Super Bowl-Winning Coach to Appear on Next ‘Survivor’

Jul 21, 2010  •  Post A Comment

A 67-year-old Super Bowl-winning former NFL head coach will be among the contestants on CBS’s upcoming season of "Survivor: Nicaragua," reports the Dallas Morning News.

The coach is Jimmy Johnson, who led the Dallas Cowboys to back-to-back Super Bowl titles and is now a Fox NFL analyst. He also coached the Miami Dolphins and won the national college championship as head coach of the University of Miami.

Filming for the new season began in late June in San Juan del Sur. At age 67, Johnson will be one of the oldest players ever to appear on the show.

He will also be one of the more famous, as he is well known from his time on the sidelines as well as his spot in the commentator’s chair every Sunday during football season.

6 Comments

  1. Maybe Jimmy will pull a Richard Hatch and we will find out if Extenze really works!

  2. Perhaps Daniel Ortega will also bo a contestant.

  3. Perhaps Daniel Ortega will also bo a contestant.

  4. About time they brought back someone who knew how to corral and manage people.
    Ever since Rudy got voted off I’ve wanted to see another kickass take no prisoners old dude to boss around these namby pampy bubbleheads.
    What i wat to know is when i Survivor going to go a country versus country Survivor eg 4 people from 10 different countries going head to head.
    What ar they worried about? showing how weak willed the USA contestants really are?

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