A look at the career accomplishments of ex-Broncos coach Dan Reeves, who passed away at 77

Dan Reeves handed away Saturday at the age of seventy seven. Here is a capsule glance at his amazing occupation. 

Born: January 19, 1944, in Rome, Ga.

Died: January one, 2022

Higher school: Americus (Ga.)

School: South Carolina (quarterback and also performed baseball)

Draft: Undrafted, 1965 (signed with Cowboys as a basic safety)

NFL emphasize as a participant: Catching a 50-garden landing in the “Ice Bowl” in a reduction to the Packers on New Year’s Eve 1967.

NFL stats: one,990 speeding yards, one,693 acquiring yards, 42 full TDs (one hundred games performed from 1965-72)

Coaching begin: Offensive backfield coach for the Cowboys (1975)

Head coaching resume: Broncos (1981-92), Giants (1993-ninety six), Falcons (1997-2003)

Head coaching record: one hundred ninety-one hundred sixty five-2, twenty-eleven in the playoffs (a hundred and ten-73-one with Denver)

Super Bowls: 9 — Super Bowl V (participant, Cowboys misplaced to Colts) Super Bowl VI (participant, Cowboys defeat the Dolphins) Super Bowl X (assistant, Cowboys misplaced to Steelers) Super Bowl XII (assistant, Cowboys defeat the Broncos) Super Bowl XIII (assistant, Cowboys misplaced to Steelers) Super Bowl XXI (Broncos misplaced to Giants) Super Bowl XXII (Broncos misplaced to Redskins) Super Bowl XXIV (Broncos misplaced to 49ers) Super Bowl XXXIII (Falcons misplaced to Broncos).

AP Mentor of the Year: 1993 (Giants), 1998 (Falcons)

Corridor of Fames: South Carolina Corridor of Fame, state of South Carolina Athletic Corridor of Fame, Broncos Ring of Fame