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Troy Aikman Biography

Troy Kenneth Aikman was born on November 21, 1966, is a retired American football quarterback for the National Football League’s Dallas Cowboys. Currently he works as a TV sports commentator for the Fox network. He is also a former joint owner of the NASCAR Sprint Cup racing team, Hall of Fame Racing, along w/ fellow former Cowboys quarterback, Roger Staubach. The New York Mets proposed Aikman a contract out of high school, but instead of playing baseball he chose to pursue football & attended the University of Oklahoma under head coach Barry Switzer. In 1985, his first season as a collegiate starter, Aikman led the Sooners to wins over Minnesota, Kansas State, and #17 Texas in the Red River Shootout before hosting the Miami Hurricanes and his future head coach Jimmy Johnson.

Troy Aikman Bio

After his retirement as a NFL player, Aikman joined Fox’s NFC televises as a color reviewer for the 2001 season. A year afterwards, he was named to the network’s lead announcing crew, teaming w/ Joe Buck & (from 2002–2005) Cris Collinsworth. Aikman received an Emmy Award nomination for his TV work in 2004 and has helped broadcast two Super Bowls (XXXIX and XLII) to date. Aikman also hosts a weekly sports radio show which airs on Thursday from 7 to 8 p.m. ET on Sporting News Radio, & comes out weekly during the football season on the Dunham & Miller morning show on Dallas sports talk radio station 1310 The Ticket. He was a public spokesman for Acme Brick throughout his career. He is also the president of the Troy Aikman Foundation, a charity to profit children that has lately concentrated on building playplaces for children’s infirmaries. The Agency Sports Management & Marketing handles Aikman’s marketing activities, where Jordan Bazant is his lead agent.

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