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Danny White
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Football Player
    (February 9, 1952- )
    Born in Mesa, Arizona
    NFL quarterback
    Spent his career with the Dallas Cowboys (1976-88)
    Played for Arizona State in college
    Threw for 155 TDs and rushed for 8 more
    1,761 completions on 2,950 attempts for 21,959 yards passing
    Winner of Super Bowl XII
    Lifetime career rating of 81.7
    Pro Bowl and All Pro selection in 1982
    All American in 1973 at Arizona State
    He spent his first year in the pros playing for the Memphis Southerns in the WFL.
    He sided with the owners during the 1982 NFL players strike.
    He lost his starting job with the Cowboys twice, in 1984 and 1987.
    He lost three straight NFC championship games.
    His first name is actually Wilford.
    He spent four years as a backup for Roger Staubach when he probably could have started for many NFL teams.
    He was a poor and disinterested broadcaster when he tried it after retirement from the NFL.
    He's one of the greatest but most underrated quarterbacks in NFL history.
    He had the misfortune of being a great quarterback whose career was sandwiched between the careers of two all-time greats, Roger Staubach and Troy Aikman.
    He never fumbled during his career. Not once.
    In addition to being a great quarterback, he punted for the Cowboys for most of his career, holding their all time record for punts (610) and single game record (11) with a career average of over 40 yards per punt.
    He may have lost three straight NFC Championship games, but only because he got the Cowboys into three straight NFC Championship games.
    He's in the state of Arizona, Arizona State, College Football, and Arena Football Halls of Fame.
    He developed into an outstanding coach in Arena Football winning almost 200 games as of 2011.
    He spent his entire NFL career with one team.

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