Former NFL QB & Cowboys Coach Wade Wilson Dies in The Age Of 60Bleacher Report #Wilson_Was

Former NFL QB & Cowboys Coach Wade Wilson Dies in The Age Of 60Bleacher Report #Wilson_Was

February 12, 2019 0 By NewsTakers

In 1988, Wilson was named a Pro Bowler for the first and only time in his career when he threw for 2,746 yards, 15 touchdowns and nine interceptions.
After one year with the Falcons, Wilson started 14 games for the Saints in 1993 and then signed with the Cowboys in 1995.
Wilson played sparingly behind Aikman, but he did win Super Bowl XXX as Aikman’s backup.
Wilson was the Cowboys quarterbacks coach from 2000-2002, and he later served in the same role for the Bears from 2004-2006.
During his tenure, Wilson oversaw the development of a pair of Pro Bowl quarterbacks in Tony Romo and Dak Prescott.
As an NFL quarterback, Wilson went 36-33 as a starter and threw for 17,283 yards, 99 touchdowns and 102 interceptions in 125 games.
via Bleacher Report
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via Bleacher Report

“I am completely saddened by the loss of my former teammate, Wade Wilson,” Emmitt Smith, NFL career rushing leader and Wilson’s teammate in Dallas, tweeted Friday. “My thoughts, prayers and heart go to him and his family during this time.”

“I am forever grateful for his friendship,” Garrett said. “He had such a positive impact on me as a player, as a coach and as a person during our time together.”<...

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