Joe Theismann is one of the greatest Quarterbacks to have ever played the game. Joe attended the University of Notre Dame where he received All-American honors and was the runner-up in the Heisman Trophy balloting in 1971. A 12-year NFL veteran, Joe played in 163 consecutive games and holds several Washington Redskin team records including career passing yards and completions. Joe’s success on the field led him to being named the NFL’s Most Valuable Player in 1983. Joe also led the Redskins to two consecutive Super Bowl appearances, including a Super Bowl XVII victory. Most recently, Joe has spent the last decades working for ESPN on their NFL broadcast, including spending time as a broadcaster for Monday Night Football. Currently, Joe works for the NFL Network doing their show called Playbook. Joe takes pride in giving back to the community. Joe has been heavily involved in helping the health and welfare of children. In fact, his generosity and selflessness led him to be named the NFL Man of the Year in 1982 based on his dedication to support the community.