Author and former coach and player, Tony Dungy is the author of the New York Times bestselling Quiet Strength and Uncommon. Tony led the Indianapolis Colts to a 2007 Super Bowl victory and it was the first Super Bowl win for an African American coach. He also led his teams to the playoffs for 10 consecutive years.
Before joining the Colts Tony was one of the most successful head coaches in Tampa Bay Buccaneers history, held assistant coaching positions with the University of Minnesota, Pittsburgh Steelers, Minnesota Vikings and Kansas City Chiefs. Prior to becoming a coach, he played three years in the NFL. After his retirement as head coach of the Colts, NBC Sports hired Tony as a studio color analyst on the Sunday Night Football pre-game show.
In 2011, Tony and his wife released a children’s book called You Can Be a Friend, which teaches children what it means to be a good friend. The book debuted at number seven and stayed on the top ten for one week on the children’s picture books section of the New York Times bestseller list. Tony Dungy is an advocate for charitable organization including the Fellowship of Christian Athletes, Athletes in Action, Mentors for Life, Big Brothers Big Sisters, Boys & Girls Clubs, the Prison Crusade Ministry, and All Pro Dad. In 2008 he retired from coaching and is currently an analyst for NBC’s Football Night in America.
APPEARANCES: America’s Game, ESPN First Take, Football Night in America, Late Show with David Letterman, NBC Sports Talk, Pardon the Interruption, SportsCentury, The Dan Patrick Show, Early Show, Today Show
BOOKS: Quiet Strength, The One Year Uncommon Life Daily Challenge, Dare To Be Uncommon, The Mentor Leader, Uncommon
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