September 13, 2017
Let Troy Aikman’s keen insight, drive, and dedication inspire your successes! Aikman has harnessed the skills that formed the foundation of his Hall of Fame football career with the Dallas Cowboys in numerous successful business ventures since retiring from the game following the 2000 season. Aikman’s grit and determination in overcoming debilitating back pain to forge ahead and succeed off the field sets an admirable example. In his own words, “I’ve always viewed myself as an achiever. I need to achieve for myself.”
About Troy Aikman
Troy Aikman retired from the National Football League after 12 seasons as the Dallas Cowboys’ quarterback. Aikman is one of only four quarterbacks to guide his team to victory in three Super Bowls (XXVII, XXVIII and XXX).
In February 2006, Aikman was voted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame in Canton, Ohio. After leaving the playing field, Aikman joined the NFL on FOX full-time as a game analyst and has served on the network’s No. 1 NFL team since 2002. He has received three nominations for an Emmy for his broadcasting efforts and has broadcast four Super Bowls (XXXIX, XLII, XLV and XLVIII). He resides in Dallas, TX, with his two daughters, Jordan and Ally.