Joe Buck has something to be excited about. The 44-year-old Fox sports broadcaster known for his even-keeled demeanor behind the microphone tied the knot this past weekend with former NFL cheerleader Michelle Beisner, TMZreports.
Jimmy Johnson -- the most famous person to ever play Survivor and Season 21's oldest contestant -- was seen as a threat by the men and voted off in just the third episode. The 67-year-old Super Bowl-winning coach champ talked with TVGuide.com about his biggest mistake, the "off the wall" younger team and why colleague Terry Bradshaw would make a great...
From the day Jimmy Johnson was announced as one of the castaways on Survivor: Nicaragua, the longtime football coach and sports commentator was seen as a target for early elimination. After all, how could the 19 others competing for $1 million not vote him off?
"I told the rest of the tribemates, 'Listen, no jury is going to award me a million bucks. My goal is for one of you to win a million bucks. I'm here for the adventure,'" Johnson told reporters on a conference call Thursday.
"I don't know that they really trusted me on that part. They said, 'We know what kind of a...
Jimmy Johnson may have two Super Bowl championships under his belt and a dream gig as a Fox NFL Sunday commentator, but the former Dallas Cowboys coach is looking to add a very different title to his resume: Survivor winner.
After almost appearing on the show three years ago, the 67-year-old finally gets to battle on the sands of Nicaragua. How Johnson stands up to Survivor legends such as "Boston Rob" Mariano and Parvati Shallow remains to be seen, but he is already the most...
Former NFL coach and FOX NFL Sunday analyst Jimmy Johnson may be making his way from the studio to the jungle as a cast member of Survivor: Nicaragua, according to ESPN.
Johnson, 67, is no stranger to competition...