Jimmy Johnson won a college football championship and two Super Bowls. But can he survive in the wilderness?
The former Dallas Cowboys coach will be a contestant on the CBS reality show "Survivor: Nicaragua" this fall, a source close to Johnson told the Dallas Morning News.
The series is being taped in San Juan del Sur, Nicaragua. Filming started at the end of June, according to local reports.
The filming schedule will leave Johnson plenty of room to return in time for the NFL season. Johnson is an analyst for the Fox NFL Sunday studio show.
Johnson, 67, will be one of the oldest contestants to ever appear on “Survivor.” He coached the Cowboys from 1989-1993 and won back-to-back Super Bowls. Johnson also coached the University of Miami, Oklahoma State and Miami Dolphins.
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