Legendary Quarterback Joe Theismann Speaks at PHA Executive Summit

Last week, ex-NFL quarterback Joe Theismann shared stories of a football life at the Physician Hospitals of America Executive Summit in Washington D.C..  Theismann was also able to talk about his post-football experiences in the business world. 

The PHA’s three-day event offered networking opportunities, panel discusssions, and other sessions pertinent to the medical executives in attendance.  Theismann gives dozens of presentations to similar groups throughout the year.

Theismann is an institution in the nation’s capital for his storied career with the Washington Redskins.  He still holds franchise records for career passing yards, completions, and attempts.

The two-time Pro Bowler took the Redskins to two Super Bowls, winning one.  He started 163 consecutive games in Washington before famously fracturing his leg on Monday Night Football in 1985. 

Theismann is also one of the greatest quarterbacks in Notre Dame history and was inducted into the College Football Hall of Fame in 2003.  He started his professional career with the CFL’s Toronto Argonauts before heading to the Redskins. 

In retirement, Theismann became a success in the broadcast booth, working on ESPN Sunday Night Football from 1988 to 2005 and also spending a year for the network on Monday Night Football.  He currently owns Theismann’s Restaurant and Bar in Alexandria, Virginia.  

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Joe Theismann on The Late, Late Show with James Corden: