Dan Reeves' celebrated 30 year career in professional football resulted in a record nine Super Bowl appearances as either a player or a coach.
Reeves received his first head coaching job in 1981, when the Denver Broncos made him the youngest coach in the NFL at the age of 37. He coached the Broncos for the following 12 seasons, helping mold legendary quarterback John Elway and guiding the team to three Super Bowls.
Following his time in Denver, Reeves went on to become head coach of both the New York Giants and the Atlanta Falcons. When he piloted the Falcons to the Super Bowl in 1999, he became only the third head coach in NFL history to take two different franchises to the Super Bowl. In total, Reeves won 201 games as a head coach, ranking him 6th all-time.
Reeves first entered the coaching ranks following an eight year playing career as a running back with the Dallas Cowboys. During this span, he would help the team earn two Super Bowl appearances and ultimately win Super Bowl VI.