Ex-NFL Coach to be Cast Away in 'Survivor: Nicaragua'

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Survivor's got a new contestant, and he has two Superbowl rings. Jimmy Johnson, former coach of the Dallas Cowboys, will be taking on the game of Survivor and is headed for Nicaragua. Actually, he's been down in Nicaragua since late... 000_001_139_jimmyjohnson

Survivor's got a new contestant, and he has two Superbowl rings. Jimmy Johnson, former coach of the Dallas Cowboys, will be taking on the game of Survivor and is headed for Nicaragua.

Actually, he's been down in Nicaragua since late June when they began filming. The ex-NFL coach is 67-years-old, and probably one of the oldest contestants in Survivor past.

Survivor has a really short shooting schedule since the game only lasts 39 days, which I'm sure seems like a lot longer to the contestants. The former coach will be back in the States early enough to make it back to his job as an analyst on FOX's NFL pre-game show.

How well do you think he'll do on the show?

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