Quarterback, American football player
Who is Babe Laufenberg?
Brandon Hugh 'Babe' Laufenberg is a former American football quarterback in the National Football League who played for the New Orleans Saints, San Diego Chargers, Dallas Cowboys, Washington Redskins, and the Kansas City Chiefs. He also played for the Ohio Glory in the World League of American Football. Laufenberg won a Super Bowl ring behind Joe Thiesmann in Washington as a rookie backup quarterback.
Laufenberg is also credited with giving Daryl Johnston the nickname "Moose". In the offensive meetings, Johnston towered over the other fullbacks and Laufenberg said that Johnston looked like, "A moose in a herd of deer.". Laufenberg is currently the lead sports anchor and Sports Director for KTVT television in Dallas, Texas, and also serves as a color analyst on the Dallas Cowboys Radio Network. His co-host, Brad Sham, has called him the best color analyst in the business.
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