Dan Reeves Cause of Death
Dan Reeves Cause of Death – Reeves died on January 1, 2022, at the age of 77, from Dementia complications at his Atlanta home.
Daniel Edward Reeves (January 19, 1944 – January 1, 2022) was a National Football League (NFL) running back and coach (NFL). Reeves played in nine Super Bowls in his 38 years in the NFL, the third most by a player. From 1981 to 2003, he was the head coach of the Denver Broncos and the Atlanta Falcons, respectively. He played for the Dallas Cowboys for the remainder of his eight-year career, having been signed as an undrafted free agent in 1965. In 2014, he was inducted into the Broncos Hall of Fame.
During his playing career, Reeves appeared in two Super Bowls, winning one in Super Bowl VI.
He began his coaching career as an assistant coach for the Cowboys, where he won three additional championships and was a member of the Super Bowl XII winning team. For 12 seasons as the Broncos’ head coach, Reeves guided the team to three Super Bowl trips, all of which ended in defeat: Super Bowl XXI, Super Bowl XXII, and Super Bowl XXIV. Reeves was the head coach of the Atlanta Falcons for seven seasons after four seasons as the head coach of the New York Giants.
He led the Falcons to their first Super Bowl participation, where they were defeated by his former club, the Broncos, in Super Bowl XXXIII. He was only the third coach in history to take two separate teams to the Super Bowl, a feat only four other coaches have accomplished.
Reeves is one of only ten NFL head coaches to win 200 games in his career, and among those without a championship, he has the most postseason wins (11, tied with Marv Levy) and Super Bowl appearances (four, tied with Levy and Bud Grant).
He also has a tie with Jeff Fisher for the most regular-season losses in the NFL (165), although Reeves has a higher winning percentage. Only Reeves and Marty Schottenheimer have not been inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame despite having 200 career victories.