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WHAT'S NOW The three-time Super Bowl champ has proven he’s as comfortable in front of the camera as an NFL broadcaster on FOX as he was on the field for the Dallas Cowboys
WHAT'S NEXT He’s the new general manager of the San Antonio Commanders of the Alliance of American Football
“I’ve been looking at doing this for about 3 ½ years. John Dorsey, who is the general manager at Cleveland, has been a great ally. He mapped out what I needed to do to see if I really wanted to do this. There are certain things I think are important. It’s all about the chemistry and the culture. I’ve been on three Super Bowl teams, so I’ve got a good idea of how to construct that. We have a lot of things to correct; we can be much better than we were in the opener. I think we surprised and impressed some people with the quality of football we played. The team feels sustainable. To do this right, I had to move to San Antonio. My wife has been very supportive. Evan, our daughter, is in her junior year at Hockaday, and not being in the same city is the hardest thing for me. But I told her, just tell me when you need me and I’ll be there.”