Bill Walsh, former Philadelphia Eagles offensive line coach, dies

Bill Walsh was a part of two Notre Dame national championship teams, played for the Pittsburgh Steelers and won a Super Bowl with the Kansas City Chiefs in 1970, before finishing his NFL career as the offensive line coach for the Philadelphia Eagles. On Sunday, he died at the age of 84.

Walsh was an All-American center in college before moving on to play six years with the Steelers. He took his first professional football coaching staff job in 1960 with the Dallas Texans who later became the Chiefs and won Super Bowl IV.

Walsh coached the Eagles offensive line from 1987 to 1991 before retiring to Atlanta.

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