Every week, Pro Football Hall of Famer and Dial Global Sunday Night Football analyst James Lofton sits down with a fellow Hall of Famer “Legend to Legend.”
In this week’s installment, James talks with former Detroit Lions defensive back Dick LeBeau.
In a 14-year career, LeBeau recorded 62 interceptions, which ranked third all-time at the time of his retirement in 1972.
Since retiring, LeBeau has coached in the NFL and currently serves as the Pittsburgh Steelers’ defensive coordinator. 2011 marks his 39th year as a coach in the NFL.
Dick LeBeau was elected to the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 2010.
(Listen to James Lofton’s interview with fellow Hall of Famer Dick LeBeau)