MIAMI — It's been more than 12 seasons since Joe Gibbs has coached for the Washington Redskins, but the three-time Super Bowl-winning coach was honored along some of football's greats before Super Bowl LIV.
Gibbs was honored in Miami ahead of the game as part of the NFL's 100 Anniversary All-Time Team.
Gibbs was one of ten coaches to make the list, which included Bill Belichick, Paul Brown, George Halas, Curly Lambeau, Tom Landry, Vince Lombardi, Chuck Noll, Don Shula and Bill Walsh.
The anniversary team coincided with marking the NFL's 100th year, even though this year's Super Bowl is only the league's 54th. This is because the Super Bowl started in 1967 when the American Football League and National Football League decided to play the first AFL-NFL World Championship Game.
During Gibbs's time with Washington, the 79-year-old won 154 games during his 16 seasons as head coach. His time included four Super Bowl appearances, 10 playoff appearances and five NFC Championship Game appearances.
While Gibbs may be more interested in NASCAR, where he owns his own racing team, he did help Redskins owner Dan Snyder help get current Washington head coach Ron Rivera to come to D.C., according to NBC Sports.
Gibbs was also inducted into the NASCAR Hall of Fame on Friday, making him the only person in both the NASCAR and NFL Hall of Fame.