Former Philadelphia Eagles defensive line coach Dale Haupt died last week, the team announced. He was 88.
Haupt, who died on Tuesday, had a 16-year coaching career in the NFL -- including a stint from 1986-94 with the Eagles. During that time, Haupt worked with Jerome Brown, Clyde Simmons and Reggie White.
Haupt, who also coached with the Chicago Bears from 1978-86, is enshrined in the Manitowoc (Wis.) Semi-Pro Football Hall of Fame. He played college football at the University of Wyoming, where he graduated in 1954 after being a team captain, team MVP, and all-conference selection.