Purdue College and Washington Administrators football legend Dave Butz has died at 72 years of age.

The Commandants took to Twitter with an authority declaration on Friday."We're crushed over the deficiency of Washington Legend Dave Butz, a 2x Super Bowl champion and individual from

our Ring of Notoriety and 90 Biggest rundown. Sending our most profound sympathies to Dave's loved ones," the group composed.

Butz is an individual from Purdue's record-breaking group for his extraordinary university vocation from 1970-72. The protective tackle star

acquired First-Group All-America praises and was accepted into the School Football Corridor of Acclaim in 2014.

Butz was chosen by the St. Louis Cardinals with the No. 5 in general pick in the 1973 draft. After two seasons in St.

Louis, he advanced over to Washington for his 14-year profession with the Redskins.Butz helped Washington to two Super Bowl triumphs

one out of 1983 and one out of 1988. He procured All-Master praises in 1983 with a profession high 11.5 sacks.

 Through his whole NFL vocation, he just missed four complete games. He resigned with the most games

played (203) in Redskins establishment history.Our considerations are with the Butz family through this troublesome time.