Jul 292014
 
Of Bulldoggers and Bowling Balls: The Fullback Legacy of the Dallas Cowboys

With the recent passing of former Cowboys great Robert Newhouse, we were reminded once again about the underrated and less celebrated nature of the fullback position. History seems to prove that this overlooked job is earmarked for the less talented, non-athletic body types. Yet any perennial 1000 yard rusher will tell you these guys are indispensable to [...]

Feb 042013
 
New NFL Hall of Famer Larry Allen is the strong, silent, destructive type

New NFL Hall of Famer Larry Allen played on one of the best offensive lines ever assembled. They were the line that cleared the way for Emmitt Smith, the NFL’s all-time leading rusher. They were the line that protected Hall of Fame quarterback Troy Aikman, giving him time to find targets like Hall of Fame [...]

Jun 142012
 
How ’bout them crazy Cowboys? The top ten most colorful characters in Dallas Cowboys history | #8 Charles Haley

The one-and-only, inimitable, troubled-but-insanely-talented Charles Haley was a member of the Dallas Cowboys for five seasons, 1992–'96. During his 13-year NFL career, Haley was a five-time Pro Bowler and was named All-Pro twice. He was also the first player in NFL history to win five Super Bowl rings. Haley was enshrined into the Cowboys Ring of [...]

Apr 032012
 
Dallas Cowboys HoF DB Mel Renfro talks about his career, his coach and his Cowboys

My heroes have always been Cowboys. I was six years old when my Uncle Darrell began drilling me on Cowboys’ names and numbers. From the beginning, one of my favorite Cowboys was  the great defensive back Mel Renfro. Imagine my excitement when I was offered the opportunity to conduct a 15-minute phone interview with this [...]

Sep 292011
 
The True Story of Dallas Cowboys' Nemesis and HoF Great Jack Youngblood: A Can't Miss Read!

BECAUSE IT WAS SUNDAY: The Legend of Jack Youngblood Authorized Biography of Hall of Fame Defensive End Includes New Interviews, Stories, Images from Inspirational Life and Legendary Career –Foreword by NFL Network Host Rich Eisen – NEW YORK, September 26, 2011 – No player defined toughness more than Pro Football Hall of Fame defensive end, [...]

Feb 072011
 

I was invited by the NFL Players Association to cover the first annual edition of the Legends Brunch on Sunday morning. I don’t mean to name-drop, but Deacon Jones, “Mean” Joe Greene (a native Texan, you know), Jack Youngblood, Ronnie Lott, Floyd Little and John Lynch were there…along with others.

Feb 052011
 
Cowboys Legend Randy White Talks Cowboys, Super Bowl, Hall of Fame...and Detergent?

(Audio of full Randy White interview at the end of this article. Give it a listen. Good stuff!) Randy White. For Cowboys fans of a certain age, the very name carries a certain mystique. He is the Manster— half man, half monster. He is, according to our own list, one of the top five players [...]

Jan 272011
 

Dallas Cowboys tight end Jason Witten (R) looks to gain a first down while Arizona Cardinals Dominique Ridgers-Cromartie (L) looks to stop him in the first quarter of the Cardinals-Cowboys game at University of Phoenix Stadium in Glendale, AZ December 25, 2010. UPI/Art Foxall For the second time in his eight-year career, Dallas Cowboys tight [...]

Feb 142010
 
Emmitt Smith: NFL Hall of Fame No-Brainer in More Ways Than One

Emmitt Smith was a no-brainer for the 2010 NFL Hall of Fame selection committee. One wonders whether his presenter had to do any more than stand and say, “Emmitt Smith: I rest my case.” Despite his Hall of Fame credentials, Emmitt Smith is still a lightening rod. Most people outside Dallas do not think of [...]

Aug 092009
 
Bob Hayes is in the Hall of Fame (And it is about Damn Time!)

He was a world famous athlete before he joined the Dallas Cowboys. Already a world record holder in the 100 meter dash and the owner of an Olympic gold medal, “Bullet” Bob Hayes was known as the the fastest man in the world. In 2009, he remains the only man to ever earn an Olympic [...]