NFL legend Troy Aikman was one of the key catalysts of the great Dallas Cowboys teams of the 90s.
NFL legend Tony Dorsett was one of football's greatest running backs and was a key contributor for the Dallas Cowboys in the late 70s and throughout the 80s.
"Bullet" Bob Hayes
Bob Hayes' world class speed is credited with changing the way the game of football is played today.
NFL legend Tom Landry, who led the team to 20-consecutive winning seasons, was the first head coach of the Dallas Cowboys.
Six-time Pro Bowl linebacker Chuck Howley was the first defensive player named Super Bowl MVP.
Tex Schramm was the Dallas Cowboys first president-general manager. His reign lasted from 1960-1989, and his Cowboys had 20 straight winning seasons under his leadership.
Bob Lilly was the Cowboys first draft choice and Hall of Fame inductee.
"Dandy" Don Meredith
Don Meredith was quarterback of the Dallas Cowboys from 1960 to 1968.
Lee Roy Jordan
In fourteen years as a Dallas Cowboy, Lee Roy Jordan competed in three Super Bowls, was named All-Pro twice, and participated in the Pro Bowl four times.
Roger Staubach was the Heisman Trophy winner as a junior at Navy in 1963, led the Dallas Cowboys to two Super Bowl titles (1972,78) and was Super Bowl MVP in 1972.
Running Back Don Perkins was the first Dallas Cowboys player to rush for more than 6,000 yards.
Mel Renfro was an outstanding defensive back for the Dallas Cowboys from 1964 to 1977, and was the Cowboys' second-round pick in the 1964 NFL draft.
Hall of Fame defensive tackle Randy White is an Outland Trophy and Lombardi Award winner from Maryland. He was the Dallas Cowboys No. 1 draft pick in 1975.