Troy Aikman, quarterback for the Cowboys between 1989 and 2000, led the Cowboys wins in Super Bowl XXVII, XXVIII, and XXX This is a complete list of American football players who have played for the Dallas Cowboys of the National Football League (NFL).
Dallas Cowboys All-Time Roster. The following is the Dallas Cowboys all-time roster, browsable by last name or position. Included are players that played for the Dallas Cowboys (NFL) from 1960-2019. Current team members are listed in bold.
Only one player, Reggie White, has had their number retired by two teams. Three teams – the Oakland Raiders, the Atlanta Falcons, and the Dallas Cowboys – traditionally do not retire jersey numbers, and two others – the Washington Redskins and the Pittsburgh Steelers – only do so in extremely rare circumstances.
Though both players are off to tremendous starts, they are still a long way off from cracking our list of the Top 10 Dallas Cowboys of all time. More October 18, 2016
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At the same time, a baseball team operated in Dallas under that name, but was scheduled to fold before the 1960 football season. However, when the baseball team decided to play one more season, Clint Murchison Jr. and Bedford Wynne, owners of the new NFL team, selected the name of Cowboys to avoid confusion.
YOUR TEAM, YOUR HISTORY. The Dallas Cowboys joined the NFL in 1960 and by 1966 had established themselves as one of the league's dynasty teams. Beginning that season, with Hall of Famer Tom Landry leading the way, the Cowboys posted 20 consecutive winning seasons.
The former Iowa State star edged out former teammate Kadeem Edwards for the post, Campos having the ability to play tackle, should the Cowboys seek to use him on the heels of an injury to someone.
The Dallas Cowboys have been fortunate to have a few players glorify the No. 22 during their time with the team, and wide receiver "Bullet" Bob Hayes was the first to do so.