Ring of Honor

Don Perkins Don Perkins

Running Back, 1961-68. Don Perkins was the first Cowboys player to rush for more than 6,000 yards. A six-time Pro Bowl selection, Perkins finished among the top ten NFL rushers in each of his eight seasons. He was named NFL Rookie of the Year in 1961 and All-Pro in 1962. Perkins was signed before Dallas was granted its NFL franchise. A three-time All-Skyline pick at New Mexico, he was inducted into the Ring of Honor in 1976.

Ring of Honor

Roger Staubach Roger Staubach

Quarterback, 1969-79. Roger Staubach led the Cowboys to six NFC Championship Games, four Super Bowls and two Super Bowl titles. A great clutch performer, Staubach led Dallas to comeback victories 23 times, 14 in the last two minutes or overtime. A five-time Pro Bowler, he was drafted by Dallas in 1964 after winning the Heisman Trophy and Maxwell Award at the Naval Academy. Inducted into the Ring of Honor in 1983, Roger was also elected to the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 1985.

Ring of Honor

Don Meredith Don Meredith

Quarterback, 1960-68. Don Meredith led the Cowboys to their first winning season and their first NFL Championship Game in 1966. Signed by Clint Murchison, Jr. before Dallas was granted its NFL franchise, "Dandy Don" played in two Pro Bowls and was named NFL Player of the Year in 1966. A two-time All-America at SMU, Don's name was added to the Cowboys' Ring of Honor in 1976.

Ring of Honor

Tony Dorsett Tony Dorsett

Running Back, 1977-87. Tony Dorsett finished his career as the second leading rusher in NFL history and played in five NFC Championship Games, two Super Bowls and fou Bowls. After guiding the University of Pittsburgh to the 1976 national title and claiming the Heisman Trophy, Dorsett captured rookie of the year honors in 1977. He also holds the NFL record with a 99-yard touchdown run. Inducted into the ring of Honor in 1994, Tony was also elected to the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 1994.



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