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The Dallas Cowboys will celebrate their past Sunday, devoting halftime of their game against Seattle to the induction of 1970s star Drew Pearson, and 1990s greats Charles Haley and Larry Allen into their Ring of Honor.
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This week is the Dallas Cowboys ring of honor week where they introduce the newest members of to the Ring of Honor. The Ring of Honor began at Texas Stadium on November 23rd 1975 with the induction of Bob Lilly. Mr. Lilly was the first ever pick by the Dallas Cowboys and retired after 14 years, all as a Dallas Cowboy. He set the standard as a Cowboy and an inductee. That is who all...
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ARLINGTON, Texas - The Dallas Cowboys will celebrate their past Sunday, devoting halftime of their game against...