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Who from the Dallas Cowboys is in the Pro Football Hall of Fame?

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2017-10-22 19:09:24
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As of August 5, 2017, 23 men associated with the Dallas Cowboys have been inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame in Canton, Ohio. The inductees listed in bold spent all of their careers or many significant years with the Cowboys:

  • Herb Adderley DB 1970-1972
  • Troy Aikman QB 1989-2000
  • Larry Allen OL 1994-2005
  • Lance Alworth WR 1971-1972
  • Mike Ditka TE 1969-1972
  • Tony Dorsett RB 1977-1987
  • Forrest Gregg OT 1971
  • Charles Haley DE 1992-1996
  • Bob Hayes WR 1965-1974
  • Michael Irvin WR 1988-1999
  • Jerry Jones Owner/GM 1989-present
  • Tom Landry Coach 1960-1988
  • Bob Lilly DT 1961-1974
  • Tommy McDonald WR 1964
  • Bill Parcells Coach 2003-2006
  • Mel Renfro DB 1964-1977
  • Deion Sanders DB/WR 1995-1999
  • Tex Schramm President/GM 1960-1988
  • Emmitt Smith RB 1990-2002
  • Jackie Smith TE 1978
  • Roger Staubach QB 1969-1979
  • Randy White DT 1975-1988
  • Rayfield Wright OT 1967-1979
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