Bob Lilly Becomes First Draft Pick In Cowboys HistoryBob Lilly was the pick that started it all in Dallas. In 1961, the defensive tackle out of TCU became the first NFL Draft pick in team history.
Moment 13: Bob Lilly's Super SackThe Dallas Cowboys resembled real life cowboys in 1972, when they corralled Miami Dolphins quarterback Bob Griese in Super Bowl VI. And one particular sack is the defining play of Bob Lilly's career.
Lilly Recounts His 1972 Super SackHall of Fame defensive tackle Bob Lilly recounts the 29-yard sack on Miami Dolphins quarterback Bob Griese in the championship game in January 1972, a record that still stands today.
Meredith & Lilly Recount Memories Of HayesFormer teammates Don Meredith and Bob Lilly look back at their favorite memories of playing on the Dallas Cowboys with two-time Olympic gold medalist sprinter Bob Hayes.
Moment 25: Cowboys Draft Bob LillyIn 1961, the Dallas Cowboys drafted Bob Lilly out of TCU with their first draft pick in franchise history. By the time that he finished his 14-year career, Lilly was known as 'Mr. Cowboy.'
Lilly Remembers His Ring Of Honor InductionDallas Cowboys legend Bob Lilly looks back on the day in 1975 that he became the first person ever inducted into the Cowboys Ring of Honor. It was just one of many firsts for Lilly and the Cowboys franchise.
Brandt Looks Back At Decision To Draft LillyGil Brandt was the vice president of player personnel when the Dallas Cowboys made their first draft pick ever in franchise history, opting to add Bob Lilly from TCU to the new team.
Bob Lilly On Being "Next Year's Champions"Dallas Cowboys legend Bob Lilly talks about being known as "next year's champions" after a heartbreaking 16-13 loss to the Baltimore Colts in 1970.
Former Cowboys Players Join NFL LawsuitA group of former Dallas Cowboys joined with other retired NFL players to file the latest concussion-related lawsuit against the NFL.
Dallas Cowboys Legend Bob Lilly Joins RAGERAGE was broadcasting live from Cowboys Stadium for the Cowboys & Chargers joint practices and the Ring of Honor announcement...and to our delight there were several Cowboys legends surrounding the field.