Randy White Leads The Cowboys 'Dirty Dozen'The 1975 draft class for the Cowboys was famously named 'The Dirty Dozen' because 12 rookies made the squad. Randy White was the star of the class.
Fans, Former Cowboys React To Ezekiel Elliott's Suspension"Six games? I think six games is way too much," said Hall of Fame defensive tackle Randy White about running back Ezekiel Elliott's suspension that was announced on Friday.
Moment 5: White & Martin Named Co-MVPsDallas Cowboys linemen Randy White and Harvey Martin led the team's defensive charge as the 'Doomsday Defense' crushed the orange-clad Denver Broncos in the NFL title game in January 1978.
Randy White Recalls Super Bowl XIIDallas Cowboys Hall of Fame defensive tackle Randy White discusses the team's championship win over the Denver Broncos in January 1978. White and Harvey Martin were named co-MVPs of the game.
The Post-Game Funeral Wreath PrankHall of Famers Randy White and Roger Staubach recall how teammate Harvey Martin threw a funeral wreath into the Washington Redskins locker room following the Dallas Cowboys victory in the 1979 regular season finale.
Former Teammates Recall Playing With 'Hollywood'Ed "Too Tall" Jones and Randy White recall Thomas "Hollywood" Henderson's performance in the 1979 NFC Championship game between the Dallas Cowboys and the Los Angeles Rams.
Moment 37: White Celebrates As Cowboys RallyThe Dallas Cowboys spotted the New Orleans Saints a 21-point lead in 1984 before rallying to win the game in overtime. But the best part was Randy White's impromptu celebration.
White Recalls Celebration During Big Cowboys RallyThe best part of the Dallas Cowboys 21-point rally over the New Orleans Saints in 1984 was Randy White's celebration dance. Listen to what he had to say about that show of emotion.
Former Cowboys Players Recall Texas StadiumDrew Pearson, Roger Staubach, Randy White, Emmitt Smith and Michael Irvin talk about what made playing in Texas Stadium so special, and the legend behind the hole in the roof.
Moment 49: Chasing Opponents Down The FieldThe 49th greatest moment in Dallas Cowboys history isn't a single play, but a single mindset that was shared by a pair of Hall of Fame players -- Randy White and Larry Allen.
White Talks About His "Highlight Film" TackleRandy White talks about the 1984 game where he chased Philadelphia Eagles receiver Scott Fitzkee to prevent a touchdown.
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.