Cowboys Draft 3 Future Hall Of Famers In Same YearPerhaps the best Cowboys draft moment ever came in 1964, when the team selected Mel Renfro, Bob Hayes and Roger Staubach. All three players are now in the Hall of Fame.
Tales From The Cold: Ice Bowl Still Chills 50 Years LaterThe penultimate day of 1967 was as beautiful as it gets in Green Bay in late December. Chilly, yes, but the Dallas Cowboys enjoyed the sunshine as they practiced at Lambeau Field for their New Year's Eve game against the Green Bay Packers.
The Touching Reason For Dez Bryant's Behavior After Record-Setting NightTo the uninitiated, there was every reason to believe that Dez Bryant was sulking and skulking in the Cowboys locker room Thursday night. But why? "The little boy," Bryant said.
Moment 23: The Bullet's 95-Yard TouchdownAfter winning two Olympic gold medals at the summer games in 1964, Bob Hayes joined the Dallas Cowboys as the world's fastest human. With world-class speed, Hayes earned the nickname 'The Bullet.'
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.
Alicia Landry Recalls The Importance Of HayesAlicia Landry, the widow of Hall of Fame head coach Tom Landry, talks about former NFL player Bob Hayes and his importance to the Dallas Cowboys team and her late husband.
Bailey Passes Bob Hayes On Cowboys All-Time Scoring ListThe Cowboys kicker surpassed the legendary Bob Hayes on Monday, moving into sole possession of 4th place on the Cowboys all-time scoring list.