Cowboys Legend Drew Pearson Inches Closer To NFL Hall Of Fame; Named Class Of 2021 Finalist: 'I Know There Is One More Hurdle'The former wide receiver was picked by the Hall of Fame’s Senior Committee during a virtual meeting.
Living Room Sports: Cowboys Legend Drew Pearson Talks Number 88, Redskins Name Change, Career HighlightsDallas Cowboys legend Drew Pearson talks about the legacy of the number 88, the Redskins' possible name change and his career highlights in this week's Living Room Sports.
Cowboys Legend Drew Pearson Reflects 1 Week After Not Getting Call To NFL Hall: 'I've Gotten Past It'"The purest emotion is still disappointment. I'm still disappointed. I've gotten past it. Fifteen, 20 minutes later I was fine. It was just that moment and realization that you're not getting in this time," Pearson said.
'He Deserves To Be There': Cowboys Legends Share Disappointment Over Drew Pearson Hall Of Fame SnubFormer Dallas Cowboys expressed their displeasure and disappointment over Pearson not being selected for induction into the NFL Hall of Fame.
'They Broke My Heart': Cowboys Legend Drew Pearson Upset Over Not Making Hall Of Fame - After Over 30 YearsDallas Cowboys legend Drew Pearson was visibly upset after learning he was not part of the Pro Football Hall of Fame Class of 2020 during a watch party at his Plano home.
Drew Pearson Picks For Cowboys In Front Of Eagles FansLast year, the buzz after the NFL Draft was about how the Cowboys pick was announced. Cowboys legend Drew Pearson made the pick official in front of angry Eagles fans.
Pearson Says Roger Goodell "Encouraged" Cowboys Slam In PhiladelphiaDrew Pearson told 105.3 The Fan that NFL commissioner Roger Goodell encouraged him to blast the Eagles crowd.
Cowboys Legend Drew Pearson Throws Shade On Eagles Fans At Draft"How 'bout dem Cowboys? I want to thank the Eagles fans for allowing me to have a career in the NFL," Pearson shouted to Eagles fans.
Cowboys Will Re-Create Ring Of Honor At New Frisco HeadquartersThe new headquarters of the Dallas Cowboys will have a re-creation of the team's ring of honor that will include cleat prints of Roger Staubach and Drew Pearson 50 yards apart.
Moment 6: The First 'Hail Mary' PassAfter a 1975 playoff battle between the Dallas Cowboys and the Minnesota Vikings, quarterback Roger Staubach said that he closed his eyes and said a "Hail Mary" when he threw a 50-yard touchdown pass in the final seconds of the game.
Staubach & Pearson Look Back At Iconic PassDallas Cowboys Hall of Fame quarterback Roger Staubach and Ring of Honor wide receiver Drew Pearson recall one of the most memorable and iconic plays in franchise history.
The Importance Of The 'Hail Mary' PlayRoger Staubach and Drew Pearson recall the 'Hail Mary' touchdown pass that vaulted the Dallas Cowboys to a 17-14 playoff victory over the Minnesota Vikings in 1975, and they discuss the importance of the play in regards to Cowboys history.
Dorsett Recounts His 99-Yard RunTony Dorsett recalls his record-setting run against the Minnesota Vikings. The former Dallas Cowboys running back recounts how me made his final burst into the end zone, avoiding both a Vikings defender and teammate Drew Pearson.
Moment 17: White's Playoff Game RallyIn the first season after Roger Staubach's retirement, Danny White stepped in to provide some thrilling come-from-behind heroics of his own. The biggest one was against the Atlanta Falcons in the playoffs.
Danny White Shares Tom Landry's AdviceFormer Dallas Cowboys quarterback Danny White describes the come-from-behind victory that he engineered in the team's playoff win over the Atlanta Falcons in January 1981, including the advice coach Tom Landry provided.