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ESPN has now revealed its choice for the Dallas Cowboys’ best player of the last decade
The year 2020 has been one to remember, mostly for all the wrong reasons. But it’s also been a time for reflection. For NFL teams like the Dallas Cowboys, it’s a milestone year to look back and consider the accomplishments of the team and its players over the previous decade.

For fans of America’s Team, the previous decade may be best represented by its coach of the last ten years, Jason Garrett Jersey. Starting out as an interim head coach replacing Wade Phillips midway through the 2010 season, Garrett remained at the helm of the beloved franchise until just this past January.

Unfortunately, during Garrett’s long tenure in Dallas, the team saw little playoff success. The Cowboys finished the regular season with a record of 8-8 or better eight times since 2010. But earned a postseason berth only three times over the decade, winning just two playoff matchups.

Recently, attempted to tackle the question of which Cowboy would be considered the best player for the team over the past decade. And the answer longtime reporter Todd Archer gave was left tackle Tyron Smith Jersey.

“The Cowboys had not selected an offensive lineman in the first round since 1981 before taking Smith with the No. 9 overall pick in 2011. He helped change their draft thought process with his success, leading to the first-round selections of center Travis Frederick (2013) and guard Zack Martin (2014).”

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Since being selected as a top-ten pick in the 2011 NFL Draft out of USC, Smith has been on a Hall of Fame track. Still only 29-years old, he enters his 10th NFL season having been elected to the Pro Bowl seven times. Smith is also a four-time All-Pro, twice as a first-teamer.

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More importantly, Smith has been the anchor of the Cowboys’ offensive line for nearly a decade. And his success paved the way for the team to spend several valuable draft picks on future offensive lineman making it one of the top positional groups in the entire league.

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Archer also mentioned tight end Jason Witten Jersey and right guard Zack Martin Jersey as potential contenders for this crown. But both are likely hurt by time. Witten joined the Cowboys in 2003 so the previous decade represented the back half of his Hall of Fame career (which now continues with the Las Vegas Raiders). It’s the opposite case of not enough time for Martin, who was a first-round selection in 2014 and has been a Pro Bowler every year since.

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The NFL season is here. Don’t miss any of the action with our daily updates: news, notes and more throughout the Cowboys’ off-season. Presented by Sleep Number

June 9 Updates
DeMarcus Lawrence
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Height: 6-3
Weight: 265 lbs
College: Boise State
7:00 p.m. – DeMarcus Lawrence Jersey and his fellow Cowboys pass rushers, the Hot Boyz, continue to drive relief efforts for those impacted by the nation’s COVID-19 crisis.

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The @hotboyztm & all of our supporters were at it again last week! Blessed to have been able to support Medical City Denton with 200 meals & 150 masks for nurses, doctors, and other front lines workers there! We couldn’t have done it without your support! 1/2

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Cowboys fans also can visit and make a donation to GENYOUth Now, a COVID-19 emergency school nutrition fund for children who depend on the USDA’s school meal program.


May 28 Updates
CeeDee Lamb
#88 WR

Height: 6-2
Weight: 189 lbs
College: Oklahoma
11:50 a.m. – It’s been just over a month since the Cowboys drafted CeeDee Lamb and their seven-man class, and head coach Mike McCarthy likes the progress the draft picks and undrafted rookies have made in the voluntary virtual offseason program.

“I like where they are,” McCarthy said. “We had a rookie orientation two weeks after the draft and then we able to roll the rookies right into the veteran meetings and then continue with the afternoon meetings with the rookies. So at the end of last week we felt we had the rookies kind of caught up with where the veterans as far as what we’re installing.

“The afternoon meetings, which is purely the rookies, has been very beneficial. We’ve really been exercising the importance from a football perspective on scheme, communication and make sure they have a clear vision of their job responsibilities. But we’ve also spent a lot of time with our rookies as far as player engagement. We’ve had some speakers and there’s continuing education that always goes on there. We’ve been making a lot of progress there.”


May 21 Updates
CeeDee Lamb
#88 WR

Height: 6-2
Weight: 189 lbs
College: Oklahoma
4:45 p.m. – Finally, some clarification from the new No. 88.

From the time he chose the Cowboys’ iconic number, there’s been speculation about how CeeDee Lamb Jersey wound up in No. 88. The star receiver initially chose No. 10 the night the Cowboys selected him in the first round of the NFL draft.

It caused quite a stir when he instead chose No. 88 – the number won by franchise legends Drew Pearson Jersey, Michael Irvin Jersey and Dez Bryant Jersey.

In an interview Thursday with 105.3 FM The Fan in Dallas, Lamb explained his rationale for his new number.

“I had the option of picking 10 or 88, and I picked 10,” he said. “Then, kind of going more in depth with the situation, understanding the tradition and how much that number means to this organization and how much of a foundation that number holds – the great legends before me and what they’ve done with that number. It was kind of like, why not keep the tradition going? Obviously, they didn’t retire that number for a reason, so just trying to keep the legacy of 88 going in Dallas.”


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Height: 6-4
Weight: 315 lbs
College: Notre Dame
9:31 a.m. – When guard Zack Martin Jersey joined the Cowboys in 2014, Travis Frederick helped him transition to the league. The two offensive linemen became good friends and perennial Pro Bowlers.

With Frederick retiring, the Cowboys drafted another former Wisconsin center – Tyler Biadasz Jersey – in the fourth round this year. Martin is excited to work with Biadasz when the team is able to get back on the field together. Right now, NFL offseason programs are in a virtual setting due to the nation’s COVID-19 crisis.

“I’ve gotten a chance to just text him a little bit and hear him in the meetings,” Martin said via conference call. “But I’m looking forward to, whenever we do get back together, to kind of bringing him along and helping him out along the way.”

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DALLAS (CBSDFW.COM) – Former Dallas Cowboys, some who played with Drew Pearson, others who just admired his career, went on social media Wednesday to express their displeasure and disappointment with Pearson not being selected for induction into the NFL Hall of Fame.

Former Cowboys wide receiver Dez Bryant Jersey, who wore Pearson’s number 88, weighed in on Twitter saying, “What they did to Drew Pearson Jersey is not Right… Original 88… you deserve to be in the hall of fame no if and buts about it.. I’m sorry how they are doing you man…”

Cowboys legendary running back and NFL Hall of Famer Tony Dorsett Jersey was teammates with Pearson for seven seasons in the 70s into the 80s.

Dorsett said, “So disappointed that my man @88DrewPearson wasn’t selected for @ProFootballHOF. He deserves to be there. Great player, great man and great friend.”

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So disappointed that my man @88DrewPearson wasn’t selected for @ProFootballHOF. He deserves to be there. Great player, great man and great friend.

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Everson Walls Jersey, who played defensive back for the Cowboys from 1981 to 1989 tweeted, “I was one of the few people that understood Terrell Owens Jersey frustration with the Hall of Fame voting process. What he went through while waiting for his chance to get in, Drew Pearson has been going through for decades! #DrewDeservesBetter”

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I was one of the few people that understood Terrell Owens frustration with the Hall of Fame voting process. What he went through while waiting for his chance to get in, Drew Pearson has been going through for decades! #DrewDeservesBetter

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Tony Casillas Jersey, who played defensive tackle for Dallas in the mid-1990s tweeted, “While we celebrated tears of joy for Jimmy Johnson, we shed tears of pain for Drew Pearson😢😢#lifesnotfair”

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Former Cowboys quarterback and CBS 11 sports anchor Babe Laufenberg summed up the days Cowboys-related Hall of Fame news this way:

“If you can feel elated for one person, and equally as dejected for another, that is my day. Congrats to Cliff Harris Jersey for his #HOF2020 election. Disappointed for Drew Pearson. How awesome would it have been for those two teammates to go in together?”

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If you can feel elated for one person, and equally as dejected for another, that is my day. Congrats to Cliff Harris for his #HOF2020 election. Disappointed for Drew Pearson. How awesome would it have been for those two teammates to go in together?

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With Wednesday’s induction of former Dallas defensive back Cliff Harris this year, Pearson is now the only member of the NFL’s 1970s All-Decade first team who hasn’t been granted admission to Canton.

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The Jacksonville Education Foundation will once again honor “stars” from Jacksonville as the 4th annual “Evening with Our Stars” takes on a tribute to the Dallas Cowboys organization. Jacksonville proudly claims a former Dallas Cowboy, Mr. Toby Gowin, and three former Dallas Cowboy Cheerleaders, Kelli Green Carpenter, Shannon Swanson Landers, and Niki Green Gowin. These girls competed against over 1000 others from around the country before earning one of the few coveted spots on the famous squad. Kelli, Shannon, and Niki cheered on the Cowboys in the 90’s and all three performed at Super Bowl XXX in 1996 where the Dallas Cowboys beat the Steelers to become Super Bowl Champions. During the time all three girls cheered together, Jacksonville was able to brag that 12% of the Cowboys Cheerleaders hailed from our small hometown!

Toby Gowin Jersey graduated from JHS in 1993 where he was punter for the Fightn’ Indians under Coach Danny Long. His lifelong dream was to be a Dallas Cowboy, and after playing for the University of North Texas, Toby joined the Cowboy organization as punter from 1997 through 1999 and again for the 2003 season. Toby recognizes the coaching staff of JHS as equipping him with enough determination and perseverance to fulfill that dream. Mr. Gowin had an eight year long career in the NFL and now resides in Jacksonville with his wife and two children. His Cowboy jersey proudly hangs on the Jacksonville Chamber of Commerce Wall of Fame as well as on the Wall of Honor in the JHS Field House.

Kelli Green Carpenter is a 1991 graduate of JHS where she was a cheerleader and named Most Beautiful her senior year. After graduation, she attended TCU where she graduated with a degree in Advertising and Public Relations in 1995. Kelli served as a Dallas Cowboy Cheerleader from 1994 through 1996. “I never imagined that Niki and I would go from cheering at the Tomato Bowl to cheering on America’s Team, standing side by side. Being on the squad together in Super Bowl XXX was beyond my wildest dreams!”. Kelli was also selected to perform with the DCC Show Group, a group of twelve girls chosen to travel on the Cheerleaders 31st USO/DOD tour to visit American troops in South America, Bosnia, Serbia, Croatia, Italy, and Macedonia during Desert Storm. “I was blessed to have teachers at JHS that inspired me to follow my dreams and continued to do so even after graduation. JHS teachers are special and truly care about the people their students become”. She now lives in Flint with her husband, Kevin and two children, Kade and Kasen.

Shannon Swanson Landers is a 1992 JHS graduate where she was captain of the Cherokee Charmers and voted Homecoming Queen her senior year. She became a TJC Apache Belle and competed as Miss Tyler USA in the Miss Texas USA pageant before becoming a Dallas Cowboy Cheerleader. Shannon graduated from SMU in 1997 with a BBA in Business, and cheered for the Cowboys from 1994-97, and again from 2001-2003. She was a group leader for 2 years and was selected as the Pro-Bowl representative for the Cowboys for the 2003 Pro-Bowl. Shannon was also one of the two five-year veteran cheerleaders that presented Emmitt Smith Jersey the trophy when he broke the rushing record in 2002. As for her JISD memories, Shannon says, “I loved being a Cherokee Charmer, and I absolutely loved both of my drill team directors, Becky Ganong and Christie McCullough. One of my favorite classes was biology with Mrs. Gowin”. Shannon resides in Dallas with her husband, Scott and four daughters, Lauren, Lilly, Lexie and Lola.

Jacksonville High School was also home to Niki Green Gowin, who was an Indian varsity cheerleader and graduated in 1993. Niki was voted Most Beautiful during her senior year, and was named an All-American cheerleader. After high school graduation, she attended Tyler Junior College where she performed with the well-known TJC Apache Belles. She was selected for the Dallas Cowboy Squad for the 1995-96 season, and says, “I never would have dreamed that two years later I would be cheering for the Cowboys again, but this time from the stands as a player’s wife!”. Niki and Toby married in 1998 and he began an eight year adventure in the National Football League where they lived in Dallas, New Orleans, Long Island, and Atlanta. They are back in Jacksonville and have 2 children, Jaeger and Greenlee. “Looking back, the encouraging support from the teachers and staff at JHS was such a blessing. The JHS community is truly special”.

The Foundation is eagerly looking forward to this “Evening With Our Cowboy Stars” and promises a wonderful time of mingling and talking with each of our former Dallas Cowboys. This fun event also provides a wonderful chance for classmates and former teachers to visit and reminisce. The highly anticipated Influential Indian Awards will be announced during the meet & greet, and surprises are in store for those who attend. The Evening With Our Cowboy Stars will be held Thursday, August 13, 2015 from 5:30 PM to 7:00 PM at the beautiful Castle on the Lake in Jacksonville, Texas. Tickets are available at Austin Bank, the Jacksonville Chamber of Commerce, and Jacksonville ISD Central Office.

The Foundation uses the funds from this annual fundraiser by awarding well deserved scholarships to senior students bound for higher education, Classroom Grants to teachers and campuses, and recognition of outstanding district teachers & staff.