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3 Dallas Cowboys That Are In The Hall of Fame

The are one of the most regarded teams in the NFL, as they have achieved success throughout their . The franchise has won the conference championship on 10 occasions and the Division Championship 23 times. However, they have often been the team for the biggest occasion, and that is evident from the five championships that the Cowboys have won during their history.

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Tony Dorsett

enjoyed a prolonged career with the Cowboys after being selected second overall in the 1977 Draft. Dorsett would immediately become an important player for the Cowboys and was named the NFL Offensive Rookie of the Season in 1977. He stayed with the Cowboys for 10 years and was named a First-Team All-Pro on one occasion in 1981.

During his time with the Cowboys, he would also win the highest accolade on one occasion, as he was part of the Super Bowl XII winning team.

After leaving the Cowboys in 1987, he played for one final season with the before retiring from the sport. Dorsett recorded 12,739 rushing yards in his career and scored 77 rushing touchdowns. He was inducted into the in 1994, which was also the same year he was inducted into the Hall of Fame.

Emmitt Smith

made a name for himself by smashing records throughout his career. He remains the only to have won the Super Bowl award, and he achieved that when winning his second of three Super Bowls with the Cowboys in 1994. His other two Super Bowl victories came at and .

Smith joined the Cowboys following the in 1990, as he was picked 17th overall in the . His career in the NFL was a success, to say the least, as he remains the all-time leading rush scorer. He was named the Most Valuable Player in the league in 1993, and was also a four-time All-Pro, as he was named to the team every season between 1992 and 1995.

Larry Allen

The Cowboys signed following the NFL Draft in 1994, as the was picked in the . Allen would stay with the Cowboys for 12 seasons and be awarded a Pro-Bowl selection on eleven occasions. He also picked up his one and only Super Bowl ring in 1996, as the Cowboys defeated the 27-17.

Allen was named in the All-Decade Team in the 90s and 00s. He left the Cowboys in 2006 to play for a season with the , before re-joining Dallas on a one-day deal to retire with the franchise. He was officially inducted into the Hall of Fame in 2013.

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