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Dallas Cowboys


2009 Dallas Cowboys Football Preview:

America’s Team has a lot of changes in-store for the 2009 season. The Dallas Cowboys are moving into a shiny, new stadium that is sure to be one of the finest professional sports venues in the world. Jerry Jones approved a $1 billion budget for the new Cowboys Stadium, so it will have every conceivable amenity and be a sports palace for fans. On the field Dallas resembles their 2008 team with one notable exception, wide receiver Terrell Owens is no longer a Cowboy. Former Texas Longhorn Roy Williams will need to step up at receiver for Dallas, and if he does the Cowboys will be one of the favorites in the NFC. That is because the Cowboys return-quarterback Tony Romo, running back MBIII and tight end Jason Witten. On defense Dallas looks sharp; Coach Wade Philips only needs to fine-tune to get his D in top-notch form. The Cowboys will be fun to watch in 2009 and if things stack up correctly they might find themselves playing for another ring in February 2010.


Founded: 1960
Location: Irving, Texas
Stadium: Cowboys Stadium
Conference: NFC East
Rivals: Philadelphia Eagles, Washington Redskins
Owners: Jerry Jones
Mascot: Rowdy
Notable Players: Roger Staubach, Tony Dorsett, Troy Aikman and Emmitt Smith

The Dallas Cowboys are one of the legendary teams in the National Football League. The Cowboys began playing football in 1960 and have had a rich history of winning over their years in the NFL. Dallas has won dozens of NFL playoff games and five Super Bowls; their first Super Bowl win was 1971, they also won in 1977, 1992, 1993 and 1995.

Dallas plays their home games in the new Cowboys Stadium, located just outside of Dallas in Arlington, Texas. A state-of-the-art modern arena boasting a retractable roof and one of the biggest HDTV displays in the world, the new Cowboys Stadium is also one of the most expensive. The Dallas Cowboys Hall of Fame is just one of the many amenities in the new facility. Completed in summer 2009, the Cowboys played their first game there in September of the same year.

There are many famous NFL names that are linked to the Dallas Cowboys franchise. The Cowboys have had legendary coaches Tom Landry, Jimmy Johnson and Bill Parcells. The Cowboys top brass have always been names that everyone who watches football knows like Tex Schramm and Jerry Jones. The list of famous players who suited up for the Dallas Cowboys is a long one that includes many players who are legends in the NFL; Bob Hayes, Roger Staubach, Charlie Waters, Ed “Too Tall” Jones, Randy White, Tony Dorsett, Emitt Smith, Troy Aikman and Michael Irvin.

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