Don Meredith, 1960 - 1968, played 104 games, position Quarterback, "Dandy Don Meredith was an extremely popular player while with Dallas. Meredith plated high school, college and professional football all very close to the Dallas area. He started 85 games at Quarterback for the Cowboys, completing 1170 of 2308 passes for 17,199 yards and 135 touchdowns. He also rushed for 1,216 yards on 242 carries, scoring 15 touchdowns. Meredith made the Pro Bowl in 1966,1967 and 1968.
Rayfield Wright, 1967 - 1979, played 166 games, position Right Tackle. At 6'6" and 255 pounds, Wright cut an imposing figure on the Cowboys offensive line. He made the Pro Bowl every season from 1971 - 1976. Rayfield Wright was inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 2006.
Bob Lilly, defensive tackle, 1961-1974. Inducted: 1980 - Known as "Mr. Cowboy," the two-time All-American at TCU was the first player drafted by the Cowboys and the team's first inductee into the Pro Football Hall of Fame. Lilly was named rookie of the year in 1961 and made 10 consecutive Pro Bowls, from 1964 to 1974. He anchored the famous Doomsday Defense and helped the Cowboys win Super Bowl VI. He held the franchise record with 196 consecutive games played.
Native Oregonian Mel Renfro ran track for Bill Bowerman and was an All-American in football as both a halfback and defensive back from 1961-63. Renfro, who won two Super Bowls with the Dallas Cowboys, is a member of both the Pro Football and College Football Hall of Fame.