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All Time Dallas Cowboys 47 Man Roster

Tuesday, July 12, 2011

Part of a series.  Previous post is here. Updated through the 2013 season.

QB Roger Staubach
     QB Troy Aikman
     QB Tony Romo
RB Emmitt Smith
RB Tony Dorsett
     RB Don Perkins
     RB Calvin Hill
WR Michael Irvin
WR Drew Pearson
    WR Bob Hayes
    WR Tony Hill
TE Jason Witten
    TE Billy Joe DuPree
C Tom Rafferty
G Larry Allen
G Nate Newton
T Ralph Neely
T Rayfield Wright
    OL Flozell Adams
    OL John Niland
    OL Erik Williams

DE Too Tall Jones
DT Bob Lilly
DT Randy White
DE Harvey Martin
    DL Jethro Pugh
    DL George Andrie
    DL Greg Ellis
    DL Larry Cole
OLB Chuck Howley
MLB Lee Roy Jordan
OLB DeMarcus Ware
    LB DD Lewis
    LB Bob Breunig
    LB Dave Edwards
    LB Dexter Coakley
    LB Mike Hegman
CB Mel Renfro
S Cliff Harris
S Darren Woodson
CB Cornell Green
   DB Charlie Waters
   DB Everson Walls
   DB Deion Sanders
   DB Terence Newman
PK Rafael Septien
P Mat McBriar

Some movement as a result of 2012; Romo makes the roster and Ware the starting lineup.  

5 comments

Cowboys Tickets said...

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Blog said...

This comment is a bit out of place, but do you think that Ray Guy is worthy of getting into the Hall?

Jim said...

My inclination is no - he doesn't hold up as well as you'd think when you look at the metrics, and the difference among punters just isn't that great. If he got inducted, it wouldn't break my heart, but if you gave me a vote, it would take me awhile to get to a punter.

DennisVee said...

Wow... it's pretty indicative that a team has had a great history of offensive linemen when guys like Mark Tuinei, Mark Stepnoski, Pat Donovan and Herb Scott can't even make the cut... Also, you'd think there'd be room for Michael Downs and Dennis Thurman at DB... they would probably make the list for most teams...

Jim said...

Who I am going to move into the last spot in the secondary is Newman. One of the reasons I like the exercise is seeing positions of generational strength (and weakness). Mark Tuinei was an awfully good football player.

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