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The Star in Frisco: Where the Dallas Cowboys live, work and practice
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The celebration was somewhat muted, as if the Cowboys had simply survived their season and that title game. Nevertheless, the franchise won its fifth Super Bowl and became the first team to win three titles in four years. Defensive end Charles Haley became the only player in Super Bowl history to earn five rings, three with the Cowboys and two with the 49ers. I was just thinking about what am I going to do in this off season? How far away from this team am I going to be? Because I needed to get away as far as I possibly could for a short period of time.
For the next two decades, the Cowboys went without another Super Bowl title and failed even to reach the NFC title game. Thus also began a carousel of head coaches. The Cowboys had employed only three head coaches over their first thirty-eight seasons—Landry twenty-nine , Johnson five , and Switzer four.
But Switzer lost the team during the 6—10 season of ; the Cowboys lost their final five games, and Switzer lost his job. Beginning with the season, the Cowboys went through five head coaches over the next eighteen seasons: Chan Gailey went 10—6 and 8—8 during his two seasons, but 0—2 in the playoffs; longtime defensive assistant Dave Campo went 5—11 in three consecutive seasons as head coach during turbulent salary cap times; and Pro Football Hall of Fame coach Bill Parcells, winner of two Lombardi Trophies with the New York Giants, returned the franchise to respectability and went 10—6, 6—10, 9—7 and 9—7 in his four years but also 0—2 in the playoffs and lost a heartbreaker in the final minute at Seattle, 21—20, in During that span of constant change, the Cowboys lost Michael Irvin to a career-ending neck injury in Then Troy Aikman was released and subsequently retired following the season.
Romo guided the Cowboys into the playoffs three of the next four seasons , , and but emerged with just one playoff victory. That playoff victory occurred during the watch of Coach Wade Phillips, who took over after Parcells walked away following the season. Phillips went 13—3 and then 9—7 in , the final of thirty-eight seasons played in Texas Stadium. The club went 11—5 that year and won its first playoff game since the season.
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But the momentum was short-lived under Phillips, who went just 1—2 during the playoffs his first three seasons. The Cowboys, proceeding to turn over an aging roster, went 8—8 in each of the next three seasons. Each time a loss in the final game of the season cost the club the NFC East title and a playoff appearance.
The team finished the regular season with a record of 12—4 and won the NFC East for the twenty-second time. This was just their fourth division title since the final of five straight in , and they won just their third playoff game since winning Super Bowl XXX. The Cowboys quite possibly were a video-replay reversal of a Bryant reception at the Green Bay two-yard line away from moving on to their first NFC title game in twenty years. That long-ago Cowboys dynasty that seemed to be rising again, was derailed in when Romo twice suffered fractures to his left collarbone.
He only was able to play in four games and finished just two. A new era in Cowboys history was to begin in late summer when the doors at the venerable Valley Ranch practice facility were expected to close after thirty-one seasons — The Cowboys were on the move again, heading to The Star in Frisco, their new home in the northern suburb of Dallas that would house the Cowboys franchise headquarters, along with two outdoor practice fields, a 12,seat indoor arena to be shared with the Frisco ISD, and plenty of parking to possibly stage parts of training camp at home.
Facilities would also include an entertainment complex complete with a high-rise hotel, fitness club, retail space, and several dining establishments. The Cowboys over the years also have established their very own hall of fame, widely-known as the Ring of Honor. The Ring has twenty-one members, including the most recent inductee, safety Darren Woodson, who received the honor during the season. Included in the Ring are fourteen of the hall of fame members excluding Sanders , along with Woodson, safety Cliff Harris , linebacker Chuck Howley , linebacker Lee Roy Jordan , quarterback Don Meredith , wide receiver Drew Pearson and fullback Don Perkins As of the beginning of the season, the Cowboys had an overall record of ——6.
They have had only three owners—Clint Murchison, Jr. Garden City, New York: Doubleday, Donald E.
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