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Dallas Cowboys Autographed Football

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This is a must have for any Cowboys Fan!

This authentic NFL football has been autographed by Dallas Cowboys Darren Woodson ( Safety) and Daryl Johnston ( Full Back).

Darren Woodson - 

After 12 years of service, Darren Woodson retired following the 2003 season as the Cowboys all-time leading tackler (1,350 career stops). Along the way, he helped Dallas win three Super Bowl championships, securing an elite position in the club's history.

Throughout his career, Woodson clearly and consistently established himself as one of the NFL's premier strong safeties. Woodson's dependability, athleticism, aggressiveness and the ability to produce in the big game put him in the elite level of performers in the NFL. In addition, his versatility at playing both the run and pass at an extremely productive level is what separated Woodson from the rest of the strong safety field. He was selected to five Pro Bowls, was named first team

All-Pro four times and played in three Super Bowls. Woodson's four All-Pro selections tied him with Mel Renfro (1965, 1967, 1969 and 1971) and Cliff Harris (1975-1978) for the most All-Pro selections by a safety in team history. He was inducted as the 21st member of The Dallas Cowboys Ring of Honor on November 1, 2015 at halftime of the Cowboys-Seahawks game.

Daryl Johnston -

As a Cowboy, Johnston played in 149 consecutive games from 1989-1997. He also became one of the greatest special teams players in franchise history.

He scored 22 career touchdowns and had more receptions than carries. His 294 receptions is the third-highest number among Cowboys running backs, totaling 2,227 yards for a 7.6 yards average, compared to 232 carries for 753 yards for a 3.2 yards average. In 1993 Johnston had 50 receptions and averaged 7.4 yards per catch.

Due mainly to Johnston's contributions, the NFL created the fullback position in the Pro Bowl.[5] Prior to this change, blocking fullbacks had little chance of beating out traditional running backs, who had better statistics. Johnston was selected to the Pro Bowl in 1993 and in 1994.

Johnston retired at the end of the 1999 season, after suffering a neck injury in 1997. He was a member of three Super Bowl winning teams

Does not include a certificate of authenticity.