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1974 Dallas Cowboys
  
     Larry Cole
     Height: 6'4"
     Weight: 250
John Fitzgerald
Height: 6'5"
Weight: 250
  
      
  
 

    Larry is a consistent performer. He does things well every game and constantly gives the Cowboys an outstanding effort at all times.

  

    
Hard work, including diligence in Coboys' off-season conditioning program, put John in position to win starting center post for club. He spent two seasons of backup duty at both center and guard upon joining the Cowboys. The club's 4th round draft pick for 1970.

  
     Toni Fritsch
     Height: 5'7"
     Weight: 185
Bob Hayes
Height: 5'11"
Weight: 185
  
      
  
 

    Toni holds the Cowboys club records for field goals and for the longest field goal. He has power and accuracy and is a competitor.

  

    
Double-teamed much of the time, Bob is the key to the Cowboys' passing offense. He puts a lot of strain on defenses forcing adjustments.

  
     D. D. Lewis
     Height: 6'1"
     Weight: 225
Bob Lilly
Height: 6'5"
Weight: 260
  
      
  
 

    D. D. kept busy as captain of Cowboys' specialty teams in 1971 and 1972, then became starter at weakside linebacker last season.

  

    
Injuries curtailed Bob's consecutive game playing streak at 168 in a row. When on the field he's better than most, when healthy he's best.

  
     Craig Morton
     Height: 6'4"
     Weight: 214
Blaine Nye
Height: 6'4"
Weight: 251
  
      
  
 

    The Cowboys' backup quarterback, Craig came into the spotlight in 1972 when Roger Stauback suffered an injury. Very popular with fans.

  

    
Blaine has established himself as one of the better guards in the NFL. "He's a solid football player," says Cowboys' Head Coach Tom Landry, "He's very important to our success." Originally on offense at Stanford, he switched to defense for his junior and senior years.

  
     Jethro Pugh
     Height: 6'6"
     Weight: 260
Mel Renfro
Height: 6'0"
Weight: 190
  
      
  
 

    The Baltimore Colts double-teamed Jethro 9 times during Dallas' 21-0 victory in 1972 and Jethro came out with 4 traps and 9 unassisted tackles.

  

    
Mel is the Cowboys' all-time reception leader, their all-time kickoff return leader, and holds mark for interceptions in season.