Top 10 Candidates for the Dallas Cowboys Ring of Honor

When Dallas Cowboys Owner and GM Jerry Jones inducted Drew Pearson, Larry Allen, and Charley Haley in to the Dallas Cowboys Ring of Honor, it brought the total to 20 men (18 players plus Tom Landry and Tex Schramm) in the Ring. It also sparked questions about whether Charley Haley deserved to be in The Ring, and that controversy led some of us to start thinking about who should be the next to get inducted in to the Ring.

We decided to let you, the Dallas Cowboys faithful, determine which Cowboy player(s) most deserve to be in the Ring of Honor. We will continue providing profiles for the 10 finalists this week. If you want to read about the methodology we used to create the list of 10 finalists or the 3 players who received Honorable Mentions for almost making the Top 10, please click here.  You can also read about the first two candidates here (Daryl Johnston) and here (Jay Novacek).

Jan 18, 1976; Miami, FL, USA; FILE PHOTO; Dallas Cowboys defensive end (79) Harvey Martin and (72) Ed Jones bring down Pittsburgh Steelers running back (32) Franco Harris in Super Bowl X at the Orange Bowl. The Steelers defeated the Cowboys 21-17 to win their 2nd consecutive Super Bowl title. Mandatory Credit: Photo By Malcolm Emmons- US PRESSWIRE Copyright Malcolm Emmons

Click here to read the profile for the next candidate for the Dallas Cowboys Ring of Honor.

Topics: C. Joseph Wright, Charles Haley, Cowboys, Cowboys Ring Of Honor, Dallas, Dallas Cowboys, Drew Pearson, Ed "Too Tall" Jones, Jerry Jones

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