The Dallas Cowboys Top 10 Hired Guns of All-Time

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Mike-Renfro9. — MIKE RENFRO

How a Fort Worth boy who matriculated on the TCU campus, whose father was a quarterbacks coach for the Super Bowl VI Cowboys, and who himself was a waterboy that year, could be considered a “hired gun” is unfathomable. But you have to remember Mike Renfro began his NFL career as a Houston Oiler in 1978 and stayed there until 1983.

Dallas traded for Renfro in 1984, and he stayed with the club until after the 1987 season. He never saw a playoff win as a Cowboy, his lone chance being a 20-0 shutout at the hands of the Rams on the road in 1985. That season, Renfro had 60 catches for 955 yards and 8 touchdowns, with the later category being a team high and all three being career highs.

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  • Earl Robertson

    Awe the good old days!!! How great it was to be a fan of the Cowboys with Jimmy as Coach. Sitting on the couch watching TV and breaking news would come across it quite often! Walker been traded, Steve Walsh has been picked, Cowboys trade for Haley, cowboys trade for Everrett! Those were exciting times knowing every move that was made just made the Cowboys better! Fast forward 20 years or more and now it seems like every move Cowboys make, makes them worse!