5 Cowboys greats who belong in the Ring of Honor

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2. Dez Bryant 

The Cowboys should designate a section in their Ring of Honor known as the 88 Club -- Drew Pearson, Michael Irvin, and now Dez Bryant. 

While most fans might give the edge to the playmaker, Bryant is the most physically talented receiver in franchise history. He was everything a QB would want in a No. 1 receiver. His size, speed, strength, and athleticism are why he would face consistent double teams. Sometimes, those weren't enough to slow him down, though.

The former Cowboy, who spent eight seasons with the club, made three Pro Bowls and was a first-team All-Pro selection in 2014. Bryant finished Cowboys career as the franchise's all-time leader in receiving touchdowns with 75. No pass-catcher in the NFL had more touchdown catches from 2010 to 2014 than Bryant's 56.

This version of number 88 would make for the most exciting Ring of Honor inductee in franchise history.