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Hello everyone!  Thank you for your continued support of my blog.  Today I am writing about the signing habits of “America’s Team”, the Dallas Cowboys.  Without question this great NFL franchise is the most beloved or hated team depending on the individual.  Some people love them, others hate them but nobody is ambivalent!

Over the years I have had the opportunity to run into the team, owner and coaches numerous times at hotels, after games and a their training camp in Thousand Oaks.  Here is a report of my findings.

Jerry Jones – Loves to sign, never says no

Coach Jason Garrett – Very quiet but will always sign one

Tony Romo – Will usually sign one item if there aren’t too many people

Miles Austin – Super Nice guy and great signer

DeMarcus Ware – Fantastic signer will usually sign at least two

Marcus Spears – Not a great guy, doesn’t sign a lot

Bradie James – Great signer

Marion Barber – Very nice guy and great signer

All-Time Cowboys greats who are fantastic signers are Roger Staubach, Bob Lilly, Jimmy Johnson, Randy White, Troy Aikman, Mel Renfro, Lee Roy Jordan, Rayfield Wright and Ed “Too Tall” Jones.

More difficult signers are Emmitt Smith, Michael Irvin, Charles Haley, Alvin Harper and Golden Richards.

Thanks for reading and I will communicate more soon

Today’s address is:

Dallas Cowboys

Cowboys Center
1 Cowboys Parkway
Irving, TX 75063-4727

Feel free to check out by Ebay store at the link below:

Until next time – Steve


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