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Dez is on pace to reach 300 career receptions faster than any other Dallas Cowboy ever. (as of 9/16/2014).
Throughout the year, current Dallas Cowboys star wide receiver Dez Bryant does numerous charity events around his communities. He understands that life isn’t always an easy path for everyone. He has a strong passion to help the youth, underprivileged children and families in need. He resides in the southern Dallas suburb of Desoto, along with a number of other affluent African Americans.
Ron Washington is the only Texas Rangers General Manager to reach the World Series (he did it twice in back to back years and nearly won the 2nd one). Ron has been very active in the Metroplex community since being hired, and has also assisted MLB’s Urban Youth Academy Program in his native New Orleans…will donate funds for start of MLB RBI program in Fort Worth in 2014…received 2012 Apple Award by St. Philips School and Community Center in Dallas…last year was third year to participate in Communities in Schools Dallas Region Line Drive Luncheon.
Michael Irvin, NFL Hall of Fame Wide Receiver for the Dallas Cowboy championship teams of the 1990s, appeared on WFAA TV News on August 28, 2014, to discuss his epiphany at his NFL Hall of Fame induction in 2007. He and his family live in an exclusive part of Plano, TX, a north Dallas suburb.
Pictured here with his wife. Emmitt James Smith, III is a Hall of Fame NFL running back for the Dallas Cowboys during its championship run in the 1990s. Considered one of the greatest running backs in NFL history, Smith played college football for the University of Florida, where he was an All-American. A first-round pick in the 1990 NFL Draft, he played professionally for the Dallas Cowboys and Arizona Cardinals of the NFL. He resides in the cozy part of Addison, TX, a north Dallas suburb with a lot of fun things for professionals to do after work.
Deion Sanders played for a few NFL football teams, but most notably the Dallas Cowboys during their last championship ring run in 1995. He helped found Prime Prep Academy and has a solid NFL Analyst career. He resides in the prosperous far north Dallas suburb of Prosper, TX.
Three-time Super Bowl champion and five-time Pro Bowl selection, Darren Woodson, joined ESPN as an NFL analyst in 2005. He appears on NFL Live and SportsCenter, as well as other ESPN platforms throughout the year. He resides in the north Dallas suburb of Plano, TX.

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