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Tales from the Dallas Cowboys Sideline
, first published in 2003 and now newly updated, is a fascinating, fun look at the inner workings of one of the most beloved sports teams of all time. A team that is either gloriously loved or hideously hated, there is no denying the passion evoked by the Dallas Cowboys. With tales of Cowboy greats like Roger Staubach and Emmitt Smith, and stories of heart-wrenching games and epic rivalries, Tales from the Dallas Cowboys Sideline
will have fans captivated on the edge of their seats.
Players and authors Cliff Harris and Charlie Waters have never lost sight of how much fun it was to play in the NFLand#151;especially for the Dallas Cowboysand#151;and they share that fun with readers and fans in Tales from the Dallas Cowboys Sideline. From what really happened during Tony Dorsettand#8217;s touchdown run in Super Bowl XII to Coach Tom Landryand#8217;s suggestions on pregame meals, this book is a hilarious and unique collection of stories.
About the Author
is a former Dallas Cowboys safety and member of the 1972 Super Bowl winning team. Alongside his teammate and friend, Charlie Waters, Harris was part of the famous and#147;Doomsday Defense.and#8221; He retired from the Cowboys in 1979 to pursue a business career. Today he is president of Energy Transfer Group and is active in civic affairs.
Charlie Waters is a former player for the Dallas Cowboys and former staff coach for the Denver Broncos. After leaving the NFL as a player he embarked on a coaching career.
Roger Staubach is a Hall of Fame football player and former quarterback for the Dallas Cowboys. He is the executive chairman of Jones Lang LaSalle.