Dallas Cowboys History

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Page semi-protected Dallas Cowboys From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Dallas Cowboys Current season Established 1960; 55 years ago Play in AT&T Stadium Arlington, Texas Headquartered in Valley Ranch Irving, Texas Dallas Cowboys logo Logo League/conference affiliations National Football League (1960–present) Western Conference (1960) Eastern Conference (1961–1969) Capitol Division (1967–1969) National Football Conference (1970–present) NFC East (1970–present) Current uniform Cowboys uniforms12.png Team colors Navy, Silver, White Mascot Rowdy Personnel Owner(s) Jerry Jones President Jerry Jones General manager Jerry Jones Head coach Jason Garrett Team history Dallas Cowboys (1960–present) Team…show more content…
J. Trapasso, hit the 2,100 in. screen above the field. The punt deflected and was ruled in-play until Titans coach Jeff Fisher informed the officials that the punt struck the scoreboard. (Many believe Trapasso was trying to hit the suspended scoreboard, based on replays and the angle of the kick.) The scoreboard is, however, within the regulation of the NFL guidelines — hanging approximately five feet above the minimum height. No punts hit the scoreboard during the entire 2009 regular season during an actual game. Also, on August 22, 2009, the day after AJ Trapasso hit the screen, many fans touring the facility noted that half of the field was removed with large cranes re-positioning the screen. According to some fans, a tour guide explained that Jerry Jones invited a few professional soccer players to drop kick soccer balls to try to hit the screen. Once he observed them hitting it consistently he had the screen moved up another 10 feet. The first regular season home game of the 2009 season was against the New York Giants. A league record-setting 105,121 fans showed up completely to pack Cowboys Stadium for the game before which the traditional "blue star" at the 50-yard line was unveiled for the first time; however, the Cowboys lost in the final seconds, 33–31.[27] The Cowboys got their first regular season home win on September 28, 2009. They beat the Carolina Panthers 21–7 with 90,588 in attendance. The game was televised on ESPN's Monday Night Football and marked a record 42nd win for the Cowboys on MNF.[28] On July 25, 2013, the Cowboys announced that AT&T will take over the naming rights for the

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