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Jimmy Johnson when he coached the dallas Cowboys.

Two coaches were plucked from out of the college ranks to become outstanding NFL coaches. Jimmy Johnson replaced Tom Landry as coach of t.

Thomas Wade "Tom" Landry (September 11, 1924-February 12, 2000) Sparkman-Hillcrest Cemetery, Dallas, Texas. Landry, an American football player and coach, ranked as one of the greatest and most innovative coaches in National Football League history, creating many new formations and methods. Head Coach of the Dallas Cowboys (1960–1988)

Celebrity Headstones>Thomas Wade "Tom" Landry -American football player and coach, ranked as one of the greatest and most innovative coaches in National Football League history, creating many new formations and methods. Head Coach of the Dallas Cowboys

Bob Hayes - Dallas Cowboys famous running looks on from the sideline. He helped build the dynasty as we know it today.

Bob Hayes - Dallas Cowboys famous receiver looks on from the sideline. He helped build the dynasty as we know it today.He's the reason the zone defense was employed in the N F L !

Larry White - Hall of Fame - Dallas Cowboys

My All Time Favorite Cowboy! Randy White - Hall of Fame - Dallas Cowboys

Crazy Ray, dressed in his signature cowboy duds, cheered on his beloved Dallas Cowboys for decades and was well-known for energizing the crowds with his sideline cheerleading.     When Crazy Ray died in 2007, Cowboys owner Jerry Jones spoke fondly of him saying,    "He touched thousands of lives and generations of football fans. He will remain an important part of this team's heritage and family for as long as fans go to Cowboys games and feel his spirit."

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