We noted today that Drew Pearson would be inducted into the Cowboys’ Ring of Honor. He’s not the only one.
The Cowboys announced today that Larry Allen and Charles Haley are also joining their Ring of Honor.
Haley played for the Cowboys from 1992 to 1996 and won three Super Bowl rings with the Cowboys. He also won two Super Bowl rings with the 49ers and is the only player in NFL history to play on the winning team in the Super Bowl five times.
Allen was the Cowboys’ second-round draft pick in 1994 and played in Dallas until 2005. He finished his career with the 49ers in 2006 and 2007. Allen made 10 Pro Bowls in his 12 years with the Cowboys, missing the Pro Bowl only in his rookie year and in 2002, when he missed 11 games with injuries.
Photo of Cowboys owner Jerry Jones with Pearson, Haley and Allen at today’s announcement comes from Troy Aikman on Twitter.