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The Dallas Cowboys and Sports Illustrated Join Forces to Celebrate the 50th Anniversary of ‘America’s Team’.

July 29, 2010

DALLAS, July 29 /PRNewswire/ — They are loved and hated. There is no team in the NFL that stirs as much emotion, coast to coast, as the Dallas Cowboys. In honor of their 50th anniversary, SPORTS ILLUSTRATED tells their tale in photos both rare and famous and in revealing stories culled from past pages, bringing the team’s glorious legacy to life in Sports Illustrated The Dallas Cowboys: 50 Years Of Football

The rich heritage of the Cowboys is captured in this extraordinary collection of stories by the finest sports writers in the world, including Peter King, Tim Layden and Dan Jenkins, a spectacular selection of images from the best photo archive in sports, and a mind-boggling array of stats, anecdotes and memorabilia. It is the ultimate celebration of the Dallas Cowboys.

Sports Illustrated The Dallas Cowboys: 50 Years Of Football gives fans an insider look from Sports Illustrated senior writer, Peter King, whose in depth access to “America’s Team” includes a three-city scouting trip with Jimmy Johnson to a training camp sit down interview with Tony Romo to discuss his personal life in the off-season.

From the team’s humble beginnings to emerging in to a franchise for whom winning, and winning it all, was expected. Eight Super Bowl appearances, five Super Bowl victories and the glory and the glamour that has surrounded this team. Sports Illustrated The Dallas Cowboys: 50 Years Of Football revisits the names that leap out of NFL history: Dandy Don Meredith, Bullet Bob Hayes, Ed “Too Tall” Jones, Thomas “Hollywood” Henderson, the lineage of head coaches is a Who’s Who list – Tom Landry, Jimmy Johnson, Barry Switzer, Bill Parcells and the Hall of Famers who could fill their own wing – from Bob Lilly, Mel Renfro, Roger Staubach, Tony Dorsett, Troy Aikman to Michael Irvin.

Sports Illustrated The Dallas Cowboys: 50 Years Of Football is destined to be THE book for the Dallas Cowboy’s ultimate fan.

ISBN 1-60320-114-9

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