The Dallas Cowboys first met Pittsburgh Steelers in 1960 and played at the Cotton Bowl, which was the Cowboys home field for 11 seasons (1960-1971). It was also the Dallas Cowboys first game in the NFL.
No. The Dallas Cowboys lost their first franchise game, to the Pittsburgh Steelers, 35-28, on September 24, 1960.
No, Schramm was the Cowboys GM for 29 years. He became the first non player, owner, or coach to be elected to the Pro Football Hall of Fame.
The Dallas Cowboys joined the National Football League as an expansion team in 1960.
Cornerback Morris Claiborne, the Dallas Cowboys' first selection in the 2012 National Football League college draft, wears No. 24.
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Dallas Cowboys in 1986.
The Dallas Cowboys' first year in the National Football League was 1960. In 2014, they will be competing in their 55th season.
The team joined the National Football League as a 1960 expansion team. The team was first known as the Dallas Steers, then the Dallas Rangers. On March 19, 1960, the organization announced that it would be called the Cowboys.
The Dallas Cowboys played their first Football Game in 1960.
Clint Murchison and Bedford Wynne started the Dallas sports football franchise. They first had an idea to name them the Dallas Steers, then the Dallas Rangers, but settled on the name Dallas Cowboys.
The first Dallas Cowboys versus Pittsburgh Steelers game was played in Dallas.
Rookie offensive tackle Tyron Smith, the Dallas Cowboys's 2011 first-round pick from the University of Southern California, turned 21 on December 12.