Dallas Cowboys Football Quarterback
quar·ter·back [kwawr-ter-bak] - to lead or direct
The history of the Dallas Cowboys dates back to 1960 when the Dallas Cowboys joined the NFL as an expansion team. The Dallas Cowboys were originaly owned by Clint Murchison, Jr. and Bedford Wynne, and later sold to Jerry Jones in 1989. Texas Stadium is the home of the Dallas Cowboys and it opened in 1971. Texas Stadium currently seats 65,675. The Dallas Cowboys are a member of the National Football Conference of the National Football League and compete in the NFC East Division.