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Jason Witten played 15 seasons for the Dallas Cowboys and became the franchise’s all-time leading receiver. In fact, his 1,152 career catches place him second all-time among NFL tight ends and fourth overall.

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Mike Haynes finally got to the Super Bowl in 1983 and became a world champion. But he had to holdout, sue the NFL and sit out 11 weeks of that season to finally get his chance.

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Bill Cowher believes special teams coaches should be given head coaching consideration. Former special team wdge buster Hank Bauer recalls life in teh collision zone and whether he hit with hsi eyes wide open or slammed shut.

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Mike Haynes had to learn to tone down his aggressivemenss after he first arrived at the Pro Bowl. The problem was how to do that and still get the winner’s check of $5,000.

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NFL owners latest attempts tolimit protest and headshots seems destined to cause them more headaches.

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Mike Haynes nearly left football long before he would become a Hall of Famer after Jack Tatum’s grusome hit left Haynes’ teammate, Darryl Stingley, paralyzed for life.

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Barkley became the sixth Penn State running back selected by the NFL with a Top 10 pick but only one ever rushed for 1,000 yards in a season – Curt Warner, who became a Pro Bowl running back with the Seattle Seahawks in the 1980s.

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