FRISCO (CBS News Texas) – Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones has announced that former head coach Jimmy Johnson will be enshrined into the Ring of Honor.
The Ring of Honor induction will be on Saturday, Dec. 30 at AT&T Stadium. The Cowboys play the Detroit Lions that night.
Johnson was the first Cowboys head coach under Jones’ ownership in 1989 and was inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame on Aug. 7, 2021.
— Mayor Eric L. Johnson (@Johnson4Dallas) November 19, 2023
In his five seasons as the Cowboys head coach, Johnson guided the team to two Super Bowl championships. In 1992, he finished the season with a franchise-record 13 wins.
Johnson has a 44-36 regular season record and a 7-1 postseason record with the Cowboys. He has coached 10 Pro Bowlers who earned a combined 22 Pro Bowls in his five seasons as head coach.
Focus On Sport / Getty Images
Five of Johnson’s players have made it to the Pro Football Hall of Fame after their careers: Troy Aikman, Larry Allen, Charles Haley, Michael Irvin and Emmitt Smith.
It’s about time 😊
Jerry Jones just announced that Jimmy Johnson will be enshrined in The Dallas Cowboys Ring Of Honor 👏 #Cowboys
— Andy Adler (@Andy_Adler) November 19, 2023