Former Dallas Cowboy Quarterback and Monday Night Football legend Don Meredith died Sunday at age 72 after suffering from a brain hemorrhage.
Meredith played in the NFL for nine years but is more recognized by a generation of football fans for his part in the MNF booth. Meredith’s country twang and folksy delivery set him apart from Howard Cosell and Frank Gifford and he often willingly and humorously played the ‘rube’ role to comedic perfection in the booth.
“Dandy Don”, as he was known, played collegiately for SMU before joining the Cowboys (via a trade with Chicago). Meredith (pictured to the right between Cosell and Gifford) grew up in Mount Vernon, TX meaning he never played a single home game outside of Texas in his lifetime.
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