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Dallas Cowboys/who wore #60?


Jorge L Gonzalez wrote at 2013-06-20 04:24:43
The throwback jersey with the no. 60 was made back in 1999 or 2000 and the no. 60 signifies the year the Cowboys joined the league 1960 and does not honor any player.  They made two versions, one is a cotton flannel type material and the other is 50% cotton/50% polyester.  The 50/50 has a tag with Stall & Bean Athletic Goods, Seattle, WA on the collar and bottom left front side of the jersey it has NFL Throwbacks by Ebbets Field Flannels.  The flannel is royal blue and the 50/50 is navy blue.  My Flannel was autographed by Don Perkins since he was on the team when they worn this style jersey.  Hope this helps.

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