Dallas Cowboys Great Ed "Too Tall" Jones Had a Work Ethic Like No One Else

Meet Ed "Too Tall" Jones, the legendary Dallas Cowboy who overcame humble beginnings to become one of the greatest NFL players of all time. Growing up on a farm in Tennessee, Jones displayed exceptional athletic talent, excelling in multiple sports including baseball, basketball, track, and even Golden Gloves boxing. However, it was his brother-in-law who persuaded him to give football a shot, leading him to Tennessee State University and eventually paving the way for his groundbreaking NFL career. After a successful college stint, Jones made history as the first player from a historically black college to be chosen as the first overall pick in the 1974 NFL draft. He joined the Dallas Cowboys and was instrumental in their Super Bowl 12 victory. Over the years, Jones consistently proved his worth, earning three consecutive Pro Bowl selections from 1981 to 1983 and remaining one of the Cowboys' top players until his retirement in 1989. Jones attributes his success to his relentless work ethic and unwavering commitment to never missing a game at any level. Don't miss this inspiring video featuring Ed "Too Tall" Jones, as he shares his remarkable journey from a small-town farm to NFL greatness. Discover the secrets behind his success and be inspired by his dedication, perseverance, and love for the game. Join us on this unforgettable ride and learn from one of football's true legends.