Dallas Cowboys players and coaches have worn the uniforms of the NFL for more than a century, but the Dallas Cowboys have only had their current home uniforms since 1999.
The team announced this week that the Cowboys will return to the NFL’s old uniforms, which they have worn since 2000.
The move comes after years of criticism that the uniforms are outdated, and that they lack the style, feel and feel of the original designs.
The uniforms, with their distinctive white helmets, were first introduced by the Dallas Stars in the mid-1950s.
Since 2000, the Cowboys have worn uniforms from other teams in other cities, but this year the team is returning to the Dallas uniform.
The jerseys will be the last in the franchise’s current uniform.
The Dallas Cowboys said that it will honor the Dallas uniforms for 50 years.