SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT — Newest book by Dave Lieber: Dandy Don Meredith — The First Dallas Cowboy

SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT — Newest book by Dave Lieber: Dandy Don Meredith — The First Dallas Cowboy

In early 1960, there were no major league sports teams in Dallas-Fort Worth. No Texas Rangers. No Dallas Mavericks. No Dallas Stars. And perhaps most importantly, no Dallas Cowboys.

It is difficult to imagine the region without big-time sports, especially since the Cowboys today are valued at close to $9 billion, named the top sports franchise on the planet and world famous.

When in 1960 rookie quarterback Don Meredith walked into the Cotton Bowl as a member of the new team he had no idea that he would lay the groundwork to create what has become the most prestigious job in all of sports. Quarterback of the Dallas Cowboys.

While most star Cowboys wrote their memoirs, Meredith, who played for nine years, never told his life story.

That left an opening for author Dave Lieber to write the first full-length biography – Dandy Don Meredith – The First Dallas Cowboy.