From humble beginnings Rayfield Wright "Big Cat" is one of the greatest players to ever wear a Dallas Cowboys uniform. A two-time Super Bowl champion named to the NFL's All-Decade Team of the 1970's, a six-time Pro Bowl selection, and four-time All-Pro, Rayfield was elected to the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 2006. At 6'6" 255, Rayfield anchored one of the most dominant offensive lines in Pro Football history. As the NFL's premier offensive tackle and Co-Captain, Rayfield led the way for the Cowboys throughout the 1970's to ten Division Titles and six NFC Championship Games while becoming one of only 13 players in NFL history to have played in five Super Bowls.
CELEBRATING SUPER BOWL VI VICTORY WITH COACH LANDRY
PAVING THE WAY FOR THE FIRST FIVE 1,000 RUSHERS IN DALLAS COWBOYS HISTORY
"I LOVE BLOCKING, LOVE THE CONTACT. THERE’S A LOT OF SATISFACTION IN KNOWING THAT YOU’RE MOVING YOUR MAN OUT OF THERE. BIGGEST OF ALL IS TO PUT MY MAN ON THE GROUND...”
THEY CALLED HIM "BIG CAT"
FOR HIS NIMBLE FEET AND DOMINANT ATHLETICISM