Longtime Dallas Cowboys Executive Is Reportedly Retiring

After more than 30 years of service, a Dallas Cowboys longtime executive is retiring.

Rich Dalrymple is the Cowboys’ senior vice president for public relations and communications. He has been with the franchise for 32 years.

He was recommended by Jimmy Johnson, the former head coach. He stayed for over 30 years and became one of the most trusted employees of the franchise.

Todd Archer, ESPN’s Cowboys reporter has confirmed the news.

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“Cowboys Senior VP of public relations and communications Rich Dalrymple is retiring immediately after more than 30 years with the team. He joined the Cowboys in 1990 on the recommendation of Jimmy Johnson and has been a fixture ever since,” he reports.


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