The Dallas Cowboys hosted Sunday’s Denver Broncos game with a special guest at the stadium.
Before the game, President George W. Bush was joined by his wife Laura on the field to perform the coin flip. The couple were greeted with a round of applause when they were displayed on the big screen.
Todd Archer, Cowboys reporter, stated that President George W. Bush and Laura join the Cowboys captains Amari Cole, Randy Gregory, and Jeremy Sprinkle to flip the coin.
President George W. Bush and wife, Laura, join the Cowboys captains Amari Cooper, Randy Gregory and Jeremy Sprinkle for the coin flip. pic.twitter.com/780Eo7ECQM
— Todd Archer (@toddarcher) November 7, 2021
The Cowboys will be sporting a new helmet starting this week.
The Cowboys will wear a red stripe to honor the Salute to Service program. According to a Cowboys insider, it’s the first time that the team has done so in 45 years.
Cowboys reporter Todd Archer reported that the Cowboys will sport a red stripe on the helmets of their Cowboys on Sunday in the Salute to Service program. This is also part of the Medal of Honor Museum. Eight Medal of Honor recipients will attend the ceremony at halftime.
In the first quarter, Dallas and Denver are tied at 0.