Jimmy Johnson to be inducted into Dallas Cowboys Ring of Honor

Former Dallas Cowboys head coach Jimmy Johnson will finally be inducted into the team's prestigious Ring of Honor.

Owner Jerry Jones made the major announcement on FOX's Hall of Fame game pregame show on Thursday evening.

The two men, whose feud abruptly ended a budding dynasty in the mid 1990s, sat side-by-side on the FOX NFL set at Canton, Ohio. Cohost Terry Bradshaw asked Jones if he ever planned to add Johnson to the Ring of Honor and Jones, after some prodding, eventually revealed he would add the head coach.

Johnson wryly replied, "While I'm alive?"

Jones declined to specifically set a date for Johnson's Ring of Honor ceremony. But he said earlier this year he didn't plan on adding Johnson at a 2021 game so it wouldn't overshadow his Pro Football hall honor.

Johnson will be inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame this weekend.

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