Jethro Pugh played alongside Hall of Famers Bob Lilly and Randy White in a long career as a defensive tackle for the Dallas Cowboys, which may explain why he was among the most unsung Super Bowl winners in the franchise’s storied history.
Pugh, who played in the first four Super Bowls for Dallas and was part of a “Doomsday Defense” that won two of them, died Wednesday. He was 70.
Cowboys need a win for Pugh this week.
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