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COWBOYS TO OBEY NFL'S TWO- JERSEY RULING
Published June 2, 1995
Cowboys Owner Jerry Jones said his team will comply with the NFL's ruling that teams are limited to wearing two uniforms next season, according to the DALLAS MORNING NEWS. Jones said the team has, "for the most part, retired" the white double-star jersey they most recently wore in the NFC Championship Game last season. The Cowboys have informed the NFL they will wear their traditional white jersey and a never-before-worn blue double-star model. NFL Commun. Dir Greg Aiello: "The policy for this year is teams will wear only two uniforms. This applies to all teams, including the Cowboys" (Ed Werder, DALLAS MORNING NEWS, 5/31).