One of the best offensive linemen that ever played in the Dallas Cowboys, Ralph Neely, died at 78.
Neely was a crucial member of Dallas’ 1970 dynasty.
He played 13 seasons in the NFL, all of them with the Cowboys, and was a full-time starter since he arrived on the team.
Ralph Neely participated in five Super Bowls with the Cowboys. He was twice a Pro Bowl player and a three-time All-Pro.
Neely started 168 games and won two Super Bowls with Dallas.
He began his football career in the Oklahoma Sooners and played his first five NFL seasons as a right tackle.
Neely passed away less than a week after his former teammate Dan Reeves died.