Jerry Jones purchased the Dallas Cowboys in 1989 and quickly restored "America's Team" back to national prominence. Jones became the first owner in NFL history to guide his team to three Super Bowl victories in his first seven years of ownership. In 1995, Dallas became the first NFL team to win three Super Bowls (1992, 1993 & 1995) in four seasons. The club also tied the NFL record with five Super Bowl victories. Since Jones took over as Dallas' President and General Manager, the Cowboys have drafted 20 different players who have appeared in 68 Pro Bowls and signed seven free agents who have made 16 Pro Bowls. Jones currently serves on the NFL's Management Council Executive Committee, Broadcast Committee, Business Ventures Committee, Special Committee on League Economics and the Los Angeles Stadium Working Group. In 1992 he became the first owner since Paul Brown to be appointed to the NFL's Competition Committee. Jones' impact on Texas sports history will continue to grow with the 2009 completion of the Cowboy's $1 billion stadium in Arlington, Texas. The new stadium's combination of technology and architectural design will make it the premiere sporting venue in the world. Jones was inducted as a member of the Texas Sports Hall of Fame's Class of 2006.