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Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Michael Irvin was selected by the Dallas Cowboys with the 11th overall pick in the 1988 NFL Draft. He quickly established himself as one of the greatest offensive players in team history. "The Playmaker" was a team leader who led the Cowboys to six division titles, four consecutive NFC championship games and three Super Bowl victories. Irvin had 750 career receptions (currently tied for 18th all-time in NFL history and 10th at the time of his retirement), 11,904 career yards (currently ranks 14th all-time and was ninth all-time at retirement) and 65 career touchdowns. During a career that lasted from 1988-1999, Irvin set Dallas Cowboy career records for receptions, receiving yards, playoff receptions and playoff yards. He was voted to five consecutive Pro Bowls (1991-1995), two more than any other WR in club history and in 2005 joined the Dallas Cowboys Ring of Honor. In 2007, he joined football's elite fraternity as a member of the Pro Football Hall of Fame. Irvin is a member of the TSHOF Class of 2007. PHOTO COURTESY OF THE DALLAS COWBOYS

Michael Irvin