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Former NFL star and Dallas Cowboy Super Bowl champion Walt Garrison has passed away at the age of 79 due to an undisclosed cause.

Garrison was a fullback with the Cowboys for 8 years, running for a total of 3,886 yards.

Garrison attempted to compete in rodeos during the offseason, but received significant pushback from his coach Tom Landry at the time. (Trending: Why Is Biden Giving Amnesty to 700,000 Migrants?)

“Coach Landry pointed out that there was a clause in my contract that if I got hurt doing another sport, that my contract would be null and void,” Garrison once stated.

“And I said, ‘OK.’ I didn’t think rodeo was that dangerous.”

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