Brandon Carr and Roger Staubach bring the magic of Dr. Seuss to local Dallas are youth.
Gene Jones celebrates Arlington ISD art students at AT&T Stadium and caps the evening with a suprise!
The Cowboys pick up some baseball bats and team up with the Salvation Army to give back to the community.
Cover 4's Taylor Stern catches up with Byron Jones about the work he has been doing in Haiti during the offseason.
The Salvation Army and Emmitt Smith met in Arlington at the Youth Eductation Town to play with some lucky kids.
Member of the Dallas Cowboys team share the love they have received from #CowboysNation and give back.
The 2017 Whataburger Coach of the Week winners visit The Star and meet Coach Garrett.
Dak Prescott, Jason Witten, and Sean Lee team up with Albertsons to deliver some holiday surprises.
The Cowboys brought joy to those in need this holiday season by delivering gifts to local hospitals around the DFW area.
It's time to unveil this year's #DallasCowboys #MyCauseMyCleats. Great causes will be supported in the @NFL during week 13!
Lindsay Draper brings you highlights of the Cowboys' visit to the Salvation Army to serve Thanksiving meals to the local community.
Ford and AirBus bring a Ft. Hood Soldier to The Star to give him the Cowboys experience of a lifetime.
Dallas Cowboys rookies serve the community by visiting with kids and adults in need at The Gatehouse.
The Cowboys served with the Salvation Army in order to assist those in need from the devastation of Hurricane Harvey.
Jerry Jones calls Dez Bryant to donate $1 million to the Salvation Army's Hurricane Harvey relief efforts.
9-year old Ray Melgarejo got to spend time at Dallas Cowboys minicamp as part of the Make-A-Wish foundation program.
The Cowboys coach local youth athletes in their annual Cowboys U presented by Texas Lottery.
Lindsay Draper highlights the great work that Gene Jones and Arlington ISD are doing with the art at AT&T Stadium and local students.
Check out the scene at this year's Cowboys Football Academy Big Man Camp
The Whataburger 2016 Coaches of the Week winners visited The Star in Frisco. During their visit, they got to meet with Coach Garrett and visit practice.
Cowboys Ring of Honor member Darren Woodson and the DCC team up with team up with Bank of America and the Salvation Army to serve those in the community.
Bank of America partnered with the Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders and headed to the Salvation Army Christmas Assistance Center to process and distribute the Angel Tree gift bags to families in need. They were joined by former Cowboys safety Darren Woodson and team mascot Rowdy.
The Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders joined the team in spreading a little holiday cheer across area children's hospitals.
Check out the custom cleats the players will wear in Minnesota as a part of the #MyCauseMyCleats initiative
Check out the Dallas version of "Football Families," wherein Cowboys star wide receiver Dez Bryant helps out in the community with an assist from the Salvation Army.