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After being cut by the Redskins early in his career, Nate Newton joined the Cowboys in 1986 as a reserve offensive tackle. While he didn't immediately jump into the starting lineup, Newton's versatility landed him a spot at left guard before he moved to right tackle in 1990. Newton finally settled back at left guard in 1992 and that's when the rest of the league started to take notice. Newton made five straight Pro Bowls from 1992-96 and then another trip to Hawaii in 1998, which turned out to be his final season with the Cowboys. Only Larry Allen (10) has been to more Pro Bowls with the Cowboys on the offensive line. Newton is tied with Rayfield Wright and John Niland for six.
Despite playing in the trenches, Newton was one of the more colorful players in Cowboys history. But locker room pranks and radio shows aside, Newton was also one of the best offensive linemen the club has ever had, too. each. Newton also made all of the major All-Pro teams during the 1994 and 1995 seasons. Show your appreciation for Nate Newton with collectibles, photographs and more here at the Drew Pearson's Cowboys Legends Pro Shop.