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room where Cowboys press conferences take place. To the left is a security desk, intimidating yet inviting in its glitz.In plain sight also are the five Vince Lombardi Trophies the Cowboys have earned with their five Super Bowl wins.We're told they're the real things.Atrium area of The Star (Cowboys/Jeremiah Jhass and James D. Smith)More of the standouts inside the mammoth facility.
There’s a wall of helmets representing all 32 NFL teams. Each helmet can be illuminated, so during a game week, the Cowboys’ opponent will be highlighted. If Dallas is playing Atlanta, for example, the Cowboys helmet and the Falcons helmet will the two illuminated on the wall.
There’s a state-of-the-art television studio and control center. In a separate location is an entire studio dedicated to podcast recording.There are separate walls that monumentalize the top 10 moments in Cowboys history, the Cowboys’ five Super Bowl wins and Cowboys Pro Bowlers, among other tributes. A cluster of manikins displays the evolution of the Cowboys uniform.There’s a cafeteria run by master chefs. In that cafeteria are commemorative displays of "firsts" — the Cowboys' first game, for example.
One of Tom Landry’s old hats rests in a glass case a few yards away from where Jason Garrett eats his lunch.The Cowboys’ locker room, weight room and training room, of course, are all as big and fancy as they come. Their main meeting room looks more like a deluxe movie theater.There’s a brand-new NFL draft war room, which was used for the first time this year.
Outside that room is a display case featuring the Madden 18 Coins
actual pre-draft evaluations of Troy Aikman, Emmitt Smith and Michael Irvin.And so on — around each corner is a different nugget of Cowboys glory.Cowboys by the numbers (Cowboys/Jeremiah Jhass and James D. Smith)The idea is for current players to be surrounded by and constantly reminded of the legacy they’re playing to uphold.