July 23, 2014 Louisville, Ky.
Former Dallas Cowboys Running Back Robert Newhouse died Tuesday night at the age of 64. The cause is determined to be from heart disease. Dallas drafted Newhouse in 1972 and the running back spent 12 seasons went the Cowboys before retiring in 1983. Robert Newhouse rushed for over 4,000 yards during his career in Dallas, but was best known as a full back when leading the way through holes for hall of fame running back Tony Dorsett. Rest in Peace Mr. Newhouse. Here is one of his best highlights as a Cowboy in honor of his memory. How bout Dem Cowboys!