Charles Randy White
Charles Randy White, a Dallas Cowboys defensive lineman, was an American football player who played between 1977 and 1986. He was the second overall pick of the 1975 NFL draft. White played at defensive end for two seasons and was a Pro Bowl selection his third. He was named the Super Bowl XII Co-MVP with Harvey Martin, becoming one of only ten defensive players to win MVP honors. He was named NFC Defensive Player of the Year and made nine consecutive All-Pro teams.
White was a great defensive lineman and never missed a game in his 14-year career with Dallas Cowboys. He had played in 209 regular-season games by the time he was inducted into the Hall of Fame in 1994. White played in three Super Bowls and also had two sacks against Pittsburgh. His career stats are impressive and include 1,104 tackles, including 701 solo tackles, 111 sacks, and a total of 114 interceptions.