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  • Cowboys donate time, merch to Hurricane Harvey evacuees

    Dallas Cowboys players unloaded Cowboys merchandise to be distributed to Hurricane Harvey evacuees Thursday at The Salvation Army Adult Rehabilitation Center in Dallas. The team, coaches, cheerleaders and mascot came together and turned the task of unloading about $500,000 in apparel into a friendly competition.

Cowboys donate time, merch to Hurricane Harvey evacuees

Dallas Cowboys players unloaded Cowboys merchandise to be distributed to Hurricane Harvey evacuees Thursday at The Salvation Army Adult Rehabilitation Center in Dallas. The team, coaches, cheerleaders and mascot came together and turned the task of unloading about $500,000 in apparel into a friendly competition.