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Jeremy Mincey wins Cowboys’ Good Guy Award

Cowboys defensive lineman Jeremy Mincey (92) won the team’s Good Guy Award as voted on by the beat writers.
Cowboys defensive lineman Jeremy Mincey (92) won the team’s Good Guy Award as voted on by the beat writers. Star-Telegram

Dallas Cowboys defensive end Jeremy Mincey earned the 2015 Pro Football Writers of America (DFW Chapter) Good Guy Award. Mincey became the first two-time winner of the team’s Good Guy Award. Mincey was lauded for having a consistent presence in the locker room this season. He held court at his locker daily.

Mincey also won the award in 2014.

Two other players – previous winner Jason Witten and Darren McFadden – received votes.

Receiver Roy Williams won the first Good Guy Award in 2009. Quarterback Jon Kitna was the recipient in 2010, defensive end Marcus Spears in 2011, Witten in 2012 and Bryant in 2013.

The award is given annually by the DFW chapter of the Pro Football Writers of America to honor a player for his consistent and outstanding cooperation with the team’s beat writers.

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