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Daryl Johnston announced as Guest Speaker at The Art of Caring Dinner & Art Auction!

We are delighted to share the thrilling news that Daryl Johnston will be the distinguished guest speaker at the upcoming Art Of Caring Dinner & Art Auction for Christ’s Family Clinic, scheduled for February 29th, 2024, at the prestigious Dallas Country Club. 

Daryl Johnston is a football icon with an illustrious career.

Dallas Cowboys Legacy: An impressive 11 years with the Dallas Cowboys.

Super Bowl Triumphs: A three-time Super Bowl Champion, showcasing his excellence on the grandest stage.

Pro Bowl Honors: Recognized twice as a Pro Bowl player, underlining his exceptional skills.

Fox NFL Sportscaster: Transitioning seamlessly from the field to the commentary box.

Executive VP Football Operations UFL: A testament to his leadership beyond playing days.

This promises to be an evening filled with inspiration, art, and philanthropy, as Daryl Johnston shares his journey and insights. Join us in this unique opportunity to connect with a true sports legend and support Christ’s Family Clinic.

For those eager to be part of this memorable occasion, tickets and sponsorship details are available here. Don’t miss out on securing your spot at the Art Of Caring Dinner & Art Auction—an event that combines the love for art with the passion for making a positive impact in our community.

Read more about Daryl’s incredible career below:

Daryl “Moose” Johnston

After earning the respect and admiration of his teammates for his contribution to the Dallas offense, Daryl “Moose” Johnston received national recognition for his play in 1993, becoming the first fullback selected to the NFC Pro Bowl team.  It was not for his ability to carry the ball that Johnston earned this or All-Pro honors from Sports Illustrated, but instead for his powerful blocking and the fact he finished third on the team with 50 catches.

During his career with the Dallas Cowboys as the lead blocker, he helped guide Emmitt Smith to numerous NFL rushing titles.  In the 1995 season, Daryl posted back-to-back 100-yard seasons for the first time in his career and was instrumental once again in helping the Dallas Cowboys claim their third Super Bowl victory in four years.

An All-American and All-East pick at Syracuse in 1988, Johnston rushed for 1,830 yards and caught 46 passes during his collegiate career.  An athlete and scholar, he graduated first in his high school class of 290 students with a 4.0 GPA and received his B.A. in Economics from Syracuse.

Daryl was the recipient of the 1992 Ed Block Courage Award, given to the player who demonstrated unusual courage in dealing with injuries and was nominated by his teammates for the NFLPA’s most prestigious award, the Byron “Whizzer” White Humanitarian Award, given to the NFL Player who displays public service to team, community, and country. 

Since retiring from the Dallas Cowboys after the 1999 season, Daryl has moved into the broadcast booth as a color analyst first with CBS and now Fox Sports for NFL football games. Additionally, Johnston is the only NFL announcer on a national network who is also an executive in a sports league as he serves as VP Football Operations for the UFL.

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