Dwight Douglas "D.D" Lewis


College Career

Mississippi State (1964-1968)

• SEC All-Sophomore Team (’65)

• All-SEC (’66-’67)

• SEC Defensive Player of the Year (’67)

• UPI All-American (’67)

• Outstanding Athlete (’68)

• Inducted National Football Foundation Hall of Fame (2001)


Pro Career

Dallas Cowboys (1968-1981)

• Super Bowl Champions (’72, ‘78)

• Cowboys MVP three times

• Played in 27 playoff games and five Super Bowls


Did You Know?

D.D. Lewis is one of only eight NFL players who have appeared in five Super Bowls. D.D., the youngest of 14 children,was named Dwight Douglas after two great generals in World War II (Dwight Eisenhower and Douglas MacArthur).

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