Larry Allen finished his Dallas Cowboys career as one of the most decorated offensive players in Dallas Cowboys and NFL history. He was named to more Pro Bowls (10) than any other offensive player in Cowboys history. He earned his 11th trip in 2006 while finishing his career with the San Francisco 49ers. He was named All-Pro seven times, six-times at guard and once at tackle. With his selection to the Pro Bowl at tackle in 1998, he became just the third player in league history to be selected to the all-star game at more than one offensive line position. In 12 seasons in Dallas, he played all but one offensive line position (center). Was a key part of the 1995 Super Bowl champion team. Inducted during halftime of the Cowboys-Seahawks game on Nov. 6, 2011. Elected to the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 2013.