Tyron Smith is considered one of the best players in the Cowboys’ history. He has been an eight-time Pro Bowl player. If everything goes as planned for Smith and the Dallas Cowboys, he will be inducted into the Hall of Fame.
Smith was regarded as one of the top offensive tackle prospects for the 2011 NFL Draft.
He was the first offensive lineman to be taken in the first round by the Dallas Cowboys since Jerry Jones acquired the organization in 1989, and the highest offensive lineman drafted in franchise history since John Niland went fifth overall in 1966.
Smith is currently in his 12th season with the Cowboys. Smith, who was only 20 years old when he entered the league, was given the starting position at right tackle on the very first day of organized team activities.
Smith was moved to the starting left tackle position to begin the 2012 season. Smith was handed a $15,000 punishment on September 12 for a horse-collar tackle that he made during the first game of the season, which was played against the New York Giants.
How Many Times Has Tyron Smith Been To The Pro Bowl
Tyron Smith, a left tackle, made his eighth Pro Bowl in 2021 despite playing in just 11 games during a 17-game season.