Michael Irvin HOF
The Dallas Morning News reported Michael Irvin, while at a stoplight in Dallas, a passenger in another car pulled up beside him and pointed a gun towards him. It is good to have him in the news again for something else besides involving drugs or alcohol etc. Arguably Michael Irvin, aka "The Playmaker", is considered to be the Cowboys best Wide Receiver ever. He has been out of the public eye for sometime now, but perhaps Jerry Jones should bring him back into the mix.
One of the hardest working players ever to don a Dallas Cowboys uniform, no doubt Irvin would be welcomed by the fans, players, coaches et al. He would bring penultimate playing experience and respect to the organization once again. Cowboys receivers Sam Hurd, Miles Austin, Patrick Crayton, Roy Williams, and yes even Terrell Owens could benefit greatly from Irvin's tutelage.
Irvin's fiery passion for the Dallas Cowboys definitely would rub off on the receiving corp if not the entire team. Sure, Irvin did his share of politicking for Troy Aikman to thrown him the ball more like T.O. does to Tony Romo. The difference being Irvin knew the importance of his team mates Alvin Harper, Jay Novacek, and Daryl Johnston also were very talented and deserved the ball too. Michael Irvin was a good run blocker and ran great precise routes- something Terrell Owens did not do this disastrous season. Most importantly, Irvin's work ethic in practice and on game days proved his desire to be one of the best players on the field.
If Jerry Jones were to hire Michael Irvin in some capacity ( hopefully as WR coach) T.O. would have to be accountable for his actions along with the other wide receivers. I seriously doubt Irvin would permit T.O to have any tirades on the sidelines, since all "the Playmaker" would have to do to shut T.O. up would be to shove just one of his Super Bowl rings in T.O's face. A well coached receiving corp led by Michael Irvin would be one hell of an intimidating lineup for opposing defenses.