I was reading the Cowboys website and the charity basketball game played by Pearson, Hill, Renfro, Too Tall, and others. I'm not sure if it's Jimmy Johnson's fault because it seems like somewhere in the 1980's, the closeness between teammates in pro football started to fall apart, but after reading about the charity, I realize how often I read about ex-Landry Cowboys getting together for something but I seldom hear about the Jimmy Johnson Cowboys getting together again. I think the closest I ever saw was Emmitt's record breaking days and the Triplets Ring of Honor induction. It always seems to be about winning and accolades, which ain't bad, but I never hear much about big charity functions, team reunions, or even that many business partnerships between the Johnson Cowboys. Roger Staubach and other Cowboys legends seem closer to the Triplets than some of the other teammates. Is this just a consequence of the way pro football is run now? Will we never again see a Cliff Harris and Charlie Waters situation where they are best friends on the field and in business after football, or funerals like Tom Landry's ceremony where the attendance looked like an all-time Cowboys roster? Do you think the Parcells Cowboys will be any better? It's sad how players move from one team to the next every few years now and never form the same bonds they did in the glory days.