Jack Eskridge has died. The man who is credited for making one of the most famous logos in the sports world, the Dallas Cowboys' star has passed away at the age of 89. Eskridge died Monday at a Valley Falls, Kan., hospital.
According to FOX news on Feb. 16, "Eskridge was one of coach Tom Landry's first hires in 1959, the year before the Cowboys' debut season. It was he who designed the white-bordered blue star used after the Cowboys began with a white star."
Eskridge will forever be linked in sports history by designing one of the simplest yet most widely recognized logos not just here in America, but around the world.
He also seen a lot of glory years with Cowboys under Coach Tom Landry.
He worked for the Cowboys organization from 1959 to 1973.