Randy White – Dallas Cowboys Ring of Honor, Super Bowl MVP and Pro Football Hall of Fame, The “Manster”
Keynote Address: Randy White’s Keys to Success
Randy shares motivational and inspirational stories from his playing days with the Dallas Cowboys under the leadership of legendary Coach Tom Landry and Quarterback Roger Staubach. Randy focuses on three key elements: Empathy, Motivational Drive and Strength of Character and shares stories of teammates who exemplified these characteristics and how his life evolved over his 14 years with the Dallas Cowboys as he learned these important life lessons.
Don’t Miss Randy The “Manster” White Give the Keynote Address at the Inaugural TXConnect Membership Summit, August 18 at 8:30 a.m.
At 6-4, 265 pounds and one of the strongest (bench presses 501 pounds) and toughest (111 career sacks) defensive tackles ever to play the game, Randy White was dubbed ”Manster- part-man and part-monster” by teammate Charlie Waters. Opposing quarterbacks who unsuccessfully scrambled to avoid his reckless abandon, were quick to understand why.
During Randy’s 14 year tenure with the World Champion Dallas Cowboys, he was selected All Pro 8 times, was a Pro Bowl selection 9 times and played in 3 Super Bowls. After his outstanding performance in Super Bowl XII, he was selected as a Super Bowl MVP, a coveted honor bestowed to less than 10 defensive players in the history of the NFL.
In 1994, his first year of eligibility, Randy received the ultimate honor, selection to the Pro Football Hall of Fame. A few other pro football honors include The Ed Block Courage Award, Dallas Cowboy All-Time Team, Interior Lineman of the Year, Field Scovell Award, Defensive Lineman of the Year (2 times) and Defensive Player of the Year. At the University of Maryland, he was a Consensus All America and received both the Vince Lombardi Award and the coveted defensive version of the Heisman, The Outland Trophy.
Randy served for ten years as spokesman for Chevy Trucks. He’s had cameo appearances in the movie SQUEEZE PLAY and in Paramount’s feature film NECESSARY ROUGHNESS. For (3) years (1996, 1997, 1998) he served as a featured reporter for USA Network’s The Road To The Super Bowl. Randy also co-hosted the Pro Players Report with Anthony Munoz which aired weekly on Fox national cable. (1996-97). Randy currently co-hosts the Dallas Cowboys pre-game show with Babe Laufenberg on CBS and is host of his own TV show Talking Football with Randy White which airs on Fox Sports Southwest. A popular corporate speaker, Randy speaks on teamwork, goal setting, change, commitment and accountability.
Born in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania and raised in Wilmington, Delaware, Randy played all sports. In addition to football, he loves basketball, baseball, martial arts and weight lifting. His favorite hobbies are hunting, fishing and his newest hobby, custom knife making. Randy is involved in many community and charity activities and annually he and former teammate Bob Lilly co-host The Ronald McDonald Golf Tournament. Each summer Randy hosts his Big Man Football Camps for high school kids. This unique camp applies martial arts techniques to football.
In his spare time, one might find Randy with a plate or ribs or his favorite bbq sandwich at Randy White’s Hall of Fame Barbeque Restaurant in Frisco, Texas. Randy and wife Susan reside on a ranch nearby in Prosper.