Charlie Waters is a former Dallas Cowboys Strong Safety. He played for the Cowboys from 1970 to 1981. During his time with the Boys, he went to five Super Bowls and won two of them. He possessed a broad spectrum of athletic ability, with a combination of speed, strength, and good hands that made him a powerhouse in nearly any position – and how. Coach Landry was no stranger to his versatility; arguably it was his greatest asset on the field. But it wasn’t the only thing that made him a Dallas Cowboy. What was it that had Charlie predicting plays before they ever happened? Why did Tom Landry seem to like him so much? And how’d he play the entire 1973 season with a broken left arm? That’s this week on Episode 9 of A Cowboy Life.
Guests featured on today’s episode include:
Cliff Harris, Former Dallas Cowboy Free Safety #43