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Emmitt Smith to Host Gold Jacket Club at Super Bowl LI

By Victoria Barnett


Cowboys fans, rejoice! Not only are you having one heck of a season, but it’s also been announced that Emmitt Smith will host the Gold Jacket Club at Super Bowl LI. What a time to be alive.  

We are very excited to spend part of our time in Houston with the one and only Emmitt Smith, and now you have the chance to join us. Keep reading to learn more about the Gold Jacket Club, relive Emmitt Smith’s career and see how you can get this exclusive access.

About the Hall of Fame Experiences Gold Jacket Club

Gold Jacket Club access is included in each Hall of Fame Experiences Super Bowl LI ticket package. Put simply, it is the place to be before and after Super Bowl LI. Located within walking distance of NRG Stadium, this party venue features a Texas-size gourmet food menu with three specialty bars, interactive entertainment elements, live entertainment and more.

You will also have the opportunity to meet and mingle with Pro Football Hall of Famers Dermontti Dawson, Charles Haley, Mike Haynes, Floyd Little, Tom Mack, Kevin Greene, Joe DeLamielleure, Lem Barney and Dan Hampton.

And how can we forget Emmitt Smith? Yes, Dallas Cowboys’ star Hall of Fame running back is the host of the Gold Jacket Club! If that’s not the cherry on top, then I don’t know what is. To get you in the Super Bowl spirit, let’s relive Emmitt Smith’s profound NFL career.

Emmitt Smith’s NFL Career

Emmitt Smith was selected by the Dallas Cowboys in the first round of the 1990 NFL Draft. As a rookie, he quickly demonstrated that he was going to be an integral part of the team. During his first season, he rushed for 937 yards and 11 touchdowns, earning him Offensive Rookie of the Year honors and the first of eight career Pro Bowl selections.

The following season, Smith rushed for a league-leading 1,563 yards. In a span of five years, he won four rushing titles, led the NFL in rushing touchdowns three times and added 277 pass receptions. His best year came in 1995 when he recorded career highs for rushing yards with 1,773, rushing touchdowns with 25, and receptions with 62. For 11 straight seasons, Smith hit the 1,000-yard rushing mark. He narrowly missed the mark by 25 yards in his final season with Dallas.

As you would expect, Smith had a big impact on the Cowboys’ success and helped lead them to the top of the NFL. With Smith leading the way, the Cowboys won three Super Bowls in four seasons from 1992 to 1995. During that period, Smith was a first-team All-Pro Selection each year. In 1993, he was named the NFL’s MVP and earned MVP honors after the Cowboys’ win in Super Bowl XXVIII.

Smith ended his career by playing two final seasons with the Arizona Cardinals. Named to the NFL’s All-Decade Team of the 1990s, Smith retired with a career total of 18,355 yards and an NFL record of 164 rushing touchdowns. He also finished with 515 receptions for 3,224 yards and 11 touchdowns.

Join Emmitt Smith at Super Bowl LI!

Don’t miss this exclusive opportunity to join Emmitt Smith in the Hall of Fame Experiences Gold Jacket Club. With an Official HOF Experiences Ticket Package, you will get tickets to the game plus access to this first-class party.

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