OXNARD, Calif. -- Former safety Darren Woodson will be the next member of the Dallas Cowboys' Ring of Honor.

"I've always dreamed of this," Woodson said Tuesday from the team's training camp in Oxnard. "It's been 21 years, but it's here."

Woodson, who will be inducted at halftime of the Nov. 1 game against Seattle at AT&T Stadium, said, "I love this organization and have always loved this organization."

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Woodson, a class act throughout his career and his post-football life, played for Dallas from 1992-2003. He was a four-time All-Pro and five-time Pro Bowl pick. He played on six division championship teams and won three Super Bowls.

"When you win a championship, you're forever intertwined forever with your teammates," Woodson said. "Same with the Jones family. We're a fraternity."

And now Woodson will join an even more exclusive fraternity, with his name emblazoned inside AT&T Stadium as an all-time great Cowboy and as a Hall of Fame inductee.

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