Daryl Johnston Biography
(American Football Fullback)
Birthday: February 10, 1966 (Aquarius)
Born In: Youngstown, New York, United States
Daryl Johnston is a former American NFL player who played as a fullback for the Dallas Cowboys throughout his professional career, spanning 11 years. He later became a broadcaster and NFL analyst, working for CBS and Fox network. In 2018, he accepted the responsibility as the general manager of the San Antonio Commanders of the Alliance of American Football. He started playing football when he was studying at Lewiston-Porter High School and was named Western New York Player of the Year in 1983. He later played college football at the University of Syracuse. For the Dallas Cowboys, he scored 22 touchdowns and had more receptions (294) than carries (232), scoring the third highest total receptions among Cowboys’ running backs. He was instrumental in the NFL creating the fullback position in the Pro Bowl. He was selected to two Pro Bowls and won three Super Bowl rings. He blocked for Emmitt Smith until a neck injury prematurely ended his career, and contributed significantly in helping Smith become the all-time NFL rushing leader. In 1998, he made a guest appearance on the 'Moonbone' episode of the PBS children's television series 'Wishbone'.