Randy "Manster" White
Super Bowl MVP
Topics: Teamwork & Change
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, an honor bestowed to less than 30 players in the history of the NFL.
Randy is also involved in many community and charity activities, including Make A Wish Foundation, Children’s Cancer Foundation, Muscular Dystrophy Association, American Federation for the Blind, Special Olympics and many others. His pride and joy is his new roping arena on his farm in Prosper, Texas, where he currently resides.