Dallas Cowboys legend Tony Dorsett is starring in a new Dallas Police Association campaign that aims to thank police officers.
The Hall-of-Fame running back is one of several people—famous and non-famous—featured in a 30-second public service announcement for Assist the Officer Foundation, which aids cops and former cops in need, and the families of officers killed in the line of duty.
Dallas Police Association President Ron Pinkston said he was “incredibly grateful” to have Dorsett’s help.
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