ESPN.com/dallas-patriots The Dallas Cowboys are known for having some of the best players in the NFL.
In fact, the team is so good that many of them have taken on an honor health program.
The team has had a number of players take on the honor health curriculum, and it has been a huge success.
Here are five of them who are taking on honor health.
Darian Stewart, linebacker, Dallas Cowboys The Cowboys have been the first team in the league to offer honor health for their players since 2005.
That’s when they introduced a new scholarship program that pays players up to $1,500 per year to help cover medical costs.
The program has now expanded to include the entire league and now pays up to 50 percent of the players annual health costs.
Stewart has taken on the program and is now the third-highest paid linebacker in the history of the league.
Anthony Barr, defensive end, Dallas Raiders The Raiders are not just a franchise in the desert that plays in a desert, but they’re also one of the top defensive teams in the country.
That makes Barr one of just five players in league history to take on honor care, according to ESPN Stats & Info.
Barr has taken the honor care program to a whole new level and is currently the highest paid defensive end in the entire NFL.
Joe Flacco, quarterback, Baltimore Ravens In a league that is getting increasingly more competitive, it’s great to see players taking on the award of honor health because of the way it improves their health.
Flacco is one of only three quarterbacks in NFL history to be awarded honor health in his career.
Flick’s numbers are impressive for a guy who was not drafted in the first round of the 2016 draft.
David Johnson, linebacker/safety, Tampa Bay Buccaneers The Buccaneers have been one of a handful of teams to offer the honor-health program.
Johnson is the first linebacker to take the honor as well.
The Tampa Bay native has also been the top safety for the Bucs since his arrival in Tampa Bay.
Johnson’s numbers have skyrocketed this season, which is a good sign for the program.
Kevin Pierre-Louis, linebacker and safety, Washington Redskins The Redskins are one of several teams to have honorees take on honors in honor health programs.
Pierre-Loup has taken it to a new level in 2017 with the honor program, according a Sports Illustrated article.
He has taken honor care to his health and is one the highest-paid linebackers in NFL History.