"First-round pick Tyron Smith declared on draft day that he plans to be a Hall of Famer, and Allen hopes to give the rookie a little assistance. Allen planned to take the Smith out to lunch Thursday and give him a little advice. That might consist of sharing some technical pointers, but Allen said he’d pretty much tell the rookie to listen to offensive line coach Hudson Houck and pick up the intensity a little bit." I know this isn't much of a news story, but I thought I'd share with my fellow fans. Larry Allen will always be the greatest lineman in the history of the Cowboys to me (If you have a different opinion, share it in the comments!) and it's great to hear that he's coming back to help the franchise. I can't help but feel good about the team when I hear about guys like Charles Haley, Leon Lett, Nate Newton, and Larry Allen coming back to Dallas to help out. Also, anybody else excited to hear Larry's HOF speech? I don't think I've ever heard the guy speak for more than a couple of seconds.