Robert Newhouse was selected in the second round of the 1972 NFL draft by the Dallas Cowboys, the 35th overall pick. Although he had the ability to play running back, he unselfishly made the switch to fullback in order to help the team as a rookie. Newhouse was built very low to the ground and had enormous leg strength. He thrived on second effort, picking up the nicknames The House and The Human Bowling Ball. While he was on the team, the Cowboys went to three Super Bowls, winning Super Bowl XII against the Denver Broncos in 1977. His most notable career highlight and Super Bowl moment was the 29-yard touchdown pass he threw (going to his left) to Golden Richards in Super Bowl XII. Robert Newhouse has hand signed this Dallas Cowboys 8x10 Photo #44. Certificate of Authenticity from Athlon Sports Collectibles.