Daryl Johnston was drafted by the Cowboys in the second round of 1989 NFL Draft. Every time Daryl Johnston touched the ball, "Moooooooose" chants roared through the crowd, regardless of where the Cowboys were playing. In the NFL, he scored 22 career touchdowns but had more receptions in his career than carries. In 1993 Johnston had 50 receptions and averaged 7.4 yards per catch. Johnston earned a trip to the Pro Bowl in 1993 and 1994. Johnston was a member of three Super Bowl winning teams.Due mainly to Johnston, the NFL created the fullback position in the Pro Bowl. Prior to this change blocking fullbacks had little chance of beating out a regular running back who had many more carries. In 1993 Johnston became the first fullback ever selected for the Pro Bowl. Daryl Johnston was considered one of the best fullbacks of his day, while blocking for Emmitt Smith, as Smith went on to become the all-time NFL rushing leader.