Wade Phillips and his wife Lori attended the kickoff party for One Heart Project at Cowboys Stadium in Arlington Monday night.
Hours after the nation found out the Dallas Cowboys had fired Wade Phillips as head coach, Phillips put on a suit and tie and a smile for a charity event.
Phillips and his wife Lori attended the kickoff party for One Heart Project at Cowboys Stadium in Arlington Monday night.
The One Heart Project is aimed at helping at-risk and incarcerated youth a second chance.
The event is attached to the theatrical release of the "One Heart" movie based on the real-life story of the 2008 game between Gainesville State School and Grapevine Faith.
"This game was the single greatest exhibition of sportsmanship I have ever witnesses or heard about," Wade Phillips told One Heart.
The football game with real life lessons was covered by NBC 5's Matt Barrie and Noah Bullard and won a National Edward R. Murrow award for sports reporting and a Lone Star Emmy award for feature news report.
The national marketing campaign for the "One Heart" movie will begin at the 2011 Super Bowl in Dallas, the movie will be released during the fall of 2011 according to the One Heart Project website.
More: OneHeart.com, OneHeartMovie.com