The Dallas Cowboys say The Star, the team's new headquarters in Frisco, is on track for completion in time for its opening in August.
"This time next year we'll be drafting right here at The Star," Cowboys owner and General Manager Jerry Jones said in a Wednesday news conference.
The new Cowboys practice facility will have an interactive Ring of Honor Walk, recognizing every player in the Ring of Honor.
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The 21 monuments will represent the 21 members of the Ring of Honor, with No. 12 Roger Staubach and No. 88 Drew Pearson placed 50 yards apart in honor of the legendary Hail Mary Pass.
Staubach and Pearson were on hand for the announcement.
"I had a chance to tour the facility with Stephen a few weeks ago, and it's magnificent," said Staubach.
Pearson thanked the Jones family for honoring Cowboys legends of the past with the new Ring of Honor.
"To have that extended here to the Star in Frisco is amazing," said Pearson. "No one in the NFL is doing it like the Dallas Cowboys, right? We set the standard, we did it back in the day, and the best thing about it is we're continuing to set the standard."
Pearson said his grandson, who attends Frisco Lone Star High School will play at the same facility.
The pair, wearing cleats with their suits, planted their feet in concrete on Wednesday.
Afterward, Staubach and Pearson went outside to throw the first-ever pass at The Star. The pair tossed a football back and forth for a few minutes for reporters.
The Cowboys also announced the restaurant partners coming to The Star including Dee Lincoln Prime, Mi Cocina, Liberty Burger, Toll House Cafe, and two restaurants that have never had locations in Texas -- City Works and Tupelo Honey Cafe.
The six-story, 400,000-square-foot building that sits on the complex's 91-acre complex off Warren Parkway has a $300 million price tag.
The Cowboys headquarters boasts three football fields and a six-story global headquarters.
The Ford Center at The Star seats 12,000 people.
The indoor practice field will open to eight Frisco Independent School District high school football teams for a tournament the weekend of Aug. 26, 2016.