Jimmy Johnson found out in January that he’d be following several of his former Dallas Cowboys players to Canton.
Johnson, who coached two of the Cowboys’ three Super Bowl titles in the 1990s, was selected this year to be inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame’s centennial class.
On Sunday, Johnson revealed who will introduce him as he accepts the honor.
“@TroyAikman will present me and Terry Bradshaw will put the jacket on,” Johnson tweeted Sunday afternoon.
He was responding to a Twitter user asking about Cowboys owner Jerry Jones participating in Johnson’s induction.
Despite Johnson coaching the Cowboys to two Super Bowls, Jones has not added Johnson to the team’s Ring of Honor.
Jones addressed that absence in a sitdown with local beat writers last month at the NFL scouting combine.
“We have such a big year ahead of us with Jimmy and his celebration,” Jones said Feb. 26 in Indianapolis. “I want that to be the focus, period. If everybody says, ‘Is that…