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After a Few Drinks, Dallas Cowboys and Playboy Bunnies Can Get Along Famously

After surviving last weekend's Terror on the Tarmac, we figured photographer Danny Hurley had earned a sweetheart assignment for Unfair Park this week -- so when we heard the Dallas Cowboys and Playboy bunnies were making red carpet arrivals outside AMPM Saturday night, we knew just who to call.

The stars of the night were, predictably, fashionably late for the shindig, a birthday party for wide receiver Miles Austin (No. 19, ya think?), and weren't much interested in wasting time on the carpet once they arrived. So instead, we've got party pics from inside the new downtown club.

For shots of the players working their game, some crazy-eyed camera poses, a Michael Jackson cameo and more go-go dancers airbrushed for the occasion, check out our slideshow. And, lookie there, it was a full moon Saturday night. Who knew?

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