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Report: Kaepernick's Legal Team Requests Depositions From Ex-Papa John's CEO, Roger Goodell's Wife

Source | 5 days ago.

Colin Kaepernick's legal team has requested a deposition from former Papa John's CEO John Schnatter to see if Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones had any role in Schnatter's remarks blaming NFL leadership over national anthem protests by football players, according to Jason La Canfora. Kaepernick filed a grievance against the NFL in October that al

Cowboys could move Byron Jones from safety to corner

Source | 5 days ago.

Three years after drafting Byron Jones in the first round, the Cowboys still have no idea what he is. Is he a cornerback? Jones started four games at cornerback as a rookie in 2015 and seven others at safety.

Charles Haley refers to Cowboys as “losers”

Source | 6 days ago.

Charles Haley has never been afraid to express himself. During an appearance on 103.3 ESPN in Dallas, Haley was asked about the Cowboys’ regression to 9-7 and out of the playoffs last year. “I don’t think they understand what it takes to win a game,” Haley said, via the Dallas Morning News.

Former Cowboys fullback reported missing

Source | 6 days ago.

Former Cowboys running back Lincoln Coleman is missing for the second time in 10 months. Coleman, a Dallas native who played at Notre Dame and Baylor, made his NFL debut during the snowy Thanksgiving Day game at Texas Stadium in 1993 against Miami.

Friday's Sports In Brief

Source | 9 days ago.

Jim Garrett, the father of Dallas Cowboys coach Jason Garrett and a longtime scout for the club, has died. The team said Jim Garrett died Friday night with his wife, Jane, and his eight children by his side. The elder Garrett first joined the Cowboys as a scout in 1968 and spent 36 of the next 38 years coaching or scouting in the NFL, including the

Former Cowboys scout Jim Garrett, father of Jason, passes away

Source | 9 days ago.

Long-time NFL scout Jim Garrett, the father of Cowboys coach Jason Garrett, died Friday night. Garrett’s wife, Jane, and all eight of their children were by Jim Garrett’s side when he passed away, according to a release from the Cowboys. Jim Garrett originally joined the Cowboys in 1968 as a scout and spent 36 of the next 38 years coaching or s

Baseball players turn to football-style training

Source | 10 days ago.

Carrying their bats and gloves, they leave the weight room and walk the palm tree-lined path past the baseball diamonds to the track. At the Coach Tom Shaw Performance camp at Disney's Wide World of Sports Complex, it's common to see Carlos Gonzalez, Martin Prado, Ender Inciarte and several other major leaguers working out alongside football play

Eagles, Philly fans get catharsis through Super Bowl parade

Source | 10 days ago.

Philadelphia's first Super Bowl parade provided catharsis Thursday for hundreds of thousands of Eagles fans, deliriously joyful after decades without a title and relishing the national spotlight on a team that few outside the city thought could win it all. Fans clad in Eagles green jammed the streets from dawn near the stadium to an afternoon rall

Former Dallas Cowboys QB Tony Romo to play PGA Tour event

Source | 10 days ago.

Former Dallas Cowboys quarterback and current NFL analyst Tony Romo will play on the PGA Tour in March. It will be the first time the 37-year-old, who has attempted to qualify for the U.S. Open three times, has competed against PGA Tour professionals in individual competition. "As a professional athlete, the love and thrill of competition never e

Ex-Cowboys star Romo to make PGA debut

Source | 11 days ago.

Former Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo will make his debut on the PGA Tour next month after being granted a place in an event in the Dominican Republic, it was reported Wednesday. Romo, who retired from the NFL last year to pursue a career in broadcasting, will play in the Corales Puntacana Resort & Club Championship on March 22-25. "As a pro

Philly celebrates 1st Super Bowl title with parade

Source | 11 days ago.

Philadelphia's first Super Bowl parade worked its way up Broad Street on Thursday as hundreds of thousands of deliriously happy Eagles fans jammed the city's main thoroughfares to celebrate an NFL title many of them never thought they'd see. Fans clad in Eagles green lined up 20 deep in spots to catch a glimpse of the champs, who rode in open-to

Tony Romo to play PGA Tour event in Dominican Republic

Source | 11 days ago.

Former Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo is making his PGA Tour debut next month in the Dominican Republic. Romo, now the lead NFL analyst for CBS Sports, has received a sponsor's exemption to play in the Puntacana Resort & Club Championship on March 22-25. "You never know how good you are until you go play and perform," Romo said Wednesday.

Tony Romo will compete in a PGA Tour event

Source | 11 days ago.

Tony Romo will get a shot to show off his golf skills during a PGA Tour event. Former Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo seems to be pretty good at the things he does. Romo is going to play in an actual PGA Tour event.

The Latest: Jerry Jones' grandson signs with Arkansas

Source | 11 days ago.

The grandson of Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones is carrying on the family tradition at Arkansas. John Stephen Jones signed with the Razorbacks on Wednesday, and his granddad attended the signing ceremony at Highland Park High School, not far from downtown Dallas. The younger Jones led the Scots to consecutive Class 5A Texas state championships.

Jerry Jones screaming into his pillow about the Eagles

Source | 12 days ago.

The NFC East became the first division in the NFL with four teams that have won the Super Bowl when the Eagles beat the Patriots last Sunday, but divisional pride probably didn’t make Cowboys owner Jerry Jones feel any better. Jones was in Minneapolis for NFL Honors on Saturday night and was asked about the Eagles playing in the Super Bowl the ne

5 calls Patriots fans can use to blame the refs for their Super Bowl loss

Source | 13 days ago.

The Philadelphia Eagles won the Super Bowl, fair and square. Eagles safety Malcolm Jenkins speared the Patriots wide receiver from behind with a helmet-to-helmet hit that sent him into concussion protocol and knocked him out of the game for good. For his part, Chris Nowinski, the doctor in charge of concussion research at Boston University, felt if

Tony Romo is unfortunately great at breaking down his worst plays in Dallas

Source | 14 days ago.

Perhaps the most surprising aspect of Tony Romo: Broadcaster, is just how much he’s made people forget about Tony Romo: Quarterback. It’s left us to wonder just what would happen if Romo were to call one of his own games. Now we know almost exactly how Romo would’ve treated his own play from the booth.

Cowboys fan dies before Super Bowl LII, gets best obituary ever from his family

Source | 16 days ago.

First of all, our condolences go out to the family of Robert Clyde Drew for their loss. Mr. Drew died last week, and his family doesn't think the timing was a coincidence with the upcoming Super Bowl LII being contested by two teams he hated. *Robert Clyde Drew, beloved husband, father, and Papa, drew his last breath on January 25, 2018, mainly, w

North American Cannabis Holdings Frisco Restaurant Location Near New Dallas Cowboys World Headquarters Coming Soon

Source | 16 days ago.

DALLAS, TX / ACCESSWIRE / February 1, 2018 / North American Cannabis Holdings, Inc. (OTC PINK: USMJ) today announced its longtime-in-the-coming restaurant located near the new Dallas Cowboys World Headquarters, The Star, in Frisco, Texas, will be opening soon. The company has since launched two new restaurant locations since acquiring its first res

Cowboys fan's obituary takes shots at Eagles, Pats; says 'Dez caught it'

Source | 16 days ago.

As walkoff arguments go, it’s tough to beat a salty obituary, the very definition of Getting In The Last Word. Today, we bring you the tale of Rob Drew, a “stylish,” “practical” man from Wichita Falls, Texas, who could play a piano and detail a car, all the while indulging in his passion for Taco Bell tacos. “Robert Clyde Drew, beloved

Judge won't remove bank from former NFL player's lawsuit

Source | 16 days ago.

A judge has denied a bank's request to be dismissed from a lawsuit filed by former NFL player Darren McFadden. The Arkansas Democrat-Gazette reports that McFadden added Simmons Bank as a defendant in his 2016 lawsuit against his former financial adviser, Michael Vick. The lawsuit alleges Vick defrauded him of about $15 million while McFadden was b

Cowboys want to get into Super Bowl (hosting) rotation

Source | 18 days ago.

It has to sting the Cowboys more than a little to see their NFC East rivals in the Super Bowl. According to David Moore of the Dallas Morning News, the Cowboys have told the NFL they intend to bid for future Super Bowls, and hope to get into the rotation for the game in the future. “We’re always interested in bringing a major event to AT&T,’

51 years of elation and heartbreak: Looking back at the history of the Super Bowl

Source | 18 days ago.

For the past five-plus decades, millions of Americans have huddled around radios and televisions for the big game, the ultimate one-game playoff, the day second only to Thanksgiving for food consumption -- the Super Bowl. In fact, the first two NFL championships weren't even called Super Bowl games. In 1967 and 1968, the Green Bay Packers won what

Cowboys star Prescott tops NFL merchandise sales

Source | 20 days ago.

New York (AFP) - Dallas Cowboys stars Dak Prescott and Ezekiel Elliott have outpaced five-time Super Bowl champion quarterback Tom Brady in the latest NFL players union merchandise sales list released Monday.The NFL Players Association does not reveal

Jemele Hill to reportedly leave SportsCenter

Source | 24 days ago.

Jemele Hill is reportedly leaving ESPN's SportsCenter, where she hosts the 6 p.m. hour with Michael Smith, The Hollywood Reporter writes. Her last day is scheduled for Feb. 2, just two days before the Super Bowl. Smith will continue to host the program solo. Hill is not leaving ESPN altogether, though, and will continue to write for The Undefeated