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In his first interview since signing with the Cowboys, Henry Melton tells 105.3 The Fan about the top reasons he’s joined Dallas under the terms of what sources tell us is a one-year deal with a three-year team option
The Dallas Cowboys are involved in a ‘delicate dance’ as they work to rebuild their defensive line.
It seems an inglorious way for the Dallas Cowboys to part ways with the iconic DeMarcus Ware, but sources tell me that Dallas took that exact position with the future Hall-of-Famer, that Ware refused to budge
DeMarcus Ware will undergo elbow surgery on Feb. 18, an action that further muddies the pass-rusher’s future with the Dallas Cowboys.
It’s been a rough summer for Denver Broncos’ Von Miller. In August, the NFL announced the team’s star linebacker would be suspended for six games for violating the league’s drug policy.
The Cowboys insist they are “not hurrying’’ Jay Ratliff back from the injuries that have kept him off the field for the last eight months. But some observers are impatient.
Chris Camozzi always planned on fighting on Saturday’s “UFC on FX 8” card in Brazil. He didn’t always plan on fighting Ronaldo “Jacare” Souza. He certainly didn’t expect to be in The UFC’s co main event.
The NFL is changing its rules to prevent ball-carriers from initiating contact with the crown of the helmet.
Richie and Greggo have had a long lasting argument on their show that an NBA player would easily beat and NHL player in a fight. A lot of FAN Fans disagree.
Chris Kaman’s frustration over being sidelined since Jan. 28 with a concussion caused him to criticize the NBA’s “concussion protocol crap’’ on Tuesday as he continues to undergo tests that might allow him to return to the team’s rotation no sooner than this weekend.
Attorneys for Rangers outfielder Nelson Cruz are categorically denying reports a Miami biotech clinic sold the star Dominican-born player performance enhancing drugs.
We have bad news. The fact that with regularity the Mavs are leading early, and collapsing in the fourth, doesn’t mean that they are ‘almost there.’ Thursday’s result in Sacramento – a 117-112 OT win – doesn’t signify the finding of a cure, either.