The Mavs believe they have the makings of a premier two-man game with newcomer Monta Ellis joining Dirk Nowitzki. But they need a third man to run the show – and at Tuesday’s practice they got one of their first long looks at the man for the job.
NFL deadline trade ideas are fun. They are the stuff that sports-talk-radio dreams are made of. Unfortunately, after the media/fan proposals are made, sports-talk-radio dreams of “monster trades’’ die.
The Cowboys will be playing for the lead in the NFC East this Sunday in Philadelphia but are planning on doing so without a pair of key starters, defensive end DeMarcus Ware and running back DeMarco Murray.
The Dallas Cowboys don’t have much room for Dwayne Harris at wide receiver. As a result, he might be about to need to make room on his mantle for yet another NFC Special-Teams Player of the Week Award.
Dallas Mavericks big man Brandan Wright has a new contract, 15 additional pounds of muscle, a sprouting beard that he’s quite proud of…and a problem.
Basketball is back — and in some cases Monday, good basketball was back. Despite 17 first-half turnovers, Mavericks rookie guard Ricky Ledo had a final shot to win the game.
That 2-3 record actually places Dallas in a first-place tie in the lame NFC East. And there is no grand shame in losing to the undefeated Broncos, who average an incredible 45 points per game.
Last spring, in Rod Marinelli’s first-ever meeting with his players after taking the job as Dallas Cowboys defensive line coach, he grabbed their attention by opening a speech with five simple words:
‘I did it for me,’ Walter White finally admits in the closing episode of ‘Breaking Bad.’ ‘I liked it. I was good at it. I was alive.’ In ‘Felina,’ the anti-hero did it for himself and he also did it alone on-screen.
Dallas Cowboys defensive end Anthony Spencer is undergoing microfracture surgery on his left knee Tuesday, a process that includes stem-cell treatment designed to help promote cartilage growth.
The visitor’s locker-room door at Qualcomm Stadium featured thick iron bars and a coat of blood-red paint. Following Sunday’s 30-21 loss to the Chargers, there seemed symbolism in that door.
The Dallas Cowboys stand accused of having long suffered from what Jimmy Johnson calls “optimistic infection.’ Does optimism cause a football team to overlook its weaknesses? Or does it help a football team overcome them?