Ben and Skin look into the social media postings of two Dallas Cowboys players who tweeted at Twitter trolls after Sunday’s victory against Jacksonville to determine whether or not they used their posts effectively.
The Dallas Cowboys feature a number of offensive weapons heading into the 2014 NFL season. But which ones should you draft in your fantasy football league?
KT heads out to Valley Ranch and asks lineman David Arkin, WR Cole Beasley, and punter Chris Jones some really strange questions.
New School producer Roy White headed out to Dallas Cowboys OTAs and talked gaming with his new BFF, Dez Bryant.
Here’s what’s on tap for the Fan Sports Show tonight (12/18) live from Quaker Steak and Lube in Carrollton:
Beasley has returned to camp and he’s ready to play. He spoke with 105.3 The Fan’s Elf & Slater show following the afternoon practice on Tuesday.
Not sure why Akwasi Owusu-Ansah is still a Cowboy. He’s changed positions from safety to receiver to cornerback, and he looks more lost than ever.
So far so good for kicker Dan Bailey. Without any legit competition in camp, he’s only missed one field goal (out of about 20) through 8 days of camp.
Cowboys were hard at work all weekend long…the annual blue/white scrimmage yesterday
Cowboys wide receiver Cole Beasley walked into Jason Garrett’s office to inform him that he was done playing football. Now, it sounds like Beasley will return to the team.
Beasley did not attend the team’s afternoon training camp practice and is explaining to 105.3 The Fan that he’s dealing with “personal stuff.”
With training camp underway, Cole Beasley is now being looked at as a candidate to make the Cowboys final roster. To SMU coach June Jones, that wouldn’t be a surprise at all.