A North Texas mayor and an NFL Hall of Fame member joined in to do a little demolition work. Emmitt Smith and Mayor Robert Cluck wielded sledgehammers to bust up a wall at The Salvation Army in Arlington.
The second-year running back is already listed among the Dallas Cowboys’ Hall of Fame running backs in the team record book.
It’s my 8th annual 50 Most Powerful People in Dallas-Fort Worth Sports and, I’ll be honest, this was probably the toughest year to find a clear-cut winner.
Retired NFL star Ladainian Tomlinson has returned to where he spent his college years to help children grow on and off the field.
In 15 seasons Smith ran for a record 18,355 yards. Today LaDanian Tomlinson retires with a Hall of Fame resume, and a healthy 4,671 behind Smith.
The year before the Cowboys had finished 11-5 and lost in the Divisional round against the Lions in Detroit and I remember my father saying, “next year, you watch. This team will be good.”
Emmitt Smith, Troy Aikman and Michael Irvin all had some things to say about the Cowboys in 2012.
Josh Hamilton’s four homers in Tuesday night’s 10-3 win by the Rangers in Baltimore was the greatest show of power in franchise history. But that’s it. Let’s not get carried away.
During a candid sit down interview, Cowboys legend Emmitt Smith recalled hearing the speech that changed the course of his life.
Dallas coasted to a 34-7 win, and on the way managed to give birth to its newest star, rookie running back, DeMarco Murray.
Hell hath officially frozen over. In Arlington, the Texas Rangers are still playing baseball. And in Dallas, Stars fans are now cheering for the Detroit Red Wings.
Aikman, Emmitt, Irvin, Moose, Bates . . . the list goes on and on of those you miss watching on Sundays. Jagger and Barsky discuss players from back in the day . . . and […]