A federal judge granted preliminary approval to a landmark deal that would compensate thousands of former NFL players for concussion-related claims. The ruling came about two weeks after the NFL agreed to remove a $675 million cap on damages.
The Dallas Cowboys are not headed to Super Bowl, but North Texas is sending a standout football player to the big game.
While a lot focus is on the Dallas Cowboys there is someone else who North Texas fans should be rooting for. A teenage boy from Frisco is a finalist in an NFL competition that rewards those whose passion for the game inspires others.
A North Texas high school football coach whose undefeated team won its last game 91-0 said Wednesday a district investigation found “no grounds” to support a bullying complaint filed by a parent of the losing team.
There was little chance of defeat, when Aledo’s undefeated Bearcats faced Fort Worth’s Western Hills on the football field Friday. The final score, 91 to 0, though, led one parent to file an official complaint of bullying against the entire coaching staff.
A 12-year-old boy died after apparently having a severe allergic reaction to ant bites he suffered while warming up during halftime of a Texas middle school football game.
On a day when most students are enjoying their first holiday off from school, some Denton high school students are gathering on campus with heavy hearts.
Cowboys nose tackle Josh Brent was in a Dallas courtroom on Friday to explain why the alcohol monitoring device that he had been wearing showed that he had been drinking.
Friends and loved ones of a Dallas Cowboys hopeful gathered at an Oak Cliff church Tuesday afternoon to offer remembrances. Jerry Brown Junior was memorialized as someone who left the world a better place.
The Dallas Cowboys paid tribute to Jerry Brown at a private memorial on Tuesday that included Josh Brent, the player charged with intoxication manslaughter in the one-car accident that killed his teammate.
Ban high school football in Texas? Seriously? Surely that’s nonsense. Actually, it probably is in the Lone Star State. But it is a movement that seems to be gaining some steam in other parts of the country.
The addition of sonar and divers has yielded no results as the search continues for a Dallas-area high school football player who disappeared while jumping from cliffs into a murky lake.