We are in the middle of Dallas Cowboys country and no doubt a majority of North Texans are big fans of America’s Team. But there’s one super-fan who has turned his love for the team into art.
Cowboys receiver Dez Bryant has become an avid supporter of Dallas boxing star Charles ‘The Future’ Hatley. “We have a great relationship,” the local boxer said.
Brady and representatives from the players’ union are meeting with Commissioner Roger Goodell at NFL headquarters as the New England quarterback appeals his four-game suspension.
Tony Romo walked off the field after the Dallas Cowboys finished their final minicamp practice without stopping to speak with reporters.
The University of Texas will start selling beer and wine to fans at home football games beginning this fall.
Jones said Wednesday that he has ‘no doubt’ that Bryant will be leading the way for the Cowboys in their opener Sept. 13 at home against the NFC East rival New York Giants.
Dez Bryant doesn’t have many cards to play in this effort to bust from the $12.832 million franchise tag he is presently locked into.
Calling him “off-the-charts dangerous,” authorities outlined the evidence against a Phoenix man who they say helped orchestrate a shootout on an anti-Islam event in Texas.
Bryant has not signed his franchise tag, and there is only a month before the deadline for the Pro Bowl receiver to work out a long-term deal with the Cowboys or play this season for $12.8 million.
This summer, there will hopefully be a kinder, gentler atmosphere, at least among fans, when the Cowboys spend two days sharing their Oxnard, California, training-camp practices with the St. Louis Rams
Sources tell 105.3 The Fan that middle linebacker Rolando McClain is at Valley Ranch this morning as the Cowboys begin their mandatory minicamp.
Stephen Jones, the person widely perceived to be calling the shots for the Cowboys, chuckles at the memory of being mediator between dad Jerry Jones and former coach Bill Parcells.