A detail of the uniform and whistle of an NFL referee as he oversees the action between the Houston Texans and the Denver Broncos at Sports Authority Field at Mile High on September 23, 2012 in Denver, Colorado. (credit: Doug Pensinger/Getty Images)

NFL Hopes To Deter Players From Faking Injuries

(AP) – When Steelers receiver Emmanuel Sanders dropped to the turf late in the fourth quarter, was helped to the sideline, returned after missing one play, then managed to be the first player down the […]


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Most Throw A Flag At Idea High School Football Ban

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.


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Parents Concerned Over High School Sports Injuries

With high school football about to get underway in Texas many parents are once again growing concerned about possible injuries to their kids.


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Condensed Season Challenging NBA Players’ Bodies

Injuries are piling up all over the league. Stars like Derrick Rose, Chris Paul, Dwyane Wade and Paul Pierce have all missed time.


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Jerry Jones Talks Cowboys Injuries, Romo’s Availability

The Dallas Cowboys owner and GM Jerry Jones confirmed on the FAN this morning that Miles Austin will not be playing Monday night.


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Local Clinic Using Hyperbaric Therapy For Everything From A-Z

Believed to promote faster healing, hyperbaric oxygen therapy has been used for decades in hospital burn units. Now a new Dallas clinic is using it to treat everything from sports injuries to autism.


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NHL Remains In The Dark On Headshots

It’s a crisis that won’t go away, in part because the head injuries continue to happen, but most of all because the league refuses to take immediate and decisive action.


Quarterback Tony Romo #9 of the Dallas Cowboys leaves the game after a left shoulder injury in the second quarter against the New York Giants at Cowboys Stadium on October 25, 2010 in Arlington, Texas. (Photo by Roland Martinez, Getty Images)

Romo Breaks Collarbone, Giants Beat Cowboys 41-35

Tony Romo broke his left collarbone, then things really got bad for the Dallas Cowboys.


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Cowboys QB Romo Out With Broken Left Collarbone

Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo broke his left collarbone against the New York Giants on Monday night, an injury that could end his season.


Sensabaugh talks about new NFL policy

Gerald Sensabaugh talked today about the role of safeties in the wake of the NFL fining 3 players a whopping total of $175,000 for hard hits.  “We’re taught to try and get lower than a […]


Police Chase Ends After 60 Mile Pursuit

A 60-mile pursuit, punctuated with an armed robbery, tire spikes, a carjacking, a gunshot and two crashes, ended with a Houston man at Parkland hospital last night.


Kosier, Colombo held out of Wednesday's practice

The Dallas Cowboys could be without two key members of their offensive line for the season-opener, as left guard Kyle Kosier and right tackle Marc Colombo both missed practice Wednesday. Colombo was expected to miss […]