A Tarrant County judge has postponed the drunk driving case against Dallas Cowboy defensive tackle Jay Ratliff until after the current football season.
With Hollywood just down the highway from the host city of Dallas Cowboys training camp, it seems appropriate that the opening of the proceedings here have the flavor of a tripleheader at the Cineplex.
The Cowboys are wielding a credit card more than they are wielding a pair of scissors as they make salary adjustments to slice more than $20 million from the cap in order to slide under the NFL’s expected 2012 salary cap of $123 million.
The activation of a cap-relief clause in DeMarcus Ware’s contract is a done deal, according to Dallas Cowboys sources.
The Cowboys on Friday left no doubt about the team’s plans for Ratliff to remain with the team this year.
The Cowboys are nearly $20 million over the cap, which comes at a time when they are still facing a $5-mllion cap penalty from the NFL from a year ago.
Dallas Cowboys defensive lineman Jay Ratliff is being charged with a Class A misdemeanor as a result of his DWI charge
“Having recently experienced the most tragic of circumstances regarding this issue, we, as an organization, understand the ultimate consequences of driving while impaired. We know that one incident is too many.” said a statement from the Dallas Cowboys.
Grapevine Police have released the results of Jay Ratliff’s blood alcohol test, which show that the Dallas Cowboy had a BAC of .16, or twice the legal limit when arrested on suspicion of DWI.
It’s a score the Dallas Cowboys would rather not keep track of: two players in six weeks accused in DWI crashes.
Recordings of two 9-1-1 calls have been released by the Grapevine police that describe the crash scene on westbound Hwy 114 that led to Dallas Cowboys player Jay Ratliff being arrested and charged with DWI on Tuesday.
And in a 2013 already saturated with unfathomable, sensational headlines, I went a week without eating food and lost 17 pounds. Oh yeah, and I got tricked into an aerobics class.