An Army soldier is back home in North Texas for good, and just in time for the holiday season and a big surprise.
Bradie James is retiring with the Dallas Cowboys after the linebacker spent nine of his 10 seasons with the team that drafted him in 2003.
MICHAEL PHELPS UNRETIRING The most decorated Olympian is coming out of retirement. 22-time Olympic medalist Michael Phelps will compete in Arizona in ten days. Immediately, folks on social media started comparing him to another athlete. […]
Talk show host and TV legend, David Letterman has decided to relinquish his late night throne.
There will never be another number 9 for the Dallas Stars.
Even if the next face of the franchise is in the building when the Dallas Stars retire Mike Modano’s No. 9, any comparison will fall short. This is the guy who made hockey cool in Dallas as many fans were just trying to figure out what they were watching.
In a letter posted to his Facebook page, Jeter said he would be retiring after the 2014 season and ‘could not be more sure’ about his decision.
Seven-time All-Star Michael Young has decided to call it a career. He’ll make the announcement official during a press conference Friday at Rangers Ballpark in Arlington.
After spending 15-years as a professional baseball player, Texas Rangers DH Lance Berkman decided to retire, he told MLB.com on Wednesday afternoon.
In an illuminating sign of changing times and revised visions of retirement, a new poll finds older Americans not only are delaying their retirement plans, they’re also embracing the fact that it won’t necessarily mark a complete exit from the workforce.
The 37-year-old Rangers designated hitter, who is currently on the disabled list, said Thursday, after pondering his playing future for several days, that he is “coming back.”
105.3 The Fan is getting word that the Cowboys signed safety Gerald Sensabaugh to a one-day contract today, allowing him to retire as a Dallas Cowboy.