Injury Report: Cowboys Defense Almost At Full StrengthThe Dallas Cowboys offense continues to fall to injuries, but the defense has suddenly grown to full strength, with players coming back from suspension and injuries just in time to play the New England Patriots. Here is a look at the Dallas Cowboys injury report for this week's NFL game.
Plano ISD Apologizes After Football Team Storms FieldSchool officials in Plano are apologizing after a football team stormed onto a field early, nearly running down the opposing team's band. It happened in the middle of a halftime performance.
Team Grades: Dallas Cowboys Fall Short In Overtime Loss To New Orleans SaintsWithout Tony Romo and Dez Bryant, the Dallas Cowboys came into the week four game with the New Orleans Saints short handed, but they held strong until the end.
Rangers In Playoffs, Near AL West Title After Edging AngelsThe Texas Rangers clinched a wild-card spot and moved to the cusp of the AL West title, with Adrian Beltre's three-run double backing Derek Holland in a 5-3 victory over the Los Angeles Angels on Thursday night.
Dallas Cowboys Hoping Brandon Weeden Improves In Week FourThe Dallas Cowboys lost their first start with Brandon Weeden at quarterback, but they are now hoping that Weeden will improve his game. If not, they have Matt Cassel waiting in the wings and Terrance Williams ready to step up his game to help them out.
Team Grades: Cowboys Beat Eagles, Lose Tony Romo To Broken ClavicleThe Dallas Cowboys beat the Philadelphia Eagles, but lost their starting quarterback Tony Romo. Here is a look at how the Cowboys were able to overcome the loss, but have a tough battle ahead of them in the weeks to come.
Team Grades: Cowboys' Romo Comes From Behind To Beat GiantsThe Dallas Cowboys did enough to lose to the New York Giants in the first week of the 2015 NFL season. With three turnovers and down by six with just over a minute, hope was small. Then Tony Romo had another miracle finish and the Cowboys won the first game of the season.
Cowboys Plan To Proceed Without HardyThe Cowboys are proceeding through 'Giants Week' as if All-Pro pass-rusher Greg Hardy will be unavailable for Week 1 - though his replacement at tight end, incumbent team sack leader Jeremy Mincey, seems unconcerned.
Texas A&M Suspends Henderson & HilliardTexas A&M announced the suspension of two football players just before Saturday's game against Arizona State.
We All Should Embrace the 'Patriot Way'Are you like the millions of NFL fans out there : sick and tired of seeing the New England Patriots skirt the rules of the league, continually operating on the edge of what is and isn't a competitive advantage, only to have their after-the-fact punishments reduced to nothing?
City Worker Destroys Youth Soccer League's GoalpostsRipped apart and tossed into a nearby creek, kids in an East Dallas youth soccer league are unable to play their matches after a city worker was seen destroying the goalposts the league owns.
More NCAA Athletes Seek Own TrademarksLike their counterparts in the pros, more college football stars are starting to snatch up trademark rights to their names, nicknames and fan slogans.