Former Dallas Cowboy Tony Dorsett was diagnosed with chronic traumatic encephalopathy, a brain disease normally found after a victim dies.
Tony Dorsett says his quality of life is deteriorating along with his memory. When asked if he’s dealt with depression or suicidal thoughts, the Hall of Fame running back admitted that yes, he has.
Dorsett was just one of the thousands of former players that was suing the league, and just like many of his former colleagues – he is not too pleased with the recent news.
The second-year running back is already listed among the Dallas Cowboys’ Hall of Fame running backs in the team record book.
Josh Hamilton’s four homers in Tuesday night’s 10-3 win by the Rangers in Baltimore was the greatest show of power in franchise history. But that’s it. Let’s not get carried away.
Dallas Cowboys legend Tony Dorsett was knocked cold during a 1984 game. “And now I’m suffering for it,” the 57-year-old former tailback said.
The former CEO of a Texas-based investment firm will learn his sentence Friday for a scheme that used former NFL stars to defraud investors.
Dallas coasted to a 34-7 win, and on the way managed to give birth to its newest star, rookie running back, DeMarco Murray.
Dallas Cowboys legend Tony Dorsett stops by the morning show to chat with Jagger and Henson
NFL Films debuted its latest highly anticipated series on NFL Network entitled The Top 100: NFL’s Greatest Players on Friday, September 3.