Daryl 'Moose' Johnston Joins Dallas XFL Team As Director Of Player PersonnelThe "Moose" is back! Daryl Johnston has been named the director of player personnel for Dallas' XFL team, ahead of the league's expected 2020 kickoff.
Local Celebs Help Raise $280K For Fallen DPD Officers FundIt was a Thursday night of food and fun but also massive fundraising for the families of the fallen Dallas officers.
Former Dallas Cowboys Aikman, Johnston React To Greg Hardy SigningFormer Super Bowl champions and Dallas Cowboys players Troy Aikman and Daryl Johnston are speaking about the team's controversial signing of the former Carolina Panther defensive end.
'Moose' Comments On Cowboys Coach ChangesCBS 11 News sports reporter Jane Slater caught up with Daryl 'Moose' Johnston during Super Bowl week and asked him about the offseason coaching changes within the Cowboys.
Daryl Johnston Talks NFL Playoffs With Ben & SkinFormer Cowboys great, and awesome sports brain, Daryl Johnston comes on the Ben and Skin show to elaborate on the NFL Divisional Round weekend.
Daryl "Moose" JohnstonAs he does every Monday, former Cowboys fullback Daryl Johnston calls in to the Ben and Skin show to break down Sunday's Cowboys win.
MooseFormer Cowboy Daryl Johnston makes his weekly call-in and says the Cowboys have a lot of work to do if they want to win the NFC East.
Daryl Johnston Reviews Week 2Fox television broadcaster and Dallas Cowboys legend Daryl "Moose" Johnston calls in to the Ben and Skin show to review the Cowboys loss to the Chiefs, as well as preview their upcoming matchup against the Rams.
'Moose' Raising Awareness About Men's HealthDaryl Johnston helped the Dallas Cowboys find success in the 1990s, but now his mission is to raise awareness about men's health issues.
Daryl Johnston Says Randy Moss Is Not The GreatestOn Wednesday morning, former Dallas Cowboy Daryl "Moose" Johnston joined 105.3 The Fan's New School with Shan, RJ and Jasmine live from Radio Row at Super Bowl 47.
Retired Cowboys Players Making Impact In Concussion Study34 former NFL players, mostly retired Dallas Cowboys, are allowing researchers to study their brains right here in North Texas. So far, the findings may be encouraging to parents of children playing contact sports.