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Dallas Cowboys nose tackle Jay Ratliff and owner/general manager Jerry Jones got into a locker room confrontation on Dec. 2 in which the two had to be separated, ESPN Dallas reported Monday. After the Cowboys' victory over the visiting Philadelphia Eagles, Jones tried to convince Ratliff to return from a groin injury. Ratliff yelled back at Jones and teammates intervened. Ratliff then finished dressing and angrily left the locker room. Ratliff's agent, Mark Slough, would not comment. Ratliff did not play in Sunday's 20-19 win at the Cincinnati Bengals, staying in Dallas. He cut last Wednesday's practice short because he was still bothered by the injury. Ratliff, a four-time Pro Bowler, has 25 tackles, one tackle for loss and 10 quarterback pressures with no sacks in six games this year. He has missed seven games because of ankle and groin injuries. A plantar fasciitis injury kept him out of much of the team's offseason program and training camp. Ratli...
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Bond has been set for Dallas Cowboys nose tackle Josh Brent at 500,000, the Dallas Morning News reports.
The bond was set Sunday morning in Irving.
Brandon George of the Morning News reports that Brent's 2012 salary with the Cowboys is 490,000.
Irving Police said that Brent was driving at high speed on Highway 114 at 2:21 a.m. when his 2007 Mercedes hit a curb, causing the...
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Funeral services are scheduled for Friday in St. Louis for NFL player Jerry Brown.
Brown was a St. Louis native who was a linebacker on the Dallas Cowboys practice squad. He died in a suspected drunken-driving accident on Saturday. Cowboys defensive tackle Josh Brent was the driver and is charged with intoxication manslaughter.
The Cowboys were holding a private memorial service...
Several Dallas Cowboys players reportedly were out partying at a club the night of the fatal car crash that killed practice squad player Jerry Brown.
FOX Sports Southwest says Brown and Josh Brent (pictured), who was driving the car, joined about a dozen teammates at Dallas club Privae on Friday. Comedian Shawn Wayans was performing that night.
Dallas media members Richie Whitt and...
Cowboys receiver Dez Bryant has hauled in seven touchdowns over the last five games. He crossed 1,000 yards for the first time in his three-year career Sunday.Fantasy Spin:Bryant had just 50 yards receiving on four receptions Sunday against Cincinnati but grabbed a 27-yard touchdown in the fourth quarter.
The Dallas Cowboys defense got banged up during yesterday’s
20-19 win over the Cincinnati Bengals, as cornerback Morris Claiborne, linebackers
Ernie Sims, Anthony Spencer and DeMarcus Ware and safety Eric Frampton all
sustained injuries, reports Rainer Sabin of The Dallas Morning News.
Claiborne, whose helmet popped off, did not return to the
game. Claiborne was one of...
Cowboys wideout Dez Bryant, who has been diagnosed with a broken left index finger, will decide whether to have surgery or try and play with the injury, according to owner Jerry Jones.Fantasy Spin:Bryant has repeatedly said he wants to play, but there is some long-term risk if he does. Bryant is in the midst of a five-game, touchdown-scroing streak (seven TDs) and playing as well as he ever has.
Last week CBS's NFL pregame show, The NFL Today, was widely panned for its tone-deaf coverage of the Jovan Belcher murder-suicide. While other networks were offering detailed, poignant coverage and showing great deference to the story, CBS operating in their own universe. The NFL Today delayed addressing the Belcher story and went on with their usual product placements and...
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