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IRVING, Texas Dallas Cowboys starting left guard Nate Livings has a unique perspective on the tragedy that occurred in the organization last weekend. He was with the Cincinnati Bengals in December 2009 when 26-year-old Chris Henry was killed during a domestic dispute with his fiance.
Livings said he'll never forget how the team came together in the aftermath of Henry's death, but he said the past few days have been completely different. In particular, he was amazed at the way Cowboys head coach Jason Garrett handled himself in the aftermath of practice-squad member Jerry Brown being killed in a car accident, and another teammate, Josh Brent, being charged with intoxication manslaughter.
Livings told FOXSportsSouthwest.com on Wednesday that Bengals coach Marvin Lewis did a great job of guiding the Bengals through that tragedy three years ago. But he said Garrett actually took off his coaching hat and allowed himself to grieve with the players. This man who is often viewed...
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Dallas Cowboys defensive tackle Jay Ratliff is unlikely to play again this season after undergoing sports hernia surgery.
Cowboys coach Jason Garrett said Ratliff had the surgery Thursday in Philadelphia and would be out three to six weeks, meaning he would only have a chance to play if Dallas makes the playoffs.
Garrett said Friday that the club planned to keep Ratliff on the...
More so than usual, the Twitter reactions to the Josh Brent intoxication manslaughter were extremely mixed. Most people were completely unsympathetic and were bashing Brent for the horrible decision he made. Take @TallAsIWanna_B for example: Damn Cowboys NT Josh Brent you let dat alcohol f*ck yo life away…. killed yo teammate bru smdh.
Others didn’t put it so nicely, like @nsenatore22...
According to Ian Rapoport of the NFL Network, the Dallas Cowboys will be wearing a number 53 decal on the back of their helmets on Sunday in memory of former linebacker Jerry Brown who was killed in a car wreck last weekend.
The #Cowboys Jerry Brown sticker will feature his number — 53 — on the back of their helmets.
— Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) December 14, 2012
The Cowboys continue to underachieve this season.
With only three weeks left in the season it's time to teams to step-up and secure a playoff spot or start looking forward to next season.
After a rough couple weeks I'm sitting at 132-76, I need to step it up.
Here's a quick look at this weeks games.
NY Giants at Atlanta - This is a great match-up of two...
According to DallasCowboys.com, Cowboys cornerback Morris Claiborne hasn’t passed the necessary concussion tests to play in this week’s game against the Steelers.
Defensive coordinator Rob Ryan talked about the condition of Claiborne on Friday after practice.
“He’s hanging in there,” Ryan said. “He got a little dizzy (Thursday). So I’m not sure about his availability...
The attorney for Dallas Cowboys Josh Brent is saying the early statements made by an apparent witness after the wreck that took the life of linebacker Jerry Brown is claiming their nature is "defamatory."
George Milner is claiming Stacee McWilliams' statements have what he's calling "inconsistencies" already and that McWilliams admitted...
IRVING, Texas (AP) -- Dallas Cowboys receiver Dez Bryant is seeing another doctor to help determine if he can play the rest of this season with a broken finger on his left hand.
Coach Jason Garrett said Wednesday that the team and the player are getting more medical information to figure out the best way to handle the situation. He says Bryant's health now and going forward...
This particular write-up may be a bit of a departure from the normal routine here on Thursday's during the season, but I think Sunday was a rare occasion where a lot of things happened worth noting. We have mentioned at great length that the Cowboys win was both memorable and unexplainable because of so many components of the game that were not This particular write-up may be...
The Thursday injury report for the Dallas Cowboys is now out as they continue to prepare to host the Pittsburgh Steelers on Sunday.
Defensive tackle Jay Ratliff (groin) underwent surgery for a sports hernia on Thursday in Philadelphia, and will most likely be placed on injured reserve by Sunday. He is out this week regardless.
Linebacker DeMarcus Ware (elbow) failed to practice...
Cowboys LB DeMarcus Ware revealed that he’s been battling through a hyperextended elbow injury and that he’ll wear a brace on Sunday, per Jon Machota.
“It’s good,” Ware said. “I’ll just wear a little brace in the game. I’ll be good.”
The Cowboys will need their star pass-rusher to have a good game against Ben Roethlisberger and the Steelers, considering Roethlisberger...
The defense can certainly be proud of making some key plays at key moments on Sunday. As we constantly discuss in this space, at the end of the season, the NFL standings do not ask "how?", but rather they ask "how many?" in terms of the number of wins a team accumulated rather than the way they went about doing so.
Sunday was a very courageous result for the...
This Sunday two of the most popular teams in pro sports collide again.The Pittsburgh Steelers visit the Dallas Cowboys in a game which brings up many memories of game gone past. The rivalry goes back to the mid-70s when they met in two Super Bowls.This is now though, and both teams sit at an equal 7-6, knowing that a loss at the end of play this weekend would see them on the brink...
The Cowboys are surviving, in an up-and down roller-coaster ride, that’s the reality of the Dallas Cowboys These are teams that the Cowboys barely beat. The Cincinnati Bengals, and the Cleveland Browns. Sometimes, some wonder who these Dallas Cowboys really are. It seems that their true identity can be figured out one [...]
IRVING, Texas Nose tackle Jay Ratliff underwent surgery for a sports hernia on Thursday, Dallas Cowboys vice president Stephen Jones told Dallas radio station 105.3 The Fan, adding that the club has not yet decided if the four-time Pro Bowler's injury is season-ending.
"We're not sure of that,'' Jones said, while acknowledging that a standard recovery period...