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Here is another entry on greatest Dallas Cowboys by their jersey numbers. This one focuses on number 56 through 60, though there are few updates to report.
Hollywood Henderson remains the greatest to wear #56 for the Cowboys. Bradie James wore the number for nine seasons, but he never evolved into an all-time great. He will play for the Houston Texans in 2012.
Kevin Burnett only played four seasons with Dallas, but he earned the most votes as the greatest to wear #57. Victor Butler has worn the number since 2009.
Linebacker Jason Williams wore #58 during his brief stint in 2009 and 2010. He is not greater than <a href="http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mike_Hegman" target="_blank">Mike Hegman</a>.</p>
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Cowboys WR Dez Bryant at this point in his career still cannot be trusted to do the right thing and his recent arrest on a Class A family violence charge bears that out to be true.
His mother may have a questionable past that includes doing time for selling narcotics but that type of thing surely is not the great equalizer when it comes to why Bryant allegedly hit her in the face...
Jerry Jones has 1,850,000,000 reasons to be happy, and a chick ain’t one. He’s the owner of the Dallas Cowboys and according to projections from Forbes magazine, the Cowboys are worth a staggering $1.85 billion, making them the champion for printing money in the NFL and tying them with the New York Yankees as the most valuable franchise in all of American sports.
The 2012 NFL Record and Fact Book was released Tuesday and it included enough information to determine 14 of the Dallas Cowboys' 16 opponents for the 2013 season.
The book revealed that along with their six divisional games against Philadelphia, Washington and the New York Giants, the Cowboys will play one game against each of the teams in the NFC North and AFC West.
Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Dez Bryant's mother has told authorities that she doesn't want to pursue a case against her son after an argument allegedly turned violent.
A Dallas County district attorney's spokeswoman says the case DeSoto police filed against Bryant includes an affidavit of non-prosecution from the complainant. The affidavit means the complainant doesn...
Cowboys’ wide receiver Dez Bryant was arrested today on misdemeanor domestic violence charges. This is a major red mark on an offseason that was so far going so well for Bryant, as he got himself into the best shape of his career and earned praise from several prominent people, including Owner/GM Jerry Jones, who praised the former 1st round pick’s maturity.
Contrary to popular...
According to Todd Archer of ESPNDallas.com, Cowboys safety Gerald Sensabaugh recently underwent arthroscopic surgery on his right knee. The surgery will likely keep him out for the start of training camp.
Sensabaugh sat out some of the OTA’s this offseason as well as the Cowboys’ June minicamp as a precaution. They ultimately decided to go in and clean out his...
From Blue Pulaski in our DC Bureau…
Did Dez Bryant lose 22 pounds and shrink an inch over the offseason or are the Cowboys what we thought they were - dirty, stinking, rotten, cheating liars?
According to ESPN.com’s player profile, Bryant is listed at 6’2”, 220 pounds. TMZ says his arrest report for showing his momma the power of the punch has him listed at 6’1”, 198 pounds.
Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Dez Bryant was arrested on a domestic violence charge earlier today, according to KDFW. He posted a $2,000 bond. Bryant, who is entering his 3rd season with the Cowboys, had a run-in with police back in January, but was not arrested following an altercation at Miami night club. Details are currently [...]
According to Forbes.com, the Dallas Cowboys are the most valuable franchise in the NFL. Their estimated worth is $1.85 billion. That’s great for a team that still hasn’t been able to get back to the glory days of the ’90′s.
Below is a list of the top ten most valuable NFL franchises:
Cowboys – $1.85 billion
Redskins $1.56 billion
Patriots $1.40 billion...
The events of the last few days in the life and times of Dez Bryant bring into focus one clear reminder that was front and center 27 months ago when the Cowboys went out of their way to select the talented wide receiver; That there was a significant risk to selecting him and if the Cowboys were to do so, they would have to ignore a number of red flags that many organizations simply...
By Jon Machota and Matt Mosley
Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Dez Bryant was arrested Monday on a misdemeanor family violence charge in the southern Dallas suburb of DeSoto, Texas.
The charge, according to MyFOXDFW.com, stems from Bryants alleged assault on a female family member Saturday. Under Texas state law, family violence is defined an attack or "...