Found November 25, 2011 on Football Nation:
Five Things We Learned - Miami Dolphins at Dallas Cowboys November, 24, 2011

Jason Witten runs over Cowboys cheerleader

For the first play of the fourth quarter in the Dolphins/Cowboys affair, Cowboys tight end Jason Witten caught a pass from Tony Romo and got the first down while running out of bounds. In the process, Witten ran into a Cowboys cheerleader and chatted her up for a few seconds:

Dallas Cowboys Cheerleader Knocked Over By Jason Witten Is Forced Off Twitter

Dallas Cowboys Cheerleader Melissa Kellerman, the woman who got KNOCKED DOWN by Tight End Jason Witten, MIGHT HAVE pissed off some people inside the Dallas Cowboys, as it's being reported that she was forced to delete her twitter account.CNBC's reporter Darren Rovell is reporting that Kellerman wrote two tweets (those above) Friday morning talking about what happen to her...

Sparano Watch Begins Again, Following Loss to Cowboys

The book on the Miami Dolphins 2011 season hasn’t been completely written yet.  Unfortunately, the remaining chapters of the book will be filled with the Dolphins playing the ‘spoiler’ role.  The Dolphins are currently 3-8 and for all intents and purposes, are eliminated from playoff contention.  We know it was even crazy to talk about [...]

Cowboys LB Anthony Spencer has season-high eight tackles against Miami

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Sparano defends Long, casts doubt on his future

Miami coach Tony Sparano appears prepared for the worst after another tough defeat. The fourth-year coach, who is under pressure because of a 28-31 record, acknowledged that he might not be a part of the Dolphins' future during comments he made defending Pro Bowl left tackle Jake Long after Miami's 20-19 loss to Dallas on Thanksgiving. ''I'll say this about...

Miami coach Tony Sparano praises Cowboys' Jason Witten for ability to make something out of nothing

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Cowboys' finishing kick makes it four wins in a row

Cowboys break through in fourth against Dolphins

Dallas scored 10 points and got 98 of its 303 yards in the fourth thanks to Tony Romo, Jason Witten and DeMarco Murray.
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