Found November 28, 2011 on
If you’re any type of respectable male – or awesome female – you probably spent your Thanksgiving with a face full of gravy as you shoveled turkey into your yapper while watching 3 more-or-less entertaining NFL games. If that’s the case, you might remember Miami Dolphins linebacker Marvin Mitchell tackling Dallas Cowboys tight end Jason Witten way out of bounds, while somehow not drawing a personal foul penalty. You should remember it because it involved Cowboys cheerleader Melissa Kellerman being tackled and helped up by Witten in quite a gentlemanly display.
Kellerman laughed it off and the cameras followed her smiling shock for a few moments before getting back to yet another Miami choke job. But because of those few seconds, a star was born and people suddenly wanted to know more about Kellerman, and she later took to her Twitter to joke about the whole gigantic man crushing her 100-pound frame ordeal.
Before you try to follow Kellerman on Twitter and send her dirty message...
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Dallas Cowboys cheerleader Melissa Kellerman got ran over by tight end Jason Witten as he ran out of bounds in Thursday’s win over the Miami Dolphins. Witten was gentlemanly and helped her up, but the organization might not have been as gentlemanly.
Kellerman’s Twitter account disappeared over the holiday weekend after she tweeted twice about the incident. Those tweets were...
On Thanksgiving, Dallas Cowboys cheerleader Melissa Kellerman became an internet celebrity when the video of her getting tackled by Cowboys tight end Jason Witten during their game against the Miami Dolphins went viral.
Now, after posting a couple of tweets about the incidents on Friday, Kellerman's Twitter account has disappeared from the internet.
CNBC's Darren Rovell...
In case you were in a food coma because of an O.D. of turkey and potato products, you may have missed Dallas Cowboys cheerleader getting crushed by Jason Witten. When Miami Dolphins linebacker Marvin Mitchell tackled Cowboys tight end Witten he sent him stumbling into the sidelines where he tackled Cowboys cheerleader Melissa Kellerman.
Thankfully Kellerman was fine and even giggled...
Dallas Cowboys tight end Jason Witten must not like when people root for him. On Thursday while trying to corral ANOTHER wobbly hard-to-grab Tony Romo pass, Jason Witten managed to also take out one of the women who are supposed to be cheering for him; I guess he doesn't care for positive reinforcement. The cheerleader in question, Melissa Kellerman, turned out to be unhurt...
Jason Witten's Thanksgiving collision with Melissa Kellerman started the clock on the Cowboys cheerleader's 15 minutes of fame. Too bad she didn't get to finish it.
For the second time this month a Dallas Cowboy cheerleader has found herself in the midst of controversy. First, Kelsi Reich got a touchdown ball from her Buffalo Bill boyfriend, David Nelson. Now Melissa Kellerman was plowed over by Cowboys’ Tight End Jason Witten, tweeted a couple innocent tweets about the incident the next day, and was then forced to delete her account. Whatever...
About this time every year I like to start to identify those Cowboys players I believe are the core of the team. Those players that are synonymous with the Dallas Cowboys, whether by the irreplaceable quality of their play or their identity as the faces of the Franchise. Last year, for 2010, I chose 5 players as the core. In no certain order they were: Dez Bryant; Tony...
1. Jimmy Graham, New Orleans vs Detroit
2. Antonio Gates, San Diego at Jacksonville
3. Rob Gronkowski, New England vs Indianapolis
4. Jason Witten, Dallas at Arizona
5. Jermaine Gresham, Cincinnati at Pittsburgh
6. Tony Gonzalez, Atlanta at Houston
7. Fred Davis, Washington vs New York Jets
8. Jermichael Finley, Green Bay at New York Giants
9. Aaron Hernandez, New England vs Indianapolis...