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According to Mike Fisher of CBSDFW.com, after last week’s win over the Eagles, Dallas Cowboys nose tackle Jay Ratliff and owner Jerry Jones got involved in a heated argument.
Due to groin, ankle and foot problems, former Pro Bowl nose tackle Jay Ratliff hasn’t played for the Dallas Cowboys since Nov. 18 vs. Cleveland. He missed his seventh game of the year when the Cowboys kicked off Sunday at Cincinnati.
But he was “active’’ in a sense last Sunday after Dallas beat the Eagles, Ratliff engaging in what sources call a “volcanic’’ and jaw-to-jaw exchange with none other than Cowboys owner Jerry Jones. “They’re both passionate men and great men and they want to win, that’s all it is,’’ one source said. “But they were in each other’s faces. People had to intervene.’’
Jones reportedly had no problem not backing down from Ratliff.
Ratliff’s response was a heated one. Jones, 70, did not back down even as the 6-4, 303-pound player rose to physically challenge him and then made derisive mention of Jones’ age.
It sounds like Jones is at the point in his life where he just doesn’t care anymore, or he couldn’t tell that a really large man was in his face. Either way, I give him a lot of credit for standing up to Ratliff.
Just as the Dallas Cowboys started to build momentum, it appears as if fate may be dealing them a bad hand.
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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...
Just when it looked like the mercurial Dallas wideout was putting things together, a finger injury may now sideline him for the rest of the year.
Dallas Cowboys practice squad linebacker Jerry Brown was killed in a car crash early Saturday morning, and his former teammate, nose tackle Josh Brent (pictured), was arrested and charged with intoxicated manslaughter as the driver during the incident.
Police say the accident occurred around 2:20 a.m. Saturday in Irving. Brent reportedly was speeding when his car hit a curb and flipped...
According to NFL.com, Dallas Cowboys defensive tackle Josh Brent was arrested after crashing his car early Saturday morning after a night of drinking. Brent was charged with intoxication manslaughter in connection to the death of teammate Jerry Brown Jr, who was a part of the Cowboys’ practice squad. Irving police confirmed Brent is being processed on the charge, a second-degree...
A breaking story is developing in Irving, Texas. According to Andrew Lynch of Fox Channel 4 in Kansas City, MO., Cowboys nose tackle Josh Brent has been listed as an inmate at the Irving Municipal Jail for intoxicated manslaughter.
Brent, according to Lynch, was booked into the jail at 4:14 a.m. CST on Saturday morning. The name of the deceased has not yet been released. Here’s...
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...
Jerry Brown, a defensive back on the Dallas Cowboys was killed in a car accident Saturday morning.
Police have arrested his teammate, Josh Brent in regards to the incident.
Brent, has been charged with intoxication manslaughter.
Brent was driving above the speed limit early Saturday, with Brown a passenger, when the vehicle hit a curb and flipped at least once, according to Irving...
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...
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...
Just one day removed from tragedy an inconsistent Dallas Cowboys team battled back, a strenuous task that the aforementioned team has shown time and again that they’ve struggled to accomplish. As you all know football is the ultimate team sport, however, there are always a few eye opening performances (both good and bad). From stat sheet stuffers to players who duck running...