Why Dallas’ defense could doom the ‘Boys

The Dallas Cowboys are in trouble. A 13-win juggernaut in 2016, the Cowboys were held together in part by a defense that showed few cracks — finishing 17th in efficiency — despite the entire football world expecting a collapse. Well, just over a week into free agency, the glass has shattered. And you better watch your step because it’s all over the floor. In that short period...
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March 17, 2017  |  Discuss

Ten biggest winners and losers from Thursday’s NFL free agency frenzy

It’s still very early, but after less than one full day of NFL free agency action we definitely have seen some winners and losers emerge.One of the craziest trades we’ve seen in a while went down Thursday. The Cleveland Browns shocked everyone by making a move that sent Brock Osweiler their way. But were they winners or losers in the exchange?The Super Bowl champs made some...
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March 09, 2017  |  Discuss

Cowboys' Barry Church taking on bigger leadership role

In 2014, Dallas Cowboys safety Barry Church emerged as one of the core players on defense. In the secondary, the safety is generally responsible for making a lot of calls and taking a leadership role, and that's just what Church did. Heading into 2015, Church immersed himself in the playbook in an attempt to become a leader of the entire defense and not just the defensive backs....
Via FOX Sports
August 27, 2015  |  Discuss

WATCH: Dallas Cowboys DB Barry Church Gives Byron Jones A Cake To The Face

Hazing may not be as harsh as it once was, but the rookies still get picked on to some extant during training camp. While rookie Bryon Jones was making a radio appearance Barry Church decided it was time to give the rookie some love. It appears that it was part of a prearranged skit where everyone knew the outcome but Jones.Church certainly looks like he's enjoying the moment. Watch...
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August 12, 2015  |  Discuss

Tony Romo freaks out Cowboys brass sliding into a sign

By Rachel Wold Once the pads go on at training camp it can be nerve-racking to see a team’s starting quarterback partake in an aggressive play that sends him sliding out of bounds into a sideline obstacle. This is exactly what happened to Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo at the team’s Blue/White Scrimmage on Sunday. Romo reportedly pursued safety Barry Church after a fumble...
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August 10, 2015  |  Discuss

Barry Church and Anthony Spencer Football Camp

Sports International Football Camps presents the Barry Church and Anthony Spencer Football Camp. The camp will be from July 8-11th at the University of North Texas in Denton, Texas. The camp is for all players ages 7-18. Campers can stay overnight in the dorms or come in each day for the camp. Along with Barry and Anthony, there will also be other Cowboys players that come out to...
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January 20, 2015  |  Discuss

Golden Tate responds to Barry Church's trash talk

Golden Tate responded to Barry Church’s trash talk and said the Cowboys safety made a mistake by opening his mouth ahead of Sunday’s NFC wild-card playoff game between Detroit and Dallas. Church said in a radio interview with KRLD Wednesday that he was looking forward to getting revenge on Tate for delivering a hit that injured Cowboys linebacker Sean Lee in 2012 (Tate was...
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January 01, 2015  |  Discuss

Cowboys’ Barry Church seeks revenge on Golden Tate for 2012 hit

It looks as though if Cowboys safety Barry Church has his way this Sunday, Golden Tate is going to hurt and hurt bad. Why? Because apparently revenge is a dish best served cold, if you want to be cliche about the whole thing. Anyways, the revenge factor for Church on Tate stems all the way back to 2012 when Tate (then with the Seahawks) delivered a vicious and illegal blind side...
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December 31, 2014  |  Discuss

Barry Church says Eagles’ offense is real simple

The Dallas Cowboys and Philadelphia Eagles have a huge week 14 matchup on Sunday night, where the NFC East division lead is on the line. If the Eagles win, it would put them two games in front of the Cowboys for the division crown but if the Cowboys win then the last two games of the regular season becomes crucial. On Thanksgiving Day, the Eagles smashed the Cowboys 33-10 as Philadelphia’s...
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December 11, 2014  |  Discuss

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