Jerry Jones, the Cowboys’ always-entertaining owner, is out to turn the tables on the NFC East rivalry — Big D style.
Boomer was very persistent when asking Craig to teach him about what it takes to play the drums.
Eli Manning threw three touchdown passes and the New York Giants won an all-or-nothing game to claim the final spot in the NFL playoffs, beating the Dallas Cowboys 31-14 on Sunday night.
Guards from the Motor City don’t have the cache as the ones from New York — but they’re pretty darn good and Duquesne has three of them.
The entire morning show staff – excluding Craig – were thrilled to receive a thoughtful, great-smelling gift from Boomer for the holiday season.
It’ll be a December to remember, alright. But maybe not for the Cowboys.
From lockout to injunction to limbo and back to lockout – with a draft thrown in. Not even Super Bowl week gets that wild. Backed by an appeals court ruling, owners shut their doors once more, with players across the league trying to figure out where they stand – again.
The NFL and its players opened a fourth day of court-ordered talks Wednesday as the lockout reached its 40th day with few signs of progress so far.
Hard-liners on both sides — the NFL and players’ union — have taken negotiations to the brink, and there’s no indication that sanity will prevail before the current collective bargaining agreement expires and things really begin to get nasty.
NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell was right when he said fans “don’t care about the details” of contract negotiations. But he better keep his fingers crossed that doesn’t change anytime soon.
Peggy Beisel-McIlwaine, granddaughter of the first president of the Packers, was among the 400 ticketholders forced out of the stands at the Super Bowl. She called her experience at Cowboys Stadium a “total disaster.”
In their zeal to set a Super Bowl attendance record, the NFL and Jerry Jones overlooked one important detail: Making sure all the temporary seats inside mammoth Cowboys Stadium had been inspected and were ready for the fans.
Cowboys owner Jerry Jones isn’t worried that the NFL will turn a cold shoulder to his billion-dollar showplace after the first Super Bowl week in Dallas-Fort Worth arrived with a big chill. “This is football country. It runs deep. It runs through men and women,” he said.
Concerns about injuries and insurance make the league’s push to switch to an 18-game regular season a major sticking point in negotiations for a new collective bargaining agreement, according to two NFL players.
Team owner Jerry Jones peeled the interim label off Jason Garrett and made him — officially — the eighth head coach in the history of the Cowboys.