Dallas Cowboys receiver Terrance Williams disputes public intoxication arrest

FRISCO–The NFL season hasn’t even started, but one Dallas Cowboys player is already finding himself in trouble. Cowboys Wide Receiver Terrance Williams was arrested Saturday by Frisco police for public intoxication. According to police, he crashed his car into a light pole and left the scene of an accident. Williams on the other hand, issued a statement about the incident that is very different from the police report. He said “The driver in front of me slammed on his brakes […]

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Cowboys coach only wants ketchup pouring geniuses on his team

FRISCO — Ketchup or Catsup? Well, its not how you say it, its about how to get it out of the bottle. That’s according to new Dallas Cowboys offensive line Coach Paul Alexander who says the way his o-linemen get this condiment out of the bottle tells him all he needs to know about his players. You see, Alexander wrote a book back in 2011 where he explains that players should hit the etched “57” on a glass Heinz bottle […]

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The Cowboys take a linebacker with the first pick of the NFL draft, not everyone is happy

ARLINGTON –The first new Cowboy added in this year’s draft has been introduced to the fans, Leighton Vander Esch  saying he couldn’t be more excited to be a cowboy! “When I got that call from Dallas it was like nothing better.” said the linebacker “I am so excited to get going. I don’t think it could have gone better. This is where i wanted to be the whole time.” Not all fans, however, are thrilled the ‘boys picked the linebacker […]

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Dallas Cowboys release Dez Bryant

DALLAS – Dez Bryant is no longer a Dallas Cowboy as of Friday morning. According to the Dallas Morning News, the two sides couldn’t come to an agreement on a pay cut for Bryant, so they decided to part ways. That decision ended 8 years for Bryant with the Cowboys. Shortly after the announcement, Bryant tweeted this: Cowboy nation I need you to know this wasn’t my decision.. I will always love y’all… forever Dallas in my heart — Dez […]

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Church holds Easter at The Star event with Tony Romo at new Frisco facility

FRISCO, TX– While you’d normally expect to see the Dallas Cowboys pumping iron at The Star in Frisco, Jesus is making a “star” appearance instead. “It seems odd for sure but it’s really cool. It’s a lot more spiritual, I guess, than you’d think it would be. It’s pretty neat,” event attendee Jim Schelling said. Prestonwood Baptist Church held it’s first ever ‘Easter at The Star’ service. “We just got a call from the people at The Star and [they] […]

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Dallas Cowboys officially open The Star’s Entertainment District, Jerry talks Dez

FRISCO — The much-anticipated Entertainment District at the Dallas Cowboys’ world headquarters is officially open for business. The team and the City of Frisco held a joint ribbon-cutting ceremony on Thursday to open a three-day grand opening celebration that includes free activities, discounts, and special appearances at the dining, drinking, and shopping complex.  Click here for the full schedule and offers. While the Cowboys moved into their new digs in 2016, watching the rest of the 91-acre complex get built […]

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Plans unveiled for NFL Draft, new Esports stadium in Arlington

ARLINGTON —  Wednesday was a big day for the DFW sports scene as plans were revealed for the upcoming NFL Draft at AT&T Stadium and a new Esports arena in Arlington. Starting with the NFL Draft, this will be the first time the event is held in an NFL stadium and the league is taking advantage of the extra space.  Among the changes from years past is an “inner circle” area where teams can invite 50 of their fans to […]

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Dez’ catch should be good in future, Cowboys Cheerleaders join Smithsonian

FRISCO — Three years later, Cowboys fans still (loudly) claim that Dez Bryant caught that infamous playoff pass at Green Bay.  Now, they have some consolation as the NFL’s competition committee agrees that play should be a catch, and there might be a rules change as early as this coming season.  Better late than never, right? Meanwhile, the Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders will be enshrined in the Smithsonian Institution’s National Museum of American History after donating several items in Washington, D.C. […]

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Shaquem Griffin wins Jason Witten Collegiate Man of the Year Award

FRISCO, TX — You don’t have to know football to know about this inspirational player! Shaquem Griffin won The Inaugural Jason Witten Collegiate Man of the Year Award: an award that honors college football players who show leadership on and off the field. “I’m blessed and I’m honored to be here,” Griffin said. “I mean it’s exciting. I’m making sure I enjoy every single second of this, of this moment. I’m happy to be here.” Shaquem played for the University […]

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Super Bowl ratings down in DFW

DALLAS — It seems like a lot of Cowboys Nation did not want to witness a disliked dynasty vs. a despised rival in the Super Bowl as overnight TV ratings ranked Dallas-Fort Worth 46th out of 56 major markets with about 133,000 fewer local households tuned into the game compared to last year.  But cheer up, because the NFL Draft will be here in just three months! The NFL Draft will be held at AT&T Stadium from April 26-28, marking […]

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