Dallas Zoo names baby giraffe after Jason Witten

DALLAS-What do this adorable baby giraffe and newly retired Cowboy Jason Witten have in common? Well, they now share a name. The Dallas Zoo has named their newest member of the giraffe family Witten, in honor of number 82’s legacy. And forget about the Hall of Fame, we think this honor is at the top of the list. Born on April 25th, baby Witten’s stats could land him on the football field, standing tall at 5’9 and 130 pounds we’re […]

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NFL features local Dallas graffiti artists in 2018 draft commercial

DEEP ELLUM — The 2018 NFL draft is one of the biggest sporting events to take place in the Big D! To give football fans a taste of what Dallas has to offer, the NFL commissioned five local graffiti artists to grace the streets of Dallas with a mural of the top 5 draft prospects. “The city or the surrounding area is your gallery,” local graffiti artist Theo Ponchaveli said. “Once you do something on walls, public walls and restaurants, you […]

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One-handed linebacker stuns NFL Combine with 20 bench press reps and 4.38 second 40 yard dash

INDIANAPOLIS, IN — The NFL Combine can be pretty dull unless you’re a football super fan, but it wasn’t yesterday. Linebacker Shaquem Griffin won the day and stunned the scouts, ripping off 20 reps of 225 pounds on the bench press, more than some defensive linemen… all with a prosthetic on his left arm. Yeah, Griffin has played his entire career one-handed after his left hand was amputated when he was 4 because of a birth defect, but it hasn’t […]

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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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Cowboys spread holiday cheer out at Children’s Medical

DALLAS — Presents, Christmas carols, and a little bit of ballet. Yeah the Cowboys were bringing the Christmas spirit out at Children’s Health for their annual holiday visit. In the middle of a tight playoff race the team found time to pass out gifts, sign some autographs and share a lot of smiles. “We get to this point in the season and get ready to celebrate Christmas, it’s great perspective for us, the platform we have,” said Jason Witten. “We […]

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Cowboys spread holiday cheer out at Children’s Medical

DALLAS — Presents, Christmas carols, and a little bit of ballet. Yeah the Cowboys were bringing the Christmas spirit out at Children’s Health for their annual holiday visit. In the middle of a tight playoff race the team found time to pass out gifts, sign some autographs and share a lot of smiles. “We get to this point in the season and get ready to celebrate Christmas, it’s great perspective for us, the platform we have,” said Jason Witten. “We […]

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Cowboys spread holiday cheer out at Children’s Medical

DALLAS — Presents, Christmas carols, and a little bit of ballet. Yeah the Cowboys were bringing the Christmas spirit out at Children’s Health for their annual holiday visit. In the middle of a tight playoff race the team found time to pass out gifts, sign some autographs and share a lot of smiles. “We get to this point in the season and get ready to celebrate Christmas, it’s great perspective for us, the platform we have,” said Jason Witten. “We […]

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As Cowboys face historic slump, Witten denies he’s considering Tennessee’s coaching job

FRISCO, TX — Have Cowboys fans just lived through the worst three weeks in franchise history? Think about it: 19 days ago, Ezekiel Elliott was forced to start serving his suspension. Since then the Boys have lost key players, like Sean Lee, to injury, have scored just 22 total points, have become the first Dallas team to ever score fewer than 10 points in 3 straight games, and have gone from 5-3 to 5-6 and almost entirely out of the […]

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Why the Cowboys always play on Thanksgiving

FRISCO — When the Thanksgiving meal is done, and you and the fam are around the TV watching some football, you’ll probably have that one annoying Cowboys-hater cousin ask “why does Dallas always get to play on Thanksgiving?” Well here’s why: The Detroit Lions had actually been hosting Turkey Day showdowns since 1935 when the NFL decided they wanted to add another team, and Cowboys GM Tex Schramm jumped at the opportunity. The game’s popularity soared with them playing. The […]

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The Cowboys get some much needed holiday cheer at the Salvation Army

DALLAS — It was a rough weekend for the Dallas Cowboys. They got absolutely demolished up in Atlanta, and reports are coming out that the feud between Jerry Jones and the NFL may be blowing up into a full Civil War. According to Pro Football Talk, there may even be an option on the table to strip Jerry of his team ownership, while he’s busy trying to can Goodell, but that seems like a major longshot. So with all that […]

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