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Deion Sanders Speaks Out About Gay Pro Players

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By Lechette Walker Deion Sanders contributed to the discussion of gay players being in the National Leagues on The Arsenio Hall Show.  The Hall of Famer, Sanders, stated that there has always been a gay player on the rooster throughout his years in the franchise. “We always knew,” Sanders said. “But he was cool. That was our boy. We had to look out for him.” Sanders brought out the fact that…

According To Autopsy Jerry Brown Was Sober When Killed in Car Crash

According To Autopsy Jerry Brown Was Sober When Killed in Car Crash

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Jerry Brown had consumed well below the Texas legal limit of alcohol when he died last month in a car driven by Dallas Cowboys teammate Josh Brent, according to an autopsy report. Neither Brown, a practice squad player, not Brent, the team’s starting defensive tackle, wore seat belts in the one-car accident on December 8. Brown’s blood-alcohol content was determined to be 0.0056 – nowhere near the limit of 0.08….

Jerry Jones and Jay Ratliff got into a heated argument when the owner of the wealthy football franchise approached the injured player saying "We need you."

Heated Argument Erupts In The Dallas Cowboys Locker Room

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Tension is evident within the Dallas Cowboys camp. Following the death of one team member and the incarceration of the other team member, reports are swarming that a heated argument ensued between franchise owner Jerry Jones and nose tackle Jay Ratliff after the victorious game against Philadelphia on Sunday. Jones is known for visiting his team’s locker room after each game to give the men words of encouragement. When he…

In his final Facebook post dated Nov 29, Dallas Cowboy Jerry Brown revealed he was expecting a child and aspirations of becoming a great father and husband

Dallas Cowboy Killed In Car Wreck Was Looking Forward to Becoming a Dad

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The nation has lost two additional NFL players: One to prison and the other to death. Linebacker on the Dallas Cowboys practice squad, Jerry Brown Jr., was killed in an early morning car crash in Irving, Texas. His teammate, nose tackle Josh Brent, has been arrested on an intoxicated manslaughter charge, according to police. Brent was driving the vehicle at the time of the crash. “Our investigators are certain that…

Dallas Cowboys Player Files Restraining Order Against His Money-Hungry Relatives

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Tyron Smith, a second-year left tackle for the Dallas Cowboys, is dealing with more blows at home than he is on the field these days. Smith has been the victim of constant harassment from those who he once considered to be close to him.  Much of the harassment has to do with money.  The 21-year-old has had to file protective orders against his three sisters, two brothers, mother and step-father…

Dallas Cowboys’ Dez Bryant Addresses Altercation With Lil Wayne

Dallas Cowboys’ Dez Bryant Addresses Altercation With Lil Wayne

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    NFL star Dez Bryant has stepped forward to kill rumors and speculation claiming there is a beef between him and Lil Wayne following a physical altercation last weekend in Miami. Although he did not deny an incident took place, the Dallas Cowboys star said they are not at each other’s necks.  Check it out after the jump… Initially described as “famous rapper,” Weezy was identified in the scuffle this week. Beach police have no incident…

Brother of Cowboys Wide Receiver Clings To Life After Being Shot In Head

Brother of Cowboys Wide Receiver Clings To Life After Being Shot In Head

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  Kevin Ogletree of the Dallas Cowboys is distraught after hearing that his older brother, Calvin, was shot in the head in broad daylight on Friday.  Kevin, 24, took to Twitter to request prayer after hearing about the incident, which took place in New York.  Calvin, 25, was allegedly shot in an argument over money outside his luxury car rental shop, located in Queens. After the shooting, Calvin was taken…

Former Chicago Bear Indicted on 2 Drug-Dealing Counts; Faces 10 Years to Life

Former Chicago Bear Indicted on 2 Drug-Dealing Counts; Faces 10 Years to Life

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    A federal grand jury in Dallas indicted former Chicago Bears receiver Sam Hurd and alleged co-conspirator Toby Lujan on Wednesday, each with one count of conspiracy to possess with intent to distribute five kilograms or more of cocaine, and one count of possession with intent to distribute 500 grams or more of cocaine, U.S. attorney Sarah R. Saldana of the Northern District of Texas announced. Agents in Chicago…