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Cowboys FB Deon Anderson resets arrest meter

Cowboys fullback Deon Anderson was arrested Tuesday morning on traffic warrants.

The warrants were discovered upon police search after officers were called to a disturbance involving Anderson.
Anderson was involved in a confrontation with a restaurant valet and security guard.  The three people “exchanged words” outside the BlackFinn restaurant in Addison, Texas.  The Cowboys’ lead blocker claims he used no profanity.
Anderson was released on bond at 7:20 a.m. Tuesday morning.
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34 Responses to “Cowboys FB Deon Anderson resets arrest meter”
  1. ipeefreely says: Feb 2, 2010 7:25 PM

    Not the type of news I wanted to read about the Cowboys this offseason…
    Then again, this was pretty common in the SuperBowl years! If Miles Austin is found smoking crack in a hotel with a couple of hookers then everyone needs to book the odds in favor of the Cowboys winning the SuperBowl next year! (and a gold jacket for Austin)

  2. Citizen Strange says: Feb 2, 2010 7:26 PM

    If I had 10 guesses all 10 would be ‘Roid Rage.

  3. Whiterhinocerous says: Feb 2, 2010 7:29 PM

    Stay classy, Cowboys!

  4. ham1 says: Feb 2, 2010 7:42 PM

    So thats news? A cowpuke gets arrested? or chokes, or cries…?
    BFD

  5. .VoxVeritas says: Feb 2, 2010 7:46 PM

    Pay the damn ticket, Cricket! How can you not pay a damn ticket? Rich dumbass.

  6. .VoxVeritas says: Feb 2, 2010 7:49 PM

    Whiterhinocerous says:
    They banned you AGAIN?!? What’s that, like 6 or 7 times now?

  7. Vikes#28Owns says: Feb 2, 2010 7:56 PM

    Sounds like a Typical Cowboys’ Player to me. Not surprised

  8. C-Student says: Feb 2, 2010 8:06 PM

    Queue the Cowboys haters.
    No where in this story does it say drugs or alcohol were involved.
    Sheesh, you smoke crack with hookers and stab a guy in the neck one time and people never forget it.

  9. WarrenMoonGOAT says: Feb 2, 2010 8:07 PM

    maybe it had somethin to do with the valet guy bein mad he didn’t receive a tip

  10. .VoxVeritas says: Feb 2, 2010 8:08 PM

    Yeah damn those Cowboys not paying their tickets. You’d think that they had a bunch of hookers on a boat or got busted scalping tickets or something.

  11. NoKoolaidCowboy says: Feb 2, 2010 8:11 PM

    It’s not that big a deal. Coach Wade will sit down with him and give him a stern talking to about being a responsible citizen and how what he does reflects the organi….LOL (couldn’t keep a straight face).

  12. RichieBugs83 says: Feb 2, 2010 8:15 PM

    His brother is a murderer as well (http://www.projo.com/words/2004/20041215_st.htm). They tried to repeal a 150 year ban on the death penalty in Rhode Island because of how heinous the crime was.

  13. Quentin673 says: Feb 2, 2010 8:18 PM

    hahaha is that a vikings player commenting on another teams players indiscresions?? wow….
    i wonder what the over under is on comments on this story….and on a player arrested for traffic warrents…at least its not for nautical prostitution partys or multiple dui’s….

  14. B.Rubble says: Feb 2, 2010 8:23 PM

    # Vikes#28Owns says: February 2, 2010 7:56 PM
    “Sounds like a Typical Cowboys’ Player to me. Not surprised.”
    Yeah, a lot like Carl Eller, Bryant McKinnie, Kevin Williams, Cedric Griffin…you get the point.
    Every team has had a bad apple that makes the headlines, so let’s stop with the “typical (insert football team) player.”

  15. Bill In DC says: Feb 2, 2010 8:25 PM

    Vikes#28Owns says:
    February 2, 2010 7:56 PM
    Sounds like a Typical Cowboys’ Player to me. Not surprised
    ————–
    Yeah, if it was a Vikings player it would have involved boats, hookers, and drugs

  16. danlinker says: Feb 2, 2010 8:25 PM

    PERFECT. Let’s start the usual cowboy bs

  17. danielcp0303 says: Feb 2, 2010 8:38 PM

    Traffic tickets? move along

  18. .VoxVeritas says: Feb 2, 2010 9:00 PM

    “His brother is a murderer as well”
    The guy you cite in your URL was not convicted of murder. He was convicted of cospiracy to commit carjacking and carjacking with death resulting. What’s the difference? Everybody involved but this guy Raymond Anderson got life in prison without parole. Anderson got 30 years with the possibility of parole. Why the difference? I dunno, it’s not up to me to interpret stupid yankee laws. They’d all be on death row if it had happened in Texas, probably executed by now.

  19. Bigbluefan says: Feb 2, 2010 9:08 PM

    B.Rubble says:
    February 2, 2010 8:23 PM
    # Vikes#28Owns says: February 2, 2010 7:56 PM
    “Sounds like a Typical Cowboys’ Player to me. Not surprised.”
    Yeah, a lot like Carl Eller, Bryant McKinnie, Kevin Williams, Cedric Griffin…you get the point.
    Every team has had a bad apple that makes the headlines, so let’s stop with the “typical (insert football team) player.”
    But the better teams cut them out before it goes team wide

  20. IStateYourName says: Feb 2, 2010 9:21 PM

    Turd Watch Standings?

  21. Vikes#28Owns says: Feb 2, 2010 9:32 PM

    Haha I was just messing… This is what the Vikings get for every speeding ticket written for any Vikings player by Packers fans. Every team has a couple of idiots. Believe me I’ve been hoping for McKinnie to be replaced for like 3 years now. The Cowboys do have many stand up players. My favorite being of course Marion Barber who came out of Minnesota.

  22. bigbirdsfan says: Feb 2, 2010 9:47 PM

    Haha BigBlueFan, you would be saying ‘typical Eagles player’ if it happened to, say, Leonard Weaver. But since it happened to your team, your gettin all sensitive about it.

  23. Avon Barksdale says: Feb 2, 2010 10:03 PM

    Christ, why is profanity an issue? I hate Texas. We should have let Mexico have those retards.
    While I hate the Cowboys, this sounds a bit overblown.

  24. jan van flac says: Feb 2, 2010 10:36 PM

    meanwhile Saints linebacker and former Cowboy Scott Fujita says,
    “…when he chose to leave the Cowboys as a free agent in 2006, people asked why he was abandoning what some call America’s Team.
    “Well, they were the self-proclaimed America’s Team a couple decades ago,” he said. “They have really, really good, loyal fans. But the rest of the country hates them. Let’s be honest.”

  25. DieHardSkinsFan21 says: Feb 2, 2010 11:32 PM

    Guess it has been a while since a cowgurl killed someone……. Is Goodrich out of prison yet?

  26. jibfest says: Feb 2, 2010 11:49 PM

    The can play football, do you expect them to think too?!?

  27. .VoxVeritas says: Feb 3, 2010 12:26 AM

    “But the better teams cut them out before he goes to prison ”
    Fixed.

  28. .VoxVeritas says: Feb 3, 2010 12:29 AM

    “Christ, why is profanity an issue? I hate Texas. We should have let Mexico have those retards. ”
    They tried to take Texas and got their asses kicked, no thanks to the US. Besides, the US would never survive without Texas. We’re a tax donor state. If we left the union, your welfare checks would shrink and you’d have a hell of a time running your ’86 Yugo on hopes and dreams.

  29. .VoxVeritas says: Feb 3, 2010 1:00 AM

    Fujita wasn’t good enough to start for the Cowboys, only reason he got any extensive playing time is because Al Singleton got hurt two months into the 2005 season. Fujita is 6’5″ and 250 pounds. Big guy. Bill Parcells loves big players, it’s common knowledge. The guy couldn’t beat out 6’2″ Al Singleton for an outside backer job in a Parcells 3-4 D. Scott Fujita didn’t abandon the Cowboys. They let his contract expire and didn’t offer him another one. Let’s be real honest. The Cowboys drafted Demarcus Ware and Kevin Burnett before the 2005 season. Greg Ellis was in the middle of a successful transition from 4-3 DE to 3-4 OLB. The Cowboys had a glut of OLB’s and Singleton and Fujita were the odd men out. They actually had a shortage of inside backers with the retirement of Dat Nguyen, so enter Akin Ayodele and Barbie Carpenter, who was advertised as being able to play inside or out.

  30. jan van flac says: Feb 3, 2010 7:56 AM

    “Fujita wasn’t good enough to start for the Cowboys”
    which is why the Saints are in the SB and the Cowboys are home watching it on TV.

  31. GoBrowns19 says: Feb 3, 2010 7:57 AM

    Rich, black athletes seem to be a constant menace to society in all cities, all facets. There’s got to be some accountability. If an NFL player is arrested, he should lose his right to play.

  32. Shinywalrus says: Feb 3, 2010 9:51 AM

    “”Fujita wasn’t good enough to start for the Cowboys”
    which is why the Saints are in the SB and the Cowboys are home watching it on TV.”
    What a fatuous comment. Do you really believe that one team advancing further in the playoffs somehow indicates that every player on the team is better than those on teams that didn’t advance?
    Good Lord, where do we find these people?

  33. .VoxVeritas says: Feb 3, 2010 9:53 AM

    “”Fujita wasn’t good enough to start for the Cowboys”
    which is why the Saints are in the SB and the Cowboys are home watching it on TV.”
    Sure, it’s all because of Scott Fujita. By that logic, Lance Moore is a better WR than Desean Jackson. 0-3gle fans continue to prove themselves to be the dumbest animals on the planet.

  34. Whiterhinocerous says: Feb 3, 2010 2:56 PM

    # .VoxVeritas says: February 2, 2010 7:49 PM
    Whiterhinocerous says:
    They banned you AGAIN?!? What’s that, like 6 or 7 times now?
    ————–
    Is that supposed to be an insult?
    I get banned because I post your Myspace page all over the place every time you insult Philadelphians. But keep on caring and showing me that I’m WAY in your head, because I know I am, fatboy.

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