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DeMarco Murray to announce retirement

DeMarco Murray changed his mind. Less than a week after saying he hoped to sign with a team before training camp, the veteran running back has decided to announce his retirement, according to Adam Schefter of ESPN. Murray told Schefter on his podcast that he had spoken with “four or five” teams about a comeback, [more]

Ben McAdoo believes in the Giants, not so much in the Eagles

On a day when the notion of bias has infiltrated the national discourse, former Giants coach Ben McAdoo has shown that his natural inclination against the team that fired him won’t affect his assessment of the organization. McAdoo told the New York Post that he likes what the Giants have done, and that he thinks [more]

Hall of Fame will largely ignore Terrell Owens during enshrinement ceremony

The Hall of Fame will be fighting petty with petty. Apparently miffed that receiver Terrell Owens has decided not to attend the Hall of Fame enshrinement ceremony, Owens will get minimal attention as he officials enters the Hall of Fame. As explained by Hall of Fame voter Clark Judge (in an article that makes his [more]

Ezekiel Elliott becomes co-owner of the National Fantasy Football Convention

The second National Fantasy Football Convention launches this weekend in Texas, and a prominent Dallas Cowboys player has joined a prominent former Cowboys player as an owner of the event. According to Clarence E. Hill, Jr. of the Fort Worth Star-Telegram, running back Ezekiel Elliott has become one of the owners of the National Fantasy [more]

Papa John resigns as chairman after racial slur use on conference call

John Schnatter – the founder and face of Papa John’s Pizza – has resigned as the company’s chairman of the board after it was revealed on Wednesday he used the N-word in a conference call with fellow executives in May. “Papa John’s International, Inc. today announced that the independent directors of the company have accepted the [more]

Tony Romo: Cowboys might have a No. 1 receiver on their roster

In Tony Romo’s 10 seasons as the Cowboys’ starting quarterback, he had five different players top 1,000 receiving yards a total of 11 times. Dez Bryant had three 1,000-yard seasons, Miles Austin two, Jason Witten two, Terrell Owens three and Terry Glenn one in Romo’s stint as the team’s starter. That’s why Romo believes Dak [more]

Papa John tries to make a comeback, fails badly

John Schnatter, a red-shirt-wearing assembly-line pizza mogul who made himself into the face of the fast-food chain he built, fell out of favor at his own corporation in the aftermath of last year’s Jerry Jones-instigated misadventures with the NFL. Now, Schnatter is trying to get back to the top of the ladder he built. It’s [more]

Orlando Scandrick sharing his veteran wisdom with new teammates

Orlando Scandrick has never played in a Super Bowl, but he’s spent 10 seasons in the NFL and played 125 games. So the veteran cornerback is sharing his knowledge with his new teammates in Washington. “The first thing I saw from Scan was that he’s a veteran, man,” Washington receiver Josh Doctson said, via Drew [more]

Brett Kavanaugh didn’t think Dez Bryant caught it, because the rules said he didn’t

Perhaps if the whole Supreme Court thing doesn’t work out, the NFL could put Brett Kavanaugh in charge of its rules. (And since one owner has already decided to not “stick to football” and endorse him, he’d probably have an easier confirmation hearing there anyway.) During a speech at Marquette University Law School in 2015, [more]

Former Cowboys fullback trying “to get back to the nice guy everybody knew”

Lincoln Coleman went missing in February, the second time in nine months he wandered off. The former Cowboys fullback now is working on getting his life back together. “I’m trying to get back to the nice guy that everybody knew,” Coleman said, via DFW’s Fox4 News. Coleman, 48, is unemployed and police described him as [more]

Agent, lawyer defend conduct of Marquez White

Cowboys cornerback Marquez White faces felony assault charges due to a road-rage incident from last October, during which he eventually displayed a gun to another driver. White’s agent and lawyer argue that charges should not have been filed. “We are very proud of the way he handled the entire situation,” agent Peter Schaffer said in [more]

Cowboys CB Marquez White facing felony assault charge

Cowboys cornerback Marquez White was arrested in Collin County, Texas last month on a charge of second degree aggravated assault with a deadly weapon. The charge is a result of what White described as a “road rage” incident last October that involved him flashing a gun at the driver of another car after an altercation [more]

With Jason Witten gone, Sean Lee knows he needs to step up

With tight end Jason Witten retired, the Cowboys need veteran leadership. Veteran linebacker Sean Lee knows that it falls on him to fill that void. “There is no question that I need to step up because he’s gone,” Lee said last month, via Jon Machota of the Dallas Morning News. “I think it’s a responsibility [more]

More talk that Cowboys could trade for Earl Thomas

Seahawks safety Earl Thomas is not happy with his contract, and there has been talk all offseason that he could get dealt to the Cowboys. That talk is not going away. The latest comments come from Bryan Broaddus, a writer for the Cowboys’ website, who said on 105.3 The Fan that there’s still a possibility [more]

Clock ticks on long-term deals for franchise-tagged players

For a handful of NFL franchises, the slow time could soon be interrupted, thanks to the most important annual deadline applicable to the franchise tag. The Steelers , the Cowboys, the Lions, and the Rams have until Monday, July 16, to work out long-term deals with running back Le'Veon Bell, defensive end DeMarcus Lawrence, defensive [more]

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