Justin Turner and the Dodgers continue their torrid play
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With former Cowboys receiver Lucky Whitehead landing in New York, and given that several other teams were interested in him, the end result of the Oxnard ready-fire-aim approach is that it was a major embarrassment for the franchise. And that gives us …
There’s suddenly an Orlando Franklin free agency tour. A league source tells PFT that the veteran guard is visiting with the Saints, and contract talks are underway. The 29-year-old guard also visited the Jets this week, looking for a new home. The Chargers released Franklin this spring, two years
In the last four years the Cowboys have had by far the most players suspended, forcing them to miss by far the most games, of any team in the NFL. The Dallas Morning News compiled suspensions around the league and found that the Cowboys have had 15 pla…
Dallas Cowboys backup quarterback Zac Dysert’s season has apparently already reached its conclusion. According to Ian Rapoport of the NFL Network, Dysert is expected to miss the entire season after having surgery to address a herniated disc in his back. The need for surgery was first reported by
The general manager of Eldora Speedway discusses the short track’s past, present and future with NASCAR.
A day after Cameron Rupp criticized teammate Odubel Herrera for flipping his bat, Rupp flipped his own bat on a home run.
Lucky Whitehead took one final shot at the Cowboys on Wednesday. The former Cowboys receiver, claimed off waivers by the Jets, tweeted a simple message: 17″. It was something of an inside joke. The Cowboys’ wore the 17-inches motto on T-shirts last season. It is in reference to a story made famous
The Pro Football Hall of Fame has released the order in which new inductees will be enshrined and, in turn, their speeches will be delivered. Somewhat surprisingly, Cowboys owner Jerry Jones isn’t going last. Instead, the final man to take the podium will be quarterback Kurt Warner. Jones will be
Will Cleveland fare better with Kyrie Irving and LeBron James than Indiana did with Paul George?