BTW: A weekly collection of stories and observations about the Dallas Cowboys. FRISCO -- On Thanksgiving, Cowboys rookie cornerback Anthony Brown was burned on a 67-yard scoring pass from Washington quarterback Kirk Cousins to DeSean Jackson in the fourth quarter. Brown lamented his mistake afterward, taking responsibility, saying it's not in his character and refusing to use the rookie excuse."I was so disgusted with myself," he said.
WHITNEY, Texas -- Former Dallas Cowboys linebacker Dave Edwards has died. He was 76. Edwards' brother, Tim Edwards, tells The Associated Press that Dave Edwards died in his sleep Monday night at his home near Lake Whitney, Texas, about 65 miles south of Dallas. Tim Edwards says his brother was recently diagnosed with a heart condition and was set to undergo surgery this week.
Jerry Jones appears on the verge of bringing big-time boxing to Frisco's Ford Center at The Star in February. An announcement is expected next week that decorated Miguel Cotto, a former world middleweight champion, will meet James Kirkland at the indoor arena at the Cowboys' practice facility on February 25.
Luke Kennard was never supposed to be the star of this year’s Duke team, but the sophomore shooting guard had another monster game against Florida last night, and, well, here we are. All you “Dook” haters might be fucked. Read more
Editor's note: This article was originally published Nov. 21, 2015. SportsDay is bringing it back Wednesday to mark the one-year anniversary of Witten's 1,000th reception. On Dec. 7, 2015, he became the 12th player in NFL history to record 1,000 career receptions. Jason Witten has no intention of discussing his place in NFL history when he sits down for dinner on this humid summer evening in Tennessee.