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Spagnola: These Everson Walls Facts Certainly Demand Hall Of Fame Inclusion

Article Posted Fri, 12 Jan 2018

FIRSCO, Texas – This needs to be shouted from the highest mountain. Read          Heck, write your congressperson. Read          Do what you can to spread the word: Read          Everson Walls deserves to be in the Pro Football Hall of Fame, and that decision by the selection committee will take place Feb. 3, in Minneapolis, Minn., the Saturday before Super Bowl LII is played on Sunday. Read

Mick Shots: Looking Back, Looking At Numbers And About Time For Cubby

Article Posted Thu, 4 Jan 2018

FRISCO, Texas – OK, that’s that. Read          Locker room is basically empty, save some of the rehab guys. Read          The practice fields, indoors and out, are empty, too. Read          Yep, the Cowboys’ 2017 season has come to a screeching halt, and within three days of their 6-0 victory in Philadelphia on Sunday, the offseason has begun with everyone on the outside in a rush-hour hurry to fix everything that went wrong in a 9-7 season. Read

Overlooked For So Long, Everson Walls Excited About Being HOF Finalist

Article Posted Wed, 3 Jan 2018

For the last 20 years, Everson Walls never put much thought into being a Hall of Famer. Read “The first list I would come out, I would make it initially and then got voted out anyway,” he said. “So it never really mattered. I never made it this far.” Read But Walls is rather “far” along now in the process, being named one of the 15 finalists for the Pro Football Hall of Fame for the first time in his career. In fact, it’s better late than never for Walls, who is in his final year of eligibility as a modern-day finalist. Read

Jimmy Johnson, Everson Walls, T.O. On 2018 Hall Of Fame Semifinalist List

Article Posted Tue, 21 Nov 2017

FRISCO, Texas – The Pro Football Hall of Fame has announced its 27 modern-era semifinalists for the Pro Football Hall of Fame Class of 2018, and three have Cowboys ties: Jimmy Johnson, Terrell Owens, and first-time semifinalist Everson Walls. Read Walls, a four-time Pro Bowl defensive back with the Cowboys from 1981-89, is only the second player in NFL history to lead the league in interceptions during three different seasons. He’s one of four first-time semi-finalists, joining LeRoy Butler, Leslie O’Neal and Simeon Rice. Read

A Divisive Time, The 1987 Strike Caused Frustration For Cowboys Veterans

Article Posted Fri, 20 Oct 2017

It’s forever known as Black Monday for the historic crash of the stock market. However, there was another event, a crash and burn of its own accord, that kicked off hours after the financial carnage ended. Read On Oct. 19, 1987, on no less a stage than Monday Night Football, Washington defeated the Dallas Cowboys, 13-7, in Texas Stadium. Over the last three decades, the game has taken on mythical context, a stunning upset for the ages, the focus of a recent ESPN 30 For 30 documentary: Year of the Scab. Read

Sham: Ring of Honor Ceremony Has Become A Once In A Lifetime Event

Article Posted Wed, 23 Aug 2017

That was some big doin’s the Cowboys staged in Frisco on Monday. Jerry Jones’ Hall of Fame party with Justin Timberlake was more elaborate, but for football fans, not much could have outdone the ceremony unveiling the Ring of Honor Walk sponsored by Dr Pepper. Read The football star power was enough to battle what North Texas saw of the solar eclipse to a standstill. Given the ages of some of the Ring of Honorees, it’s likely an event just like that will never happen again. Read

Aikman, Woodson Offer Opinions For Next Ring of Honor Inductions

Article Posted Tue, 22 Aug 2017

FRISCO, Texas – It’s always the natural question every time the group gets together. Read Who’s Next? Read And it didn’t take long for that one to resurface around The Star following the Ring of Honor Walk that was introduced, which brought back 16 members to one spot. Read After the ceremony was completed, Troy Aikman was asked right off the top his opinion on the next induction. Read

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