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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

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

Top 10: Solid Role Players Among Best 5th-Rounders But One Stands Out Most

Article Posted Fri, 31 Mar 2017

With the NFL Draft less than a month away, the Cowboys are not alone among teams trying to create their board, filled with top-line players all the way to the hidden gems. Read Every round has examples of great players and the fifth-round is no exception. Read So for the next seven weeks, leading up to the NFL Draft in late-April, let’s focus on the best players the Cowboys have collected in each of the seven rounds.   Read This week, let’s focus on the 10 best fifth-round picks in Cowboys history. Read

Celebrando la vida en el Día de los Muertos

Article Posted Tue, 1 Nov 2016

El Día de los Muertos es una tradición mexicana que tiene lugar durante los primeros dos días de noviembre. Esta tradición celebra la vida de los seres queridos que han partido. Read Somos Cowboys se une a esta celebración cultural de México y en honor a la memoria de antiguos miembros del equipo y de personas que han sido parte de una u otra forma del desarrollo del equipo de los Dallas Cowboys, compartimos con todos los fanáticos fotos de esos miembros honrables que fueron, son y seguirán siendo parte de nuestra historia. Read

STAR: The Star In Frisco A Far Cry From Where Cowboys Humbly Began

Article Posted Tue, 27 Sep 2016

The Cowboys’ first practice facility in Dallas was so unimpressive that their first No. 1 draft choice almost didn’t find it. Read “I drove over from Fort Worth for a rookie orientation just before we went to training camp in Northfield, Minn.,” TCU All-America defensive tackle Bob Lilly said. “When I got to Oak Cliff, I saw an old baseball field, but I couldn’t see any way to get to it. I kept driving around and finally went down an old road, parked and walked in an open sliding door. Then I found a small meeting room where Coach [Tom] Landry was speaking. Read

Spagnola: One Last Tear During A Week Full Of Tears Out Here In Dallas

Article Posted Fri, 15 Jul 2016

IRVING, Texas – On the front page of this past Sunday’s Dallas Morning News is this illustration of a huge eyeball. Read With a tear drop dangling just off the bottom edge. Read By Thursday I didn’t think I had any more tears left. Just watching, reading and listening since that night of July 7, 2016, downtown Dallas, if you had even the slightest of heartbeats, you welled up at times uncontrollably. I mean, these other despicable tragedies happened in other people’s cities. Not ours. Columbine. Charleston. Blacksburg. Sandy Hook. San Bernardino. Orlando. Read

STAR: Bethea A Cautionary Tale

Article Posted Tue, 21 Jun 2016

(This story originally appeared in Dallas Cowboys Star Magazine. For subscription information, please click here.) Read   Read Of the 1,027 men who have played for the Dallas Cowboys, only one has taken his own life. Larry Bethea was the team’s first-round selection in the 1978 NFL Draft, a defensive end from Michigan State, a National Honors Society student seemingly without limits to his potential. Read

Cowboys’ Running Game Starts Fast, Goes Quiet Late Against Falcons

Article Posted Sun, 27 Sep 2015

ARLINGTON, Texas – For the first time this season, everything the Cowboys envisioned in training camp about their new-look running game materialized in the first half of Sunday’s 39-28 loss to the Atlanta Falcons at AT&T Stadium. Read Starter Joseph Randle used his burst and vision to gain 92 yards on 10 carries, and Darren McFadden had five carries for 34 yards as a fresh, ­electric change of pace. Read