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Marcus Spears coming to Tyler

Marcus Spears coming to Tyler

Former Cowboys defensive end Marcus Spears will be the featured speaker at the Kickoff Luncheon August 20 at Tyler's Harvey Hall. Spears played for Dallas for eight seasons.
Johnny who? Zack Martin making his own story

Johnny who? Zack Martin making his own story

Zack Martin can’t seem to shake the link between him and Johnny Manziel. And probably never will.
Texans sign RB Cornett, OT Farrell; waive LB Sapp

Texans sign RB Cornett, OT Farrell; waive LB Sapp

The Texans made five personnel moves to their roster today, including signing a running back with local ties and an offensive tackle who played for Bill O’Brien at Penn State.
Lobos' Washington adds FBS offer No. 7

Lobos' Washington adds FBS offer No. 7

With a summer full of camps and workouts, the recruiting of Longview 2015 OL Broderick Washington has remained hot.
NCAA settlement reached over handling of head injuries

NCAA settlement reached over handling of head injuries

 $75 million settlement reached between the NCAA and dozens of college athletes will change the way athletic teams handle players who suffer head injuries, the NCAA said Tuesday.
The Little Guy from Little Elm

The Little Guy from Little Elm

Cole Beasley is 5-foot-8. He's short and he grew up a short distance from Valley Ranch.
Team USA sprinter, SEC record-holder dies in early morning car crash

Team USA sprinter, SEC record-holder dies in early morning car crash

According to the University of Georgia, Team USA sprinter and former Georgia Bulldog runner, Torrin Lawrence died in a car crash early Monday morni
Best day yet for Texans, O’Brien says

Best day yet for Texans, O’Brien says

Despite Arian Foster and Andre Johnson dealing with injuries, coach Bill O’Brien said Monday’s practice was the best training camp session he’s seen from his team.
Jerry Jones admits Cowboys were ‘that close’ to drafting Manziel

Jerry Jones admits Cowboys were ‘that close’ to drafting Manziel

Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones can’t help himself. Instead of focusing on training camp, Jones gave new life to an old story during a live segment Sunday on the NFL Network.
Jeter farewell tour visits Rangers, who know well his impact

Jeter farewell tour visits Rangers, who know well his impact

The always anticipated arrival of the Yankees’ caravan this year includes the casting of the newest sculpture soon to be unveiled on the storied franchise’s Mount Rushmore of greats.
Eustace Rockies win 8U Player Pitch state championship

Eustace Rockies win 8U Player Pitch state championship

The Eustace Rockies eight and under boys player pitch team sponsored by Henderson County District Attorney Scott McKee finished up its undefeated season last night with a State Championship finals win over the Bosqueville Heat.
Meet Rod Marinelli

Meet Rod Marinelli

If the other guy doesn't score, you've always got a chance. The other guys have been scoring a lot and the Cowboys haven't had a chance.
Cowboys’ Witten still leading with his chin on playoff hopes

Cowboys’ Witten still leading with his chin on playoff hopes

Perennial Pro Bowl tight end Jason Witten is Mr. Cowboy, just as Bob Lilly and Roger Staubach were before him. He epitomizes everything that is right and good about the historic franchise.
Only QB battle going on is for backup role

Only QB battle going on is for backup role

Bill O’Brien officially set the quarterback pecking order at his post-practice news conference today, but it wasn’t exactly breaking news – except for the fact that he seemed to emphasize there’s no competition for the s
Stallard: A victory lap, and a profile in courage

Stallard: A victory lap, and a profile in courage

You should have been there Friday. I’m talking to you, Kendall Sanders, Josh Gordon and Ray Rice.