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Reports Of Amari Cooper Being Shot Have Been Greatly Exaggerated

Reports Of Amari Cooper Being Shot Have Been Greatly Exaggerated

Truth is a fickle thing in this day and age. One of the darkest and strangest phenomena to occur in the age of social media is the death hoax; where a false report about a notable figure’s untimely

Dallas PD issues statement that Amari Cooper is fine

Cowboys wide receiver Amari Cooper is the latest victim of #fakenews. A viral tweet today suggested that Cooper had been shot, but local authorities moved quickly to spread the word that it was not

Tony Romo gets sponsor’s exemption into PGA developmental tour event

Tony Romo previously has received three sponsor’s exemptions into PGA Tour events. On Tuesday, the Korn Ferry Tour, the developmental tour of the PGA, announced the former Cowboys quarterback will

Jason Witten hopes to play another season with Cowboys

There was some thought Jason Witten would retire (again), this time to go into coaching. It seemed like an opportune time with the Cowboys turning over their coaching staff and Jason Garrett going to

Browns hire Ben Bloom as senior defensive assistant

The Browns are expected to hire former Cowboys assistant coach Ben Bloom as a senior defensive assistant, Adam Caplan of SiriusXM NFL Radio reports. Bloom returns to Cleveland after nine seasons in

Tony Romo sounds as if he has decided who he will broadcast for in 2020

Other than the beginning of his career, when he entered the league as an undrafted free agent, and the end of his career, when the Cowboys cut him, Tony Romo never truly was a free agent in the NFL.

XFL ratings dip on ABC in Week Two

The XFL had very strong ratings in Week One of the return from its 19-year hiatus. The Week Two ratios were strong to quite strong. According to Jake Russell of the Washington Post, the Week Two ABC

Keith O’Quinn moving back to Cowboys’ scouting department

Keith O’Quinn lost his job as the Cowboys’ special teams coach, but he isn’t leaving the team. Instead, after 10 seasons as an assistant coach, O’Quinn is returning to his roots. He has accepted a job

Intriguing Tom Brady matches with coaches, cities, teammates

Monday’s PFT Live spent plenty of time addressing the report that the Raiders plan to make Patriots quarterback Tom Brady an offer in free agency. We also spent time trying to come up with ideal Brady

Big Seattle crowd bumps XFL attendance by nearly 10 percent

The XFL had net attendance growth for its second week, thanks in large part of more than 29,000 Seattle fans who came out to see the Dragons defeat the Tampa Bay Vipers, 17-9. Via Ben Fischer of

Correcting the record on Matthew Stafford’s contract

When the issue came up last week regarding possible trade talks involving Lions quarterback Matthew Stafford, I checked contract numbers at spotrac.com and overthecap.com to determine: (1) Stafford’s

No movement between Tom Brady, Patriots

For exactly one more month, the Patriots officially have exclusive negotiating rights with quarterback Tom Brady. It would be foolish to assume that, unofficially, other teams already aren’t making

Report: Raiders ready to offer Tom Brady two-year, $60 million deal

The quarterback carousel already is spinning. Nearly two weeks after a report emerged that the Raiders will target Patriots quarterback Tom Brady in free agency, a new report puts some monetary meat

Dez Bryant wants to return to the Cowboys, won’t consider the XFL

Former Cowboys wide receiver Dez Bryant is continuing to press the case that he deserves another chance with his old team. Bryant, who has told the Cowboys’ front office that he’s ready, willing and

Sanjay Lal joining Seahawks coaching staff

Former Dallas Cowboys wide receivers coach Sanjay Lal is joining the coaching staff of the Seattle Seahawks, a source confirmed to PFT. The move was first reported by Michael-Shawn Dugar of

Mike McCarthy’s hiring in Dallas could entice Randall Cobb to return

Randall Cobb is scheduled to become a free agent for the second consecutive offseason. For the second consecutive offseason, he could find a new home. Or he could return to Dallas. After the Cowboys

Does Dak Prescott think he’s worth $40 million per year?

In September, Dak Prescott reportedly turned down a contract that would have paid him roughly $33 million annually. The Cowboys quarterback wanted more. How much more? Russell Wilson‘s $35 million per

George Iloka hopes for chance to restart career

Safety George Iloka did not play in the league in 2019, remaining a free agent after the Cowboys cut him last summer. Iloka, though, isn’t ready to call it quits. He wants to play this season. “Yeah,

Michael Irvin thinks it would be a mistake to replace Dak Prescott

Hall of Fame wide receiver Michael Irvin created a stir by suggesting that Tom Brady could replace Dak Prescott at quarterback for the Cowboys. Now, as he continues to try to walk back those comments,

Quarterback chaos could be coming

Chaos is very good for this specific business. And quarterback chaos could be coming, very soon. The 2020 offseason could consist of unprecedented movement when it comes quarterbacks, with a chain