When it comes to the Dallas Cowboys, dramatic headlines fester like a shark in bloody water. The latest involves starting quarterback Tony Romo and his owner Jerry Jones. Video caught Tony Romo ignoring his owner and brushing him away as Jones tugged at Romo's jersey during the Cowboys home loss on Sunday to the Detroit Lions.
LSU head coach Les Miles is garnering interest from several NFL teams. While there are no coaching vacancies in the NFL at this time, and with Miles happy at LSU, some might dismiss the rumored interest that several NFL executive want Miles. However, league executives continue to drop Miles' name when asked about future coaching candidates.
Washginton Redskins CB DeAngelo Hall recently made comments about how he will play Cowboys QB Tony Romo on Monday Night Football. Romo has bruised ribs and a punctured lung, but still may play on Monday in Dallas. Hall was honest when he noted that he would be aiming his helmet at Romo's injured ribs. While this should come as surprise to no one, some are having a hissy fit about it.
Many times during his NFL career, Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo has struggled in pressure situations. Sunday night in the season opener, Romo made two huge mistakes against the New York Jets that cost his team the game. Afterwards, Romo acknowledged as much, saying, "I cost us the football game tonight." While Tony experiences backlash from Cowboys fans and haters alike, his teammates all have his back.
The Saints placed offensive tackle Alex Barron on injured reserve earlier today. They immediately filled his roster spot with cornerback Quincy Butler, who has started 8 games for the St. Louis Rams the last two seasons.
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