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Dallas Cowboys Legend Jay Novacek Is In Lubbock Today
Jay Novacek played six seasons with the Dallas Cowboys from 1990-1995. During his time with the Cowboys, he locked in five straight All-Star game appearances and was named NFL All-Pro in 1992. Novacek was a three-time Super Bowl Winner with the team and retired on top after the Cowboys beat the Steelers and Bam Morris to win their third Super Bowl in four seasons...
18 Interesting NFL Games That Lubbock Will Be Begging to Watch
Let's just get something out in the open here. I'm working with some broad generalizations here. I'm assuming most people in Lubbock like former Red Raiders who've gone on to play in the NFL. I'm assuming most people in Lubbock would either like to see the Dallas Cowboys win or watch them lose...
Four Red Raiders Take Next Step To NFL Dreams
Every little kid who plays football in the front yard dreams of playing in the NFL one day. As those kids get older that dream either fades, along with their athletic prowess, or intensifies as they improve and play at advancing levels. Once those kids get into big-time college football that dream reaches new heights, and for the lucky few, that dream becomes a reality...
The NFL Just Gifted Lubbock Three Incredible Games
Today the NFL announced that there will indeed be a 17th game added to the NFL schedule. The league has played a 16-game season since 1978, but from this point forward the Dallas Cowboys will not go 8-8. Now that that lame joke is out of the way, the 17th game that's being added to the schedule will be in addition to normal rotations that the NFL has used in its current format...
Professional Sporting Event Capacity is Bigger in Texas
Both the Texas Rangers and Dallas Cowboys announced today that they will be opening at full capacity when their respective seasons' kick-off. The Dallas Cowboys obviously have plenty of time to announce protocol and see where the COVID-19 rates are closer to the season before announcing their plan, but the Texas Rangers don't have the same benefit of time with their season starting in early April.
Jason Witten Will Retire as a Dallas Cowboy
Jason Witten has a ton of memorable moments as a Dallas Cowboy, now after 17 seasons, he'll have one more. Witten will sign a one-day contract with the Cowboys to retire as a member of the organization where he spent his first 16 seasons...
Dan Quinn Hired as Next Dallas Cowboys Defensive Coordinator
A weekend after parting ways with defensive coordinator Mike Nolan, the Dallas Cowboys and Mike McCarthy have hired former Atlanta Falcons head coach Dan Quinn to be their new defensive coordinator. Quinn was also formerly the Seattle Seahawks defensive coordinator during the Seahawks back to back Super Bowl appearances...
The Dallas Cowboys Fire DC Mike Nolan and Defensive Assistant
Mike Nolan joined Mike McCarthy as one of the coach's first hires on his initial Dallas Cowboys staff. Nolan had been a linebackers coach with the saints for several seasons after failing out as a head coach and defensive coordinator. To nobody's surprise, Nolan will not be returning to Dallas for a second season...

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