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    Getty Dallas Cowboys Owner Jerry Jones walks on the field before a game. The Dallas Cowboys family lost one of its own this past weekend, as former NFL running back and coach Gary Brown passed away at 52. According to ESPN Cowboys reporter Todd Archer, Brown passed away after a prolonged battle with cancer that initially began when Brown was the Cleveland Browns’ running backs coach from 2009 to 2012. From 2013 to 2019, Brown was the running backs coach for Dallas, overseeing the success of players like DeMarco Murray and Ezekiel Elliott. But before he was coaching stars’, Brown was hitting the NFL gridiron himself. Brown played eight seasons in the league, twice going over the 1000-yard mark as a running back. His most famous stint was with the New York Giants, where he totaled 1063 yards in his penultimate season in the NFL according to Pro Football Reference. Most recently, the former Cowboys coach and Giants player was the running backs coach for Wisconsin during the 2021 season, which was his first job since leaving Dallas....
    FORMER NFL running back and assistant coach for the Dallas Cowboys Gary Brown has died at the age of 52. Cowboys president and general manager Jerry Jones released a statement on Brown’s death, saying he had a “big heart partnered with a big smile and a big personality.” 1Gary Brown has passed away at the age of 52Credit: Getty “His energy and spirit were infectious. He lit up every room he walked into and touched the lives of those who knew him in such a positive way. Everyone who knew him, loved him. He meant so much to the players he coached and the coaches he coached with “His love for his family, football and life was evident each day. He continued to fight, and he never gave up. My family and the Dallas Cowboys family are heartbroken, and our love and support are with his wife, Kim, his daughters, Malena and Dorianna, and his son, Tre.” In college, Brown played for Penn State before being drafted by the Houston Oilers in 1991. He went on to play for the San...
    (CNN)Pro Football Hall of Famer and Dallas Cowboys icon Rayfield Wright died on Thursday at the age of 76, the Hall of Fame announced, citing his wife Di. Wright suffered a severe seizure and had been hospitalized for several days, the Hall of Fame said. "Over the past few weeks, it has become abundantly clear the love that so many Hall of Famers and others around the NFL felt toward Rayfield, his wife, Di, and the extended Wright family," Hall of Fame President Jim Porter said. "His gentle nature away from the game belied his commanding presence on the field. All fans, especially those of the Cowboys, will remember fondly his dominance on the offensive line in the 1970s and how he took protecting Dallas quarterbacks as his personal mission."We will guard his legacy in Canton with equal tenacity. The Hall of Fame Flag will fly at half-staff through Rayfield's services next Friday as a tribute to the many lives he touched."A seventh-round pick in the 1967 AFL-NFL Draft out of Fort Valley State College, Wright was an offensive tackle...
    Getty Jerry Jones is always willing to make a splash. Odell Beckham Jr. has been the talk of the NFL, and it did not take long for the Dallas Cowboys to be mentioned as a potential landing spot for the star receiver. CBS Sports’ Cody Benjamin has the Cowboys as the No. 7 team on his list of top ten landing spots for Beckham. “How spicy would this be? Dallas doesn’t need WR help, with Dak Prescott comfortably in the MVP conversation thanks to help from CeeDee Lamb and Amari Cooper,” Benjamin detailed. “OBJ also wouldn’t necessarily get an abundance of work in such a crowded room. But Michael Gallup has been banged up, and Jerry Jones could view this like an Antonio Brown-to-the-Buccaneers kind of move: a luxury addition to a Super Bowl-caliber lineup. As for Odell, what could be better than getting the America’s Team stage before a potential return to free agency, and maybe getting another shot at the Giants along the way?” ALL the latest Dallas Cowboys news straight to your inbox! Join...
    Dak Prescott signed a big contract with the Dallas Cowboys on Monday, keeping him with the team for at least the next four years. The terms of the deal were not officially disclosed. Prescott signed a four-year, $160 million deal that could pay up to $75 million in his first season, according to multiple reports. As word of the extension between the two parties got out, Prescott’s family was there to show support. CLICK HERE FOR MORE SPORTS COVERAGE ON FOXNEWS.COM "When your little brother gets the call. Let’s go @dak time to win the @dallascowboys a Super Bowl," Tad Prescott, the Cowboys quarterback’s brother, tweeted. Prescott’s dad, Nat Prescott, told the Dallas Morning-News: "I am a lifelong Cowboy fan and I raised the kid a Cowboy fan. At five years old he told me he will be a quarterback for the Cowboys. I don’t think God gives you those types of gifts to make them incomplete." DAK PRESCOTT, COWBOYS AGREE TO LUCRATIVE CONTRACT EXTENSION Last season, Dallas placed the franchise tag on Dak Prescott after they were unable to agree...
    FRISCO, Texas (CBSDFW.COM) – The Dallas Cowboys announced the passing of legendary head coach Tom Landry’s widow, Alicia Landry, on Friday, Jan. 22. She died on Thursday, Jan 21. She had turned 91 on Jan. 12. Alicia Landry (credit: CBSDFW.COM) In a statement on Twitter, the team said, “The Jones family and the Dallas Cowboys extend their deepest sympathies and heartfelt condolences to the Landry family on the passing of Alicia Landry.” Sending our deepest sympathies to the family & friends of Alicia Landry. pic.twitter.com/LycxkeiWWZ — Dallas Cowboys (@dallascowboys) January 22, 2021   Dignity Memorial posted the following obituary of Alicia Landry: Alicia Wiggs Landry went home to be with our Lord on January 21, 2021. Born in Elberton, Georgia on January 12, 1930 to Frances and Herbert Wiggs, she grew up in Dallas, attending Hockaday, Highland Park High School and the University of Texas at Austin. At UT, she joined Delta Delta Delta sorority. A sorority sister encouraged her to go on a blind date with a handsome UT football player named Tom Landry. It was a match...
    Getty Andy Dalton Andy Dalton navigated the 2020 campaign, his first and likely only with the Dallas Cowboys, under the assumption that he can rehab his downturned stock and return to full-time starting quarterback status sometime in the near future. Dalton accomplished the first half of his goal, and he sounds ready to complete the mission — ASAP. “There’s a lot to be decided this offseason. This is my first time being a free agent when the new league year starts, so I’ll go through the process of everything and weigh all of my options and see what I got,” he said after Sunday’s regular-season finale, per the team’s official website. “I’ve really enjoyed my time in Dallas. Just a good chance to play back at home where I’ve had a lot of family and friends that are able to come to games. I’m very thankful for the opportunity that I had this year, with the ability to play and just put some tape out there. So I’ll see how everything goes, and when that time comes and...
    (CNN)Tributes have been pouring in for the Dallas Cowboys' strength and conditioning coach Markus Paul, 54, who died Wednesday after experiencing a medical emergency unrelated to Covid-19 at the team's headquarters. During the Cowboys' Thanksgiving Day game against the Washington Football Team, each player wore a sticker with Paul's initials on his helmet. Players also joined hands and knelt before kickoff."Markus meant a lot to so many people and he made an impact on so many people," Cowboys quarterback Andy Dalton said after his team's 41-16 loss. #DallasCowboys wearing "MP" sticker to honor Markus Paul ???? pic.twitter.com/NtTOYTuCIU— Dallas Cowboys (@dallascowboys) November 26, 2020 "And I think for us, just having a chance to talk about it, remember him and just talk about ways that he has helped mentor us and just the way he was as a man, the way he lived his life, I think that's what made him so special as a person," Dalton said. "And so you feel for the team, you feel for his family, you feel for everybody involved and our prayers are out for...
    Loading the player... The strength and conditioning coordinator for the Dallas Cowboys died yesterday after experiencing a medical emergency.  Markus Paul, who was 54, had been with the team since 2018.  Markus Paul, the Dallas Cowboys’ 54-year-old strength and conditioning coordinator, died Wednesday after a medical emergency, according to the team. Paul had been at work in Frisco, Texas when his emergency occurred. Team medical personnel assisted him, and he was transported to Plano Presbyterian Hospital. His family was able to be at his side there when he passed away.  His cause of death has not been announced.  Read More: Nurse, 70, who came out of retirement to teach during pandemic dies from COVID-19 “The loss of a family member is a tragedy, and Markus Paul was a loved and valued member of our family,” Jerry Jones, the Cowboys’ owner and general manager, said in a statement. “He was a pleasant and calming influence in our strength room and throughout The Star.” “His passion for his work and his enthusiasm for life earned him great respect and admiration from...
    DALLAS Cowboys strength and condition coach Markus Paul died Wednesday at the age of 54 - just a day after he was rushed to the hospital from team practice. Paul was taken to the Plano Presbyterian Hospital on Tuesday morning after experiencing a "medical emergency", a team statement said. 4Strength and conditioning coach Markus Paul died Wednesday after being rushed to the hospital Tuesday morning Paul died surrounded by his family Wednesday evening. A cause of death has not been announced. Cowboys owner and general manager Jerry Jones paid tribute to Paul and his work on the NFL team. "The loss of a family member is a tragedy, and Markus Paul was a loved and valued member of our family," Jones said in a statement. "He was a pleasant and calming influence in our strength room and throughout The Star." "His passion for his work and his enthusiasm for life earned him great respect and admiration from all our players and the entire organization," Jones said. "We offer our love and support to his family in this...
    DALLAS Cowboys strength and condition coach Markus Paul died Wednesday at the age of 54, just a day after he was rushed to the hospital. Paul was rushed to the Plano Presbyterian Hospital Tuesday morning after experiencing a medical emergency Paul died surrounded by his family Wednesday evening. A cause of death has not been announced. Cowboys owner and general manager Jerry Jones paid tribute to Paul and his work on the football team. "The loss of a family member is a tragedy, and Markus Paul was a loved and valued member of our family," Jones said in a statement. "He was a pleasant and calming influence in our strength room and throughout The Star." "His passion for his work and his enthusiasm for life earned him great respect and admiration from all our players and the entire organization," Jones said. "We offer our love and support to his family in this very difficult time." "Our hearts are broken for his family and all of the individuals whose lives he touched and made better," he ended. More to follow... For...
    Getty Cowboys helmet Markus Paul, the Dallas Cowboys‘ head strength and conditioning coordinator and a revered coach around the NFL landscape, died on Wednesday, the team announced. He was 54. “The loss of a family member is a tragedy, and Markus Paul was a loved and valued member of our family,” Cowboys owner Jerry Jones said in a statement released to the media. “He was a pleasant and calming influence in our strength room and throughout The Star. His passion for his work and his enthusiasm for life earned him great respect and admiration from all of our players and the entire organization. We offer our love and support to his family in this very difficult time. Our hearts are broken for his family and all of the individuals whose lives he touched and made better.” “We extend our love, strength, and support to Markus’ family during this most challenging of times and ask that their privacy be respected moving forward,” head coach Mike McCarthy said. “Markus Paul was a leader in...
    Dallas Cowboys strength and conditioning coach Markus Paul passed away Wednesday. Paul had been hospitalized Tuesday after receiving emergency medical treatment by the football team’s medical team, according to a press release. Paul later passed away at a local hospital. Cowboys’ strength and conditioning coach Markus Paul, a part of five Super Bowl champions as a safety for the Bears and a coach for the Patriots, Jets and Giants, has passed away. He was 54. pic.twitter.com/yjBtoqDjET — Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) November 25, 2020 “We extend our love, strength and support to Markus’ family during this most challenging of times and ask that their privacy be respected moving forward,” Cowboys head coach Mike McCarthy said in a statement, according to ESPN’s Adam Schefter. “He was a pleasant and calming influence in our strength room and throughout The Star. His passion for his work and his enthusiasm for life earned him great respect and admiration from all of our players and the entire organization.” (RELATED: REPORT: Dallas Cowboys Say Coach Markus Paul Experienced A Medical Emergency After Report That He Died...
    FRISCO, Texas (CBSDFW.COM) – Dallas Cowboys Strength and Conditioning Coordinator Markus Paul passed away Wednesday evening, Nov. 25, the day after he experienced a medical emergency at the team’s headquarters in Frisco. Paul was surrounded by his family when he passed away. The cause of death is not yet known. Dallas Cowboys Strength and Conditioning Coach Markus Paul (Source: Dallas Cowboys Web Site) The medical emergency happened shortly before 7:30 a.m. Tuesday. Paul was immediately treated by Cowboys medical personnel and transported to Plano Presbyterian Hospital by ambulance. The organization extends its prayers and support to the Paul family, and the team will recognize and remember Markus, a valued and loved member of the Cowboys Family, prior to the Thanksgiving Day game Thursday afternoon, the team said in a news release. STATEMENT FROM COWBOYS OWNER JERRY JONES: “The loss of a family member is a tragedy, and Markus Paul was a loved and valued member of our family. He was a pleasant and calming influence in our strength room and throughout The Star. His passion for his work and his...
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