Flying Low

As a die-hard Cowboys fan, I am loving the World Cup, 11-hour games at Wimbledon, and King James taking up all the airtime.

Long gone are the days of T.O. falling asleep in meetings and doing crunches in his driveway.

As far as I know, not one player and/or coach is being investigated by any police department. To my knowledge, not one player and/or coach is being investigated by any college athletic commission.

If there is controversy in Dallas, I haven’t heard of it.

Oh, wait, Tony almost played in a golf tournament – whew, did that almost destroy the whole team!

I forgot, a Facebook joke made by Miles about a true NFL first-round bust almost destroyed the whole season!

Don’t forget about Patrick requesting a release!

By the way, I only speak with the sincerest of sarcasm. Flying under the radar is where this current Dallas team likes to be.  Flying under the radar is where this Dallas team needs to be.

We, as well as the rest of the league all know they’re still there … keep up the good work!

Tragedy in Dallas: Team Scout Paralyzed

The Cowboys issued a release moments ago announcing that Rich Behm, a scouting assistant, sustained a fracture to the thoracic spine that caused a severing of his spinal cord and permanent paralysis from the waist down. Behm underwent surgery Saturday night and  remains at Parkland Hospital in stable condition, according to reports.

Jerry Jones and coach Wade Phillips spent a large part of Saturday night/Sunday morning with the Behm family. More coaches and players visited the hospital today.

Jones released this statement:

“To the Behm family we extend our love, comfort, and the full support of every person and resource within the organization, Rich is a courageous member of our family and someone for whom we care deeply. We ask for all friends and fans of the Dallas Cowboys to join us in embracing him and his family with their thoughts and prayers at this very difficult time.”

Very sad news for the Cowboys family.