roof collapse Archive
According to a USA TODAY article, Cowboys owner Jerry Jones spoke up about Tony Romo: “Contrary to some, I think he’s a natural leader.” “I think his leadership role will naturally foment; his position and his talent at that
As the investigation regarding the Cowboys practice facility collapse continues, new information has surfaced that reveals the Cowboys knew about another tent collapse with the same company, but contracted with them anyway. ESPN.com writes, The Dallas Cowboys
As the investigation continues into the roof collapse of the Cowboys practice facility, ESPN is reporting that investigators have now stumbled upon a strange twist. According to their report, a consultant who helped the Dallas Cowboys with
We don’t really know too much about Rich Behm. He doesn’t talk in press conferences or pre-game shows. But as one big Cowboys family, his injury definitely hit home and we all sympathized with him and his
Dallas Morning News reported that Michael Irvin’s premiere party for his reality TV show has been postponed in wake of the tradegy that occurred last weekend in Dallas. They were supposed to have a glitzy premiere party
According to a report in the Dallas Morning News, the Dallas Cowboys applied last year for a building permit to replace the high-tension fabric roof on the indoor practice facility that collapsed Saturday and injured 12 people.
Rather than discussing the rookie mini camp and what we may have found in our young players, we are all concerned and praying for the Cowboys staff who were affected by the tragedy over the weekend. It certainly
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
A cameraman captures the carnage at the moment of impact. Watch as the tragedy unfolds and how everyone scrambled to help the fallen and the injured.
Ten people were transported to the hospital and two more were treated as walk-ins after the Cowboys’ indoor facility collapsed today, according to Irving assistant fire chief Rusty Wilson. At least two of the injuries are considered