Hey, Quincy Carter. How are things since you have been cut from the Cowboys?
Not good I’m betting. It seems ol Quicy just can’t seem to stay sober.
Authorities say former Dallas Cowboys quarterback Quincy Carter was arrested early Friday on a drunken-driving charge in South Texas.
One of the things about life I have learned is, if you think you have had it bad, take a minute to look around. There is always someone else fighting their battles. I saw this story and just had to let you see it as well.
The men crewed 50-calibers through Iraq neighborhoods, survived roadside bomb blasts, attended memorial services for buddies.
Now they were being asked to cut cattle, on foot, in front of one another and a handful of real cowboys. It’s safe to say there wasn’t exactly a rush to start.
Everyone get ready, Michael Vick is about to get released from prison. Bring those dogs in the house as Michael will be hitting the streets very soon.
A government official says imprisoned NFL star Michael Vick has been approved for release to home confinement.
Vick’s lawyers have said they expected him to be moved any day into a halfway house in Newport News, Va. But the official says there’s no bed space, so Vick could be released to his Hampton, Va. home as soon as May 21st.
The official has knowledge of the case but requested anonymity because the individual was not authorized to discuss the matter publicly. The official says Vick will be on electronic monitoring and will only be allowed to leave home for activities approved by his probation officer.
The former Atlanta Falcons quarterback is serving a 23-month sentence at the federal penitentiary in Leavenworth, Kan., for a dogfighting conspiracy.
Hopefully, Michael has learned something since being in jail and perhaps now, he can help other people “take a bite out of crime.” Sorry, I couldn’t resist.
Official says Vick OK’d for home confinement (Dallas Morning News)
My mother was a widow and raised us 5 kids mostly by herself. I never thought of myself as a poor kid because we had a roof over our heads and had food to eat. I had two pair of jeans that I wore on alternate days and never thought anything else about it. We knew there were families that had much less when it came to food and housing.
Filed under health, Sports
It’s been pretty well documented about my heart problems since last July.
For a number of reasons, I want to share what happened in detail this past Monday when I had to enter the hospital again. I think it’s not only important for my family, but you my friends, may get some information you can use here.
There are many conflicting stories coming out of Valley Ranch with Jerry Jones and company. Stories are really being exchanged now that free agency will begin this Friday.
The NFL is entering the last year of the salary cap under the current collective bargaining agreement, so Jones is getting ready for 2010, when he believes there won’t be a cap.
First, Jerry says the Cowboys won’t do much this year in free agency. And then we get this story about how there is a supposed gag order at Valley Ranch and everything comes through him for Cowboys information.
Then, we get this story this morning about how DeMarcus Ware is saying Ray Lewis wants to be a Cowboy? And then this item saying no way Ray Lewis is coming to the DFW Metroplex.
So which is it Jerry? Which story do you want us to buy at this point? Do you ever wonder why your credibility is questioned?
It hurts me to say this, but my Dallas Cowboys are really becoming the NFL’s version of the Barnum and Bailey Circus except the circus doesn’t have a billion dollar arena that residents of Arlington are paying for. But the Cowboys do have plenty of tight rope acts.
So here we go for our Sunday morning/early afternoon workout. Man is this fun or what?
I had to show you all this video. It was playing on the very large HD TVs in the cafe. The obvious effect it has on an individual is what I would call obvious, and the feeling and sensation of feeling great is just awesome…
So imagine yourself on a tread mill and looking up and seeing this video and hearing this music as you work those legs, and work those abs.
Oh yeah, it’s great to be alive.
AUSTIN, Texas – A.J. Abrams scored 18 of Texas’ final 20 points Saturday night, leading the Longhorns to a 73-68 upset of No. 2 Oklahoma, which had to play most of the game without leading scorer and rebounder Blake Griffin after he sustained a concussion in the first half.