Glauber's NFL Hot Reads
Newsday's Bob Glauber goes the extra yard for the inside scoop on the NFL.
There's nothing like a good Internet hoax to get the day started.
A false report that's gained some traction on Twitter is claiming that Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo has broken both of this legs.
The faux story comes from a seemingly legitimate news site called Global Associated News. But one quick look at the URL the site displays (http://tony.romo.mediafetcher.com/news/top_stories/football_car_crash.php?location=Dallasimmediately)...Read more »
And then there were 12.
The NFL regular season ended Sunday, which means one thing: the playoffs are coming up quickly. And even though the Jets and Giants aren't playing into 2013, that doesn't mean that you can't enjoy some quality football this January.
Below are the matchups for each playoff game, with time (EST) and TV channel. We'll update them as the postseason progresses:
Wild...Read more »
Stacee McWilliams, an eyewitness to the aftermath of the car accident that killed former Dallas Cowboys player Jerry Brown, told the Dallas Morning News that Josh Brent is no hero in her eyes.
Brent, who was accused of driving drunk with Brown in the passenger seat, didn't try to get his friend out of the flipped car until McWilliams begged him to, McWilliams said.
"Josh Brent is...Read more »
There has been plenty of speculation about Jason Garrett’s job security as head coach of the Cowboys, but the people who will decide Garrett’s fate don’t seem all that concerned.
Cowboys executive vice president Stephen Jones, son of team owner Jerry Jones, said at practice today it’s “ridiculous” to wonder about whether Garrett is on the hot seta.
Asked if Garrett was coaching for his...Read more »
Cowboys wide receiver Dez Bryant faces a potential suspension in the wake of his arrest over the weekend on misdemeanor charges for assault after a scuffle with his mother Saturday afternoon at her home in DeSoto, Texas.
If convicted, Bryant faces up to a year in jail and a $4,000 fine, and also might be suspended by NFL commissioner Roger Goodell under the league’s personal conduct policy.
According...Read more »