Jimmy Johnson has been elected to the Pro Football Hall of Fame. He who coached the Dallas Cowboys to two Super Bowl championships in the 1990s. The hall announced his selection as part of a centennial class that was chosen on Wednesday by a special committee. Former Pittsburgh Steelers coach Bill Cowher was revealed Saturday night as the other coach being inducted. Johnson was a successful college coach at Oklahoma State and Miami, where he won a national championship in 1987, before being hired in 1989 by new Cowboys owner Jerry Jones.
By SCHUYLER DIXON AP Pro Football Writer ARLINGTON, Texas (AP) — John Brown became the first Buffalo receiver to throw a touchdown pass immediately after quarterback Josh Allen turned a fourth-down fumble into a first down, and […]
By SCHUYLER DIXON, the Associated Press Andy Dalton essentially says a season of backing up Dak Prescott with the Dallas Cowboys is halftime of his career. The 32-year-old former Cincinnati starter doesn’t expect to play […]
The Dallas Cowboys drafted former Oklahoma Sooners receiver CeeDee Lamb with the 17th overall pick in Round 1 of the 2020 NFL Draft Thursday evening. Lamb left the Sooners with the most career receptions of […]