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Brian Bearden tackles big sports topics and covers news on his podcast. Ask a question or leave a comment so we can add it to our podcast. ... Golf Sponsor: http://OldSchoolCaddie.club
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Former 49ers QB Colin Kaepernick has been a topic in Philadelphia, which has injury problems at quarterback. Kaepernick released video: “5 a.m. Five days a week. For three years. Still ready.” Kaepernick (4-2 in playoff games) took San Francisco to NFC Championship two seasons in a row and the 2013 Super Bowl, which the Niners dropped to Baltimore. Stay tuned
The Dallas Cowboys found out their new pass rusher will miss the first two games in 2019, not because of hand surgery, but because he has been suspended. The Cowboys also made two cuts and picked up two players to get ready for preseason football game against San Francisco 49ers. Sponsored by Old School Caddie golf club store
Ohio State has Georgia transfer Justin Fields as top quarterback in camp after the Buckeyes’ QB went to the NFL and two other QB’s left for Miami and TCU. Check out today’s college football news
Dallas Cowboys defensive end Robert Quinn injured his hand during pass rushing drills going up against Pro Bowl tackle Tyron Smith. Quinn, the former Miami Dolphin, is not expected to miss Cowboys opener against New York Giants on Sept. 8 ... QB Dak has nice completions to his tight ends ... Rookie LB Luke Gifford dislocated a finger in practice.
Musician and business leader Saul Kaye discusses Art Williams coaching philosophy of “All you can do is all you can do.” Check it out
Cole Beasley is expected to sign with Buffalo Bills. Beasley caught 319 passes in Dallas for 23 touchdowns and 3,271 yards
In Los Angeles, C.J. Anderson rushed for 123 yards and Todd Gurley ran for 115 to push the LA Rams over the Dallas Cowboys, 30-22, on Saturday in the NFC Divisional round playoff game 🏈 ... listen in as Coach Jason Garrett and Quarterback Dak Prescott discuss the Rams’ victory. ... with the trademark “Turn out the Lights” sung by “Dandy” Don Meredith, former Dallas Cowboys and SMU Mustangs quarterback, and Howard Cosell via old school Monday Night Football broadcast.
The Dallas Cowboys beat the Seattle Seahawks, 24-22, to open the playoffs. QB Dak Prescott leads Cowboys to 14 points in fourth quarter despite injuries to three receivers. Check in with Coach Jason Garrett and Dak Prescott as the Cowboys advance.
Baylor quarterback Charlie Brewer passes for 384 yards and two touchdowns in a 45-38 win over Vanderbilt at NRG stadium in Houston. Brewer also ran for 109 yards and a touchdown in the Texas Bowl victory. Trestan Ebner scored on a 34-yard run and on a 75-yard pass play. Brewer hit Marques Jones for a 52-yard scoring strike with 1:50 remaining for a 45-38 win
Dallas received a scare two plays into the game when Tyrone Crawford left the field and went to the hospital with a neck injury. The Cowboys said defensive lineman Tyrone Crawford had a neck scan and MRI on Sunday but results were negative. Dallas’ defense had three sacks and held the Bucs to 68 yards rushing. The division - champion Cowboys (9-6) have run off a 6-1 mark after starting off 3-5. The Cowboys play next at the New York Giants on Sunday in the regular - season finale.
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