IRVING, Texas – At Sunday’s Pro Bowl, L.P. Ladouceur will be a lone wolf.
He is the only member of the Dallas Cowboys not to be on Team Irvin, where Tony Romo, DeMarco Murray, Jason Witten, Tyron Smith, Zack Martin and Travis Frederick reside. Ladouceur is on Team Carter, coached by the Baltimore Ravens staff.
Regardless, he is just happy to be at the Pro Bowl.
“After 10 years, to get a little reward like this, it’s a little cherry on top of the Sunday for me,” Ladouceur said.
IRVING, Texas -- Throughout the years, we have heard countless teammates rave about Dallas Cowboys tight end Jason Witten.
This past season, we heard Dez Bryant and DeMarco Murray talk about Witten’s impact on them as players and men. We heard Tony Romo say Witten might be the best Cowboy of all time. Jason Garrett called Witten the best tight end in football for the past decade.
On Thursday, I pulled aside New Orleans Saints tight end Jimmy Graham after a Pro Bowl practice and asked about Witten.
IRVING, Texas – With the NFL submerged in Deflategate, thanks to the New England Patriots, there is a another “scandal” brewing and it is in regards to It-was-a-catch-gate.
With nothing but time on his hands, Terry Hendrix, who is incarcerated in a Colorado correctional facility, has filed a lawsuit against the NFL seeking more than $88 billion.
According to WFAA.com in Dallas, Hendrix named Commissioner Roger Goodell, vice president of officiating Dean Blandino and referee Gene Steratore in his suit for “negligence, breach of fiduciary duty and also reckless disregard,” after Dez Bryant’s fourth-down catch was overturned by replay late in the fourth quarter of the Dallas Cowboys’ loss to the Green Bay Packers.