Last Thursday America’s collective eyes were turned to Dallas where a gunman fired upon officers, killing five of them.
Since that time many in the Dallas community – and the Dallas Cowboys sub-community – have given time and money to assist the victims of the shooting.
Two of those who are devoting time and money are former Cowboys tight end Jay Novacek and his wife Amy. They join CowboysCast host Bobby Belt this week to discuss their upcoming July 24th fundraiser to help the victims and their families. That important visit is here ...
The above is a bonus CowboysCast, important due to the circumstance. Want a football-related CowboysCast? We've got that, too, featuring a Super Bowl-winning teammate of Novacek's (and information on another Cowboys-led effort to help Dallas' grieving ...)
Will the Cowboys turn to a familiar face to fill the void left by Rolando McClain’s suspension?
Rumors ran rampant on Monday that the Cowboys may be kicking the tires on former Dallas linebacker Justin Durant. Mike Fisher joins CowboysCast Host Bobby Belt on this week’s show to talk about the possibility and talk about what kind of locker-room presence Durant could provide.
And how are Tony Romo and one Dallas restaurant looking to help the families of victims of Thursday’s tragedy in Dallas? Fish has the latest.
Plus, Darrin Smith was one of the fastest and talented linebackers in the NFL when he was chasing down the opposing team for Dallas in the mid-90s. Darrin stops by to share his memories of the 90s Cowboys and talk about his present work with Big Brothers Big Sisters of America.
It’s all here on this week’s CowboysCast!