Tony Romo appeared to hurt his back. Great block by Zeke, but certainly not what the Cowboys want to see pic.twitter.com/21rt9cUjp2
— Jon Machota (@jonmachota) August 26, 2016
Cowboys Lose Practice Game, Survive Romo Scare. The Seattle Seahawks beat Dallas, 27-17, but the final score was irrelevant since it’s still preseason. What really worried fans was seeing Tony Romo hit the turf with a back injury on the third play of the game, even if afterward the quarterback said he feels fine. Romo missed 12 games last season because of a twice-broken collarbone. On the plus side, rookie Ezekiel Elliott and backup QB Dak Prescott turned in encouraging performances.
Ezekiel Elliott Visits Pot Store. Marijuana is legal in the state of Washington, but its use remains banned by the NFL. That’s why Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones called a TMZ video of Elliott visiting a Seattle dispensary “not good.”
Dallas ISD Board Elects New Officers. In what looks like fallout from last week’s contentious vote on the proposal to put a tax increase on the November ballot, district trustees voted to replace flip-flopping board president Lew Blackburn (who voted against the tax vote after publicly supporting it) with Dan Micciche.
Judge Throws Juror in Jail. Gregory Duc allegedly tried to get out of serving on a civil court jury by claiming he has a bias against nurses. He was slapped with a contempt order by Judge Gena Slaughter after his “tone and body language indicated general hostility.” Duc spent 24 hours in the Dallas County clink.Read More