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Topic - Bradie James
Bradie James is retiring with the Dallas Cowboys after the linebacker spent nine of his 10 seasons with the team that drafted him in 2003.
Within a few days of working for Rob Ryan, the defensive players on the Dallas Cowboys were thrilled with their new boss.
Dallas Cowboys running back Marion Barber has been ruled out of Sunday's game at Indianapolis with a calf injury, and linebacker Keith Brooking is questionable with a foot problem.
How 'bout them Cowboys?
Bradie James and Keith Brooking got used to the routine of having different players beside them on the field until the inside linebackers came together in the middle of the Dallas Cowboys' 3-4 defense.
"Yeah, we give him a hard time all of the time because he only practices one time," said James, who is going into his eighth NFL season is five years behind Brooking. "I think I'm supposed to really pay attention to that. If I'm fortunate enough to play that long, I need to be doing the same things he's doing."
"I've been around other linebackers, every year seems like we had a new one. I didn't know how the ego would be, guys would say the right things in front of the cameras but it'd be different when we get in the locker room," James said.