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The umpire at the center of the Trent Williams case has been suspended by the NFL for his actions last week. Details here.
An NFL game official was suspended Friday for one game without pay for making "a profane and derogatory statement" to a Washington Redskins player, an incident that has led to a call for NFL players to stop using the N-word on the field and in the locker room.
Fifty years later, the decision by Pete Rozelle — the man who helped usher the NFL into its place today in America as the national passion — to allow football to be played while feelings were still so raw over JFK's death is still a dark cloud over his legacy.
While saying he was "disappointed" in a 5-5 record that has dropped the Cowboys out of the top spot in the NFC East for the first time this season, Jones said Garrett will return in 2014 regardless of whether the Cowboys end their three-year playoff drought.
London Fletcher knows a thing or two about being a leader in an NFL locker room.
Jason Garrett will start the stretch run in pursuit of his first trip to the playoffs on the same field where he debuted as coach of the Dallas Cowboys three years ago.
Comcast SportsNet has learned that umpire Roy Ellison will not be suspended following his alleged incident with Trent Williams during last Sunday's game.
"You don't say anything to the guys when it comes to that [leadership]," Griffin said. "The second you start changing and letting what outside people say affect what you do is the time that guys start to not believe in you. So you don't do that. You go out to practice every day ready to work."
Thirteen-year veteran Santana Moss says Robert Griffin III should have accepted more responsibility for the Redskins' loss in Philadelphia.