The gigantic video board at Jerry World has claimed another victim: this Arkansas player, who while sitting on the bench was staring up at it while an errant (or, maybe, thrown away) pass headed directly toward his face.
The Cowboys don't play a lot of late afternoon games. But when they do, AT&T Stadium is perfectly primed to capture the low rays of the sun in striking, often distracting ways.
The Gold Cup semifinals will be held tomorrow at Cowboys Stadium, and if early photos are any indication, it's going to be an embarrassing shitshow for everyone involved. How bad? That photo is a pile of green sand to cover up the holes in the grass.
Willie Amendola, father of Patriots receiver Danny, has filed a lawsuit in Dallas County court. It names as defendant Cowboys Stadium, which is operated by Jerry Jones, and seeks at least $1 million for injuries and "great personal anguish and embarrassment" caused when Amendola was run over by a sentient golf cart…
For nearly two decades, Sports Illustrated has stirred the tea leaves to discern a weekly Sign of the Apocalypse. Deadspin salutes the magazine's ongoing effort to cover the end of times but declines to cede the scoop on the biggest event in world history.
When Brandon Marshall called Chicago's win over the Cowboys two weeks ago—at Cowboys Stadium—a "home game", he wasn't kidding. The Bears jumped out to an early lead, never looked back, and received an increasing percentage of the cheers as the game went on.
Sure, Cowboys Stadium may be a billion-dollar shrine to
football, but even with the new Victoria's Secret store it seems they have a bit of a problem with pest control. EWWW.
How long were you on this planet before you realized that hot things hurt, and you shouldn't touch them? A few months? A year or two, tops? So when you see a black marble bench, baking in a summer Texas sun on a 101-degree day, maybe you think, hey, it's probably hot, I shouldn't sit there. And even if you sit down,…
Tipster Patrick sends along notice that there will be the first ever PJ party on the Cowboys Stadium field this evening, beginning at 6 p.m. Dallas time.
About 1250 fans ticketed for temporary seating areas found out before the game that, oops, the seats declared unsafe by the fire marshal. The NFL took good care of them though, to the point where the other 102,000 fans at the game ought to be jealous.
At least seven people were injured outside Cowboys Stadium after being struck by chunks of ice. Most stadium entrances have now been blocked off. [Dallas Morning News]
Because no one reads the newspaper, and SportsCenter's anchors are too perky for this early in the morning, Deadspin combs the best of the broadsheets and internets to bring you everything you need to know to start your day
ARLINGTON, Texas —When Jesus returns, he will surely return to the 50-yard line of Cowboys Stadium, descending bodily on the fog-machine-assisted sun rays streaming through the windows just above the mighty Ford logo, but below the American flag.
The titillating yet kind of gross video caused a bit of a stir yesterday, so it was natural that the young lady's identity would become a topic of discussion. Our first clue: the oft-lifted shirt.
Preceded by fireworks (and onlookers paying an admission fee), the 39-year-old Texas Stadium was reduced to rubble this morning. Jerry Jones is a secular Shiva: destroying, in order to re-create.