FRISCO -- Jason Witten's reported to a lot of Cowboys offseason activities. Fifteen years worth, to be exact. But until this year, the Pro Bowl tight end hadn't shown up without Tony Romo on the roster. Let the nostalgia kick in. "When I reflect on it, this offseason is really the first chance I probably had it hit me," Witten said at Cowboys minicamp. "The roles change a little bit, now that I'm a little older and a big brother in a lot of ways." The transition to Dak Prescott's offense began early in 2016, after Romo went down in the preseason with an L-1 compression fracture. The Cowboys offense took off under Dak Prescott's leadership. Witten took off with it. He caught 69 balls for 673 yards
You probably know the story by now: At the Warriors' championship parade, Steve Kerr forgot to mention Steph Curry during his time with the microphone. A couple days later, Kerr apologized and called himself an idiot. On Wednesday, Kerr joined Tim Kawakami on the TK Show and doubled down. "Everything we do is based on Steph," Kerr reiterated. "From the very beginning of this run, Steph was the guy who started it ... I feel like our foundation is built around not only his talent, but his character, his selflessness, his joy, his work ethic. "Literally our offensive system is built around the chaos that he creates for defenses. I've never seen a player who elicited so much of a defensive schematic
The four-star 2018 defensive end recruit stressed his shirt is not meant to target police brutality alone, but black-on-black crime as well.