Ryan Miller

#78T,
Height: 6' 7"
Weight: 320
Born:
College: Colorado
Birth Place: Littleton, Colorado
Draft: 2012 5th round (25th pick) by the
  • ProFootball Talk on NBC Sports

    CBS producer believes Tony Romo will be the next John Madden

    CBS is obviously quite excited about the addition of former Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo to their broadcast booth. The network is so happy to have him that Romo is going to get his first appearance in the booth during this weekend’s PGA Tour stop at the Dean and DeLuca Invitational at Colonial Country Club in Fort Worth, Texas. According to Clarence Hill of the Fort Worth Star-Telegram, CBS producer Lance Barrow announced at a gala for the tournament Monday night that Romo would make his CBS debut this week in the booth at the 18th hole.

  • Southlake park plaque etched with racist remarks | Crime
    Dallas Morning News

    Southlake park plaque etched with racist remarks | Crime

    A plaque at a Southlake park was taken down after it was vandalized with racist remarks.  The park on Grand Avenue was named after Frank Edgar Cornish IV, an offensive lineman who played for several NFL teams including two stints with the Dallas Cowboys. Cornish died in Southlake in 2008 at 40. Mayor Laura Hill said on Facebook that she was "shocked and saddened" to learn what had been etched into the sign, and added that "this type of racist behavior has no place in Southlake, and no place in our society." The Parks and Recreation department removed the vandalized sign with crowbars, but it will be replaced with a new sign.  "Please talk to your families tonight let's all demand that racism

  • The writing's on the wall for a Cowboys split from Orlando Scandrick 
    SportsDay

    The writing's on the wall for a Cowboys split from Orlando Scandrick 

    SportsDayDFW's "Ballzy" podcast host Kevin Sherrington and The Ticket's Sean Bass talk Cowboys OTAs with SportsDay Cowboys insider Brandon George. Here are some of the highlights: Don't miss an episode: La'el Collin's move wasn't about him Bass: La'el Collins has been working exclusively at right tackle in the offseason. Will that be his permanent spot? George: La'el Collins told our David Moore he'd been working at right tackle in the offseason and that's not a big surprise because the talent level this guy had. But at the same time, you look at Chaz Green: They really wanted him to win the job ... a third-round pick a few years ago, been injured a couple times. He's still going to have a chance