Bradie James

#53LB,
Height: 6' 2"
Weight: 240
Born:
College: LSU
Birth Place: Monroe, Louisiana
Draft: 2003 4th round (6th pick) by the
  • What Tony Romo told Jason Witten after Cowboys started winning with Dak Prescott 
    SportsDay

    What Tony Romo told Jason Witten after Cowboys started winning with Dak Prescott 

    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

  • Deion Sanders goes on shopping spree in Tyler to benefit April tornado victims | Kindness
    Dallas Morning News

    Deion Sanders goes on shopping spree in Tyler to benefit April tornado victims | Kindness

    The former Dallas Cowboy's $10,000 shopping spree was part of a challenge sponsored by RetailMeNot. The items will be donated to the Salvation Army to benefit victims of April's tornadoes in Van Zandt County. The Hall of Famer's shopping team was rounded out by two of his sons, Deion Jr., 23, and Shedeur, 15. 

  • Steelers find offensive balance under OC Todd Haley
    Steelers Wire3 hours ago

    Steelers find offensive balance under OC Todd Haley

    For NFL teams, the ability to run a balanced offense is a goal most coaches strive for each year. While there are a few teams that favor a pass-heavy system or a run focused attack, those who can run a more balanced offense are less predictable and less dependent on specific players. Known to many outsiders as a run-first team, the Steelers identity was that of a running team for decades until Ben Roethlisberger arrived in Pittsburgh. With Bruce Arians calling the plays the Steelers became a pass-heavy offense, to the displeasure of ownership and balance still eluded them. Under Todd Haley, it appears the team has found the right ratio between run and pass, one that made the Steelers the most