Troy Bergeron

#11WR,
Height: 6' 2"
Weight: 195
Born:
College: Middle Tennessee State
Birth Place: Columbus, Georgia
Draft: Undrafted
  • ABC News

    Taco Charlton gets deal with Mexican restaurant chain

    When Taco Charlton got drafted by the Dallas Cowboys, it seemed likely that a Mexican restaurant was going to make a deal with the former University of Michigan defensive end. "We had meetings with a bunch of restaurants that sell tacos and we were looking for a long-term relationship," Charlton's agent, Joel Segal, said. The winner of the sweepstakes to land Charlton was revealed Tuesday, and Taco Bueno prevailed. The 3,000-employee company has more than 180 stores in seven states, but roughly half of those restaurants are within the Dallas-Fort Worth metro area. "I actually fell asleep towards the back end of the first round of the draft," Taco Bueno CEO Mike Roper said. "But when I woke up

  • POLL: Which Barry Sanders' TD run was the most dominant?
    Lions Wire

    POLL: Which Barry Sanders' TD run was the most dominant?

    On Tuesday, NFL.com posted a clip of the “most dominant” touchdown runs of all time; naturally Detroit Lions Hall of Fame tailback Barry Sanders was included. But as wonderful as his spinning New England Patriots safety Harlon Barnett all the way around was, was that really Sanders’ “most dominant” touchdown run? Lions Wire contributors, readers and Detroit fans of all stripes posted their favorites on Twitter, and now it’s up to you to decide which run was actually Barry’s best. First, there’s the one NFL.com selected, the 1994 run against the Pats. Here’s the standout moment in super-slow motion: Several of you mentioned this one against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, where he met two-time First

  • Emmitt Smith hopes DFW Airport jersey shop takes off  | Sports Business
    Dallas Morning News

    Emmitt Smith hopes DFW Airport jersey shop takes off  | Sports Business

    The airport shop would be located near gate C-27.  DFW News Connection and the Dallas Cowboys Pro Shop will be leaving that spot and Emmitt Smith Sports would replace them. No specific opening date was announced, assuming the shop is approved by the 12-member board.  Smith submitted the bid along with a group called HG DFW Retailers P7 JV, which hopes to open a kiosk and another retail outlet at the airport, said an airport spokeswoman.  It was not immediately clear what, besides apparel, the shop would sell.  The NFL's all-time leading rusher and a key component of the Dallas Cowboys offense for 13 seasons, Smith has become keenly interested in sports memorabilia, especially in helping fans