As we reported earlier this week, Deon Anderson was arrested do to traffic warrants. It seems as though things have gotten a little deeper since Deon was charged with misdemeanor deadly conduct after allegedly pulling a gun on a valet staff member outside of an Addison, TX restaurant.
Anderson has been quoted as being unsure of his job security and you have to believe his career is in jeopardy.
The Cowboys are a year removed from a successful locker room spring-cleaning and this is the very thing that Jerry Jones said he was trying to get rid of. With Anderson facing a year in jail, you have to believe his time to go is now.
Matt Stover’s Childhood Dream Could Come True
Matt Stover is a 20-year-veteran NFL kicker. After growing up in Dallas, none of his pro games have been played as a Cowboy. Despite Stover’s age, he is still a pretty reliable kicker, finishing the season 9 of 11 with a long of 43 and a 93 percent career accuracy rating.
One thing that is starting to rust on Stover is his kickoffs, which has limited his looks from other teams. He was signed to Indianapolis after an injury to Adam Vinatieri and has proved he still has some gas left in the tank.
Being a Dallas native, his long held dream has been to play for the Dallas Cowboys, something he’s joked about still wanting with reporters from Miami this week.
Stover will be a free agent this year. Could it be time for some veteran assistance on field goals next year?
Super Bowl Memories
In a game where Tony Dorsett and Roger Staubach both suffered injuries, the Doomsday Defense was able to prevail against the Orange Crush Denver Bronco’s. The Cowboys forced four fumbles that day and Morton threw 4 interceptions as the Dallas Cowboys rolled through this Super Bowl for it’s second world championship.
Dallas 27 Denver 10