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Tweet Break: Cowboys Show Support, Remain #DallasStrong

Yesterday, the city of Dallas – home to our beloved Dallas Cowboys – became the center of America’s attention for all the wrong reasons. Five Dallas police officers were killed in a shooting that took place during a protest against the recent police violence we have seen on Tuesday and Wednesday.

Cowboys’ players took to Twitter to share their thoughts on the stunning events. Here is a look at some of their thoughts.

Ezekiel Elliott on Twitter

The violence has gotta stop

Tony Romo on Twitter

Our community is stunned this morning. My thoughts and prayers go out to the fallen police officers and their loved ones.

Dak Prescott on Twitter

Pray For Dallas!

Ronald Leary on Twitter

The city that raised me and the city I live in now. Pray for em. #batonrouge #dallas

As you can see, everybody from veteran players to rookies showed condolences towards the fallen officers. As the city of Dallas starts a long path towards recovery, we can only hope that the Cowboys 2016 season provides a subtle form of distraction.

Collectively, nothing will stand in the way of the great city of Dallas, and nothing will slow down the Dallas Cowboys’ star from shining on for years to come.

Dallas Cowboys on Twitter

Our thoughts, prayers, and support go out to all those affected by the tragic events last night in Dallas.


Even more players, past and present, have tweeted about the events in Dallas.

Jack Crawford on Twitter

Heartbreaking man. Praying for every person and family member affected by this weeks violence.

Jack Crawford on Twitter

This week has been tragic nationwide. This is not #Dallas. These are terrorists.

Troy Aikman on Twitter

Sadly most police departments around the country don’t feel much support these days. #backtheblue

Deion Sanders on Twitter

Black lives Matter,White lives matter,Hispanic lives matter,Latin lives matter,Asian lives matter,All lives matter,Yo life matters! #Truth

Tony Dorsett on Twitter


Marcus Spears on Twitter

It is the #Lives that are lost that we are not honoring if we keep having this divide #Fam! This idea is not only about tonight #PEACE !!!

Terrell Owens on Twitter

PrayForDallas #AllLivesMatter


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Sean Martin

Born January 28th, 1996- Cowboys Super Bowl XXX. Point Pleasant NJ, no we’re not how you think we are. Host of “Upon Further Review” on 90.3 WMSC FM and every Friday from 1-4 PM ET. You may @ me: @SeanMartinNFL.

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