Cowboys’ Elliott Targeted By $1M Lawsuit Over Fender Bender
(Dallas, TX) — Dallas Cowboys running back Ezekiel Elliott is the target of a million-dollar lawsuit because of a traffic accident that happened early last year. The fender-bender happened at the intersection of Gaylord Parkway and Dallas North Tollway as Elliott was driving to Cowboys headquarters, The Star, in Frisco. Police described the accident as “minor” and say there were no injuries. But the driver of the other vehicle, Ronnie Hill, now claims that he suffered serious, life-changing, permanent injuries and is seeking a million-dollars in damages.
Cowboys Sign Two, Cut Two
(Oxnard, CA) — The Cowboys are shaking up their roster as training camp continues. Dallas signed offensive tackle Korren Kirven and defensive end Joby Saint Fleur yesterday and released defensive end James Hearns and running back Trey Williams. Both Kirven and Saint Fleur have been in NFL training camps before, but have yet to appear in a game.