Dallas is strapped for cash and needs to make some cap space by Tuesday to avoid breaking rules.
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The annual Underwear Olympics are underway in Indianapolis. Jason Garrett and much of the rest of the Dallas Cowboys staff are there, and making a little news.
The results from Dallas Cowboys note tackle Jay Ratliff's blood test show he had a blood alcohol content of 0.16, exactly double the .08 legal limit for intoxication in Texas.
In the early stages of the offseason, the Dallas Cowboys have made some surprising moves, and now face a new and difficult situation regarding Jay Ratliff. No matter what they do, however, you can be sure it will be criticized.
Only a couple of months after the death of Jerry Brown and the arrest of Josh Brent for intoxicated manslaughter, Dallas Cowboys nose tackle Jay Ratliff is arrested on suspicion of driving under the influence.
According to ESPN Dallas, Cowboys defensive lineman Jay Ratliff was arrested on Tuesday for driving while intoxicated.
The Dallas Cowboys will be without nose tackle Jay Ratliff for the remainder of the regular season after the eight-year veteran underwent surgery to repair a sports hernia on Thursday morning.
Jay Ratliff appears to be out again for the Dallas Cowboys this weekend against the Pittsburgh Steelers.