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Terry Glenn Cops Release Crash Pics from Fatal Wreck

12/13/2017 12:30 AM PST

Ex-NFL star Terry Glenn crashed his truck into a concrete divider on a Texas highway after apparently tailgating at the Dallas Cowboys game ... according to the police report obtained by TMZ Sports

The Irving Police Dept. has now released crash photos and incident reports from the Nov. 20 crash that killed the former WR and left his fiancee severely injured. 

Cops say Glenn was driving his Ford F250 around 12:18 AM when he hit the entrance to the toll lane and flipped. Neither Glenn nor his fiancee were wearing seatbelts. 

When cops arrived, they found Glenn unconscious on the ground, barely breathing with a slight pulse. He had a massive wound on the back of his head. 

Glenn's fiancee suffered injuries to her face and a possible broken collarbone. 

Cops say Glenn was transported to a nearby hospital where he was pronounced dead short time later. 

Glenn's fiancee told police she and Terry attended the Cowboys game in Arlington earlier in the evening. You can see tailgating supplies, including a cooler, chairs and BBQ charcoal, scattered around the crash scene. 

Glenn's fiancee admitted she had been drinking earlier in the day -- but "was not clear" if Glenn had consumed alcohol, too. 

Officials conducted toxicology tests on Glenn's body -- so far, no word on the results.

Cops say no alcohol was recovered at the crash scene, however investigators did find a "marijuana grinder and bottle."

Glenn's clothing was taken as evidence.

TMZ Sports also obtained several 911 calls made by witnesses detailing the scene in the moments after the crash. 

Glenn was 43.  

Michael Irvin Warns NFL ... Fear Cowboys When Zeke Returns!

12/11/2017 9:53 AM PST

Like Thanos with the Infinity Stones ... the Dallas Cowboys will elevate into legit GALAXY DESTROYERS when Ezekiel Elliott returns -- so says Michael Irvin.

The Playmaker is sending a warning to the league ... when Zeke returns from his suspension ONE WEEK FROM TODAY ... it'll "make the world to the Cowboys."

Irvin says Elliott has been "in hiding" ever since he began serving his 6-game domestic violence suspension back in November ... but he's confident the RB will return to form immediately in his first game back on Dec. 24. 

We'll see ... 

Tony Romo Dance Props From Ayo & Teo ... You Don't Suck!!!

11/27/2017 2:47 PM PST

Ayo & Teo saw Tony Romo bust out their signature "Rollie" dance move with Teyana Taylor ... and good news -- THEY DIDN'T HATE IT! 

The rap duo created the move for their song, "Rolex" -- and it blew up -- with huge stars like Cam Newton using it in his dance repertoire. 

So, when we saw the guys at LAX, we had to ask them to grade Romo's "Rollie" -- which the QB used on the set of his new Google Mini commercial.

Check out the clip ... and try not to get "I just want a Rollie, Rollie, Rollie with a dab of ranch" stuck in your head for the rest of the week. 

Eddie George On Terry Glenn: Being His Teammate Was Really Special

11/20/2017 4:20 PM PST

Eddie George says he'll always remember Terry Glenn as a "good kid with a big heart" ... telling TMZ Sports he was honored to call the late NFL receiver his teammate.

George and Glenn played together at Ohio State in the '90s and later in the NFL with the Dallas Cowboys. The Heisman trophy winner says he admired how well Glenn thrived despite losing his mother at 13 years old.

"He was a great guy to be around. Great person," George says ... "Just always full of laughter and joy despite his troubles."

"He overcame a lot of that stuff and didn't succumb to the pressures around him and really made something positive out of his life."

George goes on to share his favorite memories of playing with Glenn ... and says he'll do whatever he can to help his family.

Glenn died in a car crash in Texas on Monday. He was 43 years old.

Terrell Owens Zeke's Smart to Sit Out Now ... 'Why Fight It?'

11/18/2017 12:05 AM PST

Terrell Owens is giving Ezekiel Elliott props for manning up and accepting his 6-game suspension -- telling TMZ Sports Zeke is absolutely doing "the best thing" for him and the Cowboys.

"Why fight it? Go ahead, take your suspension -- you live, you learn from it and keep it moving," T.O. said.

Elliott's been battling with the NFL for months over whether or not he should have to sit out over domestic violence allegations ... but officially threw in the towel on Tuesday.

Terrell told us that's the right play -- even though the 'Boys backfield could suck without the superstar RB.

Ezekiel Elliott I GIVE UP!! Withdraws Appeal, Will Serve 6-Game Suspension

11/15/2017 2:18 PM PST
Breaking News

It's all over. For real this time. 

Ezekiel Elliott has officially waved the white flag ... and has agreed to serve the NFL's 6-game domestic violence suspension -- effective immediately. 

The Dallas Cowboys star had been fighting like hell in court ... filing every possible appeal in the hopes of eventually having a judge throw out the punishment since Zeke denied the allegations and was never convicted of a crime. 

But just like Tom Brady ... Zeke eventually decided enough was enough and instructed his legal team to lay down the sword. 

"In consultation with the NFLPA and his lawyers, and after careful deliberation and review of the recent 2nd Circuit decisions, Mr. Elliott has decided to forego any further appeals and will serve the remaining suspension," his agents said in a statement.

"This decision arises from a practical assessment of the current legal landscape. Mr. Elliott's desire for closure in this matter is in his best interest, as well as the best interests of his teammates, family and friends."

"This decision is in no way an admission of any wrongdoing, and Mr. Elliott is pleased that the legal fight mounted by he and his team resulted in disclosing many hidden truths regarding this matter as well publicly exposing the NFL's mismanagement of its disciplinary process."

"Mr. Elliott will maximize this time away from the game and come back even stronger both on and off the field. He intends to release a final personal statement in the upcoming weeks and until then we have no further comment."

Reggie Bush 'Comfortable' Not Playing in NFL But If Cowboys Call ...

11/10/2017 9:36 AM PST

With Ezekiel Elliott expected to FINALLY serve his 6-game suspension (maybe) -- the Dallas Cowboys could be in the market for a running back ... so .... enter Reggie Bush??

Maybe not ... 

The 32-year-old says he's really comfortable NOT playing right now -- even though he's still training -- and it wouldn't be an automatic "Yes" if Jerry Jones came calling. 

Of course, the twist to the whole thing is Reggie told us back in Sept. he'd retire if he doesn't get picked up this season. So ... seems like we may have seen the last of Bush in the league. 

Ezekiel Elliott 6-Game Suspension Back On ... Again

11/9/2017 12:57 PM PST
Breaking News

Ezekiel Elliott's 6-game suspension is back on ... after the NFL superstar's motion for an emergency injunction pending appeal was denied by the U.S. 2nd Circuit Court of Appeals.

A 3-judge panel determined Zeke's legal team didn't meet the requisite standard ... which means he'll officially begin serving his suspension against the Atlanta Falcons this weekend.

The NFL Players Association can still appeal (again) to the full 2nd Circuit Court ... which would be heard on an expedited schedule.

If that doesn't go in Zeke's favor ... he'll be eligible to return to the Cowboys on December 24 against the Seattle Seahawks.

Ezekiel Elliott: 'I'm Not an Abuser'

11/3/2017 12:06 PM PDT
Breaking News

Ezekiel Elliott says he's willing to fight his domestic violence suspension for as LONG AS IT TAKES TO CLEAR HIS NAME ... because, "I'm not an abuser."

The Dallas Cowboys running back just explained why he's so insistent on fighting the NFL instead of serving his 6-game suspension in a strong locker statement, according to ESPN's Josina Anderson

"This is bigger than a suspension. It's bigger than football. It's them trying to make me something I'm not. I'm not an abuser. That's not who I am."

He continued, "This is my name and this is my reputation. That's something that I have to live with beyond football so, everyday is worth fighting for."

Zeke just won another appeal, clearing him to play Sunday against the Chiefs -- but his future beyond that is still in limbo. 

Ezekiel Elliott Cleared to Play Again Screws More Fantasy Owners

11/3/2017 7:19 AM PDT

Did you drop Ezekiel Elliott from your fantasy team this week amid rumblings his 6-game suspension was finally gonna stick???

Well, guess what dummy ... HE'S BACK! 

In the seemingly never-ending saga of will he/won't he play this week -- the Second Circuit Court of Appeals has granted Zeke's request to prevent the league from immediately enforcing his domestic violence suspension. 

So, what does it all mean? Simply ... he's cleared to play the Chiefs on Sunday (big game) -- and then his fight is back on. 

The next phase -- a 3-judge panel will hear the case and issue a ruling, which the losing side will undoubtedly appeal. 

Should be resolved by the time Zeke retires. 

Jerry Jones Zeke's a Victim of 'Over-Correction' For Ray Rice Suspension

10/31/2017 8:48 AM PDT
Breaking News

Jerry Jones says Roger Goodell is trying to redeem himself for mishandling the Ray Rice situation by going extra hard on Ezekiel Elliott ... saying the commish turned Zeke into a "victim of an over-correction."

Zeke's request for a preliminary injunction was denied by a U.S. District judge on Monday ...  upholding his 6-game suspension.

Jones addressed the newest update with "Shan & RJ" on 105.3 The Fan ... saying Goodell knows he went too easy on Rice, and is now trying to appease the public by burying Zeke.

"I'm sure he'd like to take back his initial Ray Rice stance and a few others. And he's in the process of having tried to correct that and doing so, Zeke is a victim of an over-correction."

Ezekiel Elliott Eligible to Play, Again Suspension Back On Hold

10/17/2017 5:09 PM PDT
Breaking News

Ezekiel Elliott is eligible to play once again ... after being granted a temporary restraining order from a New York Southern District Court.

As a result, Zeke's suspension has been put on hold for 14 days -- meaning the Cowboys RB can take the field for the team's next two games against the 49ers and Redskins, barring any further proceedings.

Last Thursday, the Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals vacated the preliminary injunction that prohibited the league from imposing the six-game suspension.

Today's temporary restraining order now puts the 6-game ban back on ice.

Jerry Jones: Ezekiel Elliott Is Getting Screwed

10/13/2017 10:03 AM PDT
Breaking News

Jerry Jones thinks Ezekiel Elliott is getting a raw deal -- saying the 6-game suspension is simply unfair. 

The Dallas Cowboys owner called in to "G-Bag Nation" on 105.3 The Fan in Dallas early Friday morning and said, "I'm very familiar with all of the facts and the details of this case. Very familiar ... Zeke did not get treated fairly here."

As we previously reported, a federal appeals court issued a ruling essentially clearing the way for the NFL to enforce the 6-game suspension it handed to Elliott as a result of a domestic violence investigation

Elliott was never charged with a crime -- but the NFL's private investigators believe Elliott did, in fact, attack his girlfriend back in 2016.  Zeke denies all wrongdoing and Jones clearly believes him. 

"Zeke and his team and the Cowboys do not think [the NFL's suspension and punishment process] was done in a fair way. We are trying to get that looked at, and we got a setback yesterday."

As for Elliott, his lawyer says the RB is exploring his legal options. 

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