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Jerry Jones, the owner of the Dallas Cowboys, is known to be an attention-getter for his style of handling football operations.

Now that attention shifts to television, as he appeared on the latest episode of HBO’s “Entourage,” where he converses with actor Jeremy Piven. Watch the clip below.

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Dallas Cowboys’ wide receiver Miles Austin had a breakout season in 2009, making the Pro Bowl and emerging as the team’s go-to-guy.

Now it’s the offseason, and Austin is doing everything he can to help the Cowboys of winning a Super Bowl this year, on and off the field, as he is dating Kim Kardashian.

You may have heard by now that getting romantically involved with a Kardashian sister will result in winning a championship of the respected male’s sport, which so far has proved to be the case.

Reggie Bush was dating Kim when the Saints won the Super Bowl this year, and the Lakers’ Lamar Odom is married to her sister, Khloe. We all know how the Lakers season turned out.

Let’s hope Austin can cash in on the apparent good-luck charm and offset Tony Romo’s off-field blunders over the past few years.

Rapper Eminem’s new album “Recovery” won’t officially be released until June 22, but it has already leaked onto the internet two weeks early. Yes, that is Eminem with Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones. Doesn’t Jerry look thrilled?

The hip-hop star is known for taking shots at other celebrities and musicians, and from time to time athletes. In “Recovery” he mentions Michael Vick, Ben Roethlisberger, and Troy Polamalu, although not all of the football players are shed in a good light.

On “Cold Wind Blows”, the first song of the album, Eminem drops the line “I’m nuts, Michael Vick in this b**** dog, fall back you mutts.” The track “Almost Famous” takes a stab at Ben Roethlisberger ending in the line “They call me Slim Roethlisberger.”

The last track of the album, the bonus song “Untitled”, references fellow Steeler Troy Polamalu’s lovely locks, saying “I flow like Troy Polamalu’s hair boy.”


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Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo dropped by the popular and inspiring weight-loss show, “The Biggest Loser,” which opens up a whole new window for “Tony Romo sucks” jokes by adding “Tony Romo sucks, and now he’s on a show to prove it” to every Cowboy hater’s repertoire.

Being the leader of America’s Team, Romo gave the struggling contestants a pep talk while managing to endorse Starter gear at the same time.

I can only imagine how Romo was compensated for tagging along on their daily jog, although a little ego-examination never hurt anyone.