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Cowboys interested in Sam for practice squad: report (AFP) ( today ) Courtesy of
Michael Sam, trying to become the first openly gay player on a National Football League team, will reportedly meet Wednesday with the Dallas Cowboys, hoping to join their practice squad. The 24-year-old defensive end is set to undergo a physical exam and the Cowboys will sign him to the team's practice squad if he passes it, the NFL website said. Sam was released by the St. Louis Rams at the weekend after playing for them in four pre-season games, making 11 tackles and three quarterback sacks but failing to qualify for their 53-man final regular-season roster. Sam also met the Rams on Sunday but was not chosen for the St. Louis practice squad and not claimed on waivers by another NFL club. Yahoo! Tue, Sep 02
 
O'Neal newest member of Chargers Hall of Fame (The Associated Press) ( today ) Courtesy of
Leslie O'Neal, who is tied for 10th on the NFL's all-time sacks list with Lawrence Taylor, is the newest member of the San Diego Chargers Hall of Fame. O'Neal will be inducted on Oct. 19 at halftime of the Chargers' game against the Kansas City Chiefs. The announcement was made at Chargers Park after a film documenting O'Neal's Chargers career. ''It is a great honor,'' O'Neal said. Yahoo! Tue, Sep 02
 
Cowboys show interest in Sam for practice squad: reports (Reuters) ( today ) Courtesy of
(Reuters) - Defensive end Michael Sam was handed a lifeline in his bid to become the first openly gay player in the National Football League (NFL) when the Dallas Cowboys expressed interest on Tuesday in adding him to their practice squad. According to multiple media reports, the Cowboys plan to bring the former University of Missouri standout to Dallas for a physical on Wednesday, with the intention of adding him to their 10-man practice squad. Three days ago, Sam was cut from the St. Louis Rams' final 53-man roster for the 2014 regular season, and on Sunday the 24-year-old Texan went unclaimed on waivers by any other NFL team. Yahoo! Tue, Sep 02
 
Rams rookie gets face tattoo to prevent having normal job ever again (Shutdown Corner) ( today ) Courtesy of
Tattoos can be very symbolic pieces of body art. People get them for all sorts of reasons: to remember a loved one, for religious reasons, to identify their gang affiliation, or just for style. But St. Louis Rams rookie defensive lineman Ethan Westbrooks had a unique motivation for the tattoo he had placed on his face. He got it in the highly visible spot below his left eye in 2011 so that he'd never have to get a real job again. [ Smack talk season is back at Yahoo Sports: Sign up and play free Fantasy Football! ] Come again? Follow Westbrooks' logic, as he told ESPN (via Yahoo Finance ): "I was just like I might as well go ahead and get it on the face because if nothing else, it will help motivate me to either be a guy that has a tattoo on his face looking for another job or hopefully I make it in the NFL and don’t have to work too hard to do something (else)," Westbrooks said. "I don’t feel it’s a bad thing now. I don’t regret it. It speaks for itself." Westbrooks was undrafted in May but received a nice signing bonus from the Rams and had to impress the team with a big preseason — and beat out Michael Sam — to earn a roster spot. Sam appears headed to land on the Dallas Cowboys' practice squad, but Westbrook looks like he has a nice future with the Rams, as both a tackle and an end, on their 53-man roster. Westbrooks had been working at a Toys 'R' Us in Sacramento while playing football and attending Sacramento City Junior College, but he disliked the job and decided when he quit that he had to make a statement to himself. That statement — the tattoo reads "Laugh now, cry later" — was that every day he looked in the mirror, Westbrooks would be reminded of where he came from. After starring at Division-II West Texas A&M (not to be confused with Johnny Manziel U.), Westbrooks has been a hit with the Rams and is one of four undrafted rookies on the Rams' roster now. Despite the team being deep on the defensive line, it has high hopes for him. So this isn't some crazy Mike Tyson thing ... but a pretty good reminder of where Westbrooks came from and where he wants to go in the NFL. - - - - - - - Eric Edholm is a writer for Shutdown Corner on Yahoo Sports. Have a tip? Email him at edholm@yahoo-inc.com or follow him on Twitter! Follow @Eric_Edholm Yahoo! Tue, Sep 02
 
Pioneering Sam has already made impact on the league (Reuters) ( today ) Courtesy of
By Mark Lamport-Stokes (Reuters) - Michael Sam has already made a significant impact on the National Football League, even though his long cherished dream to become the league's first openly gay player may never materialize. Though the 24-year-old defensive end failed to make the St. Louis Rams' final 53-man roster for the 2014 regular season on Saturday and cleared waivers the following day to remain on the outside looking in, he achieved one of his primary goals. Ever since he ended his 2013 senior season as a University of Missouri standout by being awarded co-defensive player of the year honors in the Southeastern Conference, he has yearned to be judged purely on his merits as a football player. "Mike came in here and did everything we asked him to do," Rams head coach Jeff Fisher said after the defensive end was cut amid 21 other roster moves before the NFL deadline. Yahoo! Tue, Sep 02
 
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