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Monday, 24 August 2009

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Dallas Cheerleaders In Old-Fashioned Gear

Jerry Johnson, owner of the Dallas Cowboys is upset because he thinks that Tennessee Titan's punter, A.J. Trapasso's high kick last week was aimed directly at the Cowboy's new stadium giant screen.

"Why else would he kick a high kick from his own territory?" argued Johnson.

Trapasso pointed up at the board when the ball dropped straight down. Officials were slow to realize what happened until Titans coach Jeff Fisher threw his red challenge flag to get their attention.

According to NFL rules, the ball was dead and fourth down was replayed. Trapasso's ensuing kick skimmed just to the side of the board without touching it.

Both Trapasso and veteran Titans punter Craig Hentrich hit the the 90-foot screen during pregame warmups, but Cowboys owner Jerry Jones says there are no plans to raise to the massive screens any higher.

"We planned to keep the screen going during the whole game only showing the cheerleaders in their new skimpy uniforms", stated Jones. "This is how we intend to sell out each game and pay for our new stadium!"

If Johnson is calling these cheerleader outfits "skimpy" after the little they've worn in the past, they must be bikini thongs.

Maybe the kicker, Trapasso, was watching the screen?

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