and his fellow Giants receivers’ party trip to Miami over the weekend — a 2017 sequel to Tony Romo’s infamous vacation in Cabo a week before the Cowboys lost to the Giants in the playoffs in January 2008 — Prescott appeared ready to shoot down any controversy Thursday when he was asked if he planned to stay in Dallas during the bye week.
Romo, tight end Jason Witten and linebacker Bobby Carpenter were heavily scrutinized for their couples vacation to Mexico — including Simpson, the pop star Romo was dating at the time — the week before the game against the Giants.
“Yes,” the rookie quarterback said, according to ESPN.
In that press conference (video included below), it was also revealed that it was through the assistance of the Discovery Channel and the additional resources they brought to the table in the form of modern forensic technology, that police were finally able to gather enough evidence to charge Francise in the murder of Curtis “Cochise” Smith.
Here’s the video: It’s important to note that Cochise’s body was never found.
Heather Randall, 36, the widow of legendary actor Tony Randall, who died in 2004 at the age of 84, has heard it all before. "You know, I could say a million things about the hypocrisy of the people who comment on my marriage," she says, stabbing at her Cobb salad at B. '"After Randall's death, there was a year of profound mourning, then another year of struggling with her identity. But as Heather cheerfully puts it, "I never wanted to be a professional widow."Since her husband's death, Heather has been using Randall's money and clout to support various theater institutions.
' The second thing is, to all the women who have been used, abused, dicked over, dumped, cheated on, and stolen from: 'Who wouldn't want a successful, smart, wonderful man who worshipped the ground you walked on? She wasn't being asked anymore to, say, sit with the queen in the royal box during a polo match.
When asked how many times he’d heard about Cabo and Miami this week, Prescott had one reply: “None.” The 23-year-old insisted his plans for the weekend are subdued — perhaps there was a lesson learned when he approached an early December rivalry game against the Giants by going bottle-popping at the club with teammate Ezekiel Elliott, and promptly lost, 10-7 — and he vowed he wouldn’t take as much sun as Romo once did. “Yeah, anytime football’s on, I’m going to watch it.” Cowboys owner Jerry Jones wasn’t as mum on the parallels to the Romo/Simpson/Cabo controversy, still denying the tropical vacation had any effect on his players’ preparation for the Giants game.