May 4, 2020

By Al Ortiz

 Even though the draft is over, the Dallas Cowboys continue to churn that roster - as the great Bill Parcells used to say. The Dallas Cowboys have agreed to terms with veteran cornerback Daryl Worley, who last played with the then-Oakland and now-Las Vegas Raiders. The Cowboys spent two draft picks in April's NFL Draft on cornerbacks - the first one on Alabama's Trevon Diggs in the second round and the second on Tulsa's Reggie Robinson II in the fourth round. Worley's free agent deal is a one year contract. According to the AP, the 25-year-old Worley has five interceptions and 243 tackles in 56 NFL games. He was a third round pick of the Carolina Panthers in the 2016 NFL Draft out of West Virginia.

In women's basketball news, WNBA rookies will start receiving health benefits this week. League Commissioner Cathy Engelbert said that the benefits will begin Friday. Medical benefits usually are offered once training camp starts, but it looks like this action is in response to the ongoing pandemic.

In a good news tidbit of the day, because we all need those, Rockets Owner Tilman Fertitta and the organization is  now providing "Taco Tuesday" lunches for Houston personnel who are helping combat the coronavirus crisis. For three Tuesdays running now, Rockets employees have accompanied a taco food truck to provide free lunches to these essential employees - including Metropolitan Transit Authority bus operators. Heartwarming news - and come on, we all love tacos here in Uvalde. This is news we can all get behind.