The Cowboys have yet to announce a decision on fullback Deon Anderson's status. Nor has the NFL.
Earlier this month, Anderson was charged with misdemeanor deadly conduct after he allegedly threatened a restaurant employee with a gun.
The NFL looks into all player conduct when if involves a gun, and Cowboys owner Jerry Jones said last week he's not in a rush to speak with Anderson, but is gathering the facts.
At some point, the league might come down hard on Anderson, or the Cowboys.
But to read this column by Bill Reynolds of the Providence Journal, it's amazing to see that Anderson would put himself in this situation, given his background.