Dallas Cowboys: Frank Luksa
|Former Cowboy Drew Pearson remembers sports writer Frank Luksa, give his opinion on the Barry Church deal and discusses Tony Romo's rapport with his receivers.
Luksa's career spanned 40 years, including stints at the Fort Worth Star-Telegram, the Dallas Times Herald and The Dallas Morning News. He retired from the Morning News in 2004.
The Georgetown native began as a beat writer covering the Cowboys during their earliest years in the 1960s and later became a general sports columnist.
Luksa wrote four books on the Cowboys, including one co-authored with Roger Staubach and another with Thomas "Hollywood" Henderson.
A memorial service is planned for Friday.
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