COOPER--It is mid-afternoon and in the booths down at the Dairy Queen and at the tables of the 75-year-old Miller's Pharmacy on the square, a religious rite of small-town Texas is being practiced. There is some talk of the endless drought and the brain-baking heat, maybe even a bit of bragging about a big one recently caught at Cooper Lake, but eventually the September conversation turns to... More >>>
It's tough keeping up with the twist and turns in Bam Morris' life, as this sign outside Cooper Indicates. The Ravens were Morris' second-to-last assignment in the NFL. Now he's out altogether.