When Emmitt Smith left for Arizona, there was a void in the Dallas Cowboys
backfield. Tailback Troy Hambrick was asked to fill the hole during the
offseason, but he misunderstood and filled his face instead.
Hambrick's poor eating habits led to the running back tipping the scales at
260 pounds in March, according to the Fort Worth Star-Telegram, and his
plump midsection drew the ire of coach Bill Parcells.
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