Cowboys say former running back Marion Barber dead at 38

FRISCO, Texas( AP)- Marion Barbara III, the former Dallas cowhands who's fourth in ballot history with 47 quick touchdowns, has failed, the platoon said Wednesday. He was 38 times old.

The hairstylist played a final season with Chicago in 2011 after spending his first six times with the cowhands. He'd internal health problems after his career.

The cowhands, headquartered in Frisco, said they were" agonized by the woeful death of Marion Barbara III."

Marion was an old- academy, hard- nosed football player who ran down every one of them with a desire to win," the platoon said." He'd a passion for the game and a love for his trainers and teammates.

The hairstylist's father, Marion BarberJr., played seven seasons with the New York spurts in the 1980s.

The youthful hairstylist was third on Dallas' career list before passing two- time NFL contending champion Ezekiel Elliott in 2021.

The hairstylist finished with an overall 53 and has played no lower than four of his seven seasons, although he didn't have a- yard handling season.

The former Minnesota player, a draft pick of the fourth round in Dallas in 2005, had just 24 touchdowns in the 2006- 07 season, having started just one game in those two seasons. The hairstylist's career height in 2006 was 14 TD, when he ran for only 654 yards.

Barber had a career-high 975 yards and 10 TDs in 2007, when he made his only Pro Bowl. From there his part and product downscaled, and in 2010 in his last time in Dallas his career at Carrie, Yard and Touchdown was short.

Three times after the end of his career, the hairstylist was arrested and taken to a sanitarium for a internal health assessment. Police in Mansfield, another exurb of Dallas, said it wasn't clear what urged their response.

Three times after the end of his career, the hairstylist was arrested and taken to a sanitarium for a internal health assessment. Police in Mansfield, another exurb of Dallas, said it wasn't clear what urged their response.

The hairstylist and his father have both played for the Golden Gophers, and the youthful hairstylist is alternate on the academy career list with 35 quick touchdowns.

Barber and Lawrence Marni, New England first-round picks in 2006, were the first brace of NCAA backs to make two successive- yard seasons on the same platoon. They did it in 2003- 04.

Barber’s younger brothers, Dom Barber and Thomas Barber, also played for the Gophers. Dom Barber spent four years as a defensive back with the Houston Texans.