DALLAS -- There may not be a bigger Dallas Cowboys fan on this earth than LeBron James.
But the Miami Heat superstar refused to say what he would do to fix his favorite football team, which has struggled in recent years just to get into the playoffs.
"I'm not getting involved in that,'' James said after Monday's practice at American Airlines Center. "Nope, I'm not getting involved in that because that might be the next bulletin point on (ESPN) Sports Center or CNN.''
In addition to his basketball exploits, James was a football star at St. Vincent-St. Mary high school in Akron, OH. He was an all-state wide receiver as a sophomore, led his team to the state semifinals as a junior, but quit football when he broke his wrist playing AAU basketball prior to his senior season.
Many experts believe James could have been a two-sports star on the pro level. Asked what position he would play in the NFL, James said: "Receiver, split end, I don't know.
"Some Jimmy Graham, slash. One of those roles.''
Maybe he could help the Cowboys and line up opposite Dez Bryant and catch some passes from Tony Romo.
-- Dwain Price
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