Former Cowboys RB Marion Barber III dies at age 38

Fill in some text Previous Dallas Cowboys running back Marion Barber III has kicked the bucket at 38 years old, the group reported Wednesday.

"We are grief stricken by the grievous demise of Marion Barber III," the Cowboys said in an explanation.

"Marion was an outdated, unyielding football player who ran with the will to win each down. He had an energy for the game and love for his mentors and colleagues.

Our hearts go out to Marion's loved ones during this troublesome time."

"Frisco Police answered a government assistance worry at a loft accepted to be rented by Marion Barber," the Frisco police office said in an explanation.

"Frisco Police alongside the Collin County Medical Examiner's Office are researching an unattended passing at the area."

Stylist played in the NFL from 2005 to 2011, enjoying his initial six years with the Cowboys, who chose him in the fourth round of the 2005 draft out of the University of Minnesota.

Hair stylist's best season in the NFL came in 2007 when he scrambled for 975 yards and 10 scores while adding two additional scores through the air on the way to Pro Bowl praises.

Toward the finish of the 2010 season, Barber endorsed with the Bears and spent his last season in Chicago prior to declaring his retirement in March 2012.

"We are disheartened to learn of the death of previous Bears RB Marion Barber III. Our hearts go out to his loved ones," the Bears said in an explanation Wednesday.

Over his seven years in the association, Barber added up to 4,780 yards and 53 scores hurrying, and 1,330 yards and six scores getting.

Over his seven years in the association, Barber added up to 4,780 yards and 53 scores hurrying, and 1,330 yards and six scores getting.