HBO's Real Sports Looks At Practice Bubble Collapse
In this Saturday, May 2, 2009 file photo, firefighters investigate the collapsed canopy that covered the Dallas Cowboys indoor football facility in Irving, Texas. Four Cowboys staff members were injured when the roof collapsed on Saturday. Two Dallas Cowboys employees Rich Behm and special teams coach Joe DeCamillis, seriously injured when the team's indoor practice facility collapsed in May, have filed lawsuits Tuesday Aug. 25, 2009, against the companies that built the structure.
Tuesday, Jan 19, 2010 Updated at 7:57 PM CDT
HBO's Real Sports will debut tonight with a look at the practice bubble collapse last May, which injured two Cowboys staffers seriously during a rookie mini-camp.
Titled "Blue Star Fallen," the program will feature interviews with special teams coach Joe DeCamillis and scouting assistant Rich Behm, both of whom were seriously injured when the structure fell during a thunderstorm.
Additionally, reporter Frank DeFord sits down with Nathan Stobbe, the president of the company that built the practice bubble and Jeffrey Galland, the director of engineering for Jacobs Consulting, or JCI, the Las Vegas company charged with overseeing the safety of the building after its construction.
Barry Horn at the Dallas Morning News, after catching a sneak peek of the show, described it as "powerful."
It is set to air on HBO at 9:00 PM, local time.