Former Cowboys RB Marion Barber Passes away

Marion Barber, one of the most aggressive former Cowboys players, died on Wednesday.

Barber, who was only 38, spent six seasons in his eight-year career with the Cowboys, writing him in the fourth round in 2005.

Marion was an old school football player, with a strong nose that ran with the desire to win everything.

He loved the game and loved the coaches and teammates.

According to reports, Frisco police found Barber at his home on Wednesday. Cause of death is not yet unknown.

Barber suddenly became a fan favorite with his strong-nosed running style, which earned him the nickname "Marion the Barbarian."

Barber's death is the latest in a year for the Cowboys family. The Cowboys also bid farewell to Hall of Famer Rayfield Wright,