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NFL Injury Report:
Dallas Cowboys running back DeMarco Murray is unlikely to
return Sunday when the team takes on the Cleveland Browns, reports Clarence
Hill of the Fort Worth Star-Telegram. While the Cowboys could be without Murray
this weekend, they have announced that they definitely will be without starting
defensive lineman Kenyon Coleman for the remainder of the season.
Per a team source, don't count on Murray this week. Things could change but cowboys want him 100 percent. Not there yet
— Clarence Hill (@clarencehilljr) November 12, 2012
Murray missed another game last weekend during the Cowboys’
victory against the Philadelphia Eagles. He’s been sidelined for much of the
season due to a foot injury. If he continues to be sidelined Dallas would
continue to go with Felix Jones as their starting running back.
The Cowboys have announced that Coleman has been placed on
injured reserve and will miss the remainder of the season due to injury. The
defensive end has 15 tackles and one forced fumble on the season.
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@darrenrovell During today’s Cowboys – Eagles game, someone noticed that defensive coordinator Rob Ryan sold some ad space on his defensive play-calling sheet. As you can see from the above photo there’s a Pat’s Kings of Steaks logo on the back of his sheet. Would love to know how much they’re paying him. Pat’s Kings Of Steaks on Rob Ryan’s Play Chart twitter.com...
Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones doesn’t appear to be too optimistic about RB DeMarco Murray returning this week.
“You want to be very comfortable for him to make his cut,” Jones said, via the Fort Worth Star-Telegram. ”All of that has to be right before he goes out there because we got to look down the road here. We hope we are in this thing and needing him on every play...
Dallas Cowboys head coach Jason Garrett accepts QB Tony Romo for what he is, a good player at times, a bad player at times.
What would Garrett change about his QB? Nothing. He's fine just the way he is, Garrett said in so many words to the Dallas Morning News.
“The amazing thing with him is he feels so much and then he can see so much while all of this stuff is going on...
Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo claims that wide receiver Dez Bryant is maturing and has gotten much better since he was a rookie a few years ago.
“Dez has come full circle from where he was a couple of years ago,” Romo said, per the Dallas Morning News. “We go by catches whether or not someone has a good game as fans or as media, sometimes. But when we watch the tape...
Dallas Cowboys defensive end Kenyon Coleman is out for the season with a torn triceps muscle in his left arm.
Cowboys coach Jason Garrett said Monday that Coleman will be placed on injured reserve and have surgery.
The 11th-year pro sustained the injury during the third quarter of Sunday's 38-23 victory at Philadelphia.
Coleman started seven games this season, missing two...
Its hard to believe, but with the victory today against the Eagles and the Giants losing, the Cowboys are still in it for the NFC East title. The Cowboys have a longshot at making the playoffs at 4-5 and the rest of the conference playing better. So, the Cowboys need to clinch the NFC East to get in the playoffs, that’s what this victory means today. No one is coming out of the...
The Dallas Cowboys are back in the playoff race even though they've had little to do with it. They were able to scratch out two wins during a five-game stretch that saw them play four of five games on the road.
It's not like they deserve to be in the thick of things with a 4-5 record, but that's exactly where they are thanks to the New York Giants losing two consecutive...
What a difference a few big plays make. If only, like the team in Chicago, a game like this happened all of the time, we might think of the Cowboys as a truly elite defense. Difficult to run against, physical, and opportunistic with a few big plays that they might put into your end zone.
Of course, "a game like this" is absurdly unrealistic.
How much so? Well, we have...
Felix Jones found the end zone for the third time in 2012.
Tony Romo has been the starting quarterback in Dallas during six of the last seven months of November (he was injured in 2010). Heading into Sunday’s game at Philadelphia, Romo had a record of 19-4 during those November games.
Romo played a good part of his 24th November game on his back, thanks to an offensive line that...
On the surface, all the Cowboys' 38-23 win Sunday proves is that they are better than the freefalling Eagles.
The Cowboys still hurt themselves with mistakes and penalties and sometimes just dumb football. But they did enough things right to win, and not by just a little.
It wasn't just about surviving the woeful Eagles, it was about surviving an entire week of turmoil...
“I hear the weather’s nice in Dallas.”
The Cowboys got a crucial win over the Eagles yesterday by riding defensive and special teams touchdowns to victory…and by knocking Michael Vick out of commission and then harassing rookie QB Nick Foles just enough. Oh, and by Tony Romo not throwing a single INT.
So, let’s celebrate the big win by throwing fuel on the newest rumor...
PHILADELPHIA -- Tony Romo threw two touchdown passes that kept Dallas even through three quarters.
Dallas Cowboys coach Rob Ryan sported a very cool "Pat’s Kings Of Steaks" ad on his play calling sheet yesterday against the Philadelphia Eagles. Darren Rovell tweeted that Rob does it for fun and...
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