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Dallas Cowboys’ Morris Claiborne was spotted driving this awesome Cowboys themed car in Louisiana. I love the car, especially the silver and blue rims, but putting your name and number on it is pretty risky. It’s just asking to have the car broken into or even damaged by unruly football fans. The biggest issue with the car though? The Cowboys logo that is painted on it is actually wrong. There is supposed to be another blue outline around the star, which is why the logo looks off.
Perhaps next time you get the logo of your team painted on your car, you make sure it is the right one before driving around.
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Morris Claiborne is confident that his second NFL season will be much better than his first. The Dallas Cowboys cornerback started 15 games during his rookie year, breaking up eight passes and intercepting one.
But those numbers weren't good enough for the former sixth overall pick. When asked in May to put a letter grade on his first season in Dallas, Claiborne said: C-minus...
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It's unlikely they sign one of them since they already for 4 QBs on the roster, but...
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The Most Obscure Player of 1990: Running Back Timmy Smith.
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Every year, Forbes compiles a list of the top 50 most valuable franchises in all of sports.
For the sixth straight year, the Dallas Cowboys were labeled the highest valued NFL team, worth $2.1 billion.
Via Forbes.com, the rest of the top five NFL teams are as follows:
2. New England Patriots: $1.635 million
3. Washington Redskins: $1.6 billion
4. New York Giants: $1.468 billion
Dallas Cowboys defensive end DeMarcus Ware said he will be ready to go when the Cowboys open training camp on Sunday, according to ESPNDallas.
“I’ll be out there doing everything from all the drills to all the plays they want me to do,” said Ware. “I know how it’s going to go, and it’s going to go well.”
Ware underwent shoulder surgery in early January, and was held...
According to ProFootballTalk.com, ESPN Ed Werder indicated on NFL Live that people within the Cowboys organization are “baffled” as to why Josh Brent is still on their roster.
“There are still a lot of people at Valley Ranch who are baffled about the fact that this player remains on the roster,” Werder said.
I think we’re all baffled. It absolutely make zero sense as...
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On Monday, Forbes magazine revealed the world’s most valuable sports franchises. Once again, the magazine has reported that the Dallas Cowboys are the most valuable NFL franchise and the fifth most valuable sports franchise overall. Forbes estimates the value of the Cowboys at 2.1 billion dollars.
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