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As Bill Parcells prepares for induction weekend into the NFL Hall of Fame, August 3rd can’t come soon enough.
Parcells spent 19 years in the NFL and it’s hard to believe it has been seven years since his last coaching destination, the Dallas Cowboys.
Seven years since Tony Romo couldn’t hold on to the football when snapped to him for a game-winning field goal to advance the Cowboys to the divisional playoff round... Read more
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We reported earlier today that Cowboys defensive end Anthony Spencer is dealing with a bone bruise in his knee right now.
According to Calvin Watkins of ESPNDallas.com, Spencer may end up needing surgery on his ailing knee. The good news is that he wouldn’t be out too long.
Anthony Spencer said there's a possibility he needs knee surgery. If so, Spencer said he'll...
OXNARD, Calif. -- The Dallas Cowboys worst concerns regarding defensive end Tyrone Crawford were concerned late Sunday as he will undergo surgery following a season-ending torn Achilles sustained here on the opening day of training camp.
Team vice president Stephen Jones expressed concern about a tear before the diagnosis was made official, and Crawford -- a 2012 third-round pick...
Cowboys tight end Jason Witten told the Dallas Morning News that Dez Bryant has come a long way since when he was drafted just a few years ago.
“Dez deserves that credit, not anybody else,” Witten said. “He came into the league under some tough circumstances. He missed part of his last year in college when he was suspended, just working through a lot of different things. That...
One of the big questions on the Dallas Cowboys defense going into training camp was if DeMarcus Ware could make the transition from linebacker to defensive end.
Ware talked about the difference between DE and LB and feels that making the switch could even keep him healthier.
He won’t have to drop into pass coverage and be exposed to extra punishment, all he has to do is go...
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A whole new season is nearing, and every team and player is anxious to shake off the rust and be in contention for the big show in February. Unfortunately, DE Tyrone Crawford’s first day back to work could be his last for the season before it even starts.
The Dallas Cowboys open up training camp in Oxnard, California. Crawford was doing some tackling...
Jerry Jones hasn't been known as a man who likes to share.
But the Dallas Cowboys owner let a few fans try on one of his Super Bowl rings on Sunday while signing autographs during the team's first day of training camp in Oxnard, Calif.
Jerry hasn't been very popular among the Cowboys faithful, so he might as well let them see something that hasn't been won in...
According to Calvin Watkins of ESPNDallas.com, Cowboys head coach Jason Garrett told the media today that they plan on running the ball more this season.
Jason Garrett said cowboys will run the ball more this year.
— Calvin Watkins (@calvinwatkins) July 20, 2013
If the Cowboys are going to run the ball more in 2013, they’re going to need DeMarco Murray to stay healthy and another...
According to Calvin Watkins of ESPNDallas.com, Cowboys defensive end Anthony Spencer has a bone bruise on his left knee.
Anthony Spencer has a bone bruise on left knee and said he will talk with team doctors this afternoon to get further evaluations.
— Calvin Watkins (@calvinwatkins) July 22, 2013
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Dez Bryant is on the brink of superstardom, and needs another huge year to elevate the already growing status the four-year veteran has developing.
Bryant had a relatively quiet off-season that has coaches and teammates feeling he may have finally turned the corner. Jason Witten spoke to reporters at a Independence Bowl kickoff luncheon on Wednesday, and according to The Dallas...
DeMarcus Ware wore a big smile and he seemed almost giddy.
“I’m looking forward to practice,” he said at the Cowboys’ morning walkthrough Sunday.
It was a strange declaration for a ninth-year veteran player to make. But Ware had his reasons for being excited. For one, he’s healthy again.
“I feel 100 percent,” Ware said.
At the end of the last season, he wasn’t...
The Dallas Cowboys are not calling it a “pitch count” but they will limit the number of throws that quarterback Tony Romo makes in training camp.
Romo, 33, is coming off back surgery.
“It’s more communication – ‘How you feeling?’ – and also, you look at the ball,” head coach Jason Garrett said Saturday, via The Star Telegram. “Does the ball look a little dead...
The Dallas Cowboys are in the process of reaching a Cowboys Stadium naming rights deal with AT&T, sources tell 105.3 The Fan.
The framework of the arrangement – discussed with the telecommunications giant since the $1.2 billion building opened four years ago – once centered on a $25 million-a-year fee. A source said a Farmers Insurance bid of $700 million for a proposed...
Cowboys defensive lineman Jay Ratliff injured his hamstring while running during today’s conditioning test.
According to the Fort Worth Star-Telegram, Ratliff will undergo an MRI on his hamstring.
“We’ll just evaluate that as we go with Rat,” Cowboys coach Jason Garrett said. “Rat’s had a few different things going on over the last year that he’s dealt with. He has...
Twenty years ago, the Cowboys headed into a season as the defending Super Bowl champions. It was hardly difficult to find an NFL magazine that featured one of the Cowboys on the cover (even in Missouri).
Emmitt Smith made the cover of Cliff Charpentier’s 1993 Fantasy Football Digest.
A book published in 1993 also featured a member of the Cowboys. It was Cliff Charpentier’s 1993...