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If the best player available at No. 14 is a tackle, should the Cowboys draft him, even though they got Tyron Smith last year. After signing that big contract, Doug Free seemed to take a step backward.
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Dallas Cowboys defensive end Jason Hatcher made a highly publicized statement on Friday, saying he was unsure of who the leaders were on his team.
Hatcher, who admitted the Cowboys have plenty of talent, added that the team needs a vocal leader that is similar to Baltimore Ravens linebacker Ray Lewis.
But all of his teammates don't agree. Asked about Hatcher's comments...
Dallas Cowboys executive vice president Stephen Jones made it clear that he’s confident that quarterback Tony Romo can lead them to a Super Bowl.
“We are firmly in the corner that that’s not our issue,” Jones said Tuesday per the Dallas Morning News. “If you’re a Cowboy fan, if you’re somebody who wants the Cowboys to do well, that ought to be what you’re happiest...
INDIANAPOLIS – If defensive end Jason Hatcher is looking for leaders on the Dallas Cowboys, all he has to do is look at one of the players who lines up next to him, Jason Garrett suggested.
“(Pro Bowl nose tackle) Jay Ratliff is a heck of a football player, and one of those leaders,” the coach said. “Someone was asking about leadership earlier. That’s a great leader....
INDIANAPOLIS -- Jason Garrett said the Dallas Cowboys have team leaders, and he pointed to Tony Romo, Jason Witten, DeMarcus Ware and Jay Ratliff as examples.