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Police say Dallas Cowboys nose tackle Josh Brent had a
blood-alcohol content level more than twice the legal limit after
the crash that killed teammate and friend Jerry Brown.
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The Dallas Cowboys have listed linebacker DeMarcus Ware as probable for Sunday night’s NFC East show down with the Washington Redskins as he continues to nurse a shoulder injury. Ware will equipped with a shoulder harness to help stabilize his shoulder during the game. DeMarcus Ware had KT tape on his right shoulder Friday after practice. He’ll have a shoulder harness on it come...
The Cowboys have only one way to make the playoffs this week.
We've made it to the last week of the season. There is still a lot to figure out in both Conferences and a couple teams still in the playoff hunt.
Here's a look at the Week 17 Final Playoff Scenarios:
Locked-up: Atlanta Falcons (South, #1 Seed, home-field throughout); Green Bay Packers (NFC North...
Former Dallas Cowboys great Drew Pearson, the owner of the original number 88 jersey, thinks the Cowboys need to go after Washington Redksins QB hard, very hard, even if it costs them penalties.
Dallas needs a big win against the 'Skins to win the NFC East, but let's be realistic. Purposely drawing penalties is never a good idea.
"We need to let him know that it...
Coaching the Dallas Cowboys is one of the highest profile jobs you can have in professional sports. Jason Garrett holds the spot for now as the Cowboys head into an all-important Sunday night game against the Washington Redskins with the playoffs on the line. Despite recent comments from Dallas owner/general manager Jerry Jones, just how safe is Jason Garrett’s job with the Cowboys...
While Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Dez Bryant and running
back DeMarco Murray were full participants at practice Thursday, defensive
lineman DeMarcus Ware was sidelined for the second day in a row due to shoulder
and elbow injuries, reports Charean Williams of The Fort Worth Star Telegram.
Linebacker DeMarcus Ware missed practice again Thursday with
shoulder and elbow injuries...
The Dallas Cowboys get another shot at Robert Griffin III after he put them through their worst quarter of the season in a loss on Thanksgiving.
They aren't talking all tough about how it will be different this time around for Washington's dynamic rookie quarterback in a Sunday night game that will decide the NFC East champion.
Dallas might not even be surprised if the...
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I don’t think Jason Garrett has much to worry about. It definitely wouldn’t hurt to get a win over the Redskins this week and clinch the very competitive NFC East. That being said, he IS the head coach of the Dallas Cowboys and will have to deal with Jerry Jones after the season ends. If Garrett’s team makes...
The hype that has already surrounded this match, you could be forgiven for thinking that there was something more than a division title up for grabs. Of course, throw in the added ingredient of one of pro sports most heated rivalries, and the fact that a playoff place is there for the winners, something that both franchises have been starved of in recent times, its easy to see...
The Cowboys and Redskins are playing for the NFC East this weekend, this is why people love the NFL.
Entering the last week of the season I'm sitting at 153-87. That's ok but not great. I'd like to be over 170 for the season, but it is what it is at this point. Let's finish strong.
With teams resting players and teams out, I'll also take a look at the...
2012 is almost in the books.
For the Dallas Cowboys, the tale of this football year has yet to be told. But for Silver and BlueBlood (SBB), the books are all but closed. And, thanks to our faithful readers, Facebook friends and Twitter followers, it was far and away the best year yet, as I will demonstrate with the following snippet taken from the admin page of the site:
For the first time in recent memory, the Sunday Night Football game this week is possibly the best game on the docket. Perhaps not because of the quality of the game it might be, but for what is at stake; the NFC East crown. Nice work with the whole “flex” schedule…finally.
With the defending champion Giants pretty much having their season ended the past two weeks in Atlanta...