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The Cowboys have activated center Kevin Kowalski andmade room for him on the roster by moving safety Matt Johnson to injured reserve.
The move is a strong indication that the club does not believe starting center Ryan Cook, who has a hyperextended knee, will be able to play in Sundays game against Cleveland. Mackenzy Bernadeau will slide over to start at center while veteran Derrick Dockery will assume Bernadeaus job at right guard.
Johnson had been carried on the active roster the entire season even though a series of hamstring injuries meant he never played in a regular season game and rarely practiced. This move means he can now focus on getting ready for the 2013 season. Source: Dallas Morning News Attached Thumbnails
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I’m going to take a page from George St. Pierre and say: Dallas, I was not impressed by your performance. I’ve never been one to be optimistic when it comes to saying a win is a win. The Cowboys are horrible, straight up sloppy sorry football. How do we even have 5 wins? Stop holding your breath in waiting for that offensive break-out game, its never going to happen.
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ARLINGTON, Texas Cowboys starting left tackle Tyron Smith exited with a left high ankle sprain late in the first quarter Sunday and did not return.
Smith went into the locker room following the injury and returned to the sideline with his left ankle heavily taped. He worked on some moves with reserve center Kevin Kowalski but never went back into the game.
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Forget everything you've read or heard about this being the easy part of the schedule for the Cowboys.
After the Cowboys needed overtime to beat a bad Browns team, 23-20, it's clear that nothing will be easy for this team. They've improved their record to .500, but show few signs of improvement anywhere else.
Every game will be a challenge because the Cowboys simply...
IRVING, Texas (AP) -- Injured Dallas running back DeMarco Murray is unlikely to return from a four-game absence Sunday against Cleveland.
Cowboys coach Jason Garrett said Friday that Murray is doing more each day in recovering from a sprained right foot but is doubtful this weekend.
Murray injured the foot while rushing for 90 yards in the first half against Baltimore on Oct. 14...
The simulations have the Cowboys beating the Browns by about a touchdown.
Madden sim: Dallas wins 24-17. Others: 28-19 (Accuscore); 27-24 (WhatIfSports); 25-18 (Teamranking); 27-17 (Numberfire) twitter.com/kickholder/sta…
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Ed Hochuli is at it again. On the Cowboys’ game-winning drive against the Browns today, Miles Austin dropped a pass… or so we thought. It was ruled an incomplete pass, but on the replay, it shows that it could’ve potentially been ruled as a fumble. So what happens now? This is where Hochuli comes in and explains.
[H/T CJ Fogler]
According to ESPN’s Ed Werder, the Dallas Cowboys are ”not optimistic” about DeMarco Murray‘s chances of playing against the Browns on Sunday.
Murray’s sprained foot has held him out for a few weeks now and the Cowboys aren’t sure if it’s ”sufficiently healed” at this point in time. The fact that he hasn’t been able to put in time on the practice field this...
Lots of quotes came out of Dallas Cowboys practice in the last 24 hours, including two notable former Browns.
Let’s start with the fullback. Lawrence Vickers, a 2006 6th-round pick by the Browns, left as a free agent following the 2010 season. Here were his comments on facing his former team, as reported by ESPNDallas.com:
“It’s personal, why wouldn’t it be? It anybody tells...
Tony Romo’s typical throwing position on Sunday.
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a : going beyond all standards of what is right or decent outrageous disregard of human rights>
b: deficient in propriety or good taste
This brings us to the Cowboys’ 23-20 overtime win over the Cleveland Browns. The Cowboys fielded a patchwork offensive line featuring Mackenzy Bernadeau...
Must be Dallas Cowboys Stadium; or the thousands in it. Whatever it is, Jason Reese owned it Saturday. The 6-foot-4, 220-pound Arizona State tight end pledge walked away with 108 yards and 2 scores on just 3 touches in leading his Euless Trinity Trojans past Flower Mound Marcus, 24-6, and into the second round of the Texas-5A playoffs. We caught up with him (following "The Haka...
The Dallas Cowboys are hoping to erase an ugly first half and secure a win against the two-win Cleveland Browns, a task that won't get any easier with DeMarcus Ware on the sideline.
ESPN's John Clayton reported the Cowboys pass rusher left in the third quarter to undergo a concussion test after tackling Browns running back Trent Richardson.
Ware walked off under his own...