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Nick Eatman of DallasCowboys.com doesn’t expect to see the Cowboys re-sign soon-to-be free agent DE/OLB Anthony Spencer this offseason.
“Personally, I don’t think the Cowboys will keep Spencer next year because I think he’s going to test the market first and there will be some big-time money out there for him,” Eatman writes. “Surely the Cowboys want him back and I bet he wouldn’t mind staying here.”
Spencer was franchised last offseason, which ran the Cowboys $8.8 million for the 2012 season. Eatman believes that Spencer could warrant a contract somewhere in the $10-$12 million ballpark annually.
Dallas will have an awfully hard time keeping Spencer in Dallas as they are currently $20 million over the cap.
Eatman floats out the idea that the Cowboys could cut players like Doug Free and Dan Connor, which would create $10 million cap space for them to work with. He adds that Brandon Carr, DeMarcus Ware, Jason Witten, and Miles Austin could all be asked to restructure their contracts ...
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As expected, the Dallas Cowboys have promoted Wes Phillips to tight ends coach, according to the Associated Press. Phillips, the son of former Cowboys head coach Wade Phillips, stayed on with the team after his father was fired, slowly moving up the ranks since 2007, and is said to be highly regarded at Valley Ranch.
Nick Eatman of DallasCowboys.com has indicated that he’s not expecting the Cowboys to make many moves once free agency opens up next month.
Eatman points to the fact that the Cowboys loaded up during last offseason’s free agency period.
The fax machines were blowing up with contract offers here at Valley Ranch. The Cowboys got Brandon Carr andKyle Orton, followed by Nate Livings and Dan...
Emmitt Smith is an all time Dallas Cowboys great and has the pulse of everything Dallas. Smith was a guest on 105.3 KRLD-FM, and was asked about the criticism Cowboys starter Tony Romo gets.
Smith as honest as could be, said the criticism of Romo is unfair, and added Romo runs for his life.
I don’t think any of it is really fair, especially Tony Romo. Tony Romo is playing...
Deer antler spray? That’s nothing, says former Dallas Cowboys defensive lineman Tony Casillas. While the Cowboys were putting together one of the more dominant dynasties in NFL history, they were using a medicated rub that was used on horses. While speaking with 105.3 the Fan in Dallas, the former Cowboy was discussing Ray Lewis and his alleged use of a banned substance by the...
Boy, those Super Bowl Dallas Cowboys teams of the early-to-mid 1990s were a bunch of animals. Or, at least, they doped like animals. So says former Cowboys defensive lineman Tony Casillas. Per Pro Football Talk:
Asked on 105.3 The Fan in Dallas about Ray Lewis’s alleged use of a banned substance contained in deer antler spray, Casillas said he doesn’t know about...
So, you think it would be fun to be quarterback of the Dallas Cowboys? It could make you one of the most hated athletes in America.
Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo is finding that out after being ranked 10th on Forbes' list of the country's 10 most disliked athletes.
The rankings, published this week, were the result of surveys conducted by Neilsen Sports and market research...
In the wake of the Super Bowl revelation that Ray Lewis allegedly used a banned substance containing deer antler spray, former Dallas Cowboys defensive lineman says that’s nothing.
During an interview on 105.3 The Fan, Casillas admitted that his Cowboys teams used similar forms of animal substances for treatment in the locker room per Pro Football Talk.
“When I heard about...
Kentucky's first national signing day under new head coach Mark Stoops was highlighted by the 11th-hour addition of four-star Louisville Trinity defensive end Jason Hatcher.
If the Dallas Cowboys were playing in the Super Bowl LeBron James would be willing to jeopardize missing one of his games to watch it.
That's what the Miami Heat superstar and Cowboys fan said last week when he discussed having to possibly miss all of this year's Super Bowl because of his NBA schedule.
"If the Cowboys were in the Super Bowl, I'd stay there for...
The Dallas Cowboys announced Derek Dooley as the club’s wide receivers coach Monday.