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Free agency is underway. Teams are posturing and positioning and snapping up talent to improve their on-field product.
Everyone, that is, except your Dallas Cowboys. The Cowboys, due to Jerry Jones’s shrewd moves in the past—Yes, that is my tongue in my cheek—have been obliged to move heaven and earth and release players like Gerald Sensabaugh and former first-rounder Marcus...
The Cowboys always get a lot of hype, the problem is they are not living up to it. Tony Romo has talent at the skill positions but needs to have time to throw the ball. Will Jerry give him the help he needs?
1 Kansas City - Eric Fisher, OT
2 Jacksonville - Luke Joeckel, OT
3 Oakland - Sharrif Floyd, DT
4 Philadelphia - Star Latulelei, DT
5 Detroit - Dion...
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The Dallas Cowboys and Tony Romo are close on a contract extension that will keep the quarterback with the team.
Hey, Dallas Cowboys fans, the Ides of March have come and gone.
For those of you that have no clue what the Ides of March is in the first place, here you go:
The Romans did not number days of a month sequentially from the first through the last day. Instead, they counted back from three fixed points of the month: the Nones (5th or 7th, depending on the length of the month), the Ides ...
Dallas Cowboys Not Looking to Free Agency:
Dallas fans have been wondering since the Redskins game ended in Week 17 how the team was going to fix its problems—and they still are.
At one time the Dallas Cowboys were the team to beat. Opponents feared them, the fans loved them, and opposing fans hated to see them come to town. Now they are the team that should win, but...
According to Clarence Hill of the Fort Worth Star-Telegram, the Dallas Cowboys are still looking to sign quarterback Tony Romo to an extension so they can free up more cap room and make some moves in free agency.
Instead of focusing on signing any free agents right now, I think the Cowboys are going to work hard to get an extension done for both Romo and linebacker Anthony Spencer...
DALLAS - The NFL confirms the Dallas Cowboys will play in the Hall of Fame preseason game in Canton, Ohio on Aug. 4 at 8 p.m. ET.
The Cowboys, who will play the Miami Dolphins, will be a featured attraction on the weekend. Cowboys great Larry Allen is being inducted into the Hall of Fame (with his presenter being owner Jerry Jones). Bill Parcells, a former Cowboys coach, is also...
The way last year ended (with Tony Romo running for his life every time the ball was snapped) locks in the first choice for the Cowboys.The first round pick will be an offensive lineman.However, a first round pick is going to be a cornerstone of your franchise, no matter who you pick. It's only possible to fail by selecting a bust.The second and third rounds, which take place...
Emmitt Smith has made headlines the last few days because of his opinion on an NFL rule change. The former Dallas Cowboys running back doesn't like the idea of penalizing a running back for lowering his helmet to initiate contact with defenders.
During a Monday phone interview, Smith explained why he calls the rule ridiculous.
"I think it affects every aspect of our game...
CANTON, Ohio (AP) -- The Dallas Cowboys and Miami Dolphins will meet in the Hall of Fame Game on Aug. 4 to open the NFL's preseason.
The night game at Fawcett Stadium will follow the induction ceremonies the previous day. Entering the Hall of Fame will be former Cowboys offensive lineman Larry Allen, former Dolphins wide receiver Cris Carter, and Bill Parcells, who coached in...
Cowboys and Dolphins to Play in Hall of Fame Game- The NFL announced today that the Dallas Cowboys will take on the Miami Dolphins in the traditional Hall of Fame game to kick-off the 2013 NFL pre-season. The game will take place Sunday, August 4th at 8p.m. ET and air on NBC. Scruggs to Host