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Kenyon Coleman was a starter for the Cowboys last season, but he wasn’t that great and he turned 33 this offseason. He’s owed 1.9 million in the final year of his deal and could now the Dallas Cowboys official website is saying that Coleman could be a cap casualty. Even though Coleman was a starter last year, the Cowboys used so much rotation on the defensive line that he only managed 425 snaps, 2nd among his position on the team.
The Cowboys can more than make up for his absence with 3rd round rookie Tyrone Crawford and by giving Sean Lissemore, who played very well in limited snaps last season, more playing time. In addition to Crawford and Lissemore, the Cowboys have Jason Hatcher, an incumbent starter and Marcus Spears, their top backup, at defensive end.
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DeMarco Murray may already be the greatest player to wear #29 for the Dallas Cowboys.
This is another update to the greatest Dallas Cowboys by their jersey numbers. This entry focuses on numbers 26 through 30.
Cornerback Kevin Smith was the greatest player to wear #26 according to the 2008 poll. Nobody has come along to take that title from him.
Abram Elam changed from #24 to...
According to Len Pasquarelli of the Sports Xchange, there have been four teams that have made a trade offer to the Dallas Cowboys for cornerback Mike Jenkins. We already know that both the Colts and Lions have expressed made offers. There were also two other teams that inquired about Jenkins since the draft.
The Cowboys remain completely against trading Jenkins...
Dallas Cowboy Anthony Spencer wanted to bring an opportunity for kids in the Midwest to gain exposure in front of college coaches. Along with Bedrock Youth Academy and Next Level program as well as AWP Sports Performance, they put on the R.A.S. Football Camp in Indiana. FOX Sports NEXT's Simone Scott caught up with Spencer to discuss the camp as well as his upcoming season.
The 49ers got to celebrate the 30th anniversary of “The [@#%$&!!!] Catch” on January 10 this year. I don’t need to remind anyone, but one dynasty began that day while the Cowboys fell into mediocrity in a few short seasons.
It hasn’t ever helped Everson Walls that the Sports Illustrated cover featuring the play also prominently shows Walls. Here it is:
A source tells foxsports.com that the Cowboys have not just denied the Lions and Colts, but 4 teams total who have called about Mike Jenkins. Jenkins is disgruntled because the Cowboys added two new starting cornerbacks this offseason, Brandon Carr and Morris Claiborne, and Jenkins is now 4th on the depth chart behind those two and Orlando Scandrick, who remains in the slot as a...
Four-star defensive end Jason Hatcher of Trinity High in Louisville, K.Y., has a big decision in front of him -- and talks about it inside.
OK, another Saturday morning is here, so let's knock out a weekend Cowboys mailbag! Generally, when I do this during this time of year, about three guys a week will ask why we are talking Cowboys now? Nothing is going on? How can you guys possibly talk Cowboys in May and June?
Here's how: We look at real issues and real items that are on our mind. Football is now 52 weeks...
Confirmed by Houston Fox Sports Mark Berman, the Houston Texans have also signed former Dallas Cowboys safety Alan Ball. Once again defensive coordinator Wade Phillips is bringing in one of his former players in Ball who spent 4 seasons under Phillips as the Cowboys head coach.
Ball came to the Cowboys in the 2007 NFL draft out of Illinois when he was drafted in the 7th round (237th...
Is the offensive tackle talent lacking in the NFL these days? One personnel chief believes it is an overrated position right now. Plus, Cowboys cornerback Mike Jenkins is not on the trading block and Jerry Jones has his rationale for sticking with Jenkins, another reason for Andrew Luck’s contract holdup, Shawne Merriman has something to prove, and more.