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(Eds: APNewsNow. Will be updated. With AP Photos.) By SCHUYLER DIXON AP Sports Writer Bruce Carter and Sean Lee shared the middle of the Dallas defense last year until the two linebackers went down with season-ending injuries.
They're healthy and at full speed in training camp, and the Cowboys are counting on both playmakers in a new scheme that should give them room to run.
Lee doesn't want to talk about the pair's potential. He wants to see it on tape and in the win column. He says anything else is ''all hype.''
Carter got a sampling of running the defense last year after Lee badly injured a toe. But he was lost to an elbow injury on Thanksgiving night against Washington.
Carter says he's a ''whole lot more comfortable'' going into his third season.
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Through the years, Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones and former Oakland Raiders owner, the late Al Davis, let their pride get in the way of running successful and respected franchises. Serving as both owner and general manager, and calling all the shots, Jerry Jones is the face of the Dallas Cowboys just as Al Davis was the face of the Oakland Raiders. While everything is smoothed...
Cowboys owner Jerry Jones spent a large portion of the offseason talking about his team's playcalling situation and its highly paid quarterback. He also brought in Monte Kiffin and Rod Marinelli to revamp a defense that has annually been at bottom of the league in takeaways.
It will be impossible to make any evaluations on those decisions after Sunday's Hall of Fame game...
LeBron James has made a pretty nice career for himself, winning back-to-back NBA championships and collecting four regular-season MVPs. But would the Miami Heat superstar be as dominant if he took his talents to the NFL?
Dez Bryant certainly thinks so.
In a discussion with ESPNDallas.com, the Dallas Cowboys' mercurial receiver said the 6-foot-8, 250 pound James would...
This Cowboys fan has to have one of the craziest tattoos ever. I thought I was a hard core fan! pic.twitter.com/Dep5q8rsMG — rabblerousr (@rabblerousr) August 2, 2013 Need NFL Tickets? Loading... ZergNet The post Fan has the biggest Cowboys tattoo I’ve ever seen (Photo) appeared first on Pro Football Zone.
Going into his ninth NFL season, DeMarcus Ware is doing anything he can to make sure he stays healthy during training camp, even if that means not walking, unless he absolutely has to.
Ware has been spotted zipping around the Cowboys training camp in Oxnard, Calif. this summer on a Segway, the same two-wheeled device that are used by mall cops around the nation. He takes it from...
While many athletes ignore rumors about them to avoid giving phony stories credibility, Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Dez Bryant decided to take one straight on. Someone running a now-deleted Twitter account called “NFL_NBA_Groupie” posted photos on Twitter of an alleged text conversation they had with Bryant. The conversation included raunchy talks about urination and strap-ons. [...]
The Dallas Cowboys are suddenly so thin at offensive line, they grabbed a player who lives 10 minutes from training camp in California.
Good thing they at least had James Nelson in rookie camp in May, even if they chose not to sign him.
The Cowboys lost a pair of guards in starter Nate Livings and backup Kevin Kowalski during their second week of camp. Livings is out at least two...
Dallas Cowboys offensive lineman Nate Livings is scheduled to undergo surgery on his right knee and could miss the team's regular season opener according to the team's website. The surgery would be Livings' second surgery on the knee in six months.
The 31-year-old left guard will have his knee scoped which could keep Livings sidelined for up to four weeks. The Cowboys...
Apparently, the “Jolly Rancher” candy was not so jolly to Cowboys safety Barry Church. I guess you could say Church had to learn the “hard” way after chipping his tooth on a strawberry flavored Jolly Rancher. Church reported some small pains on and off for a couple of weeks after the incident, and then the pain started to mount. On Monday, Church had to go to the dentist...
With an injury that lends itself more fittingly to the boffo world of bizarre sports injuries that typically occur in professional baseball, Dallas Cowboys strong safety Barry Church missed Monday’s training camp practices in Oxnard, Calif., for the strangest of reasons. He chipped his tooth on a Jolly Rancher and had to visit the dentist [...]The post Cowboys safety Barry Church...
No one is crying in sunny southern California at Dallas Cowboys training camp.
Last week, a Washington Redskins fan was devastated after she was unable to get autographs of her favorite team at their training camp.
In response to the YouTube video that went viral, three young Cowboys fans decided to show their "disappointment" after waiting to get autographs of America...
You thinking spending that $200 on a NFL jersey makes you a big fan, you might want to rethink that. This guy here takes being a super fan to a whole new level with his Dallas Cowboys Super Bowl shrine on his back.
My only question for dude is when/if Dallas are able to win another Super Bowl where does he plan to put it?
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Having never gotten a tattoo I don't know exactly what drives people to get them. A lot of people I do know with them got them in honor of something like a fallen friend, the name of the kid(s), etc. Many have also done so to show the love they have of their favorite sports team.
If the size of the tattoo is supposed to say anything (i.e. how much the person loves something...
Dallas Cowboys safety Barry Church missed a day of training camp with a root canal, which he needed after chipping a tooth on a Jolly Rancher, what?