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The Dallas Cowboys have surprisingly released fullback Shaun Chapas, according to a league source.
Chapas is expected to draw action from fullback-needy teams on the waiver wire, per a source.
The 6-foot-2, 247-pounder was promoted to the active roster from the practice squad last year after Tony Fiametta got hurt and started his first NFL game against the Arizona Cardinals. Source: Scout.com
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DALLAS Jimmy Johnson believes the Dallas Cowboys have a championship-level quarterback in Tony Romo.
That's what the coach who won two Super Bowls in Dallas told a luncheon audience Wednesday.
"The guy is a great quarterback," said Johnson, in comments reported on dallasnews.com. "You've got to win a ring to get it done. I think Romo can get it done. I love...
ARLINGTON, Texas Stephen McGee may not have won the Cowboys' No. 3 quarterback job Wednesday night, but he didn't lose it, either.
If the Cowboys keep a third quarterback, it will be McGee. He started and played the entire first half of Wednesday's JV scrimmage of a preseason game against the Dolphins.
The Cowboys won, 30-13. Because the game was played just four days...
Former New York Giants line backer Lawrence Taylor is aware of the new rules and stipulations placed upon Dez Bryant.
The Hall Of Famer is just not sure they would have worked on him.
In an article written by USA Today, Taylor expressed that sentiment.
“It boils down to the guy and if he is willing to adhere to those rules. I’m not sure I would’ve been able to do...
Jerry Jones opened training camp for the Dallas Cowboys enthusiastically talking about wanting to return to the team's glory days.
With quarterback Tony Romo coming off arguably his best season and DeMarcus Ware still one of the league's premier linebackers, there certainly is some reason for Jones to again be optimistic.
But there is also the harsh reality. Even with Romo...
Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo took advantage of an opportunity to fire back at his critics during a new Starter ad campaign that he’s been featured in.
“People focus on what we haven’t accomplished,” Romo says in the video below. “They focus on mistakes, the near misses, the heartbreaks. People say we haven’t succeeded. People say we haven’t won a championship...
Dallas Cowboys cornerback Mike Jenkins could practice as early as Saturday and may be ready for the Giants on Sept. 5, after he passed his physical, according to the Cowboys website.
Jenkins will have to sit out for a three-day waiting period before he can practice. He had been on the physically unable to perform list (PUP).
Jenkins missed all of the offseason, training camp and...
Jerry Jones informed us today that it is “not impossible” that Jason Witten suits up and plays against the Cowboys on Wednesday. Now, I am not a psych major, nor did I stay at a Holiday Inn Express last night, but when an owner uses a double negative to describe the status of a player, it is not good news.
As far as the fantasy football community is concerned, this should serve...
The Dallas Cowboys reportedly released wide receiver Danny Coale, defensive back Akwasi Owusu-Ansah, offensive linemen Pat McQuistan and Daniel Loper and quarterback Rudy Carpenter on Friday. Coale, a fifth-round pick, didn't do enough to set himself apart according to owner Jerry Jones, who made the comments on his weekly radio show on Friday. Owusu-Ansah was back with...
The Cowboys released rookie wide receiver Danny Coale on Thursday, reports the team's official site. Coale had been sidelined with a broken foot and had recently gotten back in action. Source: CBSSports Attached Thumbnails
The NFL odds look to be in the Cowboys’ favor for their preseason finale against Ryan Tannehill and the Miami Dolphins, but stranger things have happened, especially in exhibition play. Dallas is coming off a 20-19 win last week over the St. Louis Rams, though the score looked much closer than it really was. The Cowboys were actually up 17-3 after the first quarter and 20-6 at...
According to Matt Mosley of FOX Sports, Dallas Cowboys tight end Jason Witten has a “50-50″ chance of playing in next Wednesday’s season opener against the Giants.
I’m told the doctor gave Jason Witten a very positive report based on yesterday’s examination. He remains a “50-50″ proposition vs Giants.
— Matt Mosley (@mattmosley) August 29, 2012
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Dallas Cowboys Wide Receiver Dez Bryant is grounded. Indefinitely. He is not allowed to drink alcohol or visit strip clubs. He has a midnight curfew. He has agreed to attend two counseling sessions per week and has a rotating three … Continue reading →
According to Calvin Watkins of ESPNDallas.com, Cowboys nose tackle Jay Ratliff is questionable for next week’s season opener against the Giants.
“Nose tackle Jay Ratliff (ankle) remains questionable for the season opener next week< reported Watkins.
Even though it looks like there’s a chance Ratliff might play next week, I ultimately don’t think he will.