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Former Dallas Cowboys great Bob Lilly acknowledged at the Pro Football Hall of Fame that quarterback Tony Romo’s window to win a Super Bowl is closing. But he believes he has what it takes to get the job done.
“I think Tony is a pretty good quarterback, and if he’s ever going to be totally mature, he’ll be that way this year,” Lilly told Around the League. “He’s got a few years left, but he’s getting into his early 30s. A lot of quarterbacks have matured late, but generally the ones that have won and have dynasties, started out fairly young on the team they played with.”
Lilly did say, “I think he’s got it.”
I would never expect a former Cowboys player to say Romo can’t win a Super Bowl, unless it’s Terrell Owens.
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In terms of depth at the wide receiver position, the Dallas Cowboys have only two proven guys on their current depth chart. Dez Bryant and injury prone Miles Austin surface out the lone two intriguing pieces to their wide out corps. Then you had Laurent Robinson, who was clearly the Dallas Cowboys best offensive threat last year, go to Jacksonville on a five-year deal...
Tony Romo, DeMarco Murray and the Dallas Cowboys wrapped up their first week of training camp with a scrimmage.
The controlled session Sunday came exactly one month before the Cowboys play their season opener Sept. 5 at the defending Super Bowl champion New York Giants. About 12,000 fans attended.
With 18 players injured and not playing, the scrimmage was more situational work...
In this edition of Three Point Stance, we will be analyzing what the hindrances are to the Dallas Cowboys making the Super Bowl, and what components will contribute to the Cowboys making a Super Bowl run. The components will be based on their training camp performances, as well as career performances thus far.
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Improved Secondary: Dallas addressed...
The Dallas Cowboys have released veteran safety Brodney Pool, one of their free-agent pickups earlier this year.
Pool was released Monday along with cornerback Isaac Madison when the Cowboys cleared roster space to sign receiver David Little and running back Javarris Williams.
Before playing the last two years for the New York Jets, Pool began his career with five seasons in Cleveland...
OXNARD, Calif. (AP) -- Dallas Cowboys receiver Miles Austin is expected to miss at least a few days with a strained hamstring.
Coach Jason Garrett said Sunday that the team will be cautious with Austin, who missed six games last season because of problems with both hamstrings. The coach said Austin was having a great start to camp, but could be out up to a week even though the team...
Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Miles Austin injured his hamstring during practice on Saturday and will sit out for at least a week (Credit: AP Photo/Gus Ruelas)
After injuring his hamstring during practice on Saturday, it looks like Dallas Cowboys Miles Austin is going to miss at least a week.
The team doesn’t feel that the injury is as serious as either of the hamstring pulls that...
Two days after quitting the team, Dallas Cowboys rookie wide receiver Cole Beasley changed his mind and was headed back to the team's camp in Oxnard, Calif., on Sunday. The rookie out of Southern Methodist told coach Jason Garrett Friday he wanted to quit football, so he left camp and went back to Dallas. However, he was expected to return Sunday for the team's Blue-White...
Pro Football Hall of Famer Deion Sanders says he will be coaching high school football on Friday nights this fall.
Sanders said Monday he will be one three men sharing head coaching duties at Prime Prep Academy, the charter school he is opening this fall in Dallas.
The other co-head coaches are former Dallas Cowboys teammates George Hegamin and Kevin Mathis.
Despite other commitments...
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Former NFL player and current NFL Network analyst Deion Sanders is trying to sell his 5,000 square foot condo in Dallas as he continues during his current divorce proceedings with Pilar Sanders.
TMZ.com has all the details below.
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“Deion listed the condo — located in the swanky celeb-filled Azure building — back in March … soon...
Add another injury to the list of the Dallas Cowboys' problems with Miles Austin since 2009.
In 2009, Austin exploded in a Week 5 game between the Cowboys and the Chiefs. Austin delivered 250 yards of offense and two touchdowns over just ten catches in that game.
Austin finished the 2009 season with 1,320 receiving yards, and 1,239 of those occurred after the first four...
According to Clarence Hill Jr. of the Fort Worth Star-Telegram, Dallas Cowboys cornerback Mike Jenkins will likely be out for the entire preseason while he continues to rehab from offseason shoulder surgery.
Dr. Janes Andrews recently checked out Jenkins’ progress and decided that he’s not healthy enough to be cleared for practice. If he misses the preseason, it will...
Time for the first part of our position-by-position NFC East analysis and rankings! We'll be starting with quarterbacks. There is no single factor that will make or break any of the candidates-- they will be assessed based on the five grading criteria below. Note that RGIII will not be rated due to the fact that he has yet to prove himself on an NFL level.
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