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In a just in case move if Tony Romo isn't quite ready to go when training camp begins, the Dallas Cowboys brought a few spare arms in for a visit. According to Calvin Watkins of, the team worked out three quarterbacks Tuesday - Kyle Padron, Chase Clement and Alex Tanney. It's unlikely they sign one of them since they already for 4 QBs on the roster, but they do have a roster spot open. Romo, Kyle Orton, Nick Stephens and Dalton Williams are your current QBs. It's all contigent on whether Romo is actually ready. The latest news from July 8th says Romo is on track and had been throwing as minicamp wound down.

Bill Parcells says people have the wrong idea about Jerry Jones: ‘Jerry isn’t like that’

Former Dallas Cowboys coach and a 2013 Hall of Fame inductee Bill Parcells threw his two cents into the Jerry Jones discussion, coming to the owner’s defense. The strong minded Parcells worked with Jones in the mid 2000’s and he says that the owner ‘cares’ about football and is passionate in leading the organization. Parcells has worked for some of the most powerful owners...

Cowboys Josh Brent retires after only three seasons

Dallas Cowboys NT Josh Brent is retiring from the NFL after three seasons to focus on his off-the-field issues. The team made the announcement Thursday afternoon. “This is the right decision for me, and something that I have given a lot of thought to,” Brent said in a statement. “I am at a point where my main focus is [...]

Looking into the top 10 highest paid quarterbacks in 2013

Quarterback has always been the biggest position of need for many NFL teams. However, these 10 teams believe they have found their man. How could they not? It’s not every day a player is offered $130.75 million over seven years like Aaron Rodgers was this last offseason. His $130 million make him the highest paid quarterback in the NFL based on the total amount of the full contract...

Dallas Cowboys Position Series: Wide Receiver

Bryant (88) is poised for a superstar season in 2013 The maturation of Dez Bryant in the second half of the 2012 season gives the Cowboys and their fans belief that the physical specimen is on the fast track to become a superstar in 2013. To start 2012, many questioned Bryant’s maturity and character. Although talented, many always wondered if he was really worth the trouble. Bryant...

Cowboys waive two players

The Dallas Cowboys have waived quarterback Dalton Williams and offensive tackle J.B. Shugarts, creating more roster space four days before their first training camp practice. The move Wednesday on Williams, a rookie free agent from Akron, leaves Dallas with three quarterbacks in Tony Romo, Kyle Orton and Nick Stephens. Shugarts is a second-year player out of Ohio State. The Cowboys...

Josh Brent Announces Retirement From Cowboys to Focus on Off-Field Issues

Josh Brent will no longer be seen the Cowboys sideline — or any sideline, for that matter. The defensive tackle announced his retirement from the NFL on Thursday, stating that he would like to focus his full attention on his life away from the football field. Brent was charged with intoxication manslaughter after a Dec. 8 car crash that killed his passenger, Cowboys teammate Jerry...

Cowboys Josh Brent Retires Before DUI Manslaughter Trial Starts

ESPN is reporting that Josh Brent has decided to retire to get his “priorities” straight. The Cowboys weren’t going to cut him, so this comes as a surprise. Brent is being accused of driving drunk and causing a car crash that killed his teammate. He has flunked two drug tests since being released on bond, but he is currently free.

Cowboys DeMarcus Ware is ready for training camp

Dallas Cowboys defensive end DeMarcus Ware said he will be ready to go when the Cowboys open training camp on Sunday, according to ESPNDallas. “I’ll be out there doing everything from all the drills to all the plays they want me to do,” said Ware. “I know how it’s going to go, and it’s going to go well.” Ware underwent shoulder surgery in early January, and was held...

Cowboys don’t plan using a fullback this season

According to Clarence Hill of the Fort Worth Star-Telegram, the Dallas Cowboys don’t plan on using a fullback this season. cowboys plan to play without fullback, according to coach Jason Garrett..focus on tight ends as they did throughout off season — Clarence Hill (@clarencehilljr) July 18, 2013 The fullback position has been certainly dying over the course of the past decade...

Jason Witten got caught eating hot dog Bill Parcells, thought he would be cut

Bill Parcells was known for being one of the toughest coaches to play for during his tenure in the NFL, but Dallas Cowboys tight end Jason Witten recently shared a story about Parcells showing him mercy. Simply put, there was once a time where Witten thought eating a hot dog might get him cut. On [...]

Cowboys Josh Brent Retiring

((HT: WFAA-TV)) Before the posse comes and a day before training camp, Cowboys defensive end Josh Brent is no longer Cowboys defensive end Josh Brent- he's just Josh Brent... "This is the right decision for me, and something that I have given a lot of thought to," Brent said in a Cowboys news release. "I am at a point where my main focus is all about getting...

Report: People within the Cowboys organization “baffled” as to why Josh Brent is still on their roster

According to, ESPN Ed Werder indicated on NFL Live that people within the Cowboys organization are “baffled” as to why Josh Brent is still on their roster. “There are still a lot of people at Valley Ranch who are baffled about the fact that this player remains on the roster,” Werder said. I think we’re all baffled.  It absolutely make zero sense as...

2013 NFC East Fantasy Storylines

Here are three 2013 fantasy football storylines coming out of the NFC East I'll be paying attention to during training camp and through the end of August: 1) Will Robert Griffin show us enough in training camp and will he play in any preseason games to prove how healthy he is? I see a lot of risk involved in draft RG3, Pierre Garcon, Fred Davis, and even Alfred Morris (ahem...

Josh Brent retires from NFL

With a ruling on his status with the NFL looming after his arrest on charges of intoxicated manslaughter in the death teammate Jerry Brown Jr. last year, Dallas Cowboys defensive tackle Josh Brent has announced his retirement, his agent Peter Schaffer told FOX Sports.
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