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Todd Archer of ESPNDallas.com reported on Thursday that Dallas Cowboys outside linebacker DeMarcus Ware and running back DeMarco Murray have both been fined for infractions during their 27-24 overtime win this past Sunday against the Pittsburgh Steelers.
Ware was fined $15,750 for his fourth quarter blow to the head of Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger. On the play Ware came off the edge and struck the Steelers quarterback in the back of helmet with his right arm. Roethlisberger dropped to the ground following the hit but did stay in the game.
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The Cowboys have had a very odd year with regards to their defense. So much so that at times you do just look at the personnel available and concede that to judge these players against a normal grading system is just unfair.
Then, you admit that injuries happen all of the league and there are no sympathy cards arriving in the mailbox. You also see that you are in the middle of...
(Eds: APNewsNow. With AP Photos.) By SCHUYLER DIXON AP Sports Writer The Dallas Cowboys couldn't trust receiver Dez Bryant to even run the right routes less than two months ago.
Now they're letting him dictate whether he plays with a broken left index finger. He's insisting on waiting until after the season for surgery.
Bryant broke the finger on a catch against Cincinnati...
IRVING Cowboys rookie cornerback Morris Claiborne said Wednesday that he has passed all of his concussion tests and plans to play Sunday against the New Orleans Saints.
Claiborne, who suffered the brain injury in Cincinnati on Dec. 9, didn't play Sunday against the Pittsburgh Steelers but said he was a full participant in practice on Wednesday.
"I know as of right now...
Cowboys receiver Dez Bryant came out of Sunday's game without any further injury to his left hand and was back at practice on Wednesday.Fantasy Spin:Bryant was obviously protecting the broken finger, but he still managed to produce double-digit points for fantasy owners with four catches for 59 yards and a touchdown. It is the sixth consecutive game he's caught at least one...
This week's game between the New Orleans Saints (6-8) and the Dallas Cowboys (8-6) could take many twists and turns with both teams playing some of their best football of the season.The Saints are coming off of a Week 15 41-0 dismantling of NFC South division rival Buccaneers, while the Cowboys pulled off a 27-24 dramatic overtime win against the Steelers.The past five games...
The Labor Day weekend show at Cowboys Stadium will include a top college football game through at least 2024.
ESPN and the Dallas Cowboys have reached a lengthy extension for the Cowboys Classic, the holiday weekend game that started in 2009, the year the $1.2 billion stadium opened.
The announcement on Wednesday included unveiling the matchup for 2014, when Oklahoma State plays...
ARLINGTON, Texas (AP) -- The Labor Day weekend show at Cowboys Stadium will include a top college football game through at least 2024.
ESPN and the Dallas Cowboys have reached a lengthy extension for the Cowboys Classic, the holiday weekend game that started in 2009, the year the 1.2 billion stadium opened.
The announcement on Wednesday included unveiling the matchup for 2014,...
Archie Manning visited Texas Stadium on a Monday night in 1973.
The Dallas Cowboys and New Orleans Saints have faced one another 24 times since 1967. The Cowboys won the first five games between 1967 and 1969, but most of those games were relatively close.
In 1971, Dallas faced New Orleans in October at time when Tom Landry was still alternating between Roger Staubach and Craig Morton...
With two weeks left in the 2012 NFL season, several NFL awards races are still very much up for grabs. Our two NFL experts, Alex Marvez and Peter Schrager, take a look (and take sides) at whom they'd be voting for if the season were to end this week.
MVP Peter Schrager's ballot
1. Peyton Manning, Denver Broncos
Even if Adrian Peterson breaks Eric Dickerson's single...