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Dallas Cowboys cornerback Mike Jenkins returned to practice on Sunday after rehabbing an injured shoulder for the entire offseason. He would have been back to practice on Saturday, but was dealing with a migraine.
“He had severe migraines,” Cowboys head oach Jason Garrett said. “So he came in and just wasn’t able to function as a person so we tried our best to get that right. I guess he’s at some history with that in the past, so that was the biggest issue.”
Jenkins’ status for Wednesday’s season opener is still up in the air at this point. Everything will depend on how he looks in practice and whether he suffers any set backs.
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There’s a glimmer of hope that the team can add to the list of world championship seasons.
Outside of Jerry Jones and some die-hard fans, you might be hard pressed to find anyone who thinks the Cowboys will make a Super Bowl run this year.
Thanks to the Dallas Morning News, though, we know that ESPN’s Jamison Hensley thinks that the Cowboys and Texans will face off in Super...
While talking to the media, a New York Post reporter was in the middle of asking Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo about Jerry Jones’ comments that their window is closing, and before the question was finished being asked Romo said, “That’s it!” and walked off upset.
Romo is clearly done responding to questions that revolve around Jones’ comments. Maybe he should sit...
Dallas Cowboys tight end Jason Witten won't know until Tuesday if he will be cleared to play in the season opener.
Witten is set to have a CT scan before the team leaves for New York to determine if his lacerated spleen is healed. Owner Jerry Jones says that scan probably will dictate if the seven-time Pro Bowl tight end gets to play against the Giants on Wednesday night.
The excitement of opening day can bring many different feelings to an NFL player like Dez Bryant, Tony Romo, or Morris Claiborne. For some, it is the first time they strap on a helmet and hit the battle field. This time everything counts. For others, it’s just another game and fresh start to an NFL [...]
Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo has already made it clear that he believes tight end Jason Witten will play in Wednesday’s season opener against the Giants, after being asked if his teammate will be healthy enough after suffering a lacerated spleen just a few weeks ago.
“As of what I know, I think he’s going to, yes,” Romo said.
Today Romo was once again asked...
The Dallas Cowboys revamped their offensive line during the offseason.
Veteran guards Mackenzy Bernadeau and Nate Livings were signed, while starting tackles Tyron Smith and Doug Free switched sides. The only carryover starter in the same spot on the line is center Phil Costa.
The problem is they never all played together in the preseason. Bernadeau and Livings were in only one...
According to the Dallas Cowboys’ official injury report, wide receiver Miles Austin fully practiced on Monday and is set to play in Wednesday night’s opener. Dez Bryant was also a full go.
Tight end Jason Witten (spleen) and cornerback Mike Jenkins (shoulder) were limited.
We’ll find out on Tuesday after Witten undergoes a CT Scan to determine whether or not he’ll be...
Cowboys tight end Jason Witten (lacerated spleen) returned to practice Saturday, according to ESPN.Fantasy Spin:Witten hasn't practiced since suffering a lacerated spleen on Aug. 13. The Cowboys' tight end had a scan of his spleen Aug. 28 which revealed the injury was healing, but he was not cleared for contact. He's still questionable for Week 1.
In a segment that will air Monday, Cowboys linebacker DeMarcus Ware told NFL Network’s Lindsey Rhodes that the Giants players need to “walk the walk” if they plan on talking (Credit: AP Photo).
According to Dallas Cowboys linebacker and former NFL sack leader DeMarcus Ware the New York Giants can say whatever they want. Ware spoke with NFL Network’s Lindsey Rhodes about...
The first official injury reports are here, signaling a start to the NFL season. The opening game features the Giants and Cowboys, and both teams have significant questions as their Wednesday matchup nears.
Jason Witten and Miles Austin
Witten will undergo a CT scan on Tuesday to see how his lacerated spleen is healing. If the scan reveals adequate healing, doctors could clear...
Despite cautious optimism from teammates and superiors, it seems the soonest we’ll see Jason Witten on the field is Week 2.
According to ESPN’s Ed Werder, the Cowboys tight end, who suffered a lacerated spleen this preseason, is “extremely unlikely” to play in Wednesday’s regular season opener against the Giants. The team considers the injury to be of the 4-6 week variety...
Dallas Cowboys cornerback Brandon Carr on New York Giants wide receiver Victor Cruz:
“I don’t plan on seeing no dancing.”
You have to love the NFC East rivalries.
The first regular season NFL game of 2012 kicks off this Wednesday on the grand stage of MetLife Stadium.The New York Giants will be hosting the Dallas Cowboys for a much anticipated opening night in less than 24 hours.The Cowboys will be looking forward to their opportunity at taking down the defending Super Bowl champions to start the 2012 season off with a big bang.A victory against...
Among the 90,413 in attendance for Saturday's Alabama-Michigan action at Dallas Cowboys Stadium (a stadium record for a college football game) was one of the top cornerbacks in the country for the class of 2014, local product Nick Watkins, who holds an offer from both the Tide and the Wolverines. He weighs in on the experience.