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Murray To Remain No. 1 RB in Dallas

Team owner Jerry Jones noted that DeMarco Murray will remain the Cowboys' No. 1 running back in 2012 over Felix Jones, according to the Star-Telegram. Jerry Jones said, "He’s just harder to bring down than Felix Jones. Felix has the quickness, the vision and can get outside. But Murray did bring that dimension of power, and there’s probably not five pounds’ worth of...

The Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Postseason: A Dallas Cowboys Fan’s Rant

Jay shares the same frustrations as the rest of Cowboys Nation Dallas Cowboys-related Tweet of the Week: @kupdeville816 “Just to think the Giants were in ICU and we couldn’t finish them and they were as inconsistent as the Cowboys and now NY in the bowl makes me sick” Football is, without a doubt, my favorite sport to watch. I could spend every Sunday in the regular season...

DeMarcus Ware Makes the All-Any-Era Team

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Jason Witten Left Off the All-Any-Era Team

The Dallas Cowboys have a tight end who can block better than many tight ends in NFL history. This same tight end ranks 38th in league history in receptions with 696. You might also recall that Jason Witten gained 53 yards on a play during which he lost his helmet. Here is that particular play: Well, neither Witten’s old-school toughness nor his modern-era productivity was enough...

Cowboys, Giants were close but yet so far

The Cowboys could have prevented all this. It was the Cowboys who stood in the way of the New York Giants from making the playoffs and ultimately the Super Bowl. Had the Cowboys won the regular season finale on New Year's Day in New Jersey, it would be them, not the Giants, winning the NFC East title and advancing to the playoffs. It was that close, 9-7 against 8-8. And yet...

Garrett, Cowboys Looking For "Smart, Tough" Players In Mobile

In Mobile, Alabama for the Senior Bowl, Dallas Cowboys’ head coach Jason Garrett took some time this week to discuss the type of players he and the Cowboys are looking for prior to the 2012 NFL Draft, and it wasn’t really all that surprising. “In general, you want smart, tough football players who have a passion for playing,” Garrett said Tuesday, per the Fort Worth Star...

Cowboys' Garrett wants 'smart' players with correct 'approach'

Cowboys looking for a full-time defensive end

On draft day 2011, the Dallas Cowboys had a choice on their hands when they selected No. 9 overall. High on their board was a player they believed could play tackle for them for the next 10 years at a very high level, Tyron Smith from USC. But, just as high according to at least one source, was a DE from Wisconsin that they felt could fill a real position of need for them in their...

Jerry Jones Dreams of Having Two Linebackers Like Patrick Willis & Navarro Bowman

Dallas Cowboys owner and general manager Jerry Jones really likes his two middle linebackers,  Sean Lee and Bruce Carter.  He made it clear at this years Senior Bowl on the NFL Network,  that his dream is for them to play like Patrick Willis and Navarro Bowman of the 49ers. “We all watched Bowman. We watched Willis out there for San Francisco, and boy, did those guys make a...

Cowboys Looking For Assistant Coaches At Senior Bowl

At the introduction of the new look coaching staff at Valley Ranch last week, the Dallas Cowboys made clear that they intended on finding another secondary coach to assist new hire Jerome Henderson. This week, the Cowboys are looking at potential candidates for the position at the Senior Bowl in Mobile. "We'll continue that process," head coach Jason Garrett said...

Retired QB Kitna set to coach high school team

Jon Kitna was hired as the football coach at Lincoln High School in Tacoma after retiring from a 15-year NFL career.

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Orlando Scandrick got a big contract, but does that really mean the Cowboys think he can start on the outside, or will he stay in the slot?

Jon Kitna to coach football at Tacoma high school

Jon Kitna was hired as the football coach at Lincoln High School in Tacoma after retiring from a 15-year NFL career.
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