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Dallas Cowboys left tackle Tyron Smith has been fined $15,000 by the NFL for his horse-collar tackle that prevented a touchdown on an interception return in the season-opening win over the Giants.
When asked Wednesday if it was money well spent, Smith said it was, because the play helped his team. He said he wasn't asking for any help from his teammates to pay the fine.
Early in the second quarter of the Sept. 5 opener, linebacker Michael Boley intercepted a pass near midfield. He wasn't tackled until Smith made a ''last effort'' and grabbed him at the 2.
The ball was marked at the 1, and the Giants failed to on three plays to get in the end zone before kicking a field goal for a 3-0 lead. Dallas won 24-17.
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IRVING It is, in a sense, the best 15,750 that Dallas Cowboys offensive tackle Tyron Smith will ever spend. Sources tell 105.3 The Fan in Dallas, the NFL has ordered the 21-year-old budding standout to pay for his horse-collar of the Giants' Michael Boley part of a game-turning tackle of Boley following his interception. Smith's tackle was followed by his defensive teammates...
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The Cowboys intend to cash in on the attention generated when owner Jerry Jones was spotted having his glasses cleaned by his son-in-law by selling a unique product.
The Dallas Cowboys injuries list doesn't seem to be getting much shorter.
Of course, preliminary injury reports don't come out until Thursday, but this is the Dallas Cowboys. Every little tidbit of news is scrutinized so heavily, that we can pretty safely analyze the report even before it comes out. Also a big shout out of thanks to Jerry Jones, who seems to comment...
(Eds: APNewsNow. With AP Photos.) By STEPHEN HAWKINS AP Sports Writer Ryan Cook was playing against the Dallas Cowboys in the preseason finale only a couple of weeks ago.
Now Cook is preparing to start in the middle of the Cowboys' restructured offensive front Sunday at Seattle. He was already snapping to Tony Romo and making line calls only two series into the season opener...
Last week: 17 (+2)
The Cowboys beat the Giants because Tony Romo had one of the best games of his career. However, they committed 13 penalties, which could have easily derailed them, but Tony Romo wouldn’t let it happen and kept coming up with big throw after big throw. They’ll be right in the NFC East mix, where all 4 teams are evenly matched, but they’ll have...
DeMarcus Ware was limited during Wednesday’s practice because of a lingering hamstring injury, not because of any aggravation from the season-opening win against the New York Giants. Ware played in 51 snaps against the Giants and had two sacks, six tackles and a quarterback pressure. He did not play in the final three preseason games as he recovered from the strain, and it could...
With Dallas Cowboys cornerback Mike Jenkins working his way back into football shape after missing the entire offseason and preseason due to a shoulder injury, owner Jerry Jones has been impressed with what he’s seen so far.
“I’d obviously like to see him out there on all of our money packages, nickel, dime, all of that,” Jones said on 105.3 [KRLD-FM] The Fan’s New School...
According to Clarence Hill Jr. of the Fort Worth Star-Telegram, Cowboys head coach Jason Garrett indicated that he expects tight end Jason Witten to be himself this week after not being a factor at all during last week’s win over the Giants.
Garrett on Witten being better this week: we expect Witt to be Witt.
— Clarence Hill (@clarencehilljr) September 12, 2012
I believe Witten...
It took less than 24 hours for the initial batch of "Jerry Wipes" to sell out on the Dallas Cowboys Pro Shop, but more will be made available.
Mike Jenkins said Wednesday that he feels no bitterness toward the Cowboys for adding two starting cornerbacks in the off-season.
The 27-year-old former Pro Bowl cornerback was the only team member that didnt attend voluntary off-season workouts at Valley Ranch, leading to speculation that he was unhappy with the additions of Brandon Carr and Morris Claiborne.
Tight end Colin Cochart was waived by the Cowboys. Cochart was claimed on waivers from the Bengals on Sept. 1 and kept on the 53-man roster in case tight end Jason Witten couldn't play in the opener at New York. Cochart wasn't needed because Witten played, and he didn't travel with the team to New Jersey. The Cowboys did not make a corresponding move to fill the...
Ridge High (Basking Ridge, N.J.) class of 2014 quarterback Connor Hughes camped at Rutgers and Penn State over the summer and was invited to a game in State College, Pa. He is also hearing from several other BCS schools and he spoke to FOXSportsNEXT about his recruitment.
You may remember Sarah Shahi from such films as “Old School,” or from her days as being a Dallas Cowboys cheerleader. The 32-year-old half-Iranian, half-Mexican brunette was named to Maxim’s “TV’s Hottest Girls.” You can see the lovely Sarah in Sylvester Stallone’s upcoming film “Bullet to the Head.”