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The Dallas Cowboys 2013 NFL draft is almost here, and if you’re a Cowboys fan just now catching up to what’s going on. Don’t worry, we’ll catch you up.
Let’s start with the Cowboys 2013 draft order.
First-round: pick 18
Second-round: pick 47
Third-round: pick 80
Fourth-round: pick 114
Fifth-round: pick 151
Sixth-round: pick 185
The Cowboys traded their seventh-round pick (224 overall) to the Miami Dolphins for guard Ryan Cook.
To learn about the draft strategy the Cowboys might employ on draft day in the first-round, I would suggest you read my most recent article on the matter “First Round Predictions: Dallas Cowboys”
To learn about every possible player the Cowboys might draft in the first-round; mainstream first-round mock picks for the Dallas Cowboys are listed below... Read more
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Dallas Cowboys linebacker Demarcus Ware did not back pedal on a comment that he made directly after Tony Romo was awarded with a $108 million contract extension.
Ware just expanded upon it.
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Tony Romo and the Cowboys missed the playoffs last season by losing the last game of the season. This offseason, part time General Manager Jerry Jones signed Romo to a huge long term extension. I think this decision was good for the teams cap situation and the best decision they could make at QB. Where else are they going to go? There are a lot of bad QB play in the NFL and...
NFL fans probably could care less about Tyrann Mathieu, "The Honey Badger" who has had one huge downhill road. I see this as a comeback story to remember. Fans will miss out on an exciting player. Mathieu has a on going dispute regarding his failed marijuana tests. As a fan, I hate stories about potentially great football players who have additions. The question is, ...
Dallas Cowboys executive vice president Stephen Jones told the Elf & Slater Show on 105.3 The Fan KRLD-FM that he believes his team will be much better in 2013.“Obviously, we got our eyes on not only getting them healthy but keeping them healthy,” Jones said, via the Dallas Morning News. “We got some good ideas on that in terms of how we’re going to manage different...
The Dallas Cowboys went 30 years without drafting an offensive lineman in the first round. They might do it for the second time in three drafts Thursday night.
Blockers are among the needs after Dallas signed two free-agent guards last year and still finished second-to-last in rushing in the NFL.
If the Cowboys take a guard in the first round, it will be just the second time in...
IRVING, Texas Experts have been saying for a while that this year's NFL Draft isn't loaded with as many elite prospects as there have been in prior years. The strength of this class is in its depth.
For the Dallas Cowboys, drafting at No. 18 isn't a bad place to be. There should be a quality starter available, and if they're on the clock and not in love with any...
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The following is the 8th in a series of draft profiles for the 1st round pick for the Dallas Cowboys. These profiles are put together with the specific needs of the Cowboys in mind, and is an attempt to examine their resumes and game tape to get an idea of who might fit in best with Dallas come draft day. Surely, circumstances will dictate what actually happens on that day, but we...
With the draft just three days away, fans are eager to know who the Cowboys will take with the 18th pick in the first round. In past years there has been a consensus pick or even strong rumors of who we may draft – not this year. This year, has been very hush-hush as we enter the final stretch towards Thursday. I’ve pinged several of my reliable sources as I have in past years...
For the Dallas Cowboys, hope and expectation is always high, as a new season approaches.Last year, they coulda been a contender, but - once again - they didn't make the cut.It makes one wonder how many more seasons without a playoff win, or even a playoff game, Jerry Jones can take.The 2013 schedule looks manageable for Tony Romo's boys.What does that mean? It means that...
The Dallas Cowboys have re-signed safety Danny McCray after the best season of his career.