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After missing the playoffs in 2011, Dallas Cowboys owner/GM made a couple of moves to beef up the defense by signing Kansas City Chiefs corner back Brandon Carr, and by moving up in the draft to take LSU corner back Morris Claiborne with the sixth overall pick. By moving up to get Claiborne the Cowboys had to give up the second round pick. Things did not turn out during the 2012 season the way Jones intended last April.With the Cowboys finishing the season with a disappointing 8-8 record and the draft coming up in April, here is how the rookies of the 2012 draft turned out for the Cowboys.
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IRVING, Texas - In my exclusive interview with Dallas Cowboys coach Jason Garrett on Jan. 2, I asked him about the possibility of a change in the offensive staff and in the playcalling duties, to now held by Garrett himself.
"Everything is on the table," Garrett told me.
That status is ongoing, as Garrett and owner Jerry Jones continue to meet to evaluate the possibility...
Charlotte Jones Anderson, the daughter of Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones, will lead the organizing committee for next year's Final Four at Cowboys Stadium.
Anderson's appointment on Tuesday came about a month after NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell announced she would head the league's reorganized charitable arm, now called the National Football League Foundation.
Team needs and impending free agents for the Dallas Cowboys.
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That's not to say the Cowboys expected Rob Ryan to fail, but...
Wow, how the mighty stay average. "America's Team" once again finishes .500 and has their season end with a resounding thud at the hands of rookie sensation Robert Griffin III and the Washington Redskins. It could not get any worse. Not only do you lose out on going to the playoffs, but to add insult to injury, to watch your Dallas Cowboys lose a winner take all divisional...
What happens in Vegas will soon be seen everywhere. The proposal of a 60,000-seat stadium for UNLV football includes a 100-yard video board. The entire project, known as “UNLV Now”, is valued at $800 million.
The 100-yard video board would be 40 yards longer then the one at the Dallas Cowboys Stadium in Arlington, Texas.
“When Vegas puts on a show, people expect something amazing...