Found July 14, 2012 on Bloguin Best:
When Jerry Jones says the window is closing for core team members Tony Romo, DeMarcus Ware and Jason Witten to win a Super Bowl, he is speaking only to Romo, says Michael Lombardi in an opinion piece. "Windows never close for NFL teams with great quarterbacks," writes Lombardi who considers Romo a great quarterback. But, Romo's development has been hurt by the absence of Bill Parcells, the coach who elevated him to starter. Romo needs to be pushed, and Parcells always pressured him. Lombardi says that signing Kyle Orton is Jones' method to push Romo. Joe Owens at The Landry Hat blog thinks this is the year Romo leads the Cowboys all the way. Wasn't the new CBA supposed to make rookie contracts easier to be done? Bus Cook, agent for first round draft pick Morris Claiborne, says a deal might not be done before the start of training camp. Some things just don't change. I have a hunch all first round contracts will fall into place once No. 1 Draft Pick...

Cowboys could use Andre Holmes as #3 receiver

According to ESPN Dallas, Cowboys Owner/GM Jerry Jones suggested that Andre Holmes has the inside track to be the Cowboys’ #3 receiver. Behind starters Dez Bryant and Miles Austin, the Cowboys lack any proven depth having lost Laurent Robinson in the offseason. Bryant and Austin have histories of injury problems, so that could be a problem. Holmes is competing with Kevin Ogletree...

Bryant, Witten feelings if Cowboys added T.O.

Dez Bryant has played in celebrity basketball and baseball games with Terrell Owens this summer. They are both extremely athletically gifted and in outstanding shape. So, how about the two both lining up at wide receiver for the Cowboys this season? The Cowboys could use a veteran No. 3 wide receiver. Bryant declined to give a detailed answer to that hypothetical question when...

Anthony Spencer won’t get a new deal from Cowboys

The agent for Cowboys unsigned franchise player Anthony Spencer confirmed today what many had been speculating for months, that his client will not be receiving a long term deal from the Cowboys. The Cowboys surprisingly slapped Spencer, a former 1st round pick who has never had more than 6 sacks in a season, with the franchise tag earlier this offseason, guaranteeing him 8.856 million...

Report: No long-term deal for Cowboys' Spencer

Dallas Cowboys outside linebacker Anthony Spencer reportedly will play the 2012 season under the franchise tag and will not get a long-term deal by Monday's deadline. "We will start the season with his current contract," Spencer's agent, Jordan Woy, told "We will see what happens during the season. I'm sure we will have a discussion before...

2012 NFL Season Preview: Dallas Cowboys

2012 NFL Season Preview: Dallas Cowboys.

No Chance Dallas Cowboys Sign Terrell Owens

Rumors are running rampant about an NFL comeback for Terrell Owens, and many believe there is a chance that the Dallas Cowboys will sign T.O. to solve their problem at the No. 3 wide receiver position. I am here to tell you right now that there is absolutely no chance of that happening. Sure, Owens would love for that to happen. He can say that he is a changed man. He can say that...

Jason Witten indifferent on whether he’d want Terrell Owens back

Getty Images Dallas Cowboys tight end Jason Witten was asked how he’d feel if Terrell Owens re-joined the team. “Honestly, it would be indifferent for me,” Witten said. “I think it’d be hard for me to make a comment on it, really.” Even wide receiver Dez Bryant didn’t have much to say.  He just said that Owens is a “great guy” and “it’d be big” if he signed...

Looking ahead... training camp

The start of the NFL season for the Dallas Cowboys will be here before you know it.

Dallas Cowboys: Tony Romo Scrutiny Unwarranted

Ask any knowledgeable football fan what the most visible most highly scrutinized job in the National Football League is and the majority of people will say QB of the Dallas Cowboys. Some people may not agree. The Cowboys, over the last 16+ years, have been toiling in obscurity winning just two playoff games in that span with a QB carousel of names like Carter, Hutchinson, Testeverde...
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