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Despite another disappointing, middle-of-the-road finish at 8–8, despite missing the playoffs for the third time in four years, despite boasting a roster of very few defensive stars and more than a few offensive underachievers, Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones has remained optimistic, saying that he expected his team to be a Super Bowl contender in the 2012–13 campaign.
In the first two days of NFL free agency, Jones put his money where his mouth was. Despite being slapped with a $10 million fine by NFL commissioner Roger Goodell for salary cap transgressions during last year’s uncapped season (I know, how can you transgress against a nonexistent cap, unless you are violating a wink-wink collusion agreement?), Jones and company stepped into the batter’s box, swinging for the fences.
Two days and eight FA signings later—the most in franchise history—the Cowboys have upgraded their roster and positioned themselves to be a strong contender in the NFC East, where they were ...
BEST OF MAXIM
Most expect the Cowboys to release guard Kyle Kosier.
With the Cowboys signing guards Mackenzy Bernadeau and Nate Livings, the writing is on the wall for Kyle Kosier. The Cowboys will release him this week.
He leaves Dallas after not having played in a single Pro Bowl. Once upon a time, the Cowboys signed Kosier to replace a lineman who had made 10 Pro Bowls as a Cowboy.
I’ve been very fond of Bradie James for years now. You would often find me screaming, “I love me some Bradie” or simply “BRADDDIIIEEEE” during games and game chats.
Learning that the Cowboys issued a newly signed player the #56, really hurts. Bradie hasn’t even been released or moved on to another team yet. I understand the business, but I dont have to like it.
The Cowboys acquired Deion Sanders by giving him a 7-year, $35 million contract in 1995.
Few big-name cornerbacks in Dallas Cowboys history have arrived either through trades or through free agency. Brandon Carr is among a small handful of corners who have made headlines by signing with Dallas.
Here are quotes focusing on three of the big-name acquisitions at cornerback. No...
The NFL offseason is now cruising by at a rapid pace. The news brings new developments on a seemingly daily basis, and I have been scolded by many of my readers for not weighing in each day on the developments. I do, but usually do so on twitter (@sportssturm) and can only break out full-length blogs when time permits. And guess what? Today, time permits. So, let's catch up by...
Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones finally issued a heartfelt apology to his organization's loyal fan base. It came in the form of several free-agent signings that could be viewed as an admission the Cowboys desperately needed more talent to compete for a playoff spot.
When we last heard from Jones during the NFL Combine, he said his team was talented enough to compete for a Super...
According to Jason LaCanfora of the NFL Network, the Dallas Cowboys signed former Bengals offensive lineman Nate Livings to a five-year, $19 million deal with $6.2 million guaranteed.
The Cowboys also decided to part ways with veteran guard Kyle Kosier, with the addition of Livings.
IRVING, Texas (AP) -- The Dallas Cowboys have signed free-agent guard Nate Livings to a five-year contract.
Livings joined the Cincinnati Bengals as an undrafted rookie free agent in 2006. He played in his first regular-season game in 2008 and has 47 starts in 52 career games.
The Cowboys announced the deal on Friday.
The Dallas Cowboys signed offensive lineman Nate Livings to a five-year contract.
The deal is worth a reported $19 million, including $6.2 million guaranteed.
Livings, who turned 30 Friday, has started all 32 games in the past two seasons for the Cincinnati Bengals.
The Dallas Cowboys have reached an agreement with former Cincinnati Bengals guard Nate Livings. The deal is a 5 year, $19 million dollar contract which includes $6.2 million guaranteed.
According to ESPN NFL Insider Adam Schefter, the Dallas Cowboys have agreed to terms with former offensive guard Nate Livings after visiting the team on Thursday. The five-year deal is worth $19 million with $6.2 million guaranteed. And despite losing another free agent, and despite the fact Cincinnati hasn't signed a free agent on the market since Tuesday, I can't possibly...