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Have some thoughts on who the Cowboys should draft this year? Jerry Jones wants to hear them. Well, he’ll put up with them anyway. For the fifth straight year, the Cowboys are partnering with the Texas Lottery, and among the slew of prizes is the opportunity to accompany the owner and general manager into Dallas’ war room on draft day. “They would get to see the [draft] board. I guess that’s not good,” Jones said during a press conference announcing the lottery prizes. “But they do see the board early, get an idea of where we might go, and some of the strategy. And we really spend a lot of time talking with them about that. We have confidence in them.” The $5 scratch-off game offers more than $29 million in prizes, including 12 top cash prizes of $100,000. In addition to autographed jerseys and season tickets, the Cowboys are also offering the “Wild Weekend” package. Twenty fans will get a suite at a Cowboys home game, be given a tour of team facilities, transportation to and from t...

LB Bruce Carter and the Cowboys' defense bracing for Broncos, QB Peyton Manning: 'There's no days off'

Dallas Cowboys LB Bruce Carter and the defense couldn't stop Philip Rivers and the San Diego Chargers, but they face even a stiffer challenge against Peyton Manning and the Denver Broncos visit on Sunday.

CB Morris Claiborne says he's in transition learning new scheme, takes demotion in stride

For both the Dallas Cowboys and CB Morris Claiborne, this isn't what they had in mind when he was selected in the first round of the 2012 NFL Draft, and was considered by many to be the best defensive prospect available in the draft. Basically a man to man cornerback, Claiborne is trying to adjust to Monte Kiffin's 'Tampa Bay 2' zone defense.

WATCH: Two fans attacked with bottles after Cowboys-Chargers

Here’s some ugly footage of a “brawl” that went down after Sunday’s Chargers-Cowboys game in San Diego. It’s more of a case of two idiots overreacting and using glass bottles as cheap shot weapons than an actual fair fight, and the police are looking for help in identifying the attackers. I have no doubt the Internet will do its job to identify these scumbags. [Guyism...

Cowboys Bench Morris Claiborne, Draya’s BF Orlando Scandrick Starting

The Cowboys traded up several spots to draft Mo Claiborne out of LSU when they probably could have stood pat and selected Alabama’s hard-hitting safety Mark Barron. Claiborne who has struggled with injuries and confidence has lost his starting job to Orlando Scandrick according to reports. According to ESPN Dallas, Jason Garrett believes Claiborne is struggling with technique,...

Dez Bryant: 'It's not all about me'

Dez Bryant was the Dallas Cowboys' leading receiver during Sunday's 30-21 loss in San Diego. Bryant had six catches for 81 yards and two touchdowns. But should those stats have been even better? After the Chargers scored for the final time, a 56-yard touchdown pass from Philip Rivers to Antonio Gates, the Cowboys had just under seven minutes remaining to try to mount a...

Confidence and Comparisons: The Latest On Cowboys CB Claiborne

IRVING, Texas Mo Claiborne needs technique. He needs confidence. He needs health. But most of all, the struggling young Dallas Cowboys corner the team's No. 1 pick after it judged him to be the top defensive player in the 2012 NFL Draft -- needs time. Is there a technique problem that is contributing to the former LSU star being benched in favor of Orlando Scandrick? Yes...

Dallas Cowboy Defensive End Anthony Spencer Gets Knee Surgery Today

Today Anthony Spencer, our franchise-tagged defensive end, is undergoing microfracture surgery on his left knee to repair his articular cartilage damage. A league source has said that the procedure involves the use of stem cells. The 2012 Pro Bowler, was placed on IR last Wednesday after he played in just one game - the game two 17-16 loss to Kansas City. According...

Tony Romo Improves His Throwing Motion

The Cowboys may be 2-2 to start the season, much as they did the last season, but one player who has performed (and improved) is Tony Romo. In a conference call with Denver media, Tony went into detail about how changes in his throwing mechanics have allowed him to approach the game in a calmer and steadier manner than he has in the past. Per Charean Williams of the Star-Telegram...

Schefter: Cowboys are “un-clutch”

During an appearance on ESPN 980 in Washington D.C.,  Adam Schefter gave his thoughts on the Dallas Cowboys so far this season. “You just can not count on them. They are so un-clutch,” said Schefter,  per Chris Russell of ESPN 980. Well, I’m sure Schefter will get a lot of hate mail from Dallas fans now.   Need NFL Tickets? Loading... ZergNet The post Schefter...

Michael Irvin Says Tony Romo is Best QB in NFC - Period

From the fine folks at the Yardbarker Network: Tony Romo is off to a hot start to the 2013 season, despite the Dallas Cowboys’ 2-2 record. He was sharp in a loss to the San Diego Chargers on Sunday and has a quarterback rating of 105.0 through four games this year. That’s almost a full ten points above his career QB rating. However, Romo has become known as a player...

Jerry Jones Calls for More Throws to Dez Bryant

Jerry Jones is never shy about his opinions about what can make the team better, and he had his own coaching tips for Tony Romo today. His advice? Find Dez Bryant more, even if the insanely talented wide receiver is double covered. Here's Jones as the ultimate Dez Bryant hype man, per "The same kind of throw you throw to him in the end zone...
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