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Unlike his owner Jerry Jones, Dallas Cowboys vice-president Stephen Jones is confident that running back DeMarco Murray (foot) can be ready for Week 13 against Philadelphia, according to a report in the Fort-Worth Star-Telegram.Fantasy Spin:Murray hasn't played since Oct. 14 because of an injured foot and remains week-to-week. Felix Jones, who has been limited with a knee ailment of his own, has managed to score double digit fantasy points in Murray's absence, but Dallas is averaging just 61.3 ypg on the ground in the six games he has missed.
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Dogs are great. And the dog in this video is nothing short of outstanding. His name is Dexter. He was named after former Redskins defensive end Dexter Manley. He’s a Redskins fan. And like any ‘Skins fan (or Eagles fan or Giants fan or Bills fan or any fan of any other NFL team for that matter), he can’t stand the Dallas Cowboys. From the outset, it’s obvious that...
Cowboys linebacker Bruce Carter is out of for the season with a dislocated left elbow, making him the fourth Dallas defensive starter to go on injured reserve.
Carter injured the elbow in Thursday's 38-31 loss to Washington. The Cowboys have lost both inside linebackers with defensive leader Sean Lee suffering a season-ending toe injury last month.
The other defensive starters...
Miles Austin, DeMarco Murray
Austin left many fantasy owners with a zero in the scoring column after the receiver limped off the field during Dallas' Thanksgiving Day loss to Washington. Austin was diagnosed with a right hip strain, an injury that could be particularly bothersome given his history.
Austin missed six games during the 2012 season with strains to both his left...
Dallas Cowboys Executive Vice President Stephen Jones still believes his team has a good chance at making the playoffs even though they’re currently 5-6.
“Absolutely,” Jones said when asked if they still had a chance at making the post-season, per the Dallas Morning News. “We’ve got just as good a chance as anybody else. We are just a game out of the Wild Card, two games...
Forget message boards and sports talk radio, White House petitions are the new creative outlet for fans looking to express their displeasure.
Taking a cue from Ohio State fans, a disgruntled Dallas Cowboys fan submitted a petition to the White House on Monday that asks President Obama to remove Jerry Jones as the team’s owner and GM.
“We, the Citizens of the Great State of Texas...
The Dallas Cowboys placed linebacker Bruce Carter on injured reserve, ESPN Dallas reported Monday. Carter dislocated his left elbow during Thursday's game against the Washington Redskins. He will have surgery this week and miss the rest of the season. Dallas signed Brady Poppinga, who worked out for the team in late October. At the time, the Cowboys ended up signing Ernie...
Cowboys receiver Miles Austin is expected to play Sunday night against the Eagles. SOURCE: Ed Werder, ESPNFantasy Spin:Austin had remained relatively healthy this season left Thursday's game against Washington early with injuries. He's expected to recover in time for Sunday's game, a source told Werder.
The only thing we hate more than fist pounds around these parts is the Dallas Cowboys, so many thanks to Hogs Haven for sharing this video of Jerry Jones and co. making things as delightfully awkward as possible.
When something happens once, it can be seen as creative or entertaining. When it happens again, it is far less humorous. That is the case when a Dallas Cowboys fan from the state of Georgia started a petition to President Obama to force change of their favorite team. It has also happened with the Auburn Tigers when some fans asked Obama to fire Gene Chizik.
They got their wish, although...