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The Dallas Cowboys have improved, changed philosophies on defense, and seem to be fed up with mediocrity. The question now is will that translate into wins and improvement.
Pro Bowl linebacker DeMarcus Ware seems to think so. Ware told NBC Sports that blame for recent failures can be spread around, but one thing that is for sure, is that the Cowboys will not go 8-8 again according to ESPN Dallas.
“We will not be .500,” Ware said. “We will not be .500 like the last two years we’ve been, I can tell you that.”
“I think the blame goes on everybody,” Ware said. “It’s a team sport and everybody has to play up to their potential.”
I’d be shocked if the Cowboys went 8-8 again, but then again, we are talking about the Dallas Cowboys.
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The dust across the Texas prairies had just about settled after the announcement of quarterback Tony Romo's contract extension.For some it made logical sense, tie the man up, make him the cornerstone of everything you stand for.For others it seemed plain ludicrous, the amount of money paid out on a player that has only led his team to one playoff win in his time under center...
Hate the Cowboys? Dez Bryant loves you for it.
The Cowboys receiver, during a recent interview with ESPN 600 radio in El Paso, said the hate for "America's Team" makes him and his teammates work harder.
"The greatest thing about bring on the Cowboys is people love to hate the Cowboys," Bryant said. "That makes you work 10 times harder. They put the...
IRVING, Texas If you're thinking the Dallas Cowboys might draft a quarterback this year and are focusing on the guys you've heard of Geno Smith and Matt Barkley -- you might be thinking too high.
How about the next level, with players like Ryan Nassib, E.J. Manuel, Tyler Wilson, Tyler Bray, Zac Dysert, Mike Glennon, Mike Scott and Landry Jones among the names?
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According to ESPN’s Adam Schefter, the Dallas Cowboys are working on signing free agent offensive tackle Eric Winston.
Cowboys now in talks to sign former Chiefs OT Eric Winston.
— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) April 8, 2013
Update: Now there’s a report that Schefter’s report is untrue and the Cowboys arent working on signing Winston.
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The Dallas Cowboys are interested in signing free agent tackle Eric Winston to a deal. In order to sign Winston the Cowboys will need to find space under the salary cap.
In order to sign Winston the Cowboys are set to ask Doug Free to take a pay cut according to Ian Rapoport.
Free is set to make $7 million this year but it is far more likely that the Cowboys release him before the...
The Dallas Cowboys cheerleaders and their bikinis hit Cozumel, Mexico for their 2013 calendar photo shoot.
Catching passes for the first time since suffering a fractured left index finger that required surgery in January, electric Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Dez Bryant is “not missing a beat” on the gridiron. “Finger is great,” said Bryant, 24, who the Cowboys took with the 24th selection in the 2010 NFL Draft out of Oklahoma State University. “I’m catching passes the same...
I was 15 years old when the Dallas Cowboys pulled off the greatest trade in team history (the greatest at the time, that is) and snagged the 2nd pick in the first round from the Seattle Seahawks. With that pick, the Cowboys selected Tony Dorsett from the University of Pittsburgh.
Dorsett was, at the time, the all-time leading rusher in NCAA history. He had just lead...
Cowboys wide receiver Dez Bryant told an El Paso radio station that his broken finger is feeling great and he's been catching balls from quarterback Tony Romo.Fantasy Spin:Bryant played much better in the second half of the 2012-13 season despite the finger injury catching 50 balls for 879 yards and 10 touchdowns over the final eight games. It is the level of performance that...
According to ESPN’s Adam Schefter, the Cincinnati Bengals brought in free agent running back Felix Jones for a try out on Monday.
ICYMI, Cowboys free-agent RB Felix Jones tried out for Bengals on Monday.
— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) April 9, 2013
I believe Jones will end up signing with a team at some point. He’s going to need to prove that he can stay healthy.