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NewsTags: LeSean McCoyOrlando ScandrickPhiladelphia EaglesOn a good football team with tough players who were committed to each other, somebody would have taken out Dallas Cowboys safety Orlando Scandrick before the game was over on Sunday afternoon. The offensive linemen are supposed to protect their running backs and quarterback. They should have the attitudes of body guards.
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Cowboys wide receiver Dez Bryant has agreed to undergo anger management counseling for a year as part of deal involving a court case.
Dallas Cowboys receiver Dez Bryant could have a family violence charge against him dropped if he complies with an agreement reached with the Dallas County district attorney's Office.
The deal includes Bryant undergoing anger management counseling for a year. His attorney, Royce West, said Bryant has already been seeing a counselor for anger management.
The charge stems from...
Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo claims that wide receiver Dez Bryant is maturing and has gotten much better since he was a rookie a few years ago.
“Dez has come full circle from where he was a couple of years ago,” Romo said, per the Dallas Morning News. “We go by catches whether or not someone has a good game as fans or as media, sometimes. But when we watch the tape...
IRVING, Texas Jason Garrett spent a few minutes discussing one of Tony Romo's best plays of the season after Sunday's 38-23 victory in Philadelphia.
Following his Monday press conference, the Cowboys coach went into greater detail for about 10 minutes, talking about Romo's ability to extend plays.
With the Cowboys down 17-10 in the third quarter, Romo bounced around...
Dallas Cowboys receiver Dez Bryant has agreed to a year of anger management counseling as part of a deal that could lead to dismissal of a family violence charge over a dispute with his mother.
Attorney Royce West said Wednesday that Bryant was already attending anger management sessions, and he said the Dallas County district attorney's office would dismiss the charge if Bryant...
The Dallas Cowboys are back in the playoff race even though they've had little to do with it. They were able to scratch out two wins during a five-game stretch that saw them play four of five games on the road.
It's not like they deserve to be in the thick of things with a 4-5 record, but that's exactly where they are thanks to the New York Giants losing two consecutive...
It appears that Dez Bryant will get the alleged assault of his mother dismissed. The Dallas Cowboys receiver could still face punishment from the NFL.
In July, Bryant was arrested after hitting his mother in the face with a ball cap. A police affidavit says he also grabbed her shirt. Bryant has been taking anger management classes since the alleged altercation and his mother has...
The Cowboys accomplished plenty of rare things on Sunday. One that jumps off the page is the fact that they scored a special teams TD, an interception TD, and a fumble TD all in the same quarter. According to Elias, that is the first time since San Francisco did it in 1966, so any stat that gives you over 40 years to consider you can understand how rare a feat it was.
What appeared to be a season on the road to nowhere for the Dallas Cowboys took a drastic turn Sunday when they went to Philadelphia and dispatched of the Eagles. Suddenly, the once-reeling Cowboys find themselves just 1 1/2-games behind the sliding New York Giants in the NFC East with the hapless Cleveland Browns coming to town in Week 11. The NFL odds have the Cowboys (4-5) listed...
Injured Dallas halfback DeMarco Murray might not be able to return for Week 11 according to Clarence Hill from the Fort Worth Star-Telegram.Fantasy Spin:Murray hasn't played since October 14th because of an injured foot. Felix Jones will continue to see most of the carries in the Cowboys' backfield while Murray remains sidelined.
(Eds: Updates.) By SCHUYLER DIXON AP Sports Writer Somewhere in the middle of six defensive penalties that gave Philadelphia first downs, Dallas Cowboys coach Jason Garrett turned to backup quarterback Kyle Orton to talk a little game simulation.
''I want to hear 800 hard counts in practice this week,'' Garrett recalled himself saying while watching jumpy Dallas...