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The former Dallas Cowboys first-round draft pick finally has a second suitor. Jones worked out for the Philadelphia Eagles on Tuesday, a source informed of the visit told NFL.com’s Ian Rapoport on Tuesday. ESPN’s Adam Schefter first reported the workout. Jones showed his usual flashes of playmaking ability last season, but his effectiveness waned when [...]
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ESPN’s Adam Schefter reports that the Philadelphia Eagles brought in former Cowboys RB Felix Jones for a workout on Tuesday.
Jones, a former first-round pick, has found almost no interest on the open market this offseason. He did visit with the Bengals back in April, but they chose to draft Giovanni Bernard out of North Carolina in the second-round of the recent draft.
Former Dallas Cowboys running back Felix Jones has generated little interest this free agency period. In just his second visit as a free agent, Jones worked out for the Philadelphia Eagles on Tuesday. Last month, the running back worked out for the Cincinnati Bengals.
Jones has struggled to stay on the field in his career, seemingly always battling some sort of injury. While playing...
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Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo reportedly intends to cut back on the time he spends golfing this offseason, apparently passing on playing in a tournament.
According to ESPN’s Adam Schefter, the Philadelphia Eagles worked out free agent running back Felix Jones.
Cowboys free-agent RB Felix Jones worked out today for the Philadelphia Eagles, per league source.
— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) May 7, 2013
Jones previously worked out for the Bengals this offseason.
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Jean-Jacques Taylor of ESPNDallas.com believes third round pick Terrance Williams is an insurance policy for Miles Austin, who’s had a hard time staying on the field over the past two years.
Taylor believes Williams could end up taking over for Austin and I agree with him. His production was off the charts at Baylor. Williams had 1,832 yards receiving and 12 touchdowns last...
ARLINGTON, Texas Dallas Cowboys right tackle Doug Free wanted no part of talking about his current contract situation on Wednesday.
Free was one of nine Cowboys to join head coach Jason Garrett in the 2013 Reliant Home Run Derby at Rangers Ballpark in Arlington. After participating in the first round, Free took questions from reporters, but because his contract was the main topic...
ARLINGTON Following the conclusion of this year's draft, Jerry Jones said Dallas Cowboys coach Jason Garrett wants players to be involved as much as possible around Valley Ranch. The Cowboys owner and general manager then quickly followed that by saying part of Tony Romo's six-year, 108 million contract extension included a commitment to spend "Peyton Manning-type time...
According to Ian Rapoport of the NFL Network, the Dallas Cowboys have signed former USC quarterback Aaron Corp.
The #Cowboys announce the signing of FA QB Aaron Corp, who — believe it or not — actually was named USC’s starting QB at one point.
— Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) May 7, 2013
Corp was USC’s starting quarterback at one point, but then transferred to the University...
Gerald Sensabaugh is retiring with the Dallas Cowboys after spending the last half of an eight-year career with them.
The safety signed a one-day contract with the Cowboys on Thursday. He was released for salary cap reasons in March.
The 29-year-old Sensabaugh started 84 of 112 games for Jacksonville and Dallas. He had 14 interceptions and 469 tackles.
Sensabaugh was a fifth-round...
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“The toe is ready to go,” Lee said. “I’m...