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Who’s the greatest Dallas Cowboys draft pick of all time? Was it Bob Lilly? Emmitt Smith? Randy White? Find out as we take a trip back in time at the greatest Dallas Cowboys ever drafted.
5. Mel Renfro selected number 17th overall in 1964
The greatest defensive back in Dallas Cowboys history was drafted in the second round of 1964. He surprisingly played halfback in college, and he switched positions to safety by Tom Landry who was attempting to innovate on defense... Read more
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With the 2013 NFL Draft just around the corner, it’s time to unveil team-by-team projections for the first three rounds before the three-day festivities kick into swing on April 25. Here’s part nine of the series on the Dallas Cowboys. Photo Via Dallas Cowboys Official Facebook Page Photo Credit: DallasCowboys.com First Round (No. 18 Overall): Johnathan Hankins, DT, Ohio...
Anyone who has been following the NFL for the last month has undoubtedly seen the potential resurfacing of Vince Young and his attempt to once again become an NFL quarterback.
To be totally honest I don't see why he hasn't garnered more interest. When you look at his winning percentage and the quality starts he had it can leave you scratching your head.
The Cowboys need D-Line, RB and O-Line help. Where should they go with the 18th pick?
QBNameCollegeTalent GradeRound Grade
1Geno SmithWest VirginiaB1
6Mike GlennonNC StateC+4
9Zac DysertMiami (OH)C+5
Dallas Cowboys executive vice president Stephen Jones told 105.3 FM Tuesday that they’re still interested in free agent offensive tackle Eric Winston.“He’s obviously somebody we’re taking a look at,” Jones said, via ESPNDallas.com. “We certainly hadn’t dismissed Doug (Free). We felt like when we went to rotating him and Jermey Parnell, he really picked up his game...
Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones issued the following statement regarding the death of revered broadcaster Pat Summerall:
"Pat was the NFL's narrator for generations, with a voice that was powerful, eloquent and distinctive.
"His presence at an NFL game elevated that event to a higher level. He was royalty in the broadcast booth. He was respected and admired by players...
The Dallas Cowboys could certainly afford to upgrade their offensive line and free agent right tackle Eric Winston is on their radar.
Cowboys executive vice president Stephen Jones talked about the team's interest on Tuesday.
"He's obviously somebody that we're taking a look at," Jones told the Elf & Slater show on 105.3 The Fan KRLD-FM. "We certainly...
The Dallas Cowboys in my opinion are a solidified offensive line away from making a deep playoff run. The line is solid right now, but a nice pickup could push the line to really good status.
ESPN Dallas is reporting that Cowboys vice president Stephen Jones was on 105.3 The Fan today, and admitted that the team was in exploratory talks with former Chiefs tackle Eric Winston....
Whether or not you want to admit it or even if you're not a fan, there's no doubt that the NFL is the greatest sport in America. But what I want to know is have we all been fooled the smoke and mirrors that is the National Football League?
Before I get any further let me assure you that this is not some sort of conspiracy theory or a random flash of experimental...
The reason the Cowboys were called America’s Team, was because in the 70s and 80s they were rockstars. Many young kids wanted to play with the star on their helmet.
Even Brett Favre.
“I grew up a Dallas Cowboys fan,” Favre said, via Jon Machota of the Dallas Morning News. “I loved Roger Staubach. That was back when teams kept the same players on the roster for a long...
Sandwiched between Super Bowl appearances in 1975 and 1977 was the 1976 season, which was much better than people may remember. The Cowboys began the year at 9-1 before finishing at 11-3. However, a 14-12 loss to the Rams in the playoffs ended the season.
(If you want to suffer through that game, it is available on YouTube).
Many of the stars from the Super Bowl teams were the main...