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We’ve had several adorable moments between father and son(s) at NFL camp this year and, thanks to Jason Witten’s and his two sons, we may now have the winner. Here’s a picture snapped of Witten with his boys, who are both wearing customized Cowboys jerseys with their father’s #82 and ‘Daddy’ written on the nameplate. Love stuff like that.
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The Dallas Cowboys have signed free agent guard Brandon Moore, formerly of the Rams and the Jets. And now it's agreed to: OG Brandon Moore to sign with the Cowboys. One-year deal. And it's for more than the vet minimum, btw. — Mike Garafolo (@MikeGarafolo) August 7, 2013 Moore isn’t a starting caliber player, but he’ll give the Cowboys some much-needed depth. Need...
The Dallas Cowboys picked up defensive end journeyman George Selvie to add depth at the position, and he’s already making a big mark. He impressed coaches leading up to the HOF game last Sunday, and Selvie decided to dominate Dolphins’ rookie Dallas Thomas all game long, but it’s too early to crown Selvie as the next great Cowboys defensive end.
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Cowboys cornerback Brandon Carr was unable to witness his fiancée give birth to his child in person, so he watched it via the online and mobile video application FaceTime.
Six-time Pro-Bowl guard Brian Waters still would like to play for the Dallas Cowboys, but just like in New England, the holdup is money. Waters sat out the entire 2012 season while being under contract with the Patriots. It was reported the Patriots offered him $4 million to play the second season of the two year deal and he turned it down.
According to Todd Archer of ESPNDallas.com, Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo no longer has an endorsement deal with Starter.
While he signed a six-year extension with the Cowboys in the offseason worth $108 million, the Dallas Cowboys quarterback no longer has an endorsement with Starter and will enter the season without an agreement with any apparel company.
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For many years now the Dallas Cowboys have had the pieces in place to suggest they were about to embark on a serious run to Super Bowl glory.Then they hit a wall. A wall so big that even this giant of teams cannot see past or over.Some blame individuals for the lack of success; this is harsh as when a team does have divisions, championships and Super Bowls, its always branded a team...
One of the more enjoyable aspects of Hall of Fame weekend was reflecting on the coaching ability and traits of Bill Parcells. The Hall of Fame coach did a nice job of talking about his career and thanking people, but he couldn't help but drop in a few of his philosophies of coaching that I so respected.
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Tony Romo drew plenty of laughs when he joked on the first day of training camp that his offensive line looked good ''running up and down the sideline.''
It's getting to the point where it's not funny for the Dallas Cowboys.
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According to Desmond Purnell of the NFL Network, Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo will play in this week’s preseason game against the Raiders. He’ll likely only play in one, maybe two series’.
Cowboys head coach Jason Garrett will use the same plan with the rest of his starters as well.
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When it comes to big-risk running backs, there are none bigger than Raiders' Darren McFadden and Cowboys' DeMarco Murray. McFadden's current average draft position is recorded as No. 29, 32, and 30. Murray is given the slight edge at No. 27, 31, and 25. If you're looking at either of these big-bodied backs it's probably to fill the role of RB2 or Flex.
The Dallas Cowboys are trying to shore up their offensive lineman, and are targeting former Chiefs and Patriots guard Brian Waters.
They tried signing Waters before reaching an agreement with former Jets guard Brandon Moore, who abruptly retired.
Waters has made it clear “he would like to play, but doesn’t need to.”
That’s French for show me the money.
Here are my five draft tiers for tight ends entering the NFL preseason.
Tier 1 (1,000 Total Yards andor 9 TDs)
Tier 2 (850 Total Yards andor 7 TDs)
Tony Gonzalez, Jason Witten, Greg Olsen, Rob Gronkowski, Kyle Rudolph, Brandon Pettigrew, Antonio Gates
Tier 3 (650 Total Yards andor 6 TDs)
Owen Daniels, Vernon Davis, Jermaine Gresham, Jermichael Finley, Heath Miller...