Found August 17, 2012 on Fox Sports Southwest:
Jerry Jones the owner is placing the blame for a struggling offensive line on Jerry Jones the general manager. During an interview Thursday with, Jones said the offensive line is "probably where I've let us down most." "The O-line, if I look back the last two years, if I had some mulligans or some re-dos, I might've done that differently," he told the website's Albert Breer. "We're trying to do that this year." Over the last two seasons, the Cowboys have failed to put together a line that can adequately protect quarterback Tony Romo. The Cowboys have some stability on the outside with tackles Tyron Smith and Doug Free but the interior was arguably one of the worst groups in the NFL in 2011. Phil Costa improved later in the 2011 season, but made several mistakes in his first year at center. He has been sidelined with a lower back injury during much of training camp. Mackenzy Bernadeau and Nate Livings were signed in free agenc...

Cowboys fan Janelle Carrillo suing team after burning butt on bench outside stadium

When you are worth around $2 billion and own one of the most successful franchises (from a business standpoint) in all of sports, very few lawsuits should come as a surprise. However, something tells me even this one could surprise Jerry Jones. According to CBS in Dallas-Fort Worth, a woman named Jenelle Carrillo has filed a lawsuit against the Cowboys and Jones after she allegedly...

Morris Claiborne set to make Cowboys debut on Saturday

Dallas Cowboys 1st-round pick Morris Claiborne is finally healthy and ready to make his preseason debut on Saturday against the Chargers. Claiborne stated that he would be willing to play the entire game if coaches let him, but it’s likely the Cowboys will ease him into action. Claiborne has battled injuries throughout the offseason (wrist and knee) and is just now completing his...

Cowboys Optimistic Regarding Miles Austin

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San Diego 28, Dallas 20: So Much for Six Scoreless Quarters

SAN DIEGO, CA – AUGUST 18: Quarterback Tony Romo #9 and head coach Jason Garrett of the Dallas Cowboys talk things over during a Cowboy drive in the fourth quarter against the San Diego Chargers at Qualcomm Stadium on August 18, 2012 in San Diego, California. The Chargers won 28-20. (Image credit: Getty Images via @daylife) The first six quarters of the 2012 preseason gave Cowboys’...

Jackie Chiles wouldn’t have taken this burned butt lawsuit against the Cowboys

Granted, Jackie Chiles is a fictional character but let us not dither over such trivial details. The fact remains that if Mr. Chiles were somehow a real-life attorney possessing the same scheming mentality, it’s doubtful that even he would have been able to hold his nose enough to sign on to advocate for this woman [...]

Woman sues the Dallas Cowboys after suffering burns in 2010

A Texas woman has filed suit against the Dallas Cowboys after suffering third-degree burns in August of 2010. Jennelle Carrillo attended a Blue and Silver scrimmage in August 2010 and sat on a black marble bench seat before entering the stadium and suffered her injury. She has filed a lawsuit against the Cowboys, claiming that there was no signage which stated the seat would be too...

Woman sues Jerry Jones after burning her butt on bench outside Cowboys Stadium

AP Photo According to Will Brinson of, a woman is suing Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones for burning her butt on a metal bench outside Cowboys Stadium. “A woman named Jennelle Carrillo is suing the team and Jerrah because, while attending the Blue and Silver scrimmage in August of 2010, she sat down on a bench outside Cowboys Stadium and suffered third-degree...

Dallas Cowboys: Most Loved and Hated Players

Football is a rough sport, both literally and figuratively speaking, and no one knows this better than the Dallas Cowboys. Since Tony Romo emerged as the franchize's starting quarterback in 2006, the Cowboys have been under more scrutiny than any other team in the NFL. This is partially due to the label of being "America's team," but the bigger issue is the fact...
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