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When you are in the first week of training camp, things make sense. There is seldom a starting position on the roster that gives you indigestion and your depth chart generally looks like it could work if youstudy it from the proper angle.
But, invariably, in the game of football, you are forced to alter your depth chart and your plans. Yesterday was the first day of pads for the Dallas Cowboys. And once the pads come on, the hitting starts. And once the hitting starts, these amazing athletesbegin to deliver pain to each other. And when that process takes its toll, players bodies begin to break down.
Last season, the Cowboys' express train was at nearly full speed when the injury demons grabbed DeMarco Murray in the 13th game of the season. From that point on, the Cowboys hopes circled the drain. It is difficult to place all of that disaster on the injuryof Murray, but it certainly hurt the team badly when they could least afford it.
That is a truth of the game that is seldom...
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In the past few days, we have gotten a glimpse of the Jerry Jones that won three Super Bowls in the 90’s. He boldly said that the Cowboys were going to beat up on the defending champion New York Giants. He also spoke about his own team. The old tenacious Jones surfaced this week, after initially being safe in choosing his words on the Dez Bryant saga; he now has shown that the...
Is Jerry Jones finally showing some tough love for troubled wide receiver Dez Bryant?
Jones finally talked to Bryant for the first time since the receiver's arrest for allegedly assaulting his mother. Jones told Bryant to put an end to his off-field troubles.
"The alternative is for him not to be a Dallas Cowboy," Jones said the Fort Worth Star-Telegram on Wednesday...
We have just finished Part 3 of our 4-part series on the splash play as it applies to the Dallas Cowboys defense. If you are just joining the fun, I think you would be best served to go back and consume Part 1 and Part 2 as we attempt to fully grasp the concept before the start of 2012.
All we have to do yet is endure four more games from December last year, and we will have a...
Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones admits talent often trumps character when building an NFL roster.
"Games aren't won with Sunday school teachers," he said.
Jones, though, doesn't want complete dunces either.
Troubled wide receiver Dez Bryant may soon learn that lesson should he stray from the straight and narrow once again.
Bryant's recent arrest for domestic...
Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones recently said that he was too upset with wide receiver Dez Bryant after his offseason behavior to speak with him.
Jones explained on Tuesday why he didn’t want to talk to Bryant.
“One of the reasons is I didn’t want to talk to him emotionally,” Jones said. “As a daddy sometimes, you’re not supposed to spank when you’re...
The roller coaster ride that has been Dez Bryant's offseason took another turn on Friday.
The Dallas Cowboys receiver has parted ways with super agent Drew Rosenhaus and re-hired his former agent Eugene Parker, The Dallas Morning News reports.
"We are aware of it," Cowboys executive vice president Stephen Jones said according to the newspaper. "He did make us...
A shark is going hungry tonight.
NFL agent, Drew Rosenhaus, owns a giant client roster and an even bigger ego. Frank Gore and Rob Gronkowski are a couple of Rosenhaus' clients, as is the unemployed, Terrell Owens.
However, Dallas Cowboys receiver, Dez Bryant, is no longer allowing the influential Rosenhaus to do his bidding.
The troubled Dallas receiver is likely in the...
Dallas Cowboy owner Jerry Jones knew full well that Dez Bryant’s off-field behavior could be an issue prior to drafting the former Oklahoma State star in the first round of the 2010 NFL draft. Bryant missed the entire 2009 season of his college career after violating an NCAA rule by not disclosing his relationship with Deion Sanders.
In addition, Bryant’s home life and alleged...
Recently at the Dallas Cowboys' training camp, owner and general manager Jerry Jones told his fans, "Y'all should come to Cowboys Stadium and watch us beat the Giants' asses." The 5,000 Cowboys fans that attended cheered after hearing the remark.
It's honestly amusing that the very outspoken Jones has already lit...