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Every year, on every team, there is one player who has a breakout campaign. Anthony Spencer was that player last season for the Dallas Cowboys. In 14 games the strong-side linebacker, and recently converted defensive end, had career-highs in sacks, 14, and tackles, 55. This season the Cowboys breakout player will be rookie wide receiver, Terrance Williams. The Dallas native was selected in the third round, 74th overall, and undoubtedly be the slot receiver for quarterback Tony Romo.Williams, who played his college ball at Baylor University, was a consensus All-American and made First-team All-Big 12 in 2012. In addition, he also was a finalist for the Biletnikoff Award in 2011 in which Robert Griffin III was his quarterback.During his tenure as a Baylor Bear, Williams finished with 201 receptions, 3,294 yards and 27 touchdown. Last year alone, the wideout led the nation with 1,832 reception yards.With Dez Bryant and Jason Witten finishing the 2012 campaign strong, the Cowboys ar...
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Forbes once again has named the Dallas Cowboys as the NFL's most valuable team on its annual list, the seventh straight year that has been the case.
Dallas Cowboys WR Terrence Williams missed the first two preseason games with a concussion, but he’s expected to play Saturday against the Arizona Cardinals. However, in training camp Williams has been coming on strong, but he still has to show his skills in game action. QB Tony Romo says Williams looks to be an important part of the Cowboys offense in 2013.
The Dallas Cowboys treated their players to a day at the beach on Wednesday. The only problem is that it sounds like everyone was too scared of any possible sharks to actually get in the water, according to the Fort Worth Star-Telegram. Some of the players had been watching Shark Week throughout the week. “I didn’t go near the water,” Cowboys safety Barry Church said. “It...
OXNARD, Calif. You don't have to watch four weeks of training camp to realize Cowboys middle linebacker Sean Lee has emerged as one of this team's primary leaders. Lee sets the tone for the defense, and that's what led to the most spirited practice of camp Tuesday.
That morning, Malibu resident Dick Butkus, widely regarded as the best middle linebacker of all-time,...
It has been well documented that Robert Griffin III got married and fans across the country sent him a whole bunch of wedding gifts.
But, it turns out, not all those gifts were on his registry.
In a teaser for an upcoming ESPN documentary, RG3 and his wife Rebecca are filmed opening wedding gifts when one in particular stood out.
The scenes opens with the quarterback saying...
The Dallas Cowboys are dealing with yet another setback at guard after Ron Leary was sent home for more examinations on a right knee that probably needs surgery.
Coach Jason Garrett said Thursday the team didn't consider the injury serious and hoped to have Leary back at practice in ''a couple of weeks.''
Leary got a late start at training camp because of a...
Dallas Cowboys owner and general manager Jerry Jones says he expects guard Ron Leary to be ready to return from his arthroscopic knee surgery in time for September 8th's season opener against their division rivals, the New York Giants, according to the team's official website.
Leary underwent knee surgery on Friday according to KFFL.com. The timetable for Leary's return...
Tweet Despite their limited playoff success in recent seasons the Dallas Cowboys rank at the top of Forbes’ list of most valuable NFL franchises, with a whopping estimated value of $2.3 billion. Coming in second is the New England Patriots with an estimated value of 1.8 billion. The rest of the top five most valuable […]
Jerry Jones is a great businessman.
Spotty as a GM and someone who actually runs the team, but when it comes to making money, there isn’t a better owner in the league.
Forbes ranks the Cowboys the #1 valued team in the NFL at $2.3 billion and 2nd place isn’t even close (the Patriots at $1.8 billion).
Rumble!!! Old Jerry!!! Rumble!!!
The injury woes on offensive line continue for the Dallas Cowboys. Guard Ron Leary, the latest Cowboys offensive lineman to be bitten by the injury bug, will undergo arthroscopic surgery on his right knee Friday, according to Marc Sessler of NFL.com.
Leary left Wednesday's practice with soreness in his knee. He was slated to be the Cowboys starting left guard with Nate Livings...
Robert Griffin III caught a lot of flak for accepting wedding gifts from fans this summer, and we can be sure that at least one gift that he was given wasn’t on his public registry.
One anonymous Dallas Cowboys fan sent the Redskins quarterback a memento to remind him of the rivalry between the two teams. ESPN will be airing a documentary about the quarterback later this month...
Felix Jones may be at the end of his NFL career.
The former first round pick of the Dallas Cowboys struggled last year when thrust into full-time duty and now may fail to earn a roster spot with divisional rival Philadelphia.
Jones, 26, has little left in the tank and Jimmy Kempski of Philly.com speculates that his “career might be over.”
As has seemingly been the case in his...