Found June 01, 2012 on
60 Max Power O:
“Hot start for the Rangers, you say? I’ll take care of that…” ROMO’D
Tony Romo’s tendency to be terrible is well-documented here at Mild Mannered. He’s often the feature of our Biggest Meltdowns feature and has found ways to undermine the Dallas Cowboys in the biggest moments of a game. He’s so terrible, we’ve turned his name into a verb, and you do not want your team to get Romo’d. Well, now it seems that Tony Romo’s ruinous presence is no longer contained to the football field, as he showed up in Arlington to throw out the first pitch of the Rangers-Mariners game. It…didn’t go so well for the home team.
BEST OF MAXIM
AROUND THE WEB
Last season, the Cowboys got a nice rookie present in the form of DeMarco Murray. After injuries to the Cowboys’ backfield, Murray stepped in and took the Cowboys and the NFL by storm. Dallas seemed to have a pretty good draft back in April, and the question is, do they have another Murray lying in their draft selections? Dallas made some moves on draft day, so let’s take...
Running back Marion Barber wore #24 while playing in six seasons in Dallas.
Here is another update to the greatest Dallas Cowboys by their jersey numbers. This entry focuses on numbers 21 through 25.
Nobody is going to overtake Deion Sanders as the greatest player to wear #21. Since 2008, both Pacman Jones and Mike Jenkins have worn the number. Jenkins made the Pro Bowl in 2009...
IRVING, Texas -- The Cowboys' defensive backfield was arguably their weakest unit last season. Defensive coordinator Rob Ryan didn't have enough talent for his aggressive scheme to be successful.
But a couple of offseason additions have greatly improved the secondary.
On Wednesday, Ryan shared his thoughts on what will likely be his two new starting cornerbacks.
ARLINGTON, Texas Tony Romo is accustomed to throwing a ball around in Arlington, but this time was a little different.
The Cowboys quarterback threw out the ceremonial first pitch before Wednesday's Rangers-Mariners game at Rangers Ballpark in Arlington.
Romo, clad in a baseball cap, jeans and a golf shirt, threw a high strike to Rangers relief pitcher Mike Adams, who had...
According to Cowboys outside linebacker DeMarcus Ware, Friday morning was the first time he heard team owner Jerry Jones' comments that the window was closing on the Cowboys' opportunity to win a Super Bowl with their current group.
"I sort of agree with it a little bit," Ware said Friday on ESPN Radio's The Herd with Colin Cowherd. "...
Even though wide receiver Dez Bryant might be the most dangerous weapon on the Dallas Cowboys offense, owner/general manager Jerry Jones is willing to risk him getting injured returning punts this season.
“I have no issue with us making business decisions relative to him returning punts,” Jones said. “What I do want him to do is to get enough repetitions so he...
If you want a straight answer at Valley Ranch these days, just make sure you don't talk to more than one person. New Cowboys secondary coach Jerome Henderson informed us last week he could envision a scenario in which four cornerbacks could be on the field at the same time.
Whether or not he was simply being kind to the disgruntled Mike Jenkins, it seemed like a bold idea. Henderson...
New York Giants secondary coach/safeties coach Dave Merritt told Ralph Vacchiano of the New York Daily News a story of when he spoke with Dallas Cowboys tight end Jason Witten at the Pro Bowl a couple of years ago.
Merritt said that Witten told him that the Cowboys don’t even bother throwing the ball in safety Kenny Phillips’ direction.
“Witten told me when I...
OK, another Saturday morning is here, so let's knock out a weekend Cowboys mailbag! Generally, when I do this during this time of year, about three guys a week will ask why we are talking Cowboys now? Nothing is going on? How can you guys possibly talk Cowboys in May and June?
Here's how: We look at real issues and real items that are on our mind. Football is now 52 weeks...
IRVING, Tex. - The Dallas Cowboys moved Wednesday’s OTA practice from their training facility in Valley Ranch to Cowboys Stadium in Arlington because of inclement weather in the area. The rain didn’t last long, but the air conditioning was a welcome change.
Saturday several top prospects from around the Midwest will head to the campus of Trine University (Angola, IN) for the first R.A.S. Football Camp presented by current Dallas Cowboys defensive end Anthony Spencer, Bedrock Youth Academy and Next Level program along with AWP Sports Performance. Who are some of the big names expected to show their skills? Here is a quick look.