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Training camp just started and the Dallas Cowboy‘s owner Jerry Jones is already making proclamations about the Cowboys winning it all. Does Jones set himself up for failure?
The Cowboys are a team loaded with play makers such as Miles Austin, Demarcus Ware, Jason Witten and the very under rated QB Tony Romo, and yet, they haven’t been able to make the playoffs since 2010 and only won one playoff game in the last nine years. The Cowboys are the epitome of under achievement. They are a team that just can’t handle the pressure. A team that folds when the playoffs are around the corner.
Instead of owner Jerry Jones helping the situation, he contributes to the problem. During this off-season, he signed Tony Romo to a huge contract which had many NFL analyst’s head’s spinning. Romo received a six-year contract extension worth $108 million with $55 million guaranteed. And if that’s not enough, Jerry Jones makes a statement saying that Tony Romo is going to play less golf and become more l...
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Earlier today there was a lot made about Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo being listed 236 pounds, his heaviest since entering the league back in 2003.
Romo down played the weight gain, saying that the figure wasn’t too accurate. He would go on to say that he normally weighs between 227 and 230 lbs. depending on the day. Others like head coach Jason Garrett also down played...
OXNARD, Calif. -- The Dallas Cowboys are being suspiciously coy in their discussions about the weight of quarterback Tony Romo, whose listed weight of 236 pounds is six pounds heavier than his official weight from a year ago and 17 pounds heavier than the 219 he was listed at earlier in his career.
"I don't want to get into the details of what his playing weight is supposed...
Tony Romo was waiting in California when the Dallas Cowboys arrived for training camp.
Romo, who didn't take a real snap in offseason workouts after signing the richest contract in franchise history, finally returned for the first training camp practices Sunday after ''uniquely running mountains'' on the West Coast.
That's how owner Jerry Jones described...
The Cowboys will keep an informal "pitch count" on quarterback Tony Romo's throws in training, coach Jason Garrett said Saturday.
Romo did not participate in any off-season work after having surgery in April to remove a cyst on his back.
Romo, who has been working out on his own to stay in shape, was cleared to return to practice at the start of training camp. However...
According to Carlos Mendez of the Fort Worth Star-Telegram, the Dallas Cowboys will keep an eye on how many throws quarterback Tony Romo makes during training camp.
“It’s more communication – ‘How you feeling?’ – and also, you look at the ball,” head coach Jason Garrett said Saturday in Oxnard, Calif., where the Cowboys are getting ready for their first practice on...
Yesterday social media and the Cowboys haters and lovers around the world were in an uproar over the news that Tony Romo reported to camp weighting 236 pounds.
Romo of course put on a little weight after having surgery last month to remove a cyst from his back. Surgery or not, that didn’t stop his critics from coming out in full force.
Romo nor the Cowboys are worried about...
The Cowboys want to take it slow with QB Tony Romo in camp.
Tony Romo isn’t fat, but he has put on a few extra pounds.
The star quarterback showed up at Cowboys camp on Sunday, weighing just a little bit heavier than in past seasons in this year’s media guide. The team listed Romo at 236 pounds on this year’s camp weigh-in, six pounds heavier than last season.
Romo entered the 2012 season at 230 pounds, which at the time was also the...
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This is the fifth in my ongoing series reviewing the Dallas Cowboy’s roster position by position.
Tony Romo: No-brainer at this position. But as always, Romo enters the season striving to meet expectations that have yet to be fulfilled, despite finishing up his fourth 4,000-yard passing season in the last six years. (One of those two years he missed...
Do you hear that?
It’s the sound of pads thumping, whistles blowing, and the NFL season getting under way.
The Dallas Cowboys and Miami Dolphins were the first two teams to start their 2013 training camps, and both teams will meet in a little less than two weeks in the Hall of Fame game.
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DeMarcus Ware wore a big smile and he seemed almost giddy.
“I’m looking forward to practice,” he said at the Cowboys’ morning walkthrough Sunday.
It was a strange declaration for a ninth-year veteran player to make. But Ware had his reasons for being excited. For one, he’s healthy again.
“I feel 100 percent,” Ware said.
At the end of the last season, he wasn’t...
We don't expect for the first team, especially offensive stars, on the field for very long. But that's no reason to skip preseason games. There are quite a few that will give us a good show; and some position battles are sure to shake out as the four otherwise meaningless games give each team a chance to prepare for the real thing.I'll just jump right in to my first choice...