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The Dallas Cowboys sure know how to keep us talking.
On Wednesday, coach Jason Garrett told a crowd of reporters that he wants his players to have a deep understanding of geometry.
Watch the Princeton graduate provide his reasoning.
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BEST OF MAXIM
The Dallas Cowboys kicked off camp on Monday in Oxnard, California.
Already it seems as though the main storyline will not be play, but health instead.
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The NFL and NFL Players Association are working towards the HGH testing in the NFL and two prominent members of the Dallas Cowboys believe it is in the best interest of the game.
“We’ve seen other pro sports and how important that’s been and the negative vibe it’s gotten,” said Jason Witten, via ESPN Dallas. “Everybody wants a level playing field. I think the union wants...
Taking the right pursuit angle is a pretty important thing in football, whether you’re talking receivers running routes or defenders trying to make a tackle. Still, leave it to Jason Garrett to make a point about it using the full force of his Princetonian intellect.
After watching Miles Austin run a route in position drills during Wednesday morning’s walk-through practice,...
Without much surprise it sounds like Cowboys wide receiver Dez Bryant has been making some big plays in training camp so far.
Calvin Watkins of ESPNDallas.com had the following report on Bryant from yesterday’s practice.
Dez Bryant is just, well, it’s hard to describe. He beat cornerback Morris Claiborne on four plays in the one-on-one passing drill. In the team period, Bryant...
OXNARD, Calif. Jerry Jones, Tony Romo and Dez Bryant each spent time being interviewed by former Dallas Cowboys superstar receiver Michael Irvin on Wednesday.
The Pro Football Hall of Famer was in town to talk to the Cowboys owner, quarterback and top wide receiver for segments on NFL Network.
One of the questions Irvin asked Bryant was if the duo of he and Miles Austin is the...
Brandon Carr knows the Dallas Cowboys need to create more turnovers, and that high-priced cornerbacks are expected to provide their share.
Carr says he isn't putting pressure on himself in the second year of a five-year, $50 million contract with $25 million guaranteed.
But he is expecting a big year. He says it's time to ''turn the corner as a player''...
Dallas Cowboys’ receiver Dez Bryant was said to have the most troubling background coming out of college. Via the Star-Telegram, Bryant says he is ready to move forward and repay the Cowboys for standing by him.
It means a lot. I give a lot of credit to them,” Bryant said. “They stuck their neck out for me and they stayed with me. The time when I didn’t understand certain...
Brandon Carr knows he is the high-priced cornerback for a Dallas defense that tied a franchise low for interceptions in his first year with the Cowboys.
He understands Dallas changed everything but the players on defense, replacing coaches, switching schemes and putting a stronger emphasis on turnovers.
Carr's cool with it - as in calm and seemingly confident.
Say what you want about Dez Bryant, but he does seem to be trying to grow up.
Bryant has huge personal goals for this season, that include scoring 20 touchdowns, and going over the 2,000 yard mark in receiving.
Bryant is big on loyalty, and feels he owes the Cowboys a ton for all the support they’ve given him. Bryant told the Star Telegram that the loyalty the Cowboys showed...
(Eds: APNewsNow. Will be updated. With AP Photos.) By SCHUYLER DIXON AP Sports Writer Dez Bryant wants to be a leader for the Dallas Cowboys. He's certainly playing like one after his first trouble-free offseason in three years.
The fourth-year receiver has been downright dominant early in training camp, repeatedly soaring over starting cornerbacks Brandon Carr and Morris Claiborne...
The Dallas Cowboys have reached a stadium-naming-rights deal with AT&T and team owner Jerry Jones who departed the teams Oxnard, Calif. Training camp hurriedly last night will oversee Thursday's noon press conference at Cowboys Stadium in Arlington.
The agreement on the naming rights deal was reported on Monday by FOXSportsSouthwest.com and DFWSportatorium.com.
Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones finally found a corporate sponsor to put on the front entrance of his billion-dollar stadium: AT&T.
"The Playmaker," with 3 SB rings, interviews the highest paid player in club history, who has no rings. pic.twitter.com/lTZAd4EPO4
— Tom Orsborn (@tom_orsborn) July 25, 2013
Tom Orsborn, a Cowboys reporter for San Antonio Express-News of 20 years, might be a decent enough guy. I have no prior familiarity with his work. All I know is his hot sports take posted above found...