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Though it’s not quite a surprise, we’ve come to find out confidence is at an all-time high in Big D.
Running back DeMarco Murray raised an eyebrow or two last month when he all but guaranteed a trip to the Super Bowl. Now one of the Cowboys’ more established talents is going where most don’t dare when discussing Tony Romo.
Earlier this week, tight end Jason Witten told the Abilene Reporter-News that Romo is an “elite” quarterback who provides the team with its best chance to win a Super Bowl.
“Hopefully, we learned through these tough experiences in getting beat,” Witten said. “That’s what adversity is all about. You can either use that as your crutch or allow it to be what pushes you to chase greatness. I think that’s what this team is going to do. We got a lot better through free agency, got a lot better in the draft. Obviously, I think Tony Romo is an elite quarterback who gives you a chance to compete for a championship.”
Witten, a seven-time Pro Bowler and close frie
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Since 2006, there's probably no player on the Dallas Cowboys roster that has been asked about Tony Romo more than tight end Jason Witten.
The two are good friends and two of the franchise's most valuable players. Witten, who has made the Pro Bowl seven times, was asked about Romo on Monday for a story in the Abilene Reporter-News. As usual, Witten praised Romo after mentioning...
Dallas Cowboys’ head coach Jason Garrett kind of reminds me a little bit of Miami Heat coach Erik Spoelstra. Both are young first-time head coaches who have been entrusted with championship-caliber teams while still in their coaching infancy. Spoelstra didn’t have all of the talent he now has at his disposal when he first took over as coach of the Heat but he did produce two...
The Dallas Cowboys Running game has been below average over the past three season. Last year Felix Jones gained a lot of weight to become more durable. The problem is he also lost his explosiveness and that is why the Cowboys drafted him in the first round. The reason why most people believed the Cowboys a threat to win the NFC East last year is Demarco Murray. The first game he...
Terence Newman did not take the title as the greatest #41.
Here is the update for greatest Dallas Cowboys by their jersey numbers focusing on jersey numbers 41 through 45.
Terence Newman lasted nine seasons in Dallas, but his final year in 2011 was one to forget. He has since moved on to join the Cincinnati Bengals.
Charlie Waters is still the best player to wear #41, though...
Dallas Cowboys tight end Jason Witten sat down with AbileneSports.com and was asked about the disappointing end to last year’s 8-8 season.
“No doubt it was a disappointment — going 8-8,” Witten said. “We had a chance to win the division and lost it. The Giants won and went to the Super Bowl. We don’t need any extra motivation.”
Witten stands by Romo...
The free agency process didn't last long for inside linebacker Dan Connor, and a current Dallas Cowboys linebacker played a significant role. The 26-year-old free agent had a phone conversation with his friend and former college teammate Sean Lee on March 14. The following day, Connor became a member of the Cowboys by signing a two-year deal.
"I kind of had a feeling the...
What would the NFL offseason be without some Dallas Cowboys drama and fluffy news?
Not a normal NFL offseason is the answer to that question.
Dallas has been making a little more noise than usual, and after falling flat last year and out of the playoff race, they are trying to live up to the high standards of playing on “America’s Team” but at +2500 Vegas is hoping you will...
Wide receiver Dez Bryant has been making strides through the offseason, and quarterback Tony Romo remarked that he is getting better every week, according to the Dallas Morning News. Romo added, "The guys that really want to be great and have that ability to be great, you can't have enough of those guys."
Romo is the latest to garner praise for Bryant...
Disgruntled Cowboys cornerback Mike Jenkins showed up for the team's mandatory minicamp after missing the voluntary offseason program and the OTAs.
After missing last offseason because of a lockout, Valley Ranch's 'Boys of Summer resumed their annual rite of passage. No other team in the NFL celebrates voluntary workouts quite like the Dallas Cowboys.
Far enough removed from the previous season's disappointment, this is the time players and coaches suggest that things are headed in the right direction. Some of...