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Report: Cowboys ban filming offense in practice with Patriots next on schedule

Paranoid or savvy? With the New England Patriots in town this weekend, the Dallas Cowboys banned reporters — or anyone — from filming any offensive sessions during Thursday’s open practice, according to The Dallas Morning News. Cowboys usually don't care what cameras film during the open portion of practice. But this week, no filming the offense — Jon Machota (@jonmachota...
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Jerry Jones on Greg Hardy comment: ‘Oh my goodness’

Dallas Cowboys defensive end Greg Hardy made a couple horrible comments during a locker-room interview Tuesday, and team owner Jerry Jones was caught off-guard when told about the words. According to Melissa Jacobs of Sports Illustrated, Jones hadn’t heard what Hardy said before the reporter asked him a question about the defensive end. “‘Oh my goodness.’ [Jones] then...
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Jerry Jones has odd take on Brady marrying Gisele

It appears the Dallas Cowboys have an interesting fascination with Tom Brady and Gisele Bundchen’s relationship. Cowboys defensive end Greg Hardy is coming back from a four-game suspension this weekend against the New England Patriots, and he had some interesting things to say about their quarterback and his wife before the matchup. “I love seeing Tom Brady, he’s cool as...
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On the Cowboys' struggles to finish the fight

Oct 4, 2015; New Orleans, LA, USA; New Orleans Saints outside linebacker Hau’oli Kikaha (44) sacks Dallas Cowboys quarterback Brandon Weeden (3) during the second half at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome. The Saints won 26-20 in overtime. Mandatory Credit: Derick E. Hingle-USA TODAY Sports The Dallas Cowboys have had a lead in the first half in 3 out of their 4 games so far this...
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Jason Garrett: I hold 'amazing' Tom Brady in 'highest regard'

FOXBORO, Mass. — Unlike Cowboys defensive end Greg Hardy, who mentioned Tom Brady’s wife while speaking with reporters Tuesday, Dallas head coach Jason Garrett is focusing more on the New England Patriots quarterback’s on-field impact leading up to Sunday’s Week 5 matchup. Garrett, like many others, can’t help but marvel at the season Brady is having for the Pats at age...
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Tom Brady: I don't care about Greg Hardy's personal feelings

The New England Patriots have manhandled each of the three opponents they have faced this season, yet the bulletin board material just keeps on coming. On Tuesday, it was Dallas Cowboys defensive lineman Greg Hardy making some questionable comments about Tom Brady’s wife. “I love seeing Tom Brady, he’s cool as crap,” Hardy told reporters....Read More
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Loss of Lance Dunbar changes landscape of running back position

The Dallas Cowboys running game was starting to come together when running back Lance Dunbar was lost for the season due to injury. Coach Jason Garrett said that the team is still trying to adjust to the loss of Dunbar, but believes it's an opportunity for someone else to step up. "I think we're always evaluating,'' Garrett said, via the Dallas News. "It will happen naturally with...
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Jerry Jones: ‘Superman’ Dez Bryant targeting Week 7 return

Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones colorfully suggested Dez Bryant has superhero-like recovery powers to praise how quickly the wide receiver is healing from surgery that included a bone graft and a screw inserted into his right foot to repair a fractured fifth metatarsal. “Dez, of course, is Superman,” Jones said Tuesday on 105.3 The Fan, via The Dallas Morning News. “I say...
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Five reasons the Cowboys will beat the Patriots

I honestly don’t know what to make of these Dallas Cowboys right now. They’ve looked pretty good at times over these last two losses, but have found ways to lose in the end. Every team in the NFL deals with injury at some point. One can only hope that this team is getting their bad injury luck out of the way early and are able to rebound late. One heck of a way to start that...
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Twitter Tuesday: What’s in store for the Dallas Cowboys

Twitter Tuesday isn’t going to disappoint. With the news that Lance Dunbar is done for season with a torn ACL to the release of the beast. sportscenter: Cowboys RB Lance Dunbar is out for the year with a torn ACL that he suffered against… — DCBIGTANK (@dcbigtank) October 5, 2015 Some people even have jokes about the upcoming game against the New...
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Michael Irvin: Cowboys have no chance against Patriots Sunday

The past couple of weeks have been rough for the Dallas Cowboys, and it is likely to only get worse. After two straight loses, the Cowboys will face the defending Super Bowl champion New England Patriots this upcoming Sunday.And Hall of Fame Cowboys wide receiver Michael Irvin doesn't appear to have much confidence in his former team. Michael Irvin on if Cowboys can beat the Patriots...
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Dez Bryant has 'real shot' at playing in Week 7

The Dallas Cowboys have already lost the two games they have played without both Tony Romo and Dez Bryant, and one of those two star players has a chance to return in the very near future. On Monday, Cowboys executive vice president Stephen Jones said Bryant could be back on the field in Week 7...Read More
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Report: Cowboys fear RB Lance Dunbar tore his ACL and MCL

As Dallas Cowboys running back Lance Dunbar went to make a cut back on the opening kickoff of the second half during Sunday night's 26-20 Week 4 loss to the New Orleans Saints, his left knee gave out on him. According to Adam Schefter, Dunbar will undergo an MRI on Monday, but the Cowboys fear that he will be lost for the 2015 season with a torn ACL and MCL. Cowboys fear Lance Dunbar...
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Rumor Has It Dallas Cowboys RB Lance Dunbar Has Torn MCL And ACL

When the Dallas Cowboys lost Tony Romo it was up to other guys to step up and keep the team on the right track. Running back Lance Dunbar definitely tried to do his part against Atlanta and again against New Orleans Sunday night.However his night and now possibly his season came to an end when he went down with a knee injury during the opening kick of the second half. unfortunately...
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Cowboys lose RB Lance Dunbar for season as injuries continue to pile up

According to Todd Archer of, Dallas Cowboys running back Lance Dunbar is “almost certainly” done for the season with a knee injury he sustained against the Saints on Sunday night. “You’ve got no choice [but to bounce back],” cornerback Morris Claiborne said, via “That’s our job. Even though you don’t want to or not, you have to...
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Texas governor rips Dallas Cowboys defense on Twitter after loss to Saints

Football is king in Texas. When it comes to a team’s performance, mediocrity will not cut it, as expectations are always high. So when the Dallas Cowboys suffered a tough 26-20 loss in overtime to the New Orleans Saints on Sunday Night Football, fans took to Twitter to voice their frustration. Texas Gov. Greg Abbott weighed in about the loss after the game as well, and he did not...
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WATCH: Dallas Cowboys WR Terrance Williams Makes Great Diving Catch For Game Saving Touchdown

For much of the second half of Sunday night's game between the Dallas Cowboys and New Orleans Saints Brandon Weeden was not able to do anything with the Cowboys offense, but with the game on the line and the ball on the nine-yard line he was finally able to get something going.They got withing range quick, but were unable to get in the end zone till a fourth down pass to Terrance...
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Jimmy Johnson thinks 49ers need to move on from Colin Kaepernick

Colin Kaepernick’s time as the starting quarterback for the San Francisco 49ers may be drawing to a close, and it’s almost a guarantee he won’t start in 2016 if he continues on his current course. Former Dallas Cowboys head coach and current Fox Sports analysts Jimmy Johnson was asked what he’d do if he were coaching Kaepernick. His response was blunt, to say the least....
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Female Friday: The most amazing women to ever rep the Dallas Cowboys

It’s Friday and I think we all need a nice sendoff into this awesome weekend. And as we all know, if there’s one thing that beats a gorgeous woman, it’s a gorgeous woman in a Cowboys jersey. AROUND COVER32 Bold Predictions: Four outcomes that will shock the NFL in Week 4 Fantasy Sleepers: Five steals you need to pick up in daily fantasy for Week 4 First and 10: The NFL’s...
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Dallas Cowboys: NFC East division update

The NFC East has a lot of question marks already this season. Each team is dealing with injuries at major positions and it really seems as if the division crown is up for grabs after analyzing the first three weeks of play. With all of the teams having some question marks, where exactly do the Dallas Cowboys sit in regards to division rankings? Well the obvious is well known across...
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Dallas Cowboys: Why the Cowboys should start Kellen Moore

Something is looming over Jerry Jones and the Dallas Cowboys right now. They know that Brandon Weeden will be taking control of the offense in Tony Romo’s absence and they know that Matt Cassel is a great security blanket. Still, somehow there is some sort of uneasiness around Arlington. This uneasy feeling may just be that Cowboys’ fans everywhere truly want to see Kellen Moore...
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Jerry Jones: It’s ‘BS’ to take Weeden praise as shot at Aikman

Jerry Jones arguable overuse of hyperbole when singing the praises of Brandon Weeden last week was jokingly used to infer that Jones was suggesting that Weeden was a superior quarterback to Troy Aikman. Not so, says the Dallas Cowboys owner. It all started when Jones dug himself a bit of a hole by saying the following about Weeden’s gifts as a quarterback: “This quarterback...
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Weeden sets Cowboys record for consecutive completions

All Brandon Weeden does is complete passes. In his first start with the Cowboys following Tony Romo’s injury, Weeden opened up the game on Sunday completing nine straight passes. Combined with his 16 straight completions from Week 2, he set the franchise record with 21 straight completed passes. With 9 consecutive completions to start the game, Weeden has now completed 21 consecutive...
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Can Cowboys stick to the winning Weeden formula?

The Cowboys will turn to backup QB Brandon Weeden against an Atlanta Falcons team that's off to a solid 2-0 start.  As is often the case in the NFL, name association carries with it a certain amount of baggage that may or may not be relevant to the current situation.  Weeden had a perfect performance a week ago in relief of Tony Romo after Dallas' leader went down with a shoulder...
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Jerry Jones says how Cowboys navigate injury woes will be ‘inspirational’

Jerry Jones delivered some pretty profound proselytizing Thursday when he told reporters that not only will the Dallas Cowboys successfully navigate the substantial injury woes that have befallen the team, it will be a powerful experience for all involved. “We have to figure out ways to excel and win and when we do, it should be inspirational,” Jones said, per The Dallas Morning...
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14 days ago  |  Discuss

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