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Dallas Cowboys: Why Dallas Day matters

Garrett Gilbert at Texas The biggest news around Valley Ranch this week is some high-profile visits by possible draft picks like Aaron Donald, Anthony Barr and Timmy Jernigan. It could be that the Dallas Cowboys spend a pick on one or two of their best-known visitors. It could be that they draft none of them. History has been a mixed bag when it comes to visits–Travis Frederick...
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The Dallas Cowboys will draft Tony Romo’s successor in 2014

Tony Romo is the Dallas Cowboys quarterback for at least the next two seasons. But I believe that they will draft his eventual successor in this quarterback class. The Cowboys have tried unsuccessfully to find an eventual replacement before. They were interested in Andy Dalton in 2011 and would’ve drafted him in the second round had he fallen to their pick. They also liked Russell...
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Draft Diamonds Prospect Interview: Iosua Siliva, DE/DT, Austin Peay

Draft Diamonds Prospect Interview: Iosua Siliva, DE/DT, Austin Peay How many teams were recruiting you out of high school? One. When I was coming out of high school the island wasn’t recruited like it is now. American Samoa is 10 hours away from the west coast so most people don’t even know where we are. […] The post Draft Diamonds Prospect Interview: Iosua Siliva, DE/DT, Austin...
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Aikman: Romo's back should be a concern for Cowboys

Although there's been nothing but good news concerning Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo's recovery from back surgery, former QB Troy Aikman thinks it should be a concern for the team going forward. “I came back in a relatively short period of time because of when I had my surgery, so he’s at least afforded more time to get ready,” Aikman said, via the team'...
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Dallas Cowboys had Davin Joseph in town today

According to multiple reports on the internet, Davin Joseph the former Tampa Bay Buccaneers starting offensive guard worked out for the Dallas Cowboys today. Joseph was cut by the Tampa Bay Buccaneers before free agency began, saving the team $6 million in cap space. A first-round pick in 2006 out of Oklahoma, Joseph started 89 […] The post Dallas Cowboys had Davin Joseph in town...
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Cowboys reportedly checked out OL Davin Joseph

var ACE_AR = {Site: '898551', Size: '468060', CallType: 'IFRAME'}; The Dallas Cowboys checked out former Buccaneers offensive lineman Davin Joseph on Wednesday, according to Clarence Hill Jr. of the Fort Worth Star-Telegram. Can confirm that the former Bucs guard Davin Joseph made a free agent visit to the Cowboys but no contract has been offered..still...
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A proposed new Dallas Cowboys uniform is pretty sweet

Proposed uniform changes for NFL teams is nothing new. Every week, some sort of idea seems to pop up – from radical redesigns to Star Wars themed tweaks to subtle changes. Most are interesting, but fairly laughable. One new batch, however is worth taking a look at. Jesse Alkire, a freelance graphic artist / designer from Chicago, recently put his spin on each NFL team’s uniform...
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Dallas Cowboys will host WR LaRon Byrd tomorrow

The Dallas Cowboys need wide receiver depth and that is obvious after letting Miles Austin leave.  The team has been trying to find a decent free agent receiver that can come in and make an impact.  A few days ago the Arizona Cardinals released LaRon Byrd the former Miami Hurricanes wide out.  Byrd was pretty […] The post Dallas Cowboys will host WR LaRon Byrd tomorrow appeared...
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Eagles safety Malcolm Jenkins rips the Cowboys

var ACE_AR = {Site: '898551', Size: '468060', CallType: 'IFRAME'}; New Eagles safety Malcolm Jenkins isn’t wasting any time in ripping one of his NFC East rivals in the Dallas Cowboys. “A couple years ago, their scapegoat was Rob Ryan, and they got rid of him, and he was the cause of all their problems. He went to New Orleans and took the worst defense...
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Johnny Manziel wore a Cowboys shirt while visiting children in a hospital (Photo)

var ACE_AR = {Site: '898551', Size: '468060', CallType: 'IFRAME'}; It’s nice to see Johnny Manziel in a place other than a club or high profile sporting event like the Final Four. https://twitter.com/jonmachota/status/456236525705904128 I’m going to go out on a limb and guess that Manziel is a Cowboys fan,  since it;s highly unlikely they’ll draft...
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Cowboys Disrespected by Malcolm Jenkins

The Dallas Cowboys have been placed on notice.  Malcolm Jenkins, the Eagles newly acquired safety, hasn’t played a game yet for his new team, but that hasn’t stopped him from disrespecting his NFC East rival, Dallas Cowboys. During Monday night’s appearance on the NFL network, Jenkins expressed his disdain for the Cowboys defense and whether or not they will be improved in...
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Eagles safety Malcolm Jenkins says the Cowboys' defensive issues are on the players, not coaching

Philadelphia Eagles safety Malcolm Jenkins took a hammer to his new NFC East rivals, the Dallas Cowboys. Jenkins slammed the players and said that the team used former defensive coordinator Rob Ryan as a 'scapegoat' and continue to point fingers at the coaching staff, but the players aren't getting it done. In addition, he slammed the front office for their inability...
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Power Rankings: Dallas Cowboys have had one of worst offseasons in NFL so far

Since the 2013 NFL season ended 10 weeks ago, every team in the NFL has made changes. Both winners and losers from last year have been busy making adjustments. Some have revamped their coaching staff. Some have turned over their roster. Some have done a little bit of both. But none, not a single one, have stood pat. During this firestorm of activity, every team believes they’ve...
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Cowboys Players Who Need to Take the Next Step in 2014

Just a few seasons ago in the 2011 offseason, we consistently saw the name "Dez Bryant" under the players who are ready to take that big next step.After a 63 reception, 928 yard, and nine-touchdown season, he looked poised to do just that, and guess what happened? Bryant took that as a challenge, and had an incredible 2012. He posted stats of 92 catches, 1,382 yards, and...
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Why the Dallas Cowboys should trade up in the first round

The 2014 NFL draft begins on May 8, 2014 a little over 3 weeks away, and with it comes a wave of new talent coming into the NFL. That being said, the Dallas Cowboys have many pressing needs that they should look to fill in this year’s draft. And with that said I believe the only way the Cowboys can get the caliber player they need is by trading up in this year’s draft. Jerry...
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