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Details on Dallas Cowboys restructuring Tyron Smith and Travis Frederick contracts

Something that was bound to happen for the Dallas Cowboys this offseason occurred Monday. The Cowboys restructured the contracts for offensive linemen Tyron Smith and Travis Frederick. ESPN’s Todd Archer first reported. Smith’s salary this year will be moved to just over $1 million with the remaining $9 million added as signing bonus. That $9 million will be spaced out over his...
Via EndZoneScore
7 hours ago

Cowboys 2017 Free Agents: The Case For And Against Re-Signing S J.J. Wilcox

The Cowboys have decisions to make on their own free agents. We help make the choice for them. As we move towards free agency, which begins on March 9, we’ll take a look at all the Cowboys current unrestricted free agents in an effort to discern whether they will return or not. Today, we’ll take on a player who has frustrated fans during his time, S J.J. Wilcox. History Wilcox...
Via Blogging The Boys
9 hours ago

DallasCowboys.com Writers Weigh In On Cowboys' Top Offseason Priority

FRISCO, Texas – Monday’s news of the Cowboys’ contract restructures was fitting timing.
Via DallasCowboys.com
11 hours ago

Restructures Of All-Pro Linemen’s Contracts Create Cap Space

FRISCO, Texas – To create salary cap room ahead of the 2017 league year, the Cowboys have restructured the contracts of All-Pro offensive linemen Tyron Smith and Travis Frederick.
Via DallasCowboys.com
12 hours ago

Cowboys reportedly restructure deals for All-Pro linemen to free up money

The Dallas Cowboys apparently will be heading into the free-agent market armed with a little more money to spend. The Cowboys restructured the contracts of All-Pro left tackle Tyron Smith and All-Pro center Travis Frederick, ESPN reported Monday. The moves will free up around $17.3 million, allowing Dallas to move under a proposed salary cap of $168 million next season, according...
Via FOX Sports
12 hours ago

Cowboys Gain Cap Room By Restructuring Tyron Smith & Travis Frederick

The Cowboys are getting around to juggling some finances to get under the cap for 2017. The Dallas Cowboys are finally getting around to what everybody knew they would do - create cap space by restructuring contracts. As had been noted many times on these pages and others, the contracts of offensive linemen Tyron Smith and Travis Frederick lent themselves to restructuring. According...
Via Blogging The Boys
12 hours ago

Cowboys rework contracts to free $17.3 million in cap space

The Dallas Cowboys have reportedly restructured the contracts of two offensive lineman in order to free up significant bucks against the salary cap this offseason.According to ESPN’s Todd Archer, the Cowboys restructured the contracts of LT Tyron Smith and C Travis Frederick. The restructuring of their deals saves Dallas $17.3 million against the salary cap, which gets them under...
Via Larry Brown Sports
12 hours ago  |  Discuss

Dallas Cowboys Restructure Tyron Smith And Travis Frederick, Free Up Cap Space

The days of an NFL offseason are comprised majorly of a lot of dollars and cents, and a lot of them are more readily available for the 2017 Dallas Cowboys after restructuring the contracts of Left Tackle Tyron Smith and Center Travis Frederick. Todd Archer on Twitter The Cowboys have restructured the contracts of All-Pro left tackle Tyron Smith and All-Pro center Travis…...
Via Inside The Star
13 hours ago

Roster Breakdown (Part Seven): Taking A Closer Look At The Defensive Ends On The Dallas Cowboys

The one position on the Cowboys roster that they just can’t seem to get solved, defensive end. The defensive end position has plagued the Dallas Cowboys for a while. As you may recall, in recent seasons we have seen the likes of George Selvie, Greg Hardy, Jeremy Mincey, Randy Gregory, Tyrone Carwford and DeMarcus Lawrence among others man the position. Insert a makeshift defensive...
Via Blogging The Boys
15 hours ago

The 81.25% Connection Between The 1992 And 2017 Dallas Cowboys

For the longest time if you wanted to rent a car in the United States, you had to be at least 25 years old. That rule is a bit murky in some parts these days, but if it holds true in your neck of the woods and you were born in 1992 – this is your year! 2017 is also hopefully the year of the Dallas Cowboys as they look to take their Rookie of the Year winning quarterback, Dak...
Via Inside The Star
16 hours ago

Texans, Chiefs make most sense for Romo?

There are a handful of teams that Tony Romo would reportedly like to end up with if and when he is traded or released this offseason, but two of those teams seem to stand out above the rest.In his weekly column for The MMQB, Peter King lays out the reasons why the Houston Texans and Kansas City Chiefs are the most likely landing spots for Romo. King notes that Texans head coach Bill...
Via Larry Brown Sports
18 hours ago  |  Discuss

2017 Free Agency: Market Flush With CB Options For Cowboys

It would be completely understandable if the Dallas Cowboys’ focus this off-season was to do their best to upgrade the talent on the defensive side of the ball. Nearly everybody wants the Cowboys to improve their pass rush and they wouldn’t be wrong. I’ve already written about five defensive ends they could target in free agency, but I thought it was time to turn my attention...
Via Inside The Star
19 hours ago

Report: Romo willing to rework contract to facilitate trade

Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo has no interest in playing for a rebuilding team in 2017, and he is reportedly willing to rework his contract if it helps assure that does not happen.According to Jason La Canfora of CBS Sports, Romo is open to “massaging” his current contract in order to to provide salary cap relief for a contending team that might be willing to trade for...
Via Larry Brown Sports
1 day ago  |  Discuss

Do the Dallas Cowboys have the pieces to win a Super Bowl?

Most of the time, a professional sports team is judged on how many championships they have or how well they do in the playoffs. Though the Dallas Cowboys are tied with two other teams, the San Francisco 49ers and New England Patriots, for second most Super Bowl rings with five, they haven’t won more than one playoff game or made a Super Bowl appearance in the past twenty years...
Via isportsweb.com
2 days ago  |  Discuss

Report: Chiefs, Broncos among teams that interest Tony Romo

Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo could very well have a say in where he ends up next month. After months of speculation that the former Pro Bowler would be traded, reports surfaced earlier this week that Romo himself anticipates being released.As a 37-year-old quarterback that has played in a grand total of five games over the past two seasons, Romo’s situation is tricky. When...
Via Sportsnaut
3 days ago  |  Discuss

Cowboys LB Jaylon Smith Said He's Running a '4.5 40-Yard Dash' a Year After His Brutal Knee Injury

After missing his entire rookie season due to a severe knee injury, Jaylon Smith is looking good. Really good. The 21-year-old Dallas Cowboys linebacker recently posted a video on Instagram of his training. To say he looks explosive would be an understatement: [instagram src="https://www.instagram.com/p/BQiVT3PAnbQ/"] In January, Smith told the media he had recently clocked...
Via Stack
3 days ago  |  Discuss

Can Jason Witten continue to be great for the Dallas Cowboys?

Jason Witten was drafted by the Dallas Cowboys in the third round of the 2003 NFL draft. Some other notable picks from that draft consist of Carson Palmer, Andre Johnson, Terrell Suggs, Troy Polamalu, Anquan Boldin and Ike Taylor. Of the previously mentioned players, three have retired. Is the end of an era approaching? If so, does that mean the end of Jason Witten? Only Jason Witten...
Via isportsweb.com
5 days ago  |  Discuss

Candice Romo says husband 'enjoyed this winning season as much as any'

Tony Romo's wife says the couple enjoyed the Dallas Cowboys' magical 13-3 season despite her husband watching it play out from the sideline. Although Candice Romo did admit the season was still tough on them. Even after Romo made his widely praised conciliatory speech conceding the starting job to Dak Prescott, Candice says he still managed to remain positive.“I always call him...
Via Sportress of Blogitude
5 days ago  |  Discuss

Bill Parcells supports Terrell Owens for the Hall of Fame

Does Terrell Owens deserve a place in the Hall of Fame? It’s been an oft debated topic and the discussion now includes Bill Parcells.Parcells, who coached Owens with the Dallas Cowboys and is himself in the Hall of Fame, was asked if he’d vote for Owens.“I think I would. I think I would,” Parcells said, appearing on ESPN Radio (H/T Pro Football Talk). “He certainly was...
Via Sportsnaut
6 days ago  |  Discuss

Myles Garrett pleads with Dallas Cowboys to draft him at #1

On Friday a video of the NFL draft’s probable first overall selection, Myles Garrett, was released where Garret pleaded to Cowboys owner Jerry Jones to trade up and take him. Garrett suggested that the Cowboys should trade Tony Romo and some draft picks to the Cleveland Browns in exchange of taking him with the number one pick. Here’s the video:   Garrett probably realized this...
Via isportsweb.com
8 days ago  |  Discuss

Jerry Jones has great quote about bolstering defense

The Dallas Cowboys, after going 13-3 in 2016, went one-and-done in the playoffs, largely due to their inability to get pressure on Aaron Rodgers. This is something owner Jerry Jones hopes to remedy heading into 2017.Using typical Jonesian phrasing, he had an interesting way of expressing the kind of player he hopes to bring in to make it happen.“If I have a chance to bring one...
Via Sportsnaut
8 days ago  |  Discuss

Former Cowboys RB Joseph Randle charged with assaulting a fellow inmate

WICHITA, Kan. -- Former Dallas Cowboys running back Joseph Randle has been charged with assaulting a fellow inmate in a Kansas jail. The Wichita Eagle reported that the aggravated battery and disorderly conduct charges filed Wednesday stem from a confrontation Friday in the Sedgwick County Jail. He now has five criminal cases pending against him in the county, where he has been jailed...
Via Associated Press
10 days ago  |  Discuss
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