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Watch: Garret warns Romo-to-Dez about risky play

Tony Romo and Dez Bryant couldn't be happier to be reunited at training camp. During spring practices, Romo missed throwing the ball up for his "X" wide receiver and watching Bryant throw up "the X". In the Cowboys' first practice of training camp, the duo got the connection rekindled early on. As you can hear at the end, head coach Jason Garrett wasn't too pleased with this play...
Via Fox Sports
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Female Friday: You can’t miss these five unforgettably sexy San Francisco 49ers fans

The San Francisco 49ers have won five Super Bowls in their history. Since it’s Friday, why not celebrate that fact by zoning out at work and looking at photos of sexy 49ers fans? Here’s five awesome ones we found around the web… AROUND COVER32 Bold Predictions: What will happen in the AFC in 2015 Top 10: The NFL’s third-tier cornerbacks Fantasy Preview: The top-60 RBs for...
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Watch: Dangerous Romo to Dez practice play has Garrett issuing warning

Tony Romo and Dez Bryant couldn't be happier to be reunited at training camp. During spring practices, Romo missed throwing the ball up for his "X" wide receiver and watching Bryant throw up "the X". In the Cowboys' first practice of training camp, the duo got the connection rekindled early on. As you can hear at the end, head coach Jason Garrett wasn't too pleased with this play...
Via Fox Sports
1 day ago  |  Discuss

Dallas Cowboys’ Dez Bryant New Contract, Same Player

Yesterday Dez Bryant did his first interview at Training Camp with the media since signing his new deal. Most often you hear people say “money changes people.” Don’t count on Dez Bryant being a different person/player since now that he has a new contract. In the 24 minute interview that I advise you to listen to if you haven’t already he talked in reverse how the money won’t...
Via cover32
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Will Dez Bryant’s massive contract change the way he performs?

Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Dez Bryant played hardball with his team by skipping offseason activities while he waited for his dream deal to come through. He also threatened to sit out of the team’s season opener and possibly more games if a new deal was not in place. Bryant ended up getting his way. He and the Cowboys agreed to a lucrative five-year, $70 million deal which includes...
Via Sportsnaut
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Cowboys should sign interested RB Steven Jackson

The Dallas Cowboys are thin at the running back position, and Steven Jackson is still looking for work. The league’s current active leader in career rushing yards used Twitter to express interest in signing with “America’s Team,” and the Cowboys should at least bring him in for a visit. Jackson tweeted a gorgeous shot of AT&T Stadium on Thursday night with the words...
Via Sportsnaut
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Cowboys cheerleaders re-enact Dez 'no-catch'

A new NFL season is just around the corner, but Cowboys fans will never forget how the last one ended. The Dez Bryant "no-catch" against the Packers in the playoffs continues to be debated, and the Cowboys cheerleaders re-enacted the infamous fourth down play.  MORE FROM FOX SPORTS SOUTHWEST:  - PHOTOS: Cowboys Cheerleaders Auditions - Ranking NFL quarterback salaries - Oldest...
Via Fox Sports Southwest
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Watch: Dez Bryant 'non-catch' play acted out by Cowboys cheerleaders

By now, every Dallas Cowboys fan is likely tired of hearing, reading and seeing Tony Romo's sideline pass to Dez Bryant that was ruled incomplete. "The Fumble" website asked members of the Cowboys' cheerleader team to re-create the play, and the result is something that Cowboys fans can actually crack a smile while watching.To no one's surprise, they didn't recreate the frozen tundra...
Via Fox Sports
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Cowboys' Bryant says he's a changed man money can't change

OXNARD, Calif. (AP) Dez Bryant took a couple of long pauses, first to search for a way to describe how he has matured and then to find the right word to describe skeptics who think he hasn't changed at all. The Dallas Cowboys All-Pro receiver could relax on the first day of training camp Thursday, thanks to the five-year, $70 million contract that was the only reason he was there...
Via AP on Fox
1 day ago  |  Discuss

WATCH: Dallas Cowboys WR Dez Bryant Back in Action!

For a while it looked like the Dallas Cowboys were not going to see Dez Bryant for some time. It looked like the team's biggest offensive weapon was going to skip camp, and possibly even a game or two during the regular season. Thankfully, logic and reason won out, and he was given the contract he deserved which he signed.So there will be no holdout for good ole 88. Nope--instead...
Via FatManWriting
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Enthusiastic Dez Bryant back on field with Cowboys

OXNARD, Calif. (AP) -- Dez Bryant tossed the football with fellow receiver Cole Beasley and ran through plays hard enough for his cap to fall off as he jumped to catch a pass in the first workout of training camp. The All-Pro was on the field with the Dallas Cowboys on Thursday in California because he signed a five-year, $70 million contract just before a July 15 deadline that would...
Via AP on Fox
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Enthusiastic Dez Bryant back on field with Cowboys

OXNARD, Calif. (AP) -- Dez Bryant tossed the football with fellow receiver Cole Beasley and ran through plays hard enough for his cap to fall off as he jumped to catch a pass in the first workout of training camp. The All-Pro was on the field with the Dallas Cowboys on Thursday in California because he signed a five-year, $70 million contract just before a July 15 deadline that would...
Via Fox Sports Southwest
2 days ago  |  Discuss

The Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders Recreated Dez Bryant’s Non-Catch

Cowboys fans probably won't dig this.
Via Busted Coverage
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Same ol' Dez: Enthusiastic Bryant back on field with Cowboys

OXNARD, Calif. (AP) Dez Bryant tossed the football with fellow receiver Cole Beasley and ran through plays hard enough for his cap to fall off as he jumped to catch a pass in the first workout of training camp. The All-Pro was on the field with the Dallas Cowboys on Thursday in California because he signed a five-year, $70 million contract just before a July 15 deadline that would...
Via AP on Fox
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Stephen Jones provides insight on what it's like to negotiate with Dez Bryant

The contract negotiations between the Dallas Cowboys and Dez Bryant were a highly publicized item this offseason. Bryant and the Cowboys' organization were not afraid to speak their mind at any point. In the end, they wanted the exact same thing--a long-term deal.In order to get to that point, it took a lot of back and forth between Bryant's camp and the Cowboys' ownership. Cowboys...
Via Fox Sports
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Cowboys happy to not deal with 'Dez Watch' as training camp begins

OXNARD, Calif. - One of the many reasons the Dallas Cowboys wanted a long-term contract with Dez Bryant was on display here Wednesday. The team's opening news conference would've been all about Bryant had he not signed his five-year, $70 million contract. "The Dez Watch is something that wouldn't have been welcomed by Coach [Jason] Garrett, his teammates, and certainly by Jerry ...
Via Fox Sports Southwest
3 days ago  |  Discuss

One rule the Atlanta Falcons desperately need the NFL to fix

The Dallas Cowboys are not my team and Dez Bryant is not my favorite receiver. However, I do like the Atlanta Falcons and Julio Jones. The thing is I don’t want what happened to The Cowboys and Dez to happen to Atlanta. Great players make great catches. There is no real way to define ” a football move” that covers all players. Bryant made several football moves as far as I...
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3 days ago  |  Discuss

Dez Bryant can't believe Jamaal Charles' speed rating in 'Madden'

NFL players take their 'Madden' ratings very seriously.It's not often a fellow player takes up for another one like Cowboys receiver Dez Bryant just didhttps://twitter.com/DezBryant/status/624299355223289856Bryant was bemoaning his own speed rating (89 overall) when he came across Charles' low mark. The newly-extended Cowboy is right -- the 'Madden' rankings are off.Chiefs fans can...
Via Fox Sports
4 days ago  |  Discuss

Report: Dez Bryant Was In ‘Financial Distress’ Before Signing Contract

Dez Bryant will enter the 2015 season a wealthy man. But apparently that wasn’t always the case. The Dallas Cowboys wide receiver was in “financial distress” prior to signing a five-year contract with the team worth $70 million, four sources told Bleacher Report’s Jason Cole. According to Cole, the Cowboys had been set on the financials of the deal, which was based on a similar...
Via NESN.com
4 days ago  |  Discuss

Cowboys to closely watch Bryant in return to team workouts

The Dallas Cowboys plan to keep a close eye on their new $70 million investment when training camp opens Thursday. Dez Bryant signed that $70 million deal (over five months) earlier this month, ending a long negotiation process. During that process, Bryant refused to sign his franchise tag offer, meaning he could not participate in off-season workouts. Bryant hasn't been sitting...
Via Fox Sports Southwest
4 days ago  |  Discuss

Report: Dez Bryant was in ‘financial distress’ before signing new contract

Before the Dallas Cowboys agreed to a long-term contract extension with Dez Bryant, there were reports that the team did not believe the 26-year-old receiver when he said he was willing to miss regular season games. Why? Because Bryant may have been having some money issues. In a lengthy piece that explains how Bryant ended...Read More
Via Larry Brown Sports
5 days ago  |  Discuss

NFC Notes: Dez Bryant, Eagles, Falcons, & Giants

Dez Bryant Jason Cole of the B/R reports Cowboys WR Dez Bryant lost between $400,000 and $1 million in off-field endorsement money last year. Four sources told Cole that prior to signing his new $70 million contract, Bryant was in financial distress. The Cowboys reportedly protected themselves with this new agreement. “What the Cowboys did is brilliant,” said a source familiar...
Via NFL Trade Rumors
5 days ago  |  Discuss

Bryant in 'financial distress' before signing new deal

After an agonizingly protracted negotiation period, Dez Bryant and the Dallas Cowboys finally came to terms on a contract extension for the wide receiver. Reports indicate that Bryant was plagued by financial issues prior to signing a five-year, $70 million deal last week. Four sources reportedly told Bleacher Report’s Jason Cole that Bryant was in...Read More The post Dez Bryant...
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Cowboys VP talks injuries, Carr's contract as Cowboys prepare for camp

The next time the Cowboys face the media, they'll be in Oxnard, Calif., for the start of their 2015 training camp. But as they prepare to depart, it sounds like all their loose ends from the offseason are taken care of. Team executive vice president Stephen Jones spoke to reporters Saturday in Frisco, Texas, as the organization celebrated the midpoint of the construction process...
Via Fox Sports Southwest
7 days ago  |  Discuss

Weekend web roundup: Dallas Cowboys

Dallas Cowboys: Should the team add yet another troubled pass rusher? It's no secret, the Dallas Cowboys are in need of effective pass rushers. As sacking opposing quarterbacks was their biggest weakness in 2014, the Cowboys ... Cowboys' Randle gets probation for for stealing cologne, underwear MCKINNEY, TEXAS - The Dallas Cowboys running back has been put on six months of...
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