Former Carolina Panthers defensive end Greg Hardy has signed a one-year deal worth $11.3 million that could go up to $13.116 million with the Dallas Cowboys, reports ESPN’s Adam Schefter.
Hardy is signed, but he isn’t allowed to play until he is removed from the commissioner’s exempt list.
The five-year veteran was arrested on May 13 on charges he assaulted and threatened...
The Dallas Cowboys may be America’s team, but not everbody is a fan. If you need proof, look no further than the outpouring of the public’s total-non-outrage over the controversial Dez Bryant playoff catch.
Anyway, if you ask Orlando Scandrick he’s still on board, and in fact TMZ caught him on camera saying he wants to stay in Big D for life:
Scandrick’s current deal goes...
Eagles fans are wise to your stalling tactics, Dallas Cowboys. So don’t even try to pull your tricks. The Cowboys got out to a 21-0 lead on the Eagles in Philly on Sunday night and had all the momentum. It wasn’t until the second quarter when Philly finally got its first first down of the...Read More
What happened to letting young kids actually win a game against you (an adult)? Apparently, Dallas Cowboys cornerback Orlando Scandrick was beat down by adults while playing Madden as a child.
While volunteering his time at a children’s hospital in Texas, Scandrick showed us that his competitive nature is alive and well…at least according to teammate Justin Durant.
Dallas Cowboys cornerback Orlando Scandrick and his teammates visited various children’s hospitals in the Dallas area on Tuesday. The purpose of the visits was to spread holiday cheer, lift spirits and school little kids in Madden. According to Cowboys linebacker Justin Durant, Scandrick showed no mercy while playing Madden against one of the patients. Scandrick...Read More
The Dallas Cowboys spent this week visiting local children's hospitals to bring a little joy this holiday season.
Dez Bryant and some of his teammates even played Madden 15 during their visit.
But cornerback Orlando Scandrick apparently didn't go easy on the kids and tried to run up the score.
The Cowboys are playing to win this season to make sure they don't miss the playoff...
On Tuesday, the Dallas Cowboys visited four children’s hospitals. In order to make the holiday meeting as joyous as possible, several Cowboys players partnered up with the kids at the hospital to play some Madden. Orlando Scandrick didn’t let the setting change his ways as a competitor. Even though he was playing with a bunch
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Dallas Cowboys CB Orlando Scandrick is quietly having one hell of a season. He’s been one of the main reasons the team’s secondary has been playing so much better this year. And he was faced with a difficult task in Monday night’s matchup with the Redskins. Matched up against speedy WR DeSean Jackson, Scandrick knew that if he could take away Washington’s best weapon, then...
It wasn’t meant to be. Thirty-one-for-31 wasn’t Dan Bailey’s destiny – 4-1 was.
Redemption is abundant in movies and television, but real life doesn’t have scripts. Dan Bailey missed a game-winning 53-yard field goal as time expired. Sometimes, that’s the end. The “bad guy” wins, the “hero” goes home to wallow. Not today.
Bailey began a fresh consecutive field...
The Dallas Cowboys were outscored 28-3 in the first half of their season opener against the San Francisco 49ers. They didn't allow a touchdown in the second half, but the Cowboys looked outmatched throughout that 28-17 loss.
Jerry Jones suggested on Friday that Cowboys cornerback Orlando Scandrick could have been the difference. Scandrick was suspended by the NFL the first two games...
IRVING, Texas -- Orlando Scandrick was back at practice Wednesday.
After missing two games for violating the NFL's substance abuse policy, the Dallas Cowboys cornerback was happy to be working with his teammates.
"If felt great," Scandrick said after practice. "It's good to be out here. It's good to get my feet underneath me. I feel like I picked up right where I left off. I feel...
IRVING, Texas (AP) Orlando Scandrick is rejoining the Dallas defense two weeks early after the players and the league reached agreement on a revised policy for performance-enhancing drugs.
The seventh-year cornerback was already back in the Dallas area Wednesday awaiting word on the new deal after going home to California when his four-game suspension began.
Coach Jason Garrett...
Via AP on Fox
September 17, 2014
There’s good reason fans are hoping this new drug policy will get approved and it’s mainly because we need Orlando Scandrick back in the starting lineup. Morris Claiborne has been filling in while Scandrick completes his 4-game suspension, and he’s been the most of us have figured out.
Claiborne has been adequate at times, but he’s made some let up plays as well. Last week...
There was talk that Cowboys cornerback Orlando Scandrick might become available for today’s game against the Titans due to the new NFL drug policy, but the deal is still being finalized as of yesterday. As a result, the deadline has passed for teams to name their active 46-man rosters for the week. Scandrick did not travel to Tennessee with the team.
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Denver Broncos wide receiver Wes Welker won't be suiting up on Sunday.
Neither will Dallas Cowboys cornerback Orlando Scandrick.
Despite the union's approval, the NFL didn't sign off on a new drug policy before Saturday's roster deadline, meaning players potentially eligible for reinstatement remained on the reserve/suspended list.
That includes Welker and Scandrick, who are both...
Via AP on Fox
September 13, 2014
The league is voting on a new drug policy that will effect players who were suspended for using certain drugs. Of course, none of this would be happening right now if Wes Welker hadn’t failed a drug test earlier in the year, but that’s for another debate. For the Cowboys, Orlando Scandrick found out he would be suspended for the first 4 games of...
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Dallas, TX - Finally a little good news for the Dallas Cowboys on a pretty somber week. The NFLPA and NFL have been discussing the terms of a new deal for the past two weeks, a deal has been reached and agreed upon.
The terms of the new agreement are yet to be concrete, however it will define amphetamines as a non-PED, which in-turn will immediately lift the suspensions on Cowboys...
Ian Rapoport reports that Cowboys CB Orlando Scandrick and Broncos WR Wes Welker are eligible to play this weekend.
The NFLPA has yet to release a list of players who will be cleared now that there are new rules in place for the 2014 season, according to Mike Garafolo.
Garafolo adds that the list is believed to be “in the range of 20” players.
Dion Jordan was another...
- Michael Sam signed to Practice Squad (READ)
- Josh Brent reinstated, will serve 10 game suspension (READ)
- Cowboys’ leadership welcome Sam to team (READ)
- Orlando Scandrick’s suspension to be lifted (READ)
- A quarterback’s defense can really affect winning percentage. (READ)
- 49er’s at Cowboys Preview (READ)
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Changes to the NFL drug policy may be coming in the next 48 hours that will allow for Orlando Scandrick and other players to have their suspensions lifted, making them available to play immediately. Scandrick was set to miss the first four games of the season. This story is still developing.
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Dallas, TX - A few weeks ago CowboysNation was hit with a heavy dose of reality. Orlando Scandrick, arguably the Cowboys best cornerback was “popped” as they say for taking Molly as it’s known, or MDMA for those who are not privy on the subject. Scandrick received a four game suspension as the particular “Molly” he ingested contained amphetamines, which under the NFL Drug...
Truly one of the more ridiculous videos from the Taiwanese Animators. The Dallas Cowboys won’t be thrilled that Orlando Scandrick and Jerry Jones were featured in this video, particularly the Jerry Jones part which starts at 1:20. [YouTube]
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We don’t post a whole lot of these Taiwanese Animation videos, but this one was too good to ignore. All that’s missing from this Molly-infused romp through NFL hypocrisy — and Jerry Jones’ adventures with scantily clad women — is that doofus with a Dallas Cowboys 2015 World Champs tattoo.
Warning: even though it’s animated, there is some suggestive behavior in this video...
Taiwanese Animators got a hold of the Cowboys Orlando Scandrick suspension for Ecstasy. [Uproxx]Follow us on Twitter for exclusive stories, Subscribe by Email, or Return Home
I’m sure Dallas Cowboys fans everywhere felt the same way I did when the news came out, Orlando Scandrick was suspended for the
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