Report: Dallas Cowboys sign Efe Obada and save money thanks to Tony Romo

The Dallas Cowboys had a busy day as the organization re-structured one contract and signed two defensive players. Earlier in the day, it was reported by Senior Writer Cami Griffin that free agent linebacker Rolando McClain had signed a one-year, $4 million deal. Dallas also signed London native, Efe Obada.  Obada, a defensive end with the London Warriors of the British American...
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Cowboys 7-Round Mock Draft Headlined by Kevin Johnson, CB, Wake Forest

Four more weeks and we’ll know which college players will join the Cowboys, and with the signing of Rolando McClain, the Cowboys now have full control of what they want to do in the 1st round. Linebacker no longer becomes a must need, and now we can move up if we want, or we can move down a bit more and pick up another pick. I’ll be ramping up my Cowboys-centric mock drafts on...
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Dallas Cowboys re-sign MLB Rolando McClain

Rolando McClain was one of the riskier signings on the open market this off-season, considering he was kicked off the team by the Raiders in 2012, has been arrested 3 times since entering the league in 2010, and was out of football entirely in 2013. However, the reward is obvious with him. Drafted 8th overall in 2010 by the Raiders, McClain came into the league with a ton of potential...
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Cowboys Linebackers Set for 2015 run

Rolando McClain has decided to stay in Dallas despite being offered a contract from the Cheatriots. McClain signed on for a 1-yr deal earning him up to $4 million for the year. The deal basically consists of $3 mill base and $1 mill in incentives. With McClain returning, the Cowboys are now set at LB for now. Here’s where the linebackers will lineup on Sundays: Sean Lee – Will...
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Report: Buffalo Bills will play Toronto Argonauts in exhibition game on May 29

The Buffalo Bills are going to play their northern neighbors in an exhibition game… BREAKING: #Argos announce exhibition game vs. @BuffaloBills at Ralph Wilson Stadium. LINK: — Toronto Argonauts (@TorontoArgos) April 1, 2015 Too good to be true, right? Indeed. Thanks to those who played along! Especially @buffalobills. Wonder...
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McClain Remains Dallas' Middle Man

After over three weeks of free agency and a brief flirtation with New England, linebacker Rolando McClain has re-signed with the Cowboys for a one-year deal. He will receive a $3 million base salary with another $1 million in possible incentives. The move confirms what had already been discussed by Jason Garrett last week, that Sean Lee would be moving to the weakside spot. Dallas’...
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Cowboys bring back linebacker McClain on 1-year contract

IRVING, Texas (AP) The Cowboys are bringing back linebacker Rolando McClain after the former top 10 pick revived his career with a solid season in Dallas. The team said on its website Wednesday that McClain had re-signed. The one-year deal is worth $3 million. McClain had trouble staying on the field last year because of various injuries but still finished second on the team with...
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Rolando McClain re-ups with Cowboys on one-year deal

One of the key bright spots that helped turn around the Dallas Cowboys defense last season was linebacker Rolando McClain. McClain, 25, will spend the 2015 season again with the Cowboys after reaching a one-year deal worth $3 million. He can earn another $1 million though incentives. The former No. 8 overall pick of the Oakland Raiders had retired twice from the NFL before joining...
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Report: Dallas Cowboys agree to terms with linebacker Rolando McClain

The Dallas Cowboys have agreed to terms with middle linebacker Rolando McClain, one of their best defensive players from 2014. As Ed Werder reported early this morning, the one-year deal is worth a base of 3 million dollars with a chance for another 1 million dollars in play-time incentives. McClain recently visited the New England Patriots facility, but chose to accept the Cowboys...
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Reports: Rolando McClain Turns Down Patriots’ Offer, Signing With Cowboys

The New England Patriots were spurned by another free agent. Linebacker Rolando McClain, who reportedly visited the Patriots on Monday, has agreed to a one-year contract with the Dallas Cowboys, ESPN’s Ed Werder reported. McClain’s contract is worth $3 million with an additional $1 million in incentives. The Patriots also offered McClain a one-year, $4 million contract, a source...
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Cowboys re-sign Rolando McClain to one-year deal

Linebacker Rolando McClain is returning to the Dallas Cowboys, even after he visited with the New England Patriots this off-season. According to ESPN’s Ed Werder, the Cowboys have re-signed McClain to a one-year deal worth $3 million, that could earn him $1 million more in incentives. McClain is facing a four-game fine for violating the […]
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Cowboys Re-Sign ILB Rolando McClain To A One-Year, $3M Deal

ESPN’s Ed Werder reports that the Cowboys have re-signed MLB Rolando McClain to a one-year, $3 million contract. Werder adds that McClain’s contract includes weekly financial incentives just like DE Greg Hardy‘s deal. McClain recently visited with the Patriots, but ultimately left without an agreement in place. Dallas had said all along that they were ... The post Cowboys Re...
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Rolando McClain re-signs with Dallas Cowboys

Tim Heitman-USA TODAY Sports As soon as linebacker Rolando McClain visited the New England Patriots, his former team came calling. McClain has decided to stay in Dallas, re-signing with the Cowboys for a one-year deal, reportedly worth $3 million, with a chance to earn another $1 million in incentives. McClain, the No. 8 overall pick by the Raiders in 2010, was brought in...
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Sources: McClain, Cowboys agree to 1-year deal

Linebacker Rolando McClain has accepted a one-year contract to remain with the Cowboys, sources told ESPN.
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Cowboys, McClain agree to one-year, $3 million deal

The Dallas Cowboys agreed to a one-year deal worth $3 million with linebacker Rolando McClain, FOX Sports 1 NFL Insider Mike Garafolo confirmed Wednesday. The deal includes an additional $1 million in incentives. ESPN first reported the deal. McClain played in 13 games last season with the Cowboys, totaling 81 tackles, one sack and two interceptions. McClain was drafted eighth overall...
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Will the Cowboys Lose Rolando McClain to the Patriots?

Now that Cowboys Executive Vice President Stephen Jones is running theteam's money plan, Dallas isn't so quick to pull the trigger on paying its star players.No more big money deals for players like Miles Austin and Marion Barber. Just mid-level contract offers extended to cats like DeMarco Murray and Rolando McClain.It's why Murray is an Eagle now and McClain may be joining the...
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Could the Dallas Cowboys lose Rolando McClain to the Patriots?

The Dallas Cowboys have already seen a number of key contributors from the 2014 season leave through free agency. DeMarco Murray, Dwayne Harris and Bruce Carter are just a few. It sounds like they’re also going to lose linebacker Rolando McCLain… AROUND COVER32 NFL Draft: The top 10 middle linebackers on the board in 2015 Five Things: The top candidates to land Marcus Mariota...
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Report: Patriots Hosting Linebacker Rolando McClain On Free-Agent Visit

The New England Patriots aren’t finished in free agency just yet. The Patriots are hosting linebacker Rolando McClain on a free-agent visit Monday, ESPN’s Field Yates and Todd Archer reported. The 25-year-old 2010 Top 10 pick started 12 games for the Dallas Cowboys last season at middle linebacker, recording 81 tackles, two interceptions, a sack and a forced fumble. He was named...
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5 Positional Needs the Cowboys Could Address in Round One

Defensive Tackle  View image | With Henry Melton’s departure in free agency, this need became even more apparent.  The Cowboys need work on the defensive line, especially on the interior of the defensive line.  This draft would be an excellent one in terms of the ability to add talent at this position. Potential selections: Malcom Brown, Jordan Phillips...
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Cowboys Draft Picks Order for 2015 Draft

The NFL has released the draft order for 2015. As expected the Cowboys will not have any compensatory picks this year. Here is the list of the Cowboys seven picks by round: 1st round: #27 2nd round: #60 3rd round: #91 4th round: #127 5th round: #163 6th round: NONE. Pick traded for Rolando McClain 7th round: #236 and #243 The draft will be televised live on NFL Network, Thursday...
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Cowboys Trying To Re-Sign LB Rolando McClain

Cowboys executive VP Stephen Jones mentioned that they are trying to re-sign free agent LB Rolando McClain, per David Helman. This fits with what HC Jason Garrett said on Monday. Garrett added that he has spoken to McClain in recent days. “I talked to him two or three days ago,’’ Garrett said, via the Dallas Morning News. ... The post Cowboys Trying To Re-Sign LB Rolando...
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Best players still available entering the second week of NFL free agency

As we enter the second full week of free agency, here’s a look at the top unrestricted free agents still left on the open market: 1. Greg Hardy: Yes, there are obvious character concerns and he’ll likely be suspended for a couple games, but the 26-year-old did have 15 sacks during a Pro Bowl 2013 season. The Cowboys, Seahawks and Bucs have been rumored. 2. Rolando McClain:...
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Best players still available entering the second week of NFL free agency

As we enter the second full week of free agency, here’s a look at the top unrestricted free agents still left on the open market: 1. Greg Hardy: Yes, there are obvious character concerns and he’ll likely be suspended for a couple games, but the 26-year-old did have 15 sacks during a Pro Bowl 2013 season. The Cowboys, Seahawks and Bucs have been rumored. 2. Rolando McClain:...
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Best players still available entering Day 4 of NFL free agency

As we say goodnight to Thursday and prepare for the weekend, here’s a look at the top unrestricted free agents still left on the open market: 1. C.J. Spiller: Between 2011 and 2013, the man averaged 5.3 yards per carry, which was more than any other qualified back in football. Where’s the love? I guess it doesn’t help that he’s a running back in a passing league. 2. Greg...
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Examining the Dallas Cowboys futuristic outlook at linebacker

When linebacker Sean Lee suffered a season-ending ACL injury last spring, the Cowboys were in need of finding a quality player at his respective position to fill his spot, and in search for that void — the Cowboys traded their 2015 sixth round draft pick to the Baltimore Ravens in exchange for Rolando McClain and a seventh round pick. Many questioned the move to acquire a player...
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