NFL Notes: Cowboys, Saints, Seahawks, & Steelers

Cowboys Todd Archer doesn’t expect the Cowboys to work out a long-term deal with WR Dez Bryant before March. Archer admits that franchising RB DeMarco Murray is “doable, but not the wisest allocation” of the team’s available funds. The transition tag would probably make more sense for Murray, according to Archer. Archer can see the Cowboys making a effort to retain free...
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Female Friday: This gorgeous blonde Dallas Cowboys fan has Dez Bryant’s back

#Cowboys pic.twitter.com/lZwrbuTCzE — Sexy NFL Fans (@SexyNFLFan) January 29, 2015 You may also be interested in: Female Friday: This gorgeous blonde Dallas Cowboys fan has Dez Bryant’s back DeMarco Murray says money is irrelevant, he only wants to win a Super Bowl The Dallas Cowboys Should Think Long and Hard About Bringing Back Doug Free
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Super Bowl 49: DeMarco Murray On His Future With Cowboys and Fantasy Football

Dallas Cowboys Running Back, DeMarco Murray, was one of 2014's most dominant players in Fantasy Football. So what does the star rusher think about Fantasy, Marshawn Lynch, and his future in Dallas? He tells us in this interview.
Via Football Nation
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Outstanding: There's video of Gov. Chris Christie falling off his chair at Sportsradio 94WIP ... and they didn't lose the tape

Dallas Cowboys fan...Chris Christie won’t be appearing on the WIP Morning Show anymore. Why? Because after the Governor fell off his chair during an appearance...they didn't lose the tapes. (And they mocked his fandom at Wing Bowl to boot.)Oh my. The great Crossing Broad turned it into an animated Gif. That is the gift that keeps on giving. So here it is looped with audio.Follow...
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What if Drew Bledsoe didn't get injured in 2001?

My football life was ruined forever on Sept. 23, 2001. Drew Bledsoe dropped back to pass. Drew Bledsoe scrambled out of the pocket. Drew Bledsoe attempted to gain a few yards on the ground. Drew Bledsoe got slammed to the ground by Mo Lewis. Drew Bledsoe had internal bleeding and would miss several weeks. Tom Brady entered the game for New England. Tom Brady still hasn’t left...
Via The Sports Post
20 hours ago  |  Discuss

DeMarco Murray: Not as replaceable as the team thinks

The consensus around the league and its fans is that Dallas Cowboys running back DeMarco Murray will be suiting up for another team in 2015. The Cowboys thinking is that they can easily find another (cheaper) back to insert into the lineup and achieve similar results - In other words, the team's offensive line and offense as a whole are a big part of Murray's success. TE Jason...
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DeMarco Murray: I don't pay attention to being replaced

Dallas Cowboys running back DeMarco Murray is slated to become a free agent in March. And while he’s coming off a season that saw him put up a league-high 1,845 yards and 13 touchdowns, a return to the Cowboys is far from a certainty. With the Cowboys honing in on signing Dez Bryant to a long-term extension and very little money under the salary cap, there’s a strong possibility...
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Should the Cowboys keep Rolando McClain?

Ok, in short, the obvious answer is yes. The Cowboys should absolutely keep linebacker Rolando McClain based off of his production in 2014. He totaled 81 tackles, one sack and two interceptions, while missing three games with various injuries. Why wouldn't they want to keep him? Probably because it's not solely based on what the Cowboys want. McClain has a decision to make as well...
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Dallas Cowboys Could Get a Hometown Discount With DeMarco Murray

The general perception is that the Dallas Cowboys are not going to be able to sign Dez Bryant and Demarco Murray. Both are going to command a pretty nice salary and it is unlikely the team will be able to fit both under the salary cap. That is, not without a little help.The team will be getting some help from Tony Romo who has made it clear he wants both guys back and will end up...
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DeMarco Murray says money is irrelevant, he only wants to win a Super Bowl

If the Dallas Cowboys want to keep both Dez Bryant and Demarco Murray around going forward, it’s going to cost them a whole lot of cheddar. (Even by Cowboys standards.) What’s the latest on the most difficult financial decision any team will face in the NFL this offseason? Well, if you ask Murray, he says that money really isn’t even relevant: he’s all about winning a Super...
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DeMarco Murray not ready to talk abut contract

Getty Images While the NFL season is not technically not over the Dallas Cowboys have not played in weeks. Despite becoming a free agent in a few days, DeMarco Murray is not quite ready to talk about his future. “I don’t know, I don’t know yet – it’s too early,” he said. “I’m just hanging out, relaxing with my family and enjoying life.” Murray is coming off a...
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DeMarco Murray Says Super Bowl, Not Money is His Motivation

DeMarco Murray had one of the greatest season ever for any Dallas Cowboys running back. The 26-year-old running back led the NFL with 392 carries and 1845 yards. He also had a very respectable 13 touchdown but his future in Dallas is in question. According to @jonMachota, DeMarco stopped by @dpshow and @1053thefan and shared some of this thoughts about his future in the NFL. When...
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Cowboys' DeMarco Murray: 'Too early' to worry about contract

The speculation about DeMarco Murray's future has reached a fever pitch, and the season isn't even technically over. The Super Bowl, and with it the true start of the NFL offseason, is still days away, but that hasn't stopped anyone from trying to determine whether the league's leading rusher will be a member of the Cowboys in 2015. In a radio interview with 105.3 The Fan on Thursday...
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Irvin: Cowboys will have a real problem with WR Beckham for many years to come

Former Dallas Cowboys great Michael Irvin, as we all know, is a huge Dez Bryant fan, but he's sounding pretty impressed with another NFC receiver that he feels will be a thorn in the Cowboys' collective side for 105 and beyond - New York Giants WR Odell Beckham Jr. As a coach at last Sunday's Pro Bowl, Irvin saw first-hand how much a threat Beckham can be. "I was on the...
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Dez or Demarco for the Dallas Cowboys?

Fans of the Dallas Cowboys were treated to something they had not seen in a number of years—a winning team that had a well-balanced offense. via TwitterRead more »
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The Dallas Cowboys Should Think Long and Hard About Bringing Back Doug Free

Really, since mid-way through the 2013 season when DeMarco Murray erupted, on his way to his first career Pro Bowl, this Dallas Cowboys offensive line has been an unquestioned strength of this team. And having himself a huge bounce back year that season was starting right tackle Doug Free. Free had just come off two very disappointing campaigns in 2011 and 2012, after strong seasons...
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Film Room: Why the Dallas Cowboys need to re-sign linebacker Rolando McClain

Unfortunately, I have a scout’s frame of mind when I study NFL and college players. I don’t always judge players on how they perform, but how they *could* play or how they have played in the past. Scouts are trained to judge players by the phrase, “If you see it (whether it be a great skill or game) once, you will see it again.” And this line of thinking can be both a blessing...
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DeMarco Murray is the most overrated back in the NFL

I said it, and I meant it. Talk about his Hall of Fame caliber season. Talk about how he should top MVP ballots. Talk about how the Cowboys need to do whatever they can in their power to keep a star on the side of Murray’s helmet. Talk about how he deserves a record contract. [&hellip (Visited 5 times, 5 visits today) The post DeMarco Murray is the most overrated back in...
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"There are eight stars on the NFL's logo. They stand for the long-term mental and physical trauma of its own people, the eagerness to lie about that trauma, the stubborn refusal to offer the assistance they deserve, the unmistakable contempt of women, the

The only thing good about the Super Bowl:Breaking Madden.
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The team that Jerry built

Caption (credit: www.crazygallery.info) Jerry Jones has brought respectability back to the Dallas Cowboys and their fan base. Brick by brick, Jones quietly re-laid the foundation stones that a championship team can be built upon. After having relatively quick success in the league, under the direction of Jimmy Johnson, Jerry Jones’ Cowboys, as a team, found themselves without...
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Earl Thomas Believes Dez Bryant’s Catch Was Good

Leave it to the media to sneak in the question about Dallas Cowboys’ wide receiver Dez Bryant’s overturned catch during the Cowboys’ loss to the Green Bay Packers in the divisional playoffs. While it wasn’t the prime subject of Tuesday’s Super Bowl Media Day, a reporter did ask Seattle Seahawks safety Earl Thomas whether it was a catch. The All-Pro safety responded by indicating...
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NFL VP of Officiating Not Going Anywhere Near Cowboys ‘Party Bus’

We can put one scandal from the 2014 season to rest. NFL Vice President of Officiating Dean Blandino was spotted by TMZ departing a Dallas Cowboys “party bus” last summer. This set in motion a ton of criticism from around the league, most notably from rival NFL executives.  Courtesy of TMZ. Now months removed from that scandal and following a drama-filled season as the league’s...
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What to Expect Next Season from the Dallas Cowboys

Sean Lee makes a defensive call on the field at AT&T Stadium. From 2011-2013, the Dallas Cowboys could not get off their 8-8 hamster wheel. This year, they turned a new page winning 12 regular season games (13-5 overall), won a playoff game for the first time since 2009 (second in 17 years) and nearly made it to the NFC Championship. So I pose a question to Cowboy fans, what...
Via The Sports Journal
3 days ago  |  Discuss

Watch: Tony Romo and Rex Ryan Star in Pizza Hut Super Bowl Commercial

No one really would think the combination of Buffalo Bills’ coach Rex Ryan and Dallas Cowboys’ quarterback Tony Romo would be seen together on Super Bowl Sunday. Well they will be in this Pizza Hut sponsored Super Bowl commercial that features an introduction to their new flavored crusts. As Ryan throws penalty flags at “incomplete” crusts, Pizza Hut showcases the delicious...
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Jason Witten: We have to do it again

The Dallas Cowboys were one of the most surprising teams from the 2014-15 NFL season, but they were knocked out of the NFL Playoffs in the divisional round by the Green Bay Packers. Despite not getting past the Packers, the Cowboys had a very successful season, and they reignited the excitement in their fans. Jason Witten is excited about the step that they took this season, but...
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3 days ago  |  Discuss
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