Dallas defensive end Anthony Spencer’s recovery from microfracture surgery on his left knee is coming along well enough for him to start the season on the active roster.
Dez Bryant couldn’t stop smiling at the luxury watches that are more expensive than some cars, far removed from his days as a troubled rookie facing a lawsuit over unpaid jewelry bills.
The Dallas Cowboys reached the 75-man roster limit on Tuesday by making cuts.
Jerry’s interviews are a must-listen for Cowboys fans, certainly. But it’s an important tune-in for NFL followers and national NFL media, too. And for that matter, maybe for fans of radio entertainment in general.
When Jerry Jones bought the Cowboys in 1989, he had visions of square dancing and traditional country music in his mind. The legendary Tex Schramm quickly straightened him out.
Owner Jerry Jones believes that defensive end Anthony Spencer, who will not be placed on PUP, could be ready by week 2.
Romo missed practice again Monday, though it was hard to tell whether it was rest for his surgically repaired back or the first of a few days off assuming the Dallas quarterback is finished for the preseason.
The Cowboys are 13 days away from their regular-season opener against the 49ers, and Romo taking rest days as part of his ramp-up following December back surgery is now expected.
The Dallas Cowboys have released defensive end Martez Wilson and rookie fullback J.C. Copeland as the team works to trim its roster to the league-mandated 75 players by Tuesday.
Undrafted rookie cornerback Tyler Patmon had two interceptions and forced a fumble in the Cowboys’ 25-20 loss to Miami.
Tony Romo – and all Cowboys hope for that matter – survived a full half of NFL action Saturday night in the Cowboys preseason dress rehearsal against the Dolphins.
When Romo and the Dallas Cowboys visit Tannehill and the Miami Dolphins on Saturday night, plenty of eyes will predictably be on the quarterbacks.