With the Super Bowl champion Seattle Seahawks coming up next on their schedule, the Dallas Cowboys learned that they may be without two of their starting linebackers in Rolando McClain and Bruce Carter.
The “quarterbacks” of both the Dallas Cowboys offense and defense are sitting out Wednesday’s practice at Valley Ranch as the team prepares for its Sunday showdown at Seattle.
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Tony Romo has seen a lot of heartache and near-misses in his time with the Dallas Cowboys, and perhaps this could be the year that the Cowboys fulfill their promise and earn a spot as a deserving postseason team
Dez Bryant had an opportunity on Sunday to deliver a preemptive smack-talking swipe at Seahawks corner Richard Sherman. He declined.
The Dallas Cowboys could be without two starting linebackers as the team travels to Seattle to take on the league’s most prolific rushing attack this weekend.
The Cowboys’ offensive wheel keeps rolling along, with the hub of that wheel DeMarco Murray and his record-threatening rushing pace. But the individual spokes of the wheel are spinning along nicely, too.
Cowboys owner Jerry Jones is no longer denying that opposing fans are filling up AT&T Stadium. Instead, he’s on to explaining why.
The Dallas Cowboys bring their 4-1 record into Seattle to battle the Super Bowl champions in front of the legendary 12th Man.
Cowboys fans have a vision: 2014 middle linebacker Rolando McClain, playing like a Pro Bowler as he is, paired with his predecessor, the injured-for-this-season middle linebacker Sean Lee, playing like the Pro Bowler he is projected to be
It’s obvious the impact that linebacker Rolando McClain is having on the Cowboys defense this season. But it’s intriguing to think what his future might hold alongside Sean Lee.
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