The Cowboys will use the franchise tag on WR Dez Bryant on Monday.
Dez Bryant’s involvement in a July 2011 police call to a Walmart parking lot in Lancaster, Texas is not news to the Cowboys, who sources tell me have known about the incident since that time.
Whether in the first or third round, I’d like to see the Cowboys add another offensive linemen. Here are some candidates in this year’s NFL Draft.
Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Dez Bryant is mentioned in a 2011 police report detailing an incident at a Lancaster, Texas Walmart.
If you’re a Cowboys fan, Morris Claiborne may have turned you off from drafting a cornerback. But Marcus Peters is a special player, and one I think the Cowboys should target at No. 27.
Speculative reports that connect Adrian Peterson directly to his home-state Dallas Cowboys are premature; sources tell 105.3 The Fan that there has been no trade request involving the Cowboys.
Rolando McClain is the the top middle linebacker in free agency and is a top-level difference-maker for the Dallas defense, too, a prioritized guy for the Cowboys.
There can be arguments about whether Dallas’ policy on not paying running backs “market value” (as it relates to DeMarco Murray) should be violated for a player of Peterson’s caliber.
The district attorney in Wichita, Kansas said that he is reviewing the evidence from the domestic violence allegations against Cowboys running back Joseph Randle.
A hearing on whether to approve a domestic protection from abuse order against Dallas Cowboys running back Joseph Randle has been postponed.
Cowboys running back Joseph Randle may find out as early as Friday whether or not he will face domestic violence charges after an incident at a hotel in Wichita, Kansas.
Dallas Cowboys Executive Vice President Stephen Jones says the club is considering using the franchise tag on receiver Dez Bryant.
It’s tough to keep up with all the action in NFL. Here’s your final power rankings of the season.
It’s tough to keep up with all the action in NFL. Here’s your power rankings heading into Week 16.
It’s tough to keep up with all the action in NFL. Here’s your power rankings heading into Week 15.