The Dallas Cowboys have signed three players off the workout roster from their rookie minicamp and released three other players.
Rookie running back Joseph Randle smiles when he talks about moving from being an Oklahoma State Cowboy to being a Dallas Cowboy. But true Cowboys happiness will have to wait until his thumb heals.
Dallas Cowboys center Travis Frederick, the team’s first-round pick making his debut in Friday’s rookie mini-camp at Valley Ranch, impressed with his size, intellect and “nastiness.’’
These are the players who deserve a pat on the back. Not because they’re good but because they’re good and remain, in some ways, vastly underappreciated.
We wanted to have a sensible debate about the overrated NFL players, and we think this is it. Go ahead and pummel this list or like it. Just don’t call it overrated.
105.3 The Fan is getting word that the Cowboys signed safety Gerald Sensabaugh to a one-day contract today, allowing him to retire as a Dallas Cowboy.
Carrie Underwood will take over the theme song for “Sunday Night Football,” with NBC sticking to the formula of a female country music star for its intro.
Tyson Clabo, Dallas’ top-ranked free agent tackle and an upgrade over incumbent Doug Free, is signing with Miami, according to his agent. That transaction removes some of the leverage the Cowboys may have had over Free, who as of a few days ago “anticipates not being with the Cowboys.’’
Jerry Jones says Tony Romo has committed to spending “Peyton Manning-type time” trying to turn the Dallas Cowboys into Super Bowl contenders again.
“Jason Witten is arguably the best tight end in the National Football League,’’ Garrett said, time and time again … as if to suggest that the drafting of Escobar has nothing to do with eventually replacing Witten.
While many have criticized what the Cowboys did in the 2013 NFL Draft, one source within the organization thinks this draft was one of the team’s best in years.
It’s been a rough offseason for the Washington Redskins, and not just because of the knee injury to star quarterback Robert Griffin III.
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