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- Judge Again Rejects Deal In NFL Concussion Cases A federal judge in Philadelphia has again declined to approve deals for some of the retired players suing the NFL over concussions.
- More Dallas Cowboys Pre-Draft Visits At Valley Ranch Here are a couple of quick updates on the fine football playing gentlemen who have and/or will be checking in with the Dallas Cowboys for a pre-draft visit as we get geared up for the NFL Draft.
- Cowboys' Pre-Draft Visits Include One Surprise Name The Cowboys can bring 30 of the top prospects to Valley Ranch this week. Here's a list of guys that we hear will be stopping by.
- Pick-A-Side: Best DFW Athletes Under 25 Jordan Spieth's performance at The Masters inspired us... Help us pick the greatest DFW-area athlete under the age of 25.
- Peterson Says College Athletes Should Be Paid Former NFL MVP Adrian Peterson advocated for college athletes on Wednesday, saying that they deserve to be paid for the millions of dollars they bring to school coffers.
- Cowboys Release Preseason Schedule The Dallas Cowboys preseason schedule has been announced and features a favorable lack of travel zig-zagging but demands plenty of sunscreen.
- Why I'm Filling Jerry's Cowboys Suite With...Kittens! Jerry Jones owns a suite at AT&T Stadium, so he was both the 'host' of Monday night’s NCAA championship game and the host of a party in his suite.
- What Do You REALLY Want To Hear? On the night of the NCAA championship in Arlington, two former athletes became villains in the towns in which they competed. All they did was speak their minds -- and possibly, the truth.
- Former Cowboy Spears Questions Presence Of Romo, Witten At Final Four Tony Romo and Jason Witten attended Monday night's National Championship game at AT&T Stadium. But former Cowboys DL Marcus Spears is asking the question: Was anyone else invited?
- Cavanaugh's NFL Draft Big Board: Version 1.0 There are certainly a lot of prospects that I disagree on with many of the NFL Draft experts. And to that I say: I don't care.