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Woodson, who will be inducted at halftime of the Nov. 1 game against Seattle at AT&T Stadium, is excited to forever be associated with the Dallas Cowboys.
Dez Bryant tells me he’s scheduled to appear on the cover of the Rolling Stone in August with a feature story that will show “I’m a football guy … but it will be more on personal level.’’
Former Dallas Cowboys safety Darren Woodson, who won three Super Bowls with the team during the 90s, will become the 19th player in the Cowboys Ring Of Honor.
A DFW-based report on Tuesday declared, to paraphrase, that “Dallas is in cap trouble and cannot sign its young players.’’ The report is completely inaccurate in every single way.
Critics continue to ponder the negatives of the Dez Bryant fight and the value in covering it. But football-practice fights can be as positive as they are commonplace.
Lost in the aftermath of Dez’s entertaining sideline brawl on Monday was the fact that Charles Haley was sparking a little practice excitement too.
Cowboys fans are setting their hopes high heading into the 2015 season. 105.3 The Fan’s Cory Mageors shares what he’s looking for in camp to set the tone for a Super Bowl-type season.
Dez Bryant pledged his new contract wouldn’t change the intensity with which he plays.
The Dallas Cowboys and incumbent sack leader Jeremy Mincey are moving quickly towards a resolution of his contract dispute, Mincey traveling to Oxnard this weekend with possible plans to suit up for the team’s afternoon training camp workout.
Anderson (6-6, 228) impressed at the NBA Summer League where he started all 6 six games and averaged 17.5 points per game.
Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo says that when it comes to injuries and rest, “It’s smart to be smart about it.”