There aren’t just “words’’ to suggest the Dallas Cowboys will “stand pat’’ in the No. 28 slot in the first round of Thursday’s NFL Draft. There is also “logic.’’
The Dallas Cowboys say they are “fired up” about Jaylon Smith’s chance to play in 2017. Unfortunately, that’s not “fire” reference that is required here. But how about that lifting? And how about those toes?
Astute Cowboys watchers know right around NFL Draft time, team owner Jerry Jones is unusually generous with nuggets of truth.
For Dallas Cowboys watchers, an added attraction to last week’s announcement of the NFL schedule is the tracking of assignments for Tony Romo, The former Dallas QB who is now CBS’ lead analyst.
The Dallas Cowboys have signed veteran safety Robert Blanton. Sources tell 105.3 The Fan this is a one-year deal.
Dallas Cowboys receiver Dez Bryant has, at just 28, “lived a life.” Highs and lows. Fame and failure. Wealth and poverty. Acceptance … and racism.
The Dallas Cowboys begin Phase One of voluntary offseason workouts today at The Star In Frisco, a two-week program that is limited by NFL rules to strength, conditioning and rehab.
In what might be the most ‘tankeriffic’ roster move in NBA history, the Dallas Mavericks have asked Tony Romo to suit up as a member of the Mavs roster for Tuesday’s final home game of the season.
Tony Romo is now part of the CBS family, bumping Phil Simms from the position at the head of the table. And Simms’ actual family is upset about it.
Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo is planning to leave the football field for a career in broadcasting, a consideration in his camp since November that comes to fruition now as the Cowboys are set to release him.
Some think the move would be good for the NFL. Others think the move would be especially good for the Dallas Cowboys.
Romo, the long-time Dallas Cowboys QB whose NFL career is now in limbo, will play this weekend, starting today, in the Azalea Invitational in Charleston, South Carolina.