The Cowboys have seven picks in the upcoming draft, including their first-rounder at No. 28. Jones said the approach of picking “the best player still applies.’’
Sources involved in the Tony Romo saga told me on Thursday that this weekend’s NFL Owners Meetings might bring the drama to an end.
We have talked a great deal about the comfort zone that Darren McFadden share with one another. That is on display as the Dallas Cowboys re-sign the free agent back-up running back to a one-year deal.
The nature of Ezekiel Elliott’s relationship with the woman sheds light on their possibly “playful” interaction.
Right tackle Doug Free informed the Dallas Cowboys plans to retire, as we reported on 105.3 The Fan almost two weeks ago.
In what qualifies as a surprise, free agent Terrance Williams is being retained via a four-year deal worth $17 million, a source said.
Dallas Cowboys guard Ronald Leary has agreed to a 4-year contract with the Denver Broncos, according to multiple reports.
Sources have stated that the Cowboys plan to release quarterback Tony Romo on Thursday, the first day of the NFL’s free agency. Romo is aware of the team’s plan.
Cowboys COO Stephen Jones tells me on Tuesday that Dallas has engineered the re-do on All-Pro linebacker Sean Lee’s contract that will create $5 million of 2017 cap room for the team.
The Dallas Cowboys are about to withstand a QB whirlwind, anchored by the satisfaction that they employ a young, Pro Bowl starter.
The suggestion that he can play with a brace on his foot and ankle to supplement the feeling in the knee and stabilize the dropfoot is a theory, not a fact.
Adrian Peterson is, for the moment, not a member of the Minnesota Vikings. But that is is a long way of connecting the dots, as many have, to Adrian Peterson as a member of the Dallas Cowboys.