Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban has been cast to play the U.S. President on “Sharknado 3″, the sci-fi thriller set to debut in July on SyFy.
The two sides spoke again on Friday about the “placeholder” that is the tag, which will pay Bryant a guaranteed $12.8 million for the season if not lifted.
Dez Bryant’s involvement in a July 2011 police call to a Walmart parking lot in Lancaster, Texas is not news to the Cowboys, who sources tell me have known about the incident since that time.
Speculative reports that connect Adrian Peterson directly to his home-state Dallas Cowboys are premature; sources tell 105.3 The Fan that there has been no trade request involving the Cowboys.
Rolando McClain is the the top middle linebacker in free agency and is a top-level difference-maker for the Dallas defense, too, a prioritized guy for the Cowboys.
There can be arguments about whether Dallas’ policy on not paying running backs “market value” (as it relates to DeMarco Murray) should be violated for a player of Peterson’s caliber.
The Dallas Cowboys are continuing to shuffle their coaching staff’s “second level” with what sources tell 105.3 The Fan will be the addition of two assistants under offensive line coach Frank Pollack.
Inside of Valley Ranch, word is getting around that veteran coach Monte Kiffin won’t be renewed by the Cowboys — and that’s not a shock.
Joseph Randle tweeted this week that he’s ‘Learning the value of a good lawyer each day.’
Jason Witten will receive the honor of playing in his 10th NFL Pro Bowl. Dez Bryant has received the honor, but will decline to play in this weekend’s all-star game due to a groin injury.
The Cowboys aren’t in “cap hell” as some might have you believe. They can free up a lot of money if they so please. Mike Fisher walks us through the details.
The front office closed its three-day window of exclusive negotiating rights with coaches late Wednesday by agreeing with offensive boss Scott Linehan on an extension.