Linebacker Anthony Hitchens came away from his MRI with only a minor groin strain.
Jones wants commissioner Roger Goodell to serve the 32 owners, and not the other way around. And two, he’s willing to engage his opposition among owners in a rather juvenile game of “But You Pushed Me First.’’
Cowboys owner Jerry Jones’ echoing of the NFL claim that Thursday night football and other short-week revenue grabs aren’t “inordinately challenging, physically, for the players” seems to me to be preposterous on its surface.
105.3 The Fan’s Mike Fisher gives the latest on who’s playing and who’s not as the Dallas Cowboys take on the Atlanta Falcons.
Dez Bryant says he’ll be on the field for Sunday’s game against the Falcons.
Elliott’s fight with his own league has obviously ruffled the feathers of his boss, Jerry Jones.
The Cowboys running backs remain hyper-aware of who is the top dog in the room, even if that dog is now in the NFL’s doghouse for the next six weeks.
Dak Prescott will be reunited this weekend with former teammate Tony Romo.
The ruling by the judge in Elliott’s case against the NFL, which is attempting to punish him for a domestic violence case that Cowboys owner Jerry Jones argued on Sunday was something short of “a fair shot,” can be appealed by Elliott’s side.
Dez Bryant says he wasn’t complaining about targets when a Fox Sports camera caught him putting up two fingers on the sideline.
From the very start, there was sincere worry from inside The Star regarding the long-term problem that Dan Bailey’s groin injury might represent for the Dallas Cowboys.
A source close to suspended Dallas Cowboys defensive end Randy Gregory says he’s “successfully working at turning his life around,” but that work does not come with any guarantees of an NFL future.