Dez Bryant does not have a Cowboys contract, and this week’s OTAs are voluntary. Nevertheless, the star receiver said on Wednesday night, “I’m going to Valley Ranch.”
Running back DeMarco Murray had a record-setting season last year, but could his performance have been even better? Joseph Randle believes so.
Dallas Cowboys DE Greg Hardy will miss OTAs on Thursday as he attends an appeal hearing with the goal of reducing his 10-game suspension.
The Cowboys’ street-free-agent workout late last week was ballyhooed due to the presence of ‘name’ running backs. But for now, the temporary keeper out of the bunch is wide receiver A.J. Jenkins.
The Dallas Cowboys front office has done its part. Finally, it’s about whistles and jerseys and work on the practice field as Dallas launches into this week’s three-day OTA at Valley Ranch starting today.
Orlando Scandrick is finalizing a re-worked contract that features $9.5 million more along with a tacked-on additional year to his deal.
The Dallas Cowboys are giving running back Ben Tate a Thursday afternoon workout, sources tell me, noting that this is a ‘kick-the-tires’ tryout.
On Tuesday the league instituted a rule change that moves extra points back to the 15-yard line. Cowboys head coach Jason Garrett isn’t concerned with the move.
Cowboys QB Tony Romo became active on Twitter this week, with an eye on promotional opportunities, the chance to have some fun, and apparently no concern for the haters.
Cowboys owner Jerry Jones has publicly expressed optimism about a negotiation that could increase Scandrick’s 2015 salary of $1.5 million.
Witten, the 10-time Pro Bowler and future Hall-of-Famer, uses his high profile to raise awareness for efforts to end domestic violence. But he’s got another job, too: To help his Cowboys win football games.
Even as Brandon Carr faces a severe slice of his existing contract – or worse, a complete severing of his ties to the club – he is so optimistic that even though discussions about his money he’s representing the Cowboys in positive ways.