Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones will use his $17-million mansion in Highland Park to host a fundraiser for presidential candidate Chris Christie.
A host of Cowboys believe they did the right thing, defending themselves and remaining unified against alleged cheap-shots delivered in Tuesday’s combined training-camp workout by the Rams.
Follow CBSDFW.COM: Facebook | Twitter OXNARD, Calif. (105.3 The Fan) – While the Cowboys-Rams all-out brawl on will get most of the headlines from Tuesday’s combined training-camp practice — and not without some justification — the Cowboys […]
The Cowboys’ intensity level needs to be raised. But that might be a challenge in today’s second of two days’ workouts against the Rams because the Cowboys’ injury level is being raised.
The Cowboys are sending first-round rookie defensive back Byron Jones for a second medical opinion on his injured left shoulder while continuing to insist it’s a precautionary measure.
Cowboys wide receiver Dez Bryant will continue to miss practice and next Sunday’s preseason game.
The Cowboys, and Dez Bryant himself, continue to insist that he’s been sidelined since Aug. 6 with what is truly just a minor hamstring strain.
One prominent media outlet is asserting that Troy Aikman doesn’t belong in the Hall of Fame. Debates against Aikman’s brilliance are football idiocy.
It’s too early to know about deep personnel evaluation from Thursday’s 17-7 preseason-opening loss to San Diego, though a number of rookies certainly had their chances — and moments.
We reported on Monday night on 105.3 The Fan that Chris Whaley was facing another season-ending injury – this time to his ‘lower extremities’ – and today it’s official
Cowboys Hall of Fame wide receiver Michael Irvin says there is a “nervous anticipation” for Dallas’ 2015 season because of how great this team can be.
The latest injury victim: likely starter Joseph Randle, who watched the workout without full knowledge of what was ailing him.