Did the Titans commit “highway robbery’’ in their trade of the No. 1 overall pick to the Rams? Not according to the most objective measure, the Trade Value Chart.
On a night when Kobe Bryant dominated the headlines — not to mention dominating the ball on the way to 60 points on 50 shots in his final NBA game — Mavs owner Mark Cuban grabbed a sentence or two, too.
Here is the complete list of prospects that have confirmed their attendance for the NFL draft in person, along with the handful of college coaches who are also planning to attend the April 28 weekend event in Chicago:
We’ve assembled 28 of the names on the Cowboys pre-NFL draft 30-Visits List. Which names would you like to see on the back of a Cowboys jersey in 2016?
The NFL released the preseason schedule on Thursday, and the Cowboys are an important part in the list of matchups. But there is a bigger picture, too. Check out all of the games coming this August.
Except for guessing that Greg Hardy memorized a go-to line (and maybe Adam Schefter did, too), folks who’ve paid close attention to the Hardy saga found little to learn from the much-ballyhooed ESPN “exclusive’’ interview.
A handful of Cowboys staffers were on the Ohio State campus on Wednesday for yet another close look at prospects like defensive end Joey Bosa and running back Ezekiel Elliott, both of whom may be worthy of the No. 4 overall pick.
Traditionally, the NFL’s Rookie Symposium has been a one-time, league-wide session limited to draft picks.
NFL commissioner Roger Goodell announced Tuesday that, in 2016, the league’s Thursday night games will be live streamed on Twitter. Fittingly, the announcement was made via Twitter.
There are multiple ways to skin the NFL cat, as the Dallas Cowboys are proving with one aspect of their 30 Pre-Draft Visits this week at Valley Ranch.
We’ve preached in this space for months that the Cowboys’ position regarding the No. 4 pick in the upcoming NFL Draft is and should be ‘B.A.A. With A QB Lean.”
The Dallas Cowboys will open their formal offseason program on April 18 (as will all NFL teams with returning coaches) and will launch organized team activities (OTAs) in late May