Adrian Peterson is, for the moment, not a member of the Minnesota Vikings. But that is is a long way of connecting the dots, as many have, to Adrian Peterson as a member of the Dallas Cowboys.
And just like that, the Dallas Cowboys are no longer over the cap.
The most important angle regarding Vince Young wanting to play in the NFL again isn’t that the former University of Texas QB wants to play football again.
Virtually every single story insisting on or even suggesting knowledge of Tony Romo’s 2017 plans has been premature.
Tom Brady’s still tops. And the Cowboys still sell.
The Cowboys have reportedly worked out CFL wide receiver and kick-return ace Quincy McDuffie, who used his speed to star last season with the Winnipeg Blue Bombers.
In many ways, it’s Job 1 for the Dallas Cowboys this offseason: What’s next for Tony Romo. But just because it’s important doesn’t mean Jerry Jones has to discuss it openly.
It’s already a coast-to-coast parlor game: Where will Tony Romo play next? The facet of the game people keep forgetting to play: What if Tony Romo doesn’t play anywhere next?
Ezekiel Elliott has been selected as the NFL Rookie of the Year by the Pro Football Writers of America, which also selected his Cowboys teammate Dak Prescott as the quarterback on its All-Rookie Team.
Making sense of Romo’s contract situation heading into the off-season.
The Cowboys take on the Packers this Sunday, and there is great focus on the special tandem of Dak Prescott and Ezekiel Elliott. The rookies head into the game unproven and coming off of a long stretch of inactivity.
The Cowboys have a lot of question marks on defense heading into this Sunday’s divisional matchup against the Green Bay Packers.