Sean Lee is back on the practice field today, joined by fellow defensive standouts Greg Hardy and Rolando McClain, who are all targeting returns to the field on Sunday against the visiting and undefeated Patriots.
The Cowboys have healthy reinforcements coming in.
The Falcons beat the Cowboys on Sunday, 39-28, but there’s another way to look at it.
Former Dallas Cowboys defensive tackle Josh Brent is back with the organization, now working in the team’s scouting department at Valley Ranch.
In the span of a few days, Jerry Jones has elevated from ‘low as a crippled cricket’s ass’ to ‘daydreaming’ about Cowboys greatness.
Dez Bryant and I visited this morning near the Cowboys weight room, where he noted, “Things are going perfectly. My foot feels great. Feels like it’s healing great.’’
Jason Witten was almost mummified and almost mute, emerging from the Cowboys’ Valley Ranch training room for just a moment to offer some clarity on national-media speculation that his streak of 189 consecutive games played (the NFL’s longest active streak for a non-specialist) is in danger.
Cowboys star Tony Romo on Monday received what a source close to the situation declared as “good news’’:
Dez Bryant was already out, having been lost in the Week 1 win over the Giants. Now here is was Week 2, at Philly, and Tony Romo goes down, too?
Jerry Jones joined the GBAG Nation for his weekly show on Friday. During it, Jones was asked about Tony Romo and the narrative, meaning the people that say Romo isn’t elite.
Dez Bryant says he wants to return from his foot surgery in four weeks and Jerry Jones acknowledges the Dallas receiving star is like ‘Superman.’
Not even the dismal diagnosis of a broken bone in his foot put a damper on Dez Bryant’s excitement over his Dallas Cowboys’ improbable 27-26 season-opening victory over the Giants.