The NFL and NFL Players Association combined this week to announce more powerful enforcement of the NFL Game Day Concussion Protocol.
Cowboys rookie running back Ezekiel Elliott, Dallas’ first-round pick and a centerpiece of 2015 expectations, is suddenly embroiled in a domestic abuse controversy.
In every single case, NFL roster decisions “work themselves out.” That might be happening as we speak for the Cowboys and their in-flux running backs group.
Dallas Cowboys training camp is now just weeks away, and the 105.3 The Fan staff is packed and ready to move to our Oxnard, Calif., Beach House.
The Cowboys will continue to have to answer outsider questions about Rolando McClain until he leaves.
The Cowboys middle linebacker is getting a 10-game suspension for violating the NFL’s substance-abuse policy (again), and that the team has known this fate for weeks.
Oftentimes, those of us charged with the responsibility to compile “top-10 lists” or “top-100 lists” feel compelled to trick them up or gimmick them up or click-bait them up.
Bryant is coming off a sort of “wasted year” and a patient off season rehab due to a pair of foot surgeries.
The arrests — including multiple felony charges — are piling up for former Cowboys player Joseph Randle. We are up to seven arrests in 18 months due to the latest, a felony charge of criminal threat.
Cowboys COO Stephen Jones answered frankly a question about whether he’s concerned that an entire generation of Dallas fans have yet to see the team win big. “Of course,” he said. “I’m worried every day that we don’t get a championship.”
The Cowboys have $6,894,370 of cap room, enough to facilitate a training-camp or in-season signing if needed, enough to be helpful in carryover to 2017 if desired.
105.3 The Fan’s Mike Fisher and Shan Shariff take you inside Valley Ranch for a Day 2 minicamp tour.