Dallas Cowboys standout defensive lineman David Irving may be shut down for the remainder of the regular season, multiple sources tell 105.3 The Fan, the result of a lingering concussion sustained at the end of the Nov. 30 victory over the Redskins.
Ezekiel Elliott practiced on Wednesday for the first time since doing his time under the terms of the NFL’s six-game suspension.
The Dallas Cowboys earned four Pro Bowl berths today, including three familiar faces from the offensive side of the ball.
Cowboys owner Jerry Jones added another level of hope on Tuesday, telling 105.3 The Fan that Dallas feels “rewarded” by the Monday MRI results.
Carson Wentz tore his left ACL on a play that the Philadelphia Eagles wish they could undo, as the season-ending injury might very well change the entire chase for the Super Bowl. The Dallas Cowboys are paying attention.
“We ain’t getting no holding calls,” said Tank in a rant that lasted a full minute. “The refs out there for nothing…
As expected, the New York Giants are firing everybody who is in charge of their dismal season.
Meaningful games in December. That’s one of the first goals that an NFL team can set and achieve, and the Dallas Cowboys do have that going for them.
To the uninitiated, there was every reason to believe that Dez Bryant was sulking and skulking in the Cowboys locker room Thursday night. But why? “The little boy,” Bryant said.
The Dallas Cowboys have an “identity crisis’’ of sorts, and it’s self-created.
At 5-6 and fast fading as a playoff contender, maybe the Dallas Cowboys can’t afford to “stay the course.’’ Maybe “change’’ will light a fire under a group of players — and coaches — who have, in the view of many, under-performed.
The shuffle off of Darren McFadden represents a timely fit for the Dallas Cowboys, who need a defensive-line run-stopper more than they need an unused running back.