As the Dallas Cowboys continue to monitor Tony Romo’s health following a violent blow to his back in Monday’s loss to Washington, the quarterback continues to attempt to manage the pain on his way to a rapid return to the field.
The Dallas Cowboys have placed Justin Durant on injured reserve after the linebacker suffered a torn bicep in Monday’s loss against Washington.
The Dallas loss means no enjoyment this week, the entire game a pain in the back for fans nearly on the same level as it was for Tony Romo, who needed an injection to survive it.
Dez Bryant has divorced himself from agent Eugene Parker, leading to the natural question: Why?
Each week we provide a handful of ‘FishTips’ mean to forecast how the Cowboys can come out on top. This week was no different, and the result is a 6-1 start.
The Cowboys and Giants are in the process of briefing their players about Ebola, an immediate concern in DFW — where the two NFC East foes will play on Sunday.
Joseph Randle says his arrest for shoplifting, which has resulted in national ridicule from the football world and a ‘significant’ fine from the Dallas Cowboys, is “the biggest mistake I’ve ever made in my life.
Tony Romo has the day off for rest and rehab, Rolando McClain is back home taking care of personal business, Tyron Smith is getting hardware, there’s a new player joining the team and Joseph Randle is likely feeling lucky he’s still on the team.
The Cowboys will comment on Randle’s status later today as they put their monumental 30-23 win in Seattle behind them and begin preparation for Sunday’s visit from the Giants.
Inside the walls of Valley Ranch, Doug Free’s reputation as a “tough guy” is beyond reproach. But his toughness is about to get tested.
Three Dallas running backs chewed up Seattle’s No. 1-ranked rushing D. Five offensive linemen were stellar in helping Dallas own the clock.
Rick Carlisle believes that Chandler Parsons has a slight weight problem. Parsons doesn’t necessarily agree with his coach’s assessment.