The national media seems more in search of an attention-getting story than the Cowboys are in search of a veteran middle linebacker to replace out-for-the-season starter Sean Lee.
The Dallas Cowboys braced themselves for “a fear-the-worst deal’ regarding middle linebacker Sean Lee’s left knee injury.
On the first day of OTAs, Cowboys linebacker Sean Lee suffered an apparent injury and was helped of the field by team trainers.
Pigskin purists like to claim there are two favorite sports in Texas: 1) Football. And 2) Spring football. On Tuesday at Valley Ranch, “favorite sport No. 2″ launches with full-team OTAs for the Dallas Cowboys.
In America, these are not conversational comfort zones. So in a sense, Mark Cuban’s honesty about what we should all easily agree is an ingrained prejudice that is an unfortunate part of the human condition required a certain sort of ballsiness.
Tony Romo demonstrated good humor and confidence in a Wednesday visit with “Ben & Skin’’ on 105.3 The Fan. On the show the Dallas Cowboys quarterback joked about “The Romo Curse’’ meme and vowed he’ll be completely healthy within the next month.
Cowboys defensive end Anthony Spencer cheerily says if he didn’t believe he could recover from last year’s career-threatening microfracture knee surgery, “I wouldn’t be here.”
The Cowboys’ on-field focus this weekend is rookie minicamp. But the personnel department’s off-field work is producing the signing of a pair of street free agents with NFL credentials.
Top draft pick Zack Martin naturally started with the first-team offensive line as the Cowboys rookie minicamp opened on Friday. The same should hold when real football starts.
Miles Austin remains a relative Cowboys success story as an undrafted free agent who became a Pro Bowler. But hamstring injuries limited him in Dallas and his post-June 1 designation as a cut has freed him to sign with Cleveland.
Romo is working his way through rehab from season-ending discectomy surgery. He is participating in a very limited basis in work right now at Valley Ranch and will continue to be limited in upcoming minicamps.
Before the Cowboys made official their decisio to knowingly overpay for a trade-up to get Boise State defensive end Demarcus Lawrence with the 34th overall selection in the NFL Draft, Dallas personnel boss Will McClay expressed his support of the move.