Cowboys owner Jerry Jones labels Romo’s limited work following back surgery — and his union with new playcaller Scott Linehan — the most exciting part of the team’s three weeks in California.
Tony Romo confirmed the word from Cowboys owner Jerry Jones that the quarterback will make his debut on Saturday at AT&T Stadium against the visiting Ravens.
A day after Scandrick’s four-game suspension was announced, Dallas traded DT Ben Bass to the New England Patriots for CB Justin Green.
Jerry Jones spoke to the media-at-large for the first time Sunday evening regarding two after-hours stories that have the Dallas Cowboys involved in two titillating tales.
Brandon Carr has returned to his “safe haven.”
Dallas is adding free agent cornerback Korey Lindsey and safety Johnny Thomas just in time for Thursday’s preseason opener at San Diego.
The Cowboys, thin at defensive line after a first week full of training camp injuries, are adding street free agent Kenneth Boatright and likely Adewale Ojomo, too.
The Dallas Mavericks have a full slate of preseason games, all aligned for the purpose of preparing the team for the 2014-15 regular season.
The signing bonus is reportedly as relatively small as $10 million, likely a cap-friendly consideration as Dallas works to secure a new deal for fellow young standout Dez Bryant.
Lawrence, the Boise State product who’d set a lofty personal goal of 10 sacks this season, sustained the injury in a one-on-one drill against Pro Bowl left tackle Tyron Smith in individual drills.
The Dallas Cowboys keep making positive proclamations about the back-related health of Tony Romo even as the quarterback sat out a second afternoon workout in five practice days in Oxnard training camp.
Tony Romo engaged in the Tuesday morning walkthrough, visited with me about beer sponsorships and goofy signal calls and involved himself in a decision to sit out this afternoon’s Cowboys practice.