2014 NFL Draft
The Dallas Cowboys signed rookie defensive end DeMarcus Lawrence to a four-year contract, meaning all of Dallas’ 2014 picks are now under contract.
Michael Sam’s magic moment has left America divided, making the masses uncomfortable for many reasons, though much of it has nothing to do with Michael Sam.
DALLAS (105.3 THE FAN) — If you aren’t a Tony Romo fan, this article is up your alley. If you are a Tony Romo fan, then you are a Cowboys fan and realistic enough to […]
It’s difficult to know if recently signed Cowboys quarterback Dustin Vaughan will ever develop into an NFL-caliber player. But he does have an incredible sense of humor.
The 249th pick in the NFL Draft has the second most popular jersey of all the players selected last weekend, but Johnny Football rules the roost as the top seller.
Meet the newest Dallas Cowboys draftees, and hear the secret audio between the players and team officials as heard on 105.3 The Fan.
Now that the 2014 NFL Draft is over, did the Dallas Cowboys improve as a team this offseason? Vote here!
In St. Louis, Michael Sam might have found the perfect spot to pursue an NFL career and try to become the league’s first openly gay player.
For all the talk about no Johnny Manziel and another offensive lineman in the first round, the draft for the Cowboys ultimately came down to defense.
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.
Now that the Cowboys have a “new Demarcus” to replace DeMarcus Ware after trading up with NFC East rival Washington to get him? Let the conversation begin.
Stephen Jones pulls back the curtain on a tense Round 1 of the 2014 NFL Draft. Did the Cowboys ever really consider drafting Johnny Football?