Cowboys linebacker Sean Lee will miss his second straight game with a sprained neck, and cornerback Brandon Carr says he will play against Washington after missing two days of practice because of illness.
The AT&T Stadium locker room was a desolate place, occupied by too few words, too few explanations and the stench of a befuddling team that was stubbornly intent on throwing the ball even if it killed ‘em….and it did.
Dallas shut down one of the NFL’s best rushing attacks to beat Oakland, then let Chicago score on the first eight possessions of a 45-28 loss.
DeMarco Murray ran for three touchdowns, backup Lance Dunbar had a career-high 82 yards rushing and the Dallas Cowboys overcame Oakland’s fumble return for a score on the opening kickoff to beat the Raiders 31-24 Thursday.
It’s a little hard to figure out what the Cowboys have on defense. They’ve won games with takeaways and flashes of dominance but now carry the distinction of the only unit in NFL history to allow four 400-yard passers in one year.
Brandon Carr had a quiet moment during training camp to ponder his first year as the big-money guy in the Dallas secondary.
The parents of a North Texas teen have sued three Dallas Cowboys players and a former player, claiming the players’ negligence led to their son’s near drowning at a football camp.
Brandon Carr knows that the Cowboys need to create more turnovers, and that high-priced cornerbacks are expected to provide their share. He is expecting a big year.
Ben & Skin played in the Brandon Carr “Carr Cares” Charity Softball Game this weekend at Reverchon Park in Dallas. The guys recap the event which features some fun audio as well as Ben & Skin elaborating on their performance on the field.
This week, “The Great Raj-Mahal” teamed up with a Dallas Cowboy and they headed to the west coast. It’s Dallas Cowboys cornerback Brandon Carr with “California Love”.
Ben and Skin welcomed Brandon Carr of the Dallas Cowboys in to the studio on Friday afternoon.
Running backs aren’t the only ones upset with the new ‘crown of the helmet’ rule. Cowboys wideout Dez Bryant said, “People aren’t going to want to watch football anymore.”