Dez Bryant’s desire to be a ‘Cowboy for life’ has not faded. But on Wednesday he made it clear that through the frustration of waiting on a contract extension, he’d like to make certain that commitment is reciprocated.
According to the NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport, the Cowboys are hesitant to offer big money to Dez Bryant because they are nervous about his off-the-field behavior.
Flight attendants at American Airlines rejected a five-year contract Sunday, forcing the world’s largest carrier and its union for cabin-crew workers into binding arbitration.
Customer-service agents at Fort Worth-based American Airlines voted overwhelmingly for union representation, reversing a narrow defeat for organized labor less than two years ago.
Jerry Jones’ Cowboys generally don’t lose players they want to keep over money. But Stephen Jones has long pushed his father toward fiscal responsibility.
Teams and players could negotiate and agree to deals since July 1, but contracts couldn’t be signed or trades made until Thursday, after the moratorium period ended and next season’s salary cap was set.
The Spurs made the announcement on Tuesday. The team did not announce the terms of the deal in a two-sentence news release.
The Dallas Mavericks are working on sealing a deal with Devin Harris, with the likelihood being that he gets the sort of deal (three years and $9 million) that was on the table for him in Dallas before the toe injury was revealed.
Free agency opens Tuesday, and it’s no longer just a means for players to make their situations better. That might be Anthony’s goal, but for players such as LeBron James and Dirk Nowitzki, improving their teams might be the biggest benefit.
The Cowboys need to sign Dez Bryant immediately. Today. Do it now. Pay him just as much as the highest paid WR in football.
Trustees with the Fort Worth Independent School District are talking about Superintendent Walter Dansby’s future. They called a special meeting to discuss his contract, but a lot of what they are saying will happen behind close doors.
Inevitably, the Dallas Cowboys will both exercise the fifth-year option for left tackle Tyron Smith and give him a long-term deal designed to make the budding star a Cowboy for life.