Report: A 7th Failed Drug Test For Cowboys DE Randy GregoryMaybe someday, the NFL will view its rules against marijuana use as unwieldy or outdated. But they are on the books for now, as is a reported seventh failed drug test for Cowboys defensive end Randy Gregory.
Cowboys Target Pass Defense With Corners Awuzie & LewisThe Cowboys selected Jourdan Lewis and Chide Awuzie in the NFL Draft on Friday.
Taco Charlton Already Getting Taco Endorsement CallsTaco Charlton is already getting calls to endorse some tacos.
Dallas Cowboys Select DE Taco Charlton With 28th PickThe Dallas Cowboys have bulked up their defensive unit by selecting Michigan defensive end Taco Charlton with the 28th pick in the first round of the NFL Draft.
Bill Jones Makes Cowboys Draft PicksBill Jones reveals his Dallas Cowboys mock draft.
Dak Shows His Support For NFL Draft Prospects If you're a draft prospect and you're concerned about when you'll be selected, take Dak Prescott's advice.
Why Cowboys Won't Likely Push 'The Move-Up Button' In NFL DraftThere aren’t just “words’’ to suggest the Dallas Cowboys will “stand pat’’ in the No. 28 slot in the first round of Thursday’s NFL Draft. There is also “logic.’’
Cowboys Jaylon Smith: The 'Lift' They Need?The Dallas Cowboys say they are "fired up" about Jaylon Smith's chance to play in 2017. Unfortunately, that's not "fire" reference that is required here. But how about that lifting? And how about those toes?
Cowboys Honor Ware, Ponder Need With Post-Romo Future SecureJerry Jones honored DeMarcus Ware with a ceremonial signing Monday that allowed the franchise sacks leader to retire as a Dallas Cowboy on the same day the team owner discussed how the draft might help find the next dominant pass rusher.
Helpful Jerry Reveals Cowboys Draft WishesAstute Cowboys watchers know right around NFL Draft time, team owner Jerry Jones is unusually generous with nuggets of truth.
DeMarcus Ware Retires As A Cowboy After Signing One-Day ContractDeMarcus Ware has retired as a member of the Dallas Cowboy
Nerve In Jaylon Smith's Knee Regenerating; LB Can Lift His Toes & FootA report says a nerve in Jaylon Smith's knee is starting to regenerate and the linebacker can now lift his toes and foot.

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