Cowboys Training Camp
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 will sit out a competitive practice for the first time at training camp as the Dallas quarterback continues to ease his way into playing shape coming off back surgery.
The Cowboys now practice to a playlist of various hip-hop and rock songs. Here’s their playlist…
Claiborne isn’t even guaranteed a starting spot despite his lofty draft status, with Orlando Scandrick and Brandon Carr also in that mix.
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.
It is now a sad annual tradition at Cowboys training camp: Matt Johnson was unable to make it through Sunday’s practice due to a hamstring injury.
There’s a reason Cowboys owner Jerry Jones carries a rather archaic flip-phone around.
Mo Claiborne appears to be brimming with confidence — and talent — on this first day of offense vs. defense.
Outside the practice facility, where the fun is happening, is a city that seems to be bigger and better each year. More booths, more food, bigger selection at the gift shop. The works.
The Stephen A. Smith-Michelle Beadle story caused a Friday night bar argument that STILL has Mike Fisher shaken.
Cowboys QB Tony Romo on Saturday took part in his first contact practice since undergoing back surgery seven months ago.
I asked Stephen Jones a simple question about the health of quarterback Tony Romo. He provided a complex answer.