The Cowboys may have “flipped the switch” on Tony Romo’s contract, but that doesn’t mean anything will change.
The Cowboys began the execution of their year-long plan to get under the NFL salary cap of $134 million by “flipping the switch’’ on clauses in the contracts of Tony Romo, Sean Lee and Orlando Scandrick.
Babe Laufenberg sat down with NFL commissioner Roger Goodell in Dallas to talk about the upcoming NFL Draft, the Super Bowl, Jerry Jones and the Cowboys.
It was once home to the iconic Texas Stadium, but there are now some big plans for that prime piece of property in Irving, a spot of land where three major highways all meet.
Miles Austin’s offseason is shaping up as one of ceremony and an unceremonious move, one of marriage and one of divorce.
Cowboys WR Miles Austin got married to his college girlfriend on Saturday night in New Jersey, and several of his Cowboys bretheren served served as groomsmen.
A large contingent of Cowboys fans relish the opportunity to stand the entire game at AT&T Stadium. Now, they can do it the whole season.
It’s the 2nd official 105.3 The Fan Draft Show, featuring Bryan Broaddus, Jeff Cavanaugh, Kevin Turner, Mike Dingess, and Nate Wood talking the NFL Draft and speculating the options the Cowboys will have in the first round at pick number 16.
For whatever reason, the Cowboys are constantly immersed in this ‘controversy’ where financial acumen and talent evaluation clash.
Cowboys center Travis Frederick calls in to the show to discuss Ben’s beard, his upcoming wedding, and some of his experiences from the NFL Combine.
The American Cup is set to be the first gymnastics event in the $1.2 billion home of the Dallas Cowboys next year.
Jerry Jones historically has a difficult time making an emotional and financial break from his Dallas Cowboys stars. But sources tell me that DeMarcus Ware’s future is simple: “Pay cut or be cut.’’