Dallas Cowboys Week 14 Injury Report: Darren McFadden Nearing ReturnThe Dallas Cowboys need to win Sunday night to clinch the NFC East and possibly wrap up a first-round bye in the playoffs. Here is a look at the Dallas Cowboys injury report heading into Sunday night's football game.
Cowboys Hopeful On Tank For Giants GameThe Cowboys are down a handful of defensive starters for Sunday night’s visit to the Giants, with J.J. Wilcox (thigh) joining Morris Claiborne (groin) on the scratched list. Defensive end
Jerry On Romo Playing In Final Games: "I Don't Want To Knock The Rust Off And Risk Injury"Cowboys owner Jerry Jones doesn't anticipate playing Tony Romo in the final games of the season despite the possibility of Dallas clinching home field advantage throughout the playoffs this season.
Kyle Wilber Explains Why Being Dak's Locker Neighbor Is The WorstLinebacker Kyle Wilber is finding out that being lockermates with Dak Prescott isn't a good thing.
Cowboys Rookies Get Another Crack At GiantsEzekiel Elliott called himself average after the Giants held him to less than 3 yards per carry in his NFL debut with Dallas. The rookie running back hasn't had to describe himself that way since. The Cowboys haven't lost either.
Cowboys Can Clinch NFC East With Win Over GiantsThe Dallas Cowboys have everything in front of them, and one little nagging thing behind them: the New York Giants.
Cowboys Fan's Confidence Is Off The ChartsJordan Garnett is so sure America’s Team will win the Super Bowl, he has tattooed it on his arm.
Dallas Cowboys Team Headlines: Randy Gregory's Return In QuestionThe Dallas Cowboys could wrap up the NFC East with a win on Sunday night and have a chance to clinch a first-round bye and home field advantage as well. Here is a look at the Dallas Cowboys headlines leading into their Sunday Night Football game with the New York Giants.
Barry Switzer Makes Case To Trump For 'Secretary Of Offense' Former Dallas Cowboys head coach Barry Switzer is making his case to be the new "secretary of offense."
Cowboys Plan To Keep On Driving Even If Home Field ClinchedRookie sensations Dak Prescott and Ezekiel Elliott made the playoffs with four games to spare in Dallas.
Denzel Washington Tells D.C. Reporters, "How 'Bout Them Cowboys!" It's not surprising to learn that a Hollywood star is a Cowboys fan. There are tons of people from all over the U.S. that are fans of Jerry's team.
Longtime Dallas Cowboys LB Dave Edwards Dies At 76Former Dallas Cowboys linebacker Dave Edwards has died. He was 76.