Jones said Wednesday that he has ‘no doubt’ that Bryant will be leading the way for the Cowboys in their opener Sept. 13 at home against the NFC East rival New York Giants.
He’ll now likely be limited for the start of training camp in Oxnard, a reminder of the wisdom of Dallas having built depth in its O-line.
Dez Bryant doesn’t have many cards to play in this effort to bust from the $12.832 million franchise tag he is presently locked into.
Bryant has not signed his franchise tag, and there is only a month before the deadline for the Pro Bowl receiver to work out a long-term deal with the Cowboys or play this season for $12.8 million.
This summer, there will hopefully be a kinder, gentler atmosphere, at least among fans, when the Cowboys spend two days sharing their Oxnard, California, training-camp practices with the St. Louis Rams
Sources tell 105.3 The Fan that middle linebacker Rolando McClain is at Valley Ranch this morning as the Cowboys begin their mandatory minicamp.
Two decades ago, Troy Aikman and his Cowboys teammates needed a place near Valley Ranch to grab a meal. Aikman has parlayed that into a fortune.
Dez Bryant tells 105.3 The Fan’s Mike Fisher in a one-on-one visit that his contemplation of boycotting the Cowboys’ season-opening game is “Legit. It’s not bogus.’’
The CFL team said the rookie defensive end has been given special permission to return home to Texas.
The Cowboys completed the signing of their 2015 rookie draft class by agreeing to a deal on Thursday with first-round defensive back Byron Jones.
Standout linebacker Sean Lee, who missed the entire 2014 season with a torn anterior cruciate ligament in his left knee, is inching toward full participation in Cowboys practice.
Tony Romo has no regrets about comments he has made about the NFL since the cancellation of a fantasy football-themed event where the Dallas Cowboys quarterback was to be a headliner.