The Dallas Cowboys and linebacker Rolando McClain have agreed to a one-year contract, according to media reports.
Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo sat down with 105.3 The Fan’s Ben & Skin show for an exclusive 2-on-1 interview at Valley Ranch on Tuesday.
Free agent QB Matt Schaub was granted a face-to-face visit with Dallas, but the Cowboys have “no particular interest” in signing the veteran at this time.
Tony Romo has long been a “curse” to the team’s he’s supported, particularly when he shows up at the games — at least that’s the perception.
NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell said this week that any potential discipline for Cowboys defensive end Greg Hardy is expected to be levied in the “near future.”
Cowboys sources have explained to 105.3 The Fan why this is almost certainly not going to happen in the form of a trade. No, it’s not the legal and moral stuff; it’s a matter of football and finance.
The talented but troubled defensive end was convicted in North Carolina last July of assaulting a female and communicating harassment, but the case was dismissed after Hardy reached a settlement with the victim
Jerry Jones is speaking for the first time about his controversial decision to sign defensive end Greg Hardy last week.
Romo is leading a star-studded parade of NFL players scheduled to attend the first-ever ‘National Fantasy Football Convention’
Former Super Bowl champions and Dallas Cowboys players Troy Aikman and Daryl Johnston are speaking about the team’s controversial signing of the former Carolina Panther defensive end.
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The Cowboys won’t be pursuing a trade for Vikings superstar Adrian Peterson, citing among the reasons the team’s more disciplined approach to spending at the running back position and the running back depth in the upcoming NFL Draft.