The Dallas Cowboys have deactivated one of their top defensive tackles Jason Hatcher for Sunday night’s game against New Orleans.
The Cowboys organization has taken a lot of heat for their inability to stabilize their defensive front. But maybe, just maybe, they are on to something.
After missing some time with injuries, the Dallas Cowboys top defensive pass rusher will return this week as the team takes on the New Orleans Saints. Here is a look at the Dallas vs. New Orleans injury report.
Jerry Jones said on his radio show Tuesday on 105.3 The Fan that defensive end DeMarcus Ware was likely to return after missing the first three games of his nine-career with a thigh injury.
The Cowboys will need a consistent pass rush to disrupt the NFC’s top passing attack on Sunday in New Orleans. They’re expecting help from a familiar face.
Dallas defensive end DeMarcus Ware will miss his third straight game with a thigh injury, and Minnesota quarterback Josh Freeman is out for a second week with a concussion.
Cowboys cornerback Morris Claiborne and guard Brian Waters will miss Sunday’s game against Minnesota with injuries.
DeMarco Murray will return to the lineup following an injury as the Dallas Cowboys take on the Minnesota Vikings in Week 9. Here is a look at the Cowboys vs. Vikings injury report.
There are a number of things to point at following the Cowboys 31-30 loss to the Lions on Sunday. But the bulk of the conversation has revolved around what happened on the sideline, not the field.
The Dallas Cowboys defensive line continues to struggle with injuries while three different wide receivers are listed among the injured as well heading into the Detroit Lions game. Here is a look at the Cowboys vs. Lions injury report.
DeMarcus Ware missed the first game of his NFL career last week for the Dallas Cowboys. He will likely miss out on this week’s game as well, but that might be better if his body is breaking down right now.
George Selvie had the most sacks, and Kyle Wilber had the most snaps for the Dallas defensive line. Somehow, life in the first game without DeMarcus Ware was just fine for the Cowboys.