Jason Hatcher isn’t sure if he should be called a vocal leader for the Dallas Cowboys. The defensive tackle’s words and actions say he should.
DeMarcus Ware finished the Dallas Cowboys’ third game of the NFL season with two sacks, giving him 115 for his career. That allowed him to surpass Harvey Martin for the most in team history.
For a club plagued by an “undercurrent of frustration’’ featuring the alleged “calling out’’ of Tony Romo by fellow team leader Jason Hatcher, the Cowboys certainly looked like a unified bunch in Sunday’s 31-7 home win over St. Louis.
DeMarco Murray rushed for 175 yards and a touchdown, Tony Romo threw for three scores and the Dallas Cowboys beat the St. Louis Rams 31-7 Sunday.
DeMarcus Ware recorded two sacks on Sunday against the St. Louis Rams to become the Dallas Cowboys’ career sacks leader.
There’s little question the star pass rusher for the Cowboys had a presence in a 36-31 victory over the New York Giants. And the Kansas City Chiefs will always know where Ware is when they come to the line of scrimmage Sunday.
The Cowboys are 1-0, but they beat the Giants without statistically impressive days from the guys who are arguably the team’s biggest stars on offense and defense.
The Dallas Cowboys have selected their team captains for the 2013 season, team sources tell me, and there is a mostly-familiar ring to the collection of leaders.
Ware won’t have to worry about getting his fix in the new Dallas defense. The Cowboys are scrapping the 3-4 they’ve used since the year they drafted Ware and turned him into a pass-rushing outside linebacker.
It was an all-out ‘pie-tastic’ moment as Cowboys Tackle Jason Hatcher takes on Ben & Skin’s producer KT in a new game called ‘Sports Pie’, with DeMarcus Ware serving as guest judge. National coverage and stickiness ensues!
The Cowboys have wrapped up offseason workouts and are ready to take their revamped defense to training camp. The team is going back to the 4-3 after nearly a decade.
The Dallas Cowboys begin this week’s series of OTAs as an 8-8 team. With eight position groups. And with eight things I’ll look for starting Tuesday at Valley Ranch: