Dez Bryant does not have a Cowboys contract, and this week’s OTAs are voluntary. Nevertheless, the star receiver said on Wednesday night, “I’m going to Valley Ranch.”
Receiver Dez Bryant hasn’t been part of the offseason with the Cowboys as expected because of his contract situation. Now linebacker Rolando McClain could miss most of spring workouts.
The Dallas Cowboys front office has done its part. Finally, it’s about whistles and jerseys and work on the practice field as Dallas launches into this week’s three-day OTA at Valley Ranch starting today.
The idea of Adrian Peterson coming to Dallas is discussed infinitely more outside of Valley Ranch than inside. And outlets like TMZ, who know little about sports, keep the chatter alive.
CBS 11 Sports Anchor Keith Russell breaks down his Top 5 takeaways from the Dallas Cowboys 2015-2016 schedule.
Today begins Cowboys off-season workout program – which is voluntary. The fact Dez Bryant hasn’t yet signed his franchise-tag contract justifies his absence. But Orlando Scandrick isn’t there, either and both players are visiting with The Fan about what’s going on.
“I’m the one making the decisions on who to trust and who to be surrounded by,” Dez Bryant said in regards to his separation from longtime advisor David Wells.
Romo is leading a star-studded parade of NFL players scheduled to attend the first-ever ‘National Fantasy Football Convention’
Dez Bryant posts a message on Twitter to his former teammate DeMarco Murray.
‘I don’t like the Cowboys,” tweeted Philly defensive back Malcolm Jenkins. ‘But I do like DeMarco Murray …. Come on over to the dark side bro! We’ll treat you good!’
The Cowboys have retained one of their most important free agency pieces not named “Dez Bryant,’’
With the deadline approaching, the Dallas Cowboys have officially placed the franchise tag on wide receiver Dez Bryant.