In an effort to make Wednesday as normal as possible, the Dallas Cowboys are making this a “Romo Wednesday,” dealing with defensive-line injuries and pumping in music at practice.
Dallas Cowboys QB Tony Romo participated in the lightest of walkthroughs on Tuesday upon the Cowboys’ arrival in London.
Tony Romo might miss the Dallas Cowboys upcoming game with the Arizona Cardinals while Justin Durant will miss the rest of the season. Here is the injury reports for the Cowboys vs. Cardinals game.
When the Dallas Cowboys starting five offensive linemen exited their meeting room at Valley Ranch on Wednesday, they found their locker stalls stuffed with a gift – courtesy of DeMarco Murray.
The Dallas Cowboys lost an offensive lineman while the New York Giants lost their best receiver heading into their week seven game. Here is a look at the Dallas Cowboys vs. New York Giants injury report.
Cowboys owner Jerry Jones says right tackle Doug Free will miss three to four weeks with a right foot fracture.
Inside the walls of Valley Ranch, Doug Free’s reputation as a “tough guy” is beyond reproach. But his toughness is about to get tested.
Top draft pick Zack Martin naturally started with the first-team offensive line as the Cowboys rookie minicamp opened on Friday. The same should hold when real football starts.
Assorted Dallas Cowboys players are using the start of the offseason to “clean up’’ injury issues sustained in 2013. Included on that list: Special-teams star Dwayne Harris and starting right tackle Doug Free.
Stephen Jones makes his weekly call-in with the Ben and Skin show to discuss the health of Miles Austin, Doug Free’s season so far, and the upcoming Week 4 game against the Chargers.
Dallas Cowboys owner and GM Jerry Jones joined 105.3 The Fan’s Elf & Slater on Friday to discuss the team following the Cowboys’ final preseason game.
The beleaguered right tackle Free agreed to a reduced two-year contract that guarantees him $3.5 million for 2013 and has a similar (but un-guaranteed) salary in 2014.