George Selvie, a popular figure in the Dallas Cowboys locker room — and here on 105.3 The Fan – is moving to New York.
The Cowboys have signed free agent fullback Ray Agnew and re-signed defensive tackle Nick Hayden, who led all Cowboys defensive linemen last season with 52 tackles.
Greg Hardy represents a controversial risk because of his domestic violence case. If not for that, dozens of teams would have been fighting to give him $13 million a year.
Significant changes to the use of video replay, including reviewing all fouls called by game officials, will be proposed by the NFL’s competition committee at next week’s owners meetings.
The deal completes three days of negotiations with the free agent, who was not retained in Carolina following his involvement in a domestic-violence case that could still cause him to miss some games during a 2015 season suspension.
Defensive end Greg Hardy was set to take a physical for the Cowboys on Wednesday after spending Tuesday at Valley Ranch, typically a good indication that a deal is close.
A judge has refused to block the $458 million seating expansion for Texas A&M’s Kyle Field as some ticketholders fear that they could lose their favorite spots this fall.
The Cowboys have signed linebackers Jasper Brinkley and Andrew Gachkar after losing two starters in free agency. The team also hopes to re-sign Rolando McClain.
The jury on Thursday found that the NFL had breached their Super Bowl ticket contract by not providing seats to fans at the game when it came to North Texas four years ago.
Called into a courtroom to testify, Cowboys owner Jerry Jones sparred Tuesday with an attorney for fans suing the NFL over a seating mess at the 2011 Super Bowl.
Adrian Peterson and the Minnesota Vikings are still working on their relationship.
Until the New York Jets landed Darrelle Revis, the first hours of NFL free agency Tuesday looked more like fantasy football. Trades, anyone?