Dirk Nowitzki is willing to hop on a plane at a moment’s notice. Mark Cuban won’t have “Shark Tank” tapings that interfere with recruiting.
The Dallas Mavericks have a new point guard. They’ve also made it clear they plan to make a run at center Dwight Howard in free agency.
Now that the Clippers and Lakers are out of the NBA playoffs, the questions now in LA is — Where will Dwight Howard and Chris Paul go?
Dwight Howard’s season with the Los Angeles Lakers could not have gone better – for the covetous Dallas Mavericks, that is.
Sources continue to tell me that there have been no true Cowboys negotiations with Winston beyond “touching base’’ with his agent in anticipation of Dallas possibly having an opening.
The Oakland Raiders have signed cornerback Mike Jenkins to a free-agent contract. General manager Reggie McKenzie announced the deal Tuesday.
Jerry Jones got the Dallas Cowboys in a salary cap mess during the late 90s and early 2000s by constantly restructuring contracts.
The Dallas Cowboys have reached a tentative contract agreement with veteran free-agent Justin Durant, a prospective starter at strong-side linebacker.
The Dallas Cowboys will play host to veteran free-agents Will Allen and Justin Durant at Valley Ranch on Monday, with both players bringing with them resumes that could make them candidates to start for the Dallas defense.
With the Cowboys just $175,000 under the salary cap and unable to improve through free agency, it’s time for Jerry Jones to answer the questions fans want to know.
The Rangers are scanning the market for a starting pitcher, officials on other teams said. For now though, the battle in Rangers’ camp is between Robbie Ross and non-roster invite Nick Tepesch.
The Cowboys will not be nearly as busy in free agency as they were a year ago. That’s not to say there aren’t immediate needs for a team with consecutive 8-8 finishes.