The annual Cowboys Kickoff Luncheon was punctuated by emotion from former leaders, present leaders and even injured leaders.
Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo practiced Monday, with his left eye looking better after his second bout with a sty that kept him out of practice for a day early in training camp a month ago.
The Cowboys exited Levi’s Stadium on Sunday night with a trio of questionable areas … and one of the trio offering a hopeful answer with … well, another trio.
Their desire to win a Super Bowl hasn’t changed since Romo and Witten came into the league together 12 years ago, or from when Romo became a starter three years later.
Dez Bryant and Tyron Smith would likely be playing — and maybe even practicing — if the Dallas Cowboys were back home in the middle of the regular season.
Gus Johnson might never get a better chance than the undrafted rookie running back will have for the Dallas Cowboys in their preseason opener.
Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo says that when it comes to injuries and rest, “It’s smart to be smart about it.”
Witten, 33, has played for 12 years, qualified for nine Pro Bowls, made the playoffs five times and is likely Hall-of-Fame bound. But something is missing and he’d be lying to deny it.
Cowboys star receiver Dez Bryant found his owner and his coach on Wednesday and gave them a hug. Today marks the start of giving them something even bigger.
Even if he’s not talking Super Bowl, Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones also isn’t hiding his optimism going into training camp.
As the Cowboys head to Oxnard this week, Jerry Jones and Jason Garrett will each have their own messages to the team and fans. And Jerry will be a full participant with his recently replaced hip.
Tony Romo walked off the field after the Dallas Cowboys finished their final minicamp practice without stopping to speak with reporters.