Jerry Jones admits to tearing up three times in his 25 years as owner of the Dallas Cowboys. He’ll relive one as the Texans come to Dallas this Sunday.
Cowboys cornerback Mo Claiborne followed up a poor performance with a season-ending one. But is his career with the Cowboys over?
Jerry Jones showed humility this offseason when laying the foundation of expectations for the Dallas Cowboys, using phrases like “uphill battle” and “challenge”. The tone has changed.
ARLINGTON, Texas (CBSDFW/AP) — Tony Romo’s back appears to be getting better by the day, and the Dallas Cowboys’ beleaguered defense held on after a strong start. Romo threw three touchdowns passes — two to […]
A judge won’t be ruling on the timeliness of a sexual assault lawsuit against Jerry Jones until next month.
A judge is to weigh whether to allow a lawsuit to proceed against Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones, accusing him of sexual assault.
An Oklahoma woman says in a lawsuit that Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones paid her for at least four years to prevent her from reporting an alleged sexual assault.
A new and apparently more detailed version of a lawsuit that accuses Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones of sexual assault has been filed. However, a judge has already ordered much of the new details sealed.
Love him or hate him, Jerry Jones is one of the most interesting interviews in the sports world today.
While Jerry Jones admits that Claiborne hasn’t lived up to expectations, he’s adamant that the Cowboys corner has a future within the team’s defensive scheme.
Winning on the road in St. Louis won’t be easy, particularly with middle linebacker Rolando McClain expected to miss Sunday’s game.
If you want to a) attempt to do the impossible with ‘retro-math,’ b) drive yourself nuts, and c) come across as a spoiled Cowboys fan, by all means focus your takeaway from Dallas’ 26-10 win at Tennessee on all the money being ‘wasted’ so Tony Romo could drive that run-first bus.