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.
For the 24th consecutive year, a hot subject at Valley Ranch is the seeming discord between something Jerry says and something someone else in power (in this case, coach Jason Garrett) says.
Jerry Jones admitted that he contemplated calling Cowboys Stadium “Vaqueros de Dallas Stadium” after it was built. So what would’ve the outside stadium PA sounded like?
Tyson Clabo, Dallas’ top-ranked free agent tackle and an upgrade over incumbent Doug Free, is signing with Miami, according to his agent. That transaction removes some of the leverage the Cowboys may have had over Free, who as of a few days ago “anticipates not being with the Cowboys.’’
Jerry Jones says Tony Romo has committed to spending “Peyton Manning-type time” trying to turn the Dallas Cowboys into Super Bowl contenders again.
“Jason Witten is arguably the best tight end in the National Football League,’’ Garrett said, time and time again … as if to suggest that the drafting of Escobar has nothing to do with eventually replacing Witten.
While many have criticized what the Cowboys did in the 2013 NFL Draft, one source within the organization thinks this draft was one of the team’s best in years.
It is a gigantic game of Chicken. It is also a gigantic game of Musical Chairs. And the two games involve gigantic sums of money and, because it’s all about offensive tackles, it involves gigantic men, too.
This weekend, Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones channeled Texas Rangers manager Ron Washington with a winking nod to the unpredictability of the NFL Draft.
Cowboys Owner and General Manager Jerry Jones not only defended his decision to trade down from the 18th pick to the 31st to get Wisconsin Center Travis Frederick
The Cowboys’ Round 1 selection of offensive lineman Travis Frederick of Wisconsin isn’t the issue. But the path to get to him? Off the board. Off the chart. Off their rockers.
A charity operated by Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones has donated $100,000 for recovery efforts after a deadly fertilizer plant explosion in Texas.
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