The New Reported Cap Number And The Cowboys SqueezeReports from NFL.com suggest that this year’s salary cap will be $167 million. That’s not unexpected here inside Dallas Cowboys headquarters — it means the same squeeze as always.
Cowboys Jaylon Smith: Dropfoot And 'The Greatest Deed'The suggestion that he can play with a brace on his foot and ankle to supplement the feeling in the knee and stabilize the dropfoot is a theory, not a fact.
Peterson To Cowboys? You Can Dream (As He Does)Adrian Peterson is, for the moment, not a member of the Minnesota Vikings. But that is is a long way of connecting the dots, as many have, to Adrian Peterson as a member of the Dallas Cowboys.
Jerry, Jimmy Get Healing Time As Cowboys Celebrate '92 TeamIn five seasons under Jones and Johnson, the Cowboys went from 1-15 to two-time Super Bowl champs. Eventually, Dallas became the first franchise to win three Super Bowls in four years, but the third was with Barry Switzer as coach.
Cowboys To Play In HOF Game Against CardinalsThe Dallas Cowboys will play the Arizona Cardinals in the Hall of Fame game, according to the Pro Football Hall of Fame.
Jerry Jones On Romo's Future: 'It's Just A Juncture That We Have To Address'Fresh off a Hall of Fame announcement on Saturday, Jerry Jones was in a pleasant mood when he joined Ben Rogers and Skin Wade on 105.3 The Fan on Wednesday afternoon.
The Truth About Another 'Adrian Peterson To Cowboys' StoryPeterson is an employee of the Minnesota Vikings, but he’s long been enamored with the idea of coming “home’’ to his native Texas to play for the Cowboys.
Cowboys Owner Jerry Jones Part Of 7-Man Hall Of Fame ClassDallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones along with running backs LaDainian Tomlinson and Terrell Davis and quarterback Kurt Warner are part of the seven-man class heading into the Pro Football Hall of Fame.
Cowboys Owner Jerry Jones: 'Cool It' On Romo Talk In many ways, it’s Job 1 for the Dallas Cowboys this offseason: What’s next for Tony Romo. But just because it’s important doesn’t mean Jerry Jones has to discuss it openly.
Jones Says Romo "Will Play In A Super Bowl," Would Not Specify TeamWith the 2016 Dallas Cowboys season coming to a close, team owner/General Manager Jerry Jones sees a great future for his team, with or without Tony Romo.
Disappointing End, Promising Future For Prescott-Led CowboysAnother Super Bowl shot will have to wait for another season after an impressive Prescott-led comeback came up just short in the NFC divisional playoff game against Aaron Rodgers and the Green Bay Packers, who won 34-31 on a game-ending field goal Sunday.
Cowboys Injury Update From A 'Cat-Nervous' JerryThe Cowboys have a lot of question marks on defense heading into this Sunday's divisional matchup against the Green Bay Packers.