Jerry Jones Clarifies: 'Nothing Wrong' With Sean Lee"Cowboys owner Jerry Jones called into the GBag Nation unsolicited on Wednesday to clear up the confusion surrounding Sean Lee's knee injury.
Jones Says Romo Injury A "Setback" But Doesn't Kill His Optimism For 2016 SeasonEven though Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones admitted that losing starting QB Tony Romo to a back injury in the preseason is a setback - it doesn't kill his optimistic view for a successful 2016 season.
Former Cowboys Assistant Hubbard Alexander Dead At 77Alexander came to the Cowboys with Jimmy Johnson as receivers coach when new Dallas owner Jerry Jones lured Johnson away from the Hurricanes to be head coach in 1989.
Romo Injury Makes Rookie Prescott Sudden Starter For Dallas CowboysDak Prescott grew up rooting for the Dallas Cowboys in Louisiana. He suddenly finds himself in line to start their opener as a rookie quarterback with Tony Romo sidelined by yet another back injury.
Cowboys "Anticipate" Rookie RB Ezekiel Elliott Playing In Preseason Game Vs SeattleThe Dallas Cowboys top 2016 NFL Draft pick will finally make his preseason debut Thursday night when the team travels to Seattle.
Dallas Cowboys WR Dez Bryant Suffers Concussion, Will Not Play Vs SeattleDallas Cowboys WR Dez Bryant has reportedly suffered a concussion at training camp practice and will not take part in the preseason game vs Seattle on Thursday.
Prescott, Romo Lead Cowboys To Preseason Win Over DolphinsTony Romo led a touchdown drive in his preseason debut once the Dallas offense stopped committing holding penalties, rookie backup quarterback Dak Prescott had a strong encore as the Cowboys handily beat the Miami Dolphins.
Jerry Jones Selected As Finalist For Pro Football Hall Of FameDallas Cowboys owner, president and general manager Jerry Jones has been selected as a contributor finalist for the Pro Football Hall of Fame.
Video: Jerry Jones Joins Ben Rogers & Skin Wade At Cowboys CampCowboys owner Jerry Jones joined Ben Rogers and Skin Wade live at Cowboys training camp in Oxnard.
Jerry Wants Cowboys Camp To Stay In OxnardCowboys owner Jerry Jones wants to keep visiting Oxnard for training camp despite the Rams reclaiming the Los Angeles market and his team's new facility in Frisco that would make it possible to hold camp at home.
Cowboys Holding Off On Veteran QB With Backup Moore InjuredFor now, the Cowboys will give longer looks to a pair of young players with no NFL experience: rookie fourth-round pick Dak Prescott and second-year player Jameill Showers, who spent most of last season on the practice squad.
Cowboys Need 'Avail-Ability', Sign Two Linebackers"The best kind of 'ability'," Jerry Jones is suddenly fond of saying, "is 'avail-ability'."

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