Do Players Deserve Anything? Jerry Jones Uses Tom Brady As An ExampleJones references Tom Brady when answering a question about whether or not players deserve anything in the NFL.
The Cowboys 'Near-Perfect' Approach To 5-1Cowboys management pledged on the very first day of training camp in Oxnard to not repeat a mental mistake from 2015, when the organization’s mindset was to “stay afloat’’ while waiting on the return of injured players.
Cowboys' Bryant Ready To Return; As For Romo, Don't AskWhen the Eagles visit on Oct. 30, the Cowboys will be that much closer to having to decide whether Tony Romo gets his job back from Dak Prescott, the rookie quarterback with a five-game winning streak.
Cowboys Win At Green Bay; Two Aces At QB?In winning for just the second time ever at Lambeau Field, the Cowboys have dealt themselves quite a hand -- and not just at QB.
Jerry Jones: "Nothing Simple" About Deciding Between Romo & Dak PrescottJerry Jones says there's "nothing simple" when deciding who to start at quarterback between Dak Prescott and Tony Romo.
Cowboys Taking 'No Chances' With DezWhen it comes to one aspect of Dez Bryant’s return to the field, the All-Pro wide receiver and his Cowboys boss are on the same page.
Cowboys Jerry Talks QB Options And Yes, Super Bowl"Options." The word can mean whatever Cowboys Nation wishes it to mean, and maybe Jerry Jones' use of it is purposefully ambiguous.
Jerry Jones Says He Still Doesn't Know What A Catch IsJerry Jones is still confused on the catch rule in the NFL.
With Dak's Success, Cowboys Have Luxury Of Delaying Romo's ReturnWhy would the Cowboys want to rush Romo back on the field when rookie QB Dak Prescott is leading the team to their best winning streak in years?
Jerry Jones Says Cowboys Will Monitor Dez, No MRI On Injured Knee YetThe Dallas Cowboys have yet to have an MRI test on Dez Bryant following his injury in the game vs Chicago on Sunday according to the team owner.
Cowboys Ron Leary Goes From 'Trade Me' To 'Blessed'Leary has tried to keep the faith, and keep his mouth shut, since signing his free-agent tender of $2.553 million for one year last spring.
Cowboys' Prescott Always Said He Was Ready, And Showing ItThe former Mississippi State standout keeps telling people he felt ready for the NFL from the beginning. And he keeps showing it after injuries to Tony Romo and Kellen Moore suddenly made him the starter.