Cowboys quarterback Jon Kitna has missed a second straight day of practice, making it less likely he will play the season finale.
Stephen McGee has taken a step toward becoming the starting quarterback of the Dallas Cowboys this weekend.
Jon Kitna will be the starting quarterback for the Dallas Cowboys in their finale Sunday if his strained abdominal muscle heals enough.
The Dallas Cowboys have lost another quarterback Saturday night with Jon Kitna leaving with a hip injury late in the first half against Arizona.
There will be another Cowboys Christmas. Dallas will be playing on Dec. 25 for the fifth time, more than any NFL team.
Jerry Jones wants Tony Romo to play again this season.
Colts coach Jim Caldwell sees Sunday’s game as one more chance to get things right. Cowboys coach Jason Garrett calls it a new opportunity.
Since breaking his left collarbone, Tony Romo has done all the prescribed rehabilitation work and kept the rest of his body in shape. He goes to all meetings and watches games from the sideline. And Monday, five weeks after he was hurt, Romo was back on the Dallas Cowboys practice field throwing passes.
What a year for Dallas Cowboy Bryan McCann. Two games ago, the rookie cornerback returned an interception 101 yards against the New York Giants. It shifted the momentum of the game and gave Jason Garrett his first win as Cowboys Interim Head Coach.
Bryan McCann grabbed a batted-down punt and returned it 97 yards for a touchdown, Miles Austin had two short touchdown catches and 38-year-old Jon Kitna had a career-best 29-yard touchdown run to lift the Dallas Cowboys to a 35-19 victory over the Detroit Lions.
Jon Kitna has cracked the code. He’s figured out the secret to the success of Roger Staubach and Troy Aikman, his most heralded predecessors as quarterback of the Dallas Cowboys.
Jon Kitna passed for 327 yards and three touchdowns and the Dallas Cowboys looked revitalized under interim coach Jason Garrett in a 33-20 victory that served as reality check for the New York Giants on Sunday.