Dallas running back Joseph Randle doesn’t really see this week as anything unusual, even if he might be taking the place of NFL rushing leader DeMarco Murray.
Jerry Jones showed humility this offseason when laying the foundation of expectations for the Dallas Cowboys, using phrases like “uphill battle” and “challenge”. The tone has changed.
The Cowboys offense found a spark on Thanksgiving Day with the performance of running back Lance Dunbar. Now, the team is already looking for another.
Backup running back Lance Dunbar, who exploded onto the scene in the 31-24 Thanksgiving Day win over the Raiders, is now likely out for the season with a knee injury that will require surgery.
With first place of the NFC East on the line, the Dallas Cowboys head into their big game with the Philadelphia Eagles missing a key player on both the offense and defense.
As the Cowboys walked off the field and into the tunnel at FedEx Field in Landover, Maryland last December thirtieth it was clear that changes needed to be made.
Cowboys running back Lance Dunbar may not be healthy for the team’s season opener, but that didn’t keep owner Jerry Jones from making a lofty comparison on Tuesday.
Dallas Cowboys running back Lance Dunbar has a sprained left foot, putting his availability for the season opener in jeopardy.
105.3 The Fan’s Elf & Slater are taking their time at Cowboys training camp in Oxnard seriously – but still managing to have a little fun.
Lance Dunbar was limited to special teams work in the training camp scrimmage for the Dallas Cowboys.
Cowboys running back DeMarco Murray is likely to miss his sixth straight game Thursday against Washington with a sprained foot, and receiver Kevin Ogletree is out with a concussion.
The Cowboys added rookie running back Lance Dunbar to their 53-man roster from the practice squad. Dunbar was moved up Monday, when the team returned after their bye week.