Since leaving Dallas after the 2011 season, Martellus Bennett has quietly become one of the league’s most prolific pass catchers at the position — something he couldn’t do with the Cowboys.
The Chicago Bears are going to try to reach the .500 mark when they face the Lions in the opening game of the Thanksgiving Day triple header.
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.
Studs like Graham and Gronkowski are in a league of their own, but the position offers solid players.
Former Cowboys tight end Martellus Bennett wants a piece of his old team when the Super Bowl champion Giants open the season against their NFC East rivals on September 5.
As Dez Bryant is bouncing quarters off of his sculpted abs, it looks like one former Dallas Cowboys player is probably picking some quarters out of his belly.
Dallas Cowboys TE Martellus Bennett has signed a 1 year $2.5 Mil deal with the division rival New York Giants.
In memoriam: Terence Newman. After his nine-year career ended in Dallas with his release Tuesday, the cornerback’s career lay uncomfortably between a bust and underwhelming.
With all the spread offenses in high school and college football, it probably should come as no surprise that there seems to be a great shortage of quality tight ends at this year’s NFL Scouting Combine.
“I hit the deck, okay, I’m trying to tell you…When everything goes off you tell me you don’t think something is wrong? That stuff is not supposed to happen.” said Alan Ball
Dallas Cowboys rookie wide receiver Dez Bryant and veteran linebacker Brady James did not participate in Wednesday’s practice. Head coach Wade Phillips said during his media briefing that both could take part in Thursday’s session.
Just out of the locker room as the Cowboys players will enjoy a bye week. It looks like they will get together for practices on Wednesday and Thursday and then be off for the weekend. […]