Cowboys Hall of Fame wide receiver Michael Irvin explains why he believes that Eagles are the favorites to win the NFC East.
Hall of Fame wide receiver Michael Irvin is often accused of being too supportive of the Dallas Cowboys. That’s not the case today.
Quarterback Andrew Luck of the Colts went No. 1 during the NFL Pro Bowl Draft on Wednesday night. Michael Irvin chose Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo as No. 2 overall.
The first 26 players were drafted by the two Pro Bowl teams Tuesday, with the remainder from more glamorous positions to be chosen in a televised event Wednesday night.
The Dallas Cowboys playoff hopes are in danger and Michael Irvin said that this week’s game with the Chicago Bears is a must-win if they want to make the playoffs at all.
When is an athlete’s personal life fair game for the media? If a player’s personal life is impacting his on-field life, it inches closer to being news of an important sort.
Fresh off his return from covering the Cowboys victory over the Jaguars in London, Irvin talks about how if Peyton Manning or Tom Brady played like Tony did with that injury, he’d be the biggest story in the country.
Cowboys wide receiver Dez Bryant was held without a catch for the first 58 minutes in Sunday’s loss to the Arizona Cardinals. Michael Irvin blames the coaching staff, not Bryant.
Go ahead. Tell your friends how this version of the Cowboys reminds you of the 90’s Super Bowl teams. You won’t be off your rocker.
Former Cowboys and Hall of Fame running back Emmitt Smith knows a thing or two (or three) about success. His formula is simple: offensive balance.
The Cowboys’ formula for success over the last six weeks is no secret. Run the ball and control the clock. Michael Irvin says teams just simply can’t stop them.
Cowboys tight end Jason Witten surpassed the 10,000 yards receiving mark on Sunday, becoming just the third tight end in NFL history to do so.