The Dallas Cowboys are involved in a ‘delicate dance’ as they work to rebuild their defensive line.
It seems an inglorious way for the Dallas Cowboys to part ways with the iconic DeMarcus Ware, but sources tell me that Dallas took that exact position with the future Hall-of-Famer, that Ware refused to budge
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Miles Austin’s offseason is shaping up as one of ceremony and an unceremonious move, one of marriage and one of divorce.
For whatever reason, the Cowboys are constantly immersed in this ‘controversy’ where financial acumen and talent evaluation clash.
Jerry Jones historically has a difficult time making an emotional and financial break from his Dallas Cowboys stars. But sources tell me that DeMarcus Ware’s future is simple: “Pay cut or be cut.’’
As Mavs GM Donnie Nelson says, ‘We definitely did not want to do anything that was lateral. We weren’t afraid to do something if it took us to the next level, but that ultimately did not present itself.’
DeMarcus Ware will undergo elbow surgery on Feb. 18, an action that further muddies the pass-rusher’s future with the Dallas Cowboys.
In a move that suggests an authority grab by head coach Jason Garrett and disgruntlement with offensive coordinator Bill Callahan, the Cowboys on Tuesday arranged to hire Scott Linehan for a play calling role in Dallas.
In fact, Richard Sherman – now preparing for Sunday’s Super Bowl XLVIII against the Broncos – did NFL football exactly right that day. For 60 minutes and then for a few minutes more.
The Dallas Cowboys have signed kicker Dan Bailey to what is being billed as a new seven-year deal through 2020, though privately both sides view it as Bailey being paid his “restricted year plus six more years.’’
Lee attended Tuesday’s closing arguments in a Dallas courtroom sitting shoulder-to-shoulder with Brent, who now awaits jury deliberation after being charged with intoxication manslaughter in the December 2012 death of his friend, Cowboys practice-squadder Jerry Brown.