The Dallas Cowboys believe they’re about to field ‘one of the better’ teams they’ve had in years and that it’s ‘coming together for us,’ COO Stephen Jones says.
The DeAndre Dominoes continue to fall for the Mavs … fall backwards, that is.
Mark Cuban has melted the ice in his initially ‘frigid’ dealings with the Clippers and their ‘hail mary’ to intercept DeAndre Jordan’s commitment to Dallas.
A national report insisted on Monday morning that Bryant contacted Cowboys COO Stephen Jones to announce his intention to boycott part of Dallas’ upcoming season should he not received his contractual desires.
This is a continuation of the Mavs’ post-DeAndre Defection intent to remain competitive in 2015-16 as opposed to losing games on purpose in order to help draft position.
It was 26 years ago when Jerry Jones sat behind his desk at Valley Ranch and explained to me that “Deadlines Make Deals,’’ a phrase that is now a central part of Dallas Cowboys parlance.
He’ll now likely be limited for the start of training camp in Oxnard, a reminder of the wisdom of Dallas having built depth in its O-line.
Dez Bryant doesn’t have many cards to play in this effort to bust from the $12.832 million franchise tag he is presently locked into.
This summer, there will hopefully be a kinder, gentler atmosphere, at least among fans, when the Cowboys spend two days sharing their Oxnard, California, training-camp practices with the St. Louis Rams
Sources tell 105.3 The Fan that middle linebacker Rolando McClain is at Valley Ranch this morning as the Cowboys begin their mandatory minicamp.
The Cowboys are shuffling the deck in the back of the running backs room, releasing rookie free agent Synjyn Days in favor of Baylor product Lache Seastrunk.
The absent trio of Dez Bryant, Rolando McClain and Greg Hardy stole headlines from Cowboys OTAs on Wednesday, each of the three talented standouts missing for three different reasons.