Both offensive stars sat out Wednesday, the quarterback due to tightness in his back and the receiver as a precautionary measure due to a sore right shoulder.
If you want to a) attempt to do the impossible with ‘retro-math,’ b) drive yourself nuts, and c) come across as a spoiled Cowboys fan, by all means focus your takeaway from Dallas’ 26-10 win at Tennessee on all the money being ‘wasted’ so Tony Romo could drive that run-first bus.
Cowboys sources tell 105.3 The Fan that there is “virtually no chance” defensive back Orlando Scandrick will be available to the team for Sunday’s game at Tennessee.
The Cowboys aren’t planning on the bonus eligibility of cornerback Orlando Scandrick for Sunday’s opener against the 49ers.
Country music superstar Carrie Underwood and NHL player Mike Fisher chose the Labor Day holiday to announce online that they are expecting their first child.
Wednesday’s event at AT&T Stadium demonstrated a rarely-before-seen effort to manage expectations in every regard.
Jerry’s interviews are a must-listen for Cowboys fans, certainly. But it’s an important tune-in for NFL followers and national NFL media, too. And for that matter, maybe for fans of radio entertainment in general.
Cowboys coach Jason Garrett insists the team has yet to finalize its plans for Tony Romo playing time in Saturday’s ‘dress-rehearsal’ preseason game in Miami
Jerry Jones spoke to the media-at-large for the first time Sunday evening regarding two after-hours stories that have the Dallas Cowboys involved in two titillating tales.
Brandon Carr has returned to his “safe haven.”
Dez is no longer an elementary-school kid with a relentless hunger to throw, catch, run, jump and play under the unforgiving Texas sun with his brother.
After Romo participated in the Friday morning walkthrough, coach Jason Garrett said the quarterback will not take part in the afternoon workout.