The Cowboys are tangled up in a circumstance that has precedence – a veteran at the end of his career is either questioning his willingness to play or wishing his team increases pay
The Dallas Cowboys braced themselves for “a fear-the-worst deal’ regarding middle linebacker Sean Lee’s left knee injury.
In America, these are not conversational comfort zones. So in a sense, Mark Cuban’s honesty about what we should all easily agree is an ingrained prejudice that is an unfortunate part of the human condition required a certain sort of ballsiness.
Cowboys defensive end Anthony Spencer cheerily says if he didn’t believe he could recover from last year’s career-threatening microfracture knee surgery, “I wouldn’t be here.”
The Cowboys’ on-field focus this weekend is rookie minicamp. But the personnel department’s off-field work is producing the signing of a pair of street free agents with NFL credentials.
Miles Austin remains a relative Cowboys success story as an undrafted free agent who became a Pro Bowler. But hamstring injuries limited him in Dallas and his post-June 1 designation as a cut has freed him to sign with Cleveland.
Romo is working his way through rehab from season-ending discectomy surgery. He is participating in a very limited basis in work right now at Valley Ranch and will continue to be limited in upcoming minicamps.
Over the course of Tuesday’s hour-long pre-draft press conference at Valley Ranch, Dallas Cowboys big-cheese Jerry Jones sat in the middle of the dais flanked by lieutenants Jason Garrett and Stephen Jones.
Dallas Mavericks players are considering making a symbolic anti-Donald Sterling gesture as part of tonight’s first-round Game 4 meeting with the San Antonio Spurs
There is no certainty about the readiness of Pro Bowl defensive end Anthony Spencer to return to the field, a fact likely in play as he’s signed a one-year contract to return to the Cowboys.
The Dallas Cowboys continue to grab-bag at quarterback with Wednesday’s signing of former Bears QB and DFW native Caleb Hanie to a one-year contract.
Inevitably, the Dallas Cowboys will both exercise the fifth-year option for left tackle Tyron Smith and give him a long-term deal designed to make the budding star a Cowboy for life.