Tony Romo Leads Dallas Cowboys Back To OTAsFootball at Valley Ranch is about to get serious. Tony Romo will lead his team onto the field for Dallas Cowboys OTAs today, his first official “full-go’’ work since breaking his collarbone in December.
Get Your Cowboys Zeke Jersey - Half-Off!Ezekiel Elliott likes to call himself a “Hero In A Half-Shirt,’’ and while this is in part about fun, fashion and comfort, it’s also about business.
Jaylon Smith Signs 4-Year Deal With Dallas CowboysJaylon Smith signed his four-year deal with the Cowboys, team COO Stephen Jones tells The Fan, but that’s just another step in a long process.
Cowboys Claiborne Has His Confidence - And His Weight - UpCornerback Morris Claiborne’s career in Dallas hasn’t gone as originally envisioned when the Cowboys
Carr Bat-Flips His Way Back To CowboysCowboys cornerback Brandon Carr finished a successful at-bat during Tuesday’s team charity home-run derby at Dr Pepper Ballpark by flipping his bat high in the air.
New Cowboys Get Old (Famous) Jersey NumbersIt’s a fun game: Cowboys draftees get their freshly-assigned numbers and we try to attach significance to the assignments.
Dallas Cowboys Bosses: Unfiltered Quotes From The NFL Draft
Cowboys Zeke: Marketable, Flashy And GreatElliott has flash. Elliott is marketable. But most of all: He’s the guy, along with Florida State defensive back Jalen Ramsey, who held top spots on the Dallas draft board.
Pre-Grading The Dallas Cowboys Draft PlanDallas may very well have Ramsey at the very top of the board and view him as Stud 1A … and if he’s somehow gone before Dallas picks, the Cowboys take Stud 1B, running back Ezekiel Elliott.
Cowboys Fans, Be Prepared - 2 Trades, 2 OptionsBe Prepared for the Dallas Cowboys to have Florida State defensive back Jalen Ramsey on the top of their NFL Draft board.
The Shortest Fake Dirk Retirement Story Ever WrittenDon't blink for you'll miss the shortest Dirk Nowitzki story I have ever written.
Source Says Cowboys Redo Carr ContractSources in the Cowboys front office say they have re-done Brandon Carr's contract. Carr signed a five-year, $50-million deal with the Cowboys in 2012, making him one of the highest-paid corners in the league.