Bruce Carter is…unsettled. His position as a starting linebacker for the Cowboys. His contractual future in Dallas, and his stomach in London.
Dallas Cowboys QB Tony Romo participated in the lightest of walkthroughs on Tuesday upon the Cowboys’ arrival in London.
Dez needs to be elite on the field. He’s the first to concede that hasn’t happened in two straight Dallas loses as he’s managed to catch passes for 30 yards or fewer in both games – a career-low mark.
When the Cowboys arrive in London on Tuesday in preparation for Sunday’s game against Jacksonville, they may need even more of Melton inside.
The bags are packed. The visas are being checked. The manifest for the Virgin Airlines flight that tonight will transport the Cowboys to London is full.
Saturday is designed to be a “light day” in the NFL but it is a big business day for the Dallas Cowboys.
Cowboys linebacker Bruce Carter suffered a broken left ring finger during Thursday’s practice, requiring him to get an MRI and then make a visit to the doctor, when the finger was re-set.
Joseph Randle says his arrest for shoplifting, which has resulted in national ridicule from the football world and a ‘significant’ fine from the Dallas Cowboys, is “the biggest mistake I’ve ever made in my life.
The Cowboys will comment on Randle’s status later today as they put their monumental 30-23 win in Seattle behind them and begin preparation for Sunday’s visit from the Giants.
The Cowboys’ offensive wheel keeps rolling along, with the hub of that wheel DeMarco Murray and his record-threatening rushing pace. But the individual spokes of the wheel are spinning along nicely, too.
Dirk Nowitzki was a little gimpy as he worked his way through Saturday’s Fan Jam scrimmage and now we know why: He sustained what the Mavs are calling a hip contusion, an injury coach Rick Carlisle terms ‘not serious’
As expected after his ‘Romo Wednesday,’ Dallas QB Romo was back at practice Thursday as a full participant.