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.
But Tony Romo is coming off two back surgeries in the last year-and-a-half, so all Oxnard eyes were on him at Thursday’s kickoff practice. Romo’s participation? A ‘let’s-be-smart’ level and a ‘brimming-with-confidence’ level, too.
Dallas could use Nelson as part of a rotation at the point, but as much as the Mavs like Harris off the bench, Nelson could end up as a starter should he choose to sign in Dallas.
Just in time to head to Oxnard, DFW native receiver Dezmon Briscoe is joining Dallas as one of 11 receivers on the roster.
The Dirk discount is deeper than expected – in more ways than one.
The last time LeBron was on the market, the Mavs politely downplayed their interest because they lacked cap space and could only pull up a chair to the poker table at the invitation of the Cavs.
The Mavs knew all along that Dirk Nowitzki would re-up in Dallas. The deal is reportedly in the $10 million a year range, for three years, with some creativity tucked in.