The Dallas Cowboys used their bye week to allow some of their star players to recover from injuries and five of their injured stars should be able to make their return this week against the New York Giants.
From Dez Bryant, Miles Austin and Sean Lee to Morris Claiborne, Monte Kiffin and Bill Callahan, here is a look at the Dallas Cowboys studs and duds from the first half of the 2013 season.
The Dallas Cowboys have deactivated one of their top defensive tackles Jason Hatcher for Sunday night’s game against New Orleans.
Dallas defensive end DeMarcus Ware will miss his third straight game with a thigh injury, and Minnesota quarterback Josh Freeman is out for a second week with a concussion.
With first place of the NFC East on the line, the Dallas Cowboys head into their big game with the Philadelphia Eagles missing a key player on both the offense and defense.
Ben’s son is having trouble choosing sides on the massive Tony Romo debate, plus Ben’s awkward exchange with Miles Austin, and some crazy Jerry Jones audio.
After missing two games because of a hamstring issue the Dallas Cowboys get back receiver Miles Austin, who was in the starting lineup for the Sunday night game against the Redskins.
Miles Austin looks like he is finally ready to return for the Dallas Cowboys as they head into their big rivalry game on Sunday Night Football with the Washington Redskins.
Dallas receiver Miles Austin will miss his second straight game with a hamstring problem, and Denver cornerback Champ Bailey is still out with a foot injury.
The Dallas Cowboys enter their Week 5 game with the Denver Broncos with some major injuries on both sides of the ball. Here is a look at the injury report for the Cowboys vs. Broncos game this weekend.
Austin was listed as doubtful Friday after not participating in practice all week leading into Sunday’s game against Denver.
Inactive for the Cowboys are wide receiver Miles Austin, cornerback Chris Greenwood, guard David Arkin, center Phil Costa, tackle Darrion Weems, tight end Andre Smith and defensive end Caesar Rayford.