Tony Romo walked off the field after the Dallas Cowboys finished their final minicamp practice without stopping to speak with reporters.
Dez Bryant doesn’t have many cards to play in this effort to bust from the $12.832 million franchise tag he is presently locked into.
Bryant has not signed his franchise tag, and there is only a month before the deadline for the Pro Bowl receiver to work out a long-term deal with the Cowboys or play this season for $12.8 million.
Sources tell 105.3 The Fan that middle linebacker Rolando McClain is at Valley Ranch this morning as the Cowboys begin their mandatory minicamp.
Like any backup who knows his role, Brandon Weeden happily stepped aside when Tony Romo wanted to take some snaps on the opening day of minicamp for the Cowboys.
The Cowboys opened Tuesday’s three-day minicamp with a familiar, welcome and limited sight. Tony Romo was under center. “You saw that, huh?” Romo said coyly.
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 have signed three players off the workout roster from their rookie minicamp and released three other players.
What happens with you take an iPod, a microphone and a FAN personality to Valley Ranch and turn them loose in the Cowboys locker room? You get Valley Ranch Idol!
The best part for Bryant is being able to take advantage of a structured offseason to apply what he’s learned playing two seasons in the NFL.
“He needs to get well and get through rehab, but he’s aligned right with everything I’m aligned with…that the Cowboys are aligned with ” said Cowboys owner Jerry Jones.
I plea for my quarterback with the Super Bowl potential to not play soccer, or basketball, or Russian Roulette, or anything else dangerous. Other than, of course, football.