The Dallas Cowboys are cutting two of their fan favorites, Demarcus Ware and Miles Austin on the first day of NFL Free agency. The moves were really no surprise.
In this week’s installment of the 105.3 The Fan NFL Draft Show, the gang takes a look at the wide receiver options in the draft, as well as a look at the safeties that might be available for the Cowboys. The gang is also joined by CBS Sports draft guru Dane Brugler, as well as answering questions from listeners.
Babe Laufenberg sat down with NFL commissioner Roger Goodell in Dallas to talk about the upcoming NFL Draft, the Super Bowl, Jerry Jones and the Cowboys.
It’s the 2nd official 105.3 The Fan Draft Show, featuring Bryan Broaddus, Jeff Cavanaugh, Kevin Turner, Mike Dingess, and Nate Wood talking the NFL Draft and speculating the options the Cowboys will have in the first round at pick number 16.
Barry Switzer ain’t scared to share his opinion. And so when asked about Johnny Manziel, he got exceptionally real with his words, calling the former Texas A&M quarterback an ‘arrogant little prick.’
Johnny Manziel would love to join the Dallas Cowboys.
Missouri football star Michael Sam has announced that he is gay. Do you think that this will negatively affect his chances in the NFL Draft? Share your thoughts with us!
The Houston Texans, who hold the first overall pick of the 2014 NFL Draft, are in the market for a franchise quarterback. Whether they’ll take one No. 1 remains to be seen…
The Dallas Cowboys have signed kicker Dan Bailey to what is being billed as a new seven-year deal through 2020, though privately both sides view it as Bailey being paid his “restricted year plus six more years.’’
Among the early entrants expected to be selected near the top of the draft are Manziel, the Texas A&M quarterback, Clowney, the defensive end from South Carolina, and Clemson receiver Sammy Watkins.
The Cowboys need as many defensive players as possible in this draft. By the time Dallas selects at 16th or 17th in the first round, the really elite defensive players are gone.
South Carolina defensive end Jadeveon Clowney and Texas A&M quarterback Johnny Manziel headline a record number of underclassmen entering the NFL draft heading into Wednesday night’s deadline.