NFL Free Agency
The Dallas Cowboys have signed ex-Browns quarterback Brandon Weeden to what sources say is a two-year contract.
As pipedreamy as it may seem, the Dallas Cowboys have solidified a plan for a visit from defensive tackle Henry Melton on Monday or Tuesday and have interest in defensive ends Jared Allen and Julius Peppers, sources tell 105.3 The Fan.
The Dallas Cowboys, seeking defensive-line help across the board, have signed 1-tech tackle Terrell McClain to a three-year deal, sources tell 105.3 The Fan.
The Cowboys initiated the start of the NFL’s 2014 Shopping Season this weekend by making exploratory calls to free-agent defensive linemen Jason Hatcher and Anthony Spencer, sources tell 105.3 The Fan.
The Dallas Cowboys will play host to veteran free-agents Will Allen and Justin Durant at Valley Ranch on Monday, with both players bringing with them resumes that could make them candidates to start for the Dallas defense.
Day 2 of the NFL’s free agency frenzy was highlighted by Bush’s move to the Lions and Welker switching from one all-time great quarterback, Tom Brady, to another, Peyton Manning.
The Dallas Cowboys addressed some of their pressing needs with a flurry of free-agent signings.
In memoriam: Terence Newman. After his nine-year career ended in Dallas with his release Tuesday, the cornerback’s career lay uncomfortably between a bust and underwhelming.