Former NFL Player Chris Borland Helping Others Adjust To RetirementChris Borland knows firsthand about the challenges of early retirement, having stepped away from a promising football career after one year because of concerns over head injuries.
Cowboys Pick Both DeMarcus Ware & Marcus SpearsThe Cowboys had a pair of first-round draft picks in 2005, and there was disagreement over who should be picked first -- DeMarcus Ware or Marcus Spears.
Corey Chavous Says Bradley Chubb Is Top Prospect In NFL DraftFormer NFL safety and current CBS Sports Network draft analyst Corey Chavous breaks down some of the prospects ahead of next week's draft at AT&T Stadium in Arlington.
Pete Prisco Mock Draft: Giants Take DarnoldOne week out from the draft, CBSSports' Pete Prisco releases what may be his final mock draft for this season.
You Can Never Have Enough Good QuarterbacksRoger Staubach was the Cowboys starting quarterback in 1974. But the team still drafted Danny White, who took over after Staubach and led the Cowboys to five playoff appearances.
Cowboys Bring Computers Into The NFL Draft ProcessFormer Cowboys draft guru Gil Brandt was there for the team's first NFL Draft in 1960, using cutting-edge computer technology to help Dallas make their picks.
Former Jets Player Nick Mangold Retiring After 11 Years In NFLNick Mangold is retiring after an 11-year career. The former Jets center announced Tuesday that he will sign a one-day contract with New York to retire as a member of the team.
Pass Rusher David Irving Returns To Cowboys On $2.9 Million DealDefensive end David Irving is returning to the Cowboys after signing a $2.9 million, one-year offer as a restricted free agent. Irving reported for the start of offseason workouts on Monday.
Cowboys Have Had Many Undrafted HeroesThe NFL Draft is an opportunity for football teams to improve by bringing in some new talent. But many times, the most impactful players actually go undrafted.
Dez Bryant's Only Distraction Was His Pending Cap HitDez Bryant and the Cowboys have parted ways after eight years that saw the brash talent settle into his career as a productive NFL receiver. Maybe we should have seen this coming.
Longtime Steelers Linebacker James Harrison Retires AgainSteelers linebacker James Harrison is taking another shot at retirement, and this time it's likely to stick. He retired briefly in September 2014 only to be lured back by Pittsburgh.
Emmitt Smith Arrives Looking Like "Confused Bumblebee"Most drafted football players make their first impressions on the field, but all eyes were on Emmitt Smith when he arrived wearing bright yellow polka dots.