Stephen Jones: "More Fired Up Than Ever" About Drafting Jaylon SmithWhen asked how Jaylon Smith was doing, Jones said he was more "fired up than ever" that they picked him last year.
Keidel: How Are We Supposed To Feel About Aaron Hernandez?Aaron Hernandez committed suicide, ending his life sentence for murder and his own life, which could have turned out so much better.
Tony Romo Will Call Cowboys Game On Thanksgiving DayTony Romo should call his first Dallas Cowboys game in November in the former quarterback's first season as lead NFL analyst on CBS. It's just a question of which game.
Cowboys Release 2017 Schedule, Open At Home Against The GiantsFor the third straight season, Dallas will open at home on Sunday night football against the New York Giants on September 10.
Corey Chavous On NFL Draft: Watson To Browns At 12 Will Be First QB TakenCorey Chavous, former NFL Pro Bowler, discusses the 2017 NFL Draft, his DraftNasty.com ranking site and his own draft-day experience.
The Fan's 2017 NFL Draft BoardCheck out The Fan's 2017 NFL Draft Board by Bryan Broaddus, Jeff Cavanaugh & Kevin 'KT' Turner.
Cowboys Add Vet Safety Robert BlantonThe Dallas Cowboys have signed veteran safety Robert Blanton. Sources tell 105.3 The Fan this is a one-year deal.
Hernandez's Prison Death Shrouded In MysteryAaron Hernandez's death in prison, just days after the former NFL star was cleared of additional murder charges, remains shrouded in mystery. Why now? Is there more to the story?
Phil Simms To Take Spot At "NFL Today" DeskPhil Simms is headed to the studio. A fixture as a game analyst at CBS for the past two decades, Simms will now join the network's "NFL Today" cast for the upcoming season.
Trump Congratulates Patriots, Doesn't Mention HernandezPresident Donald Trump congratulated the Super Bowl champion New England Patriots on Wednesday, a normally joyous White House ritual marred by the prison suicide hours earlier of former teammate Aaron Hernandez.
In Death, Hernandez's Murder Conviction Likely To Be TossedAaron Hernandez's death means his murder conviction is likely to disappear.
How Cowboys Dez Bryant's Thoughts On 'Race In America' Got MicrowavedDallas Cowboys receiver Dez Bryant has, at just 28, "lived a life." Highs and lows. Fame and failure. Wealth and poverty. Acceptance ... and racism.