Orlando Scandrick’s season-ending knee injury was a flashback for Dallas coach Jason Garrett to losing linebacker Sean Lee during the offseason just a year earlier.
While it’s wise to retain membership in the “Never-Say-Never Club,’’ it’s even more wise to heed the words of trusted Cowboys executives themselves when chasing down rumors.
Scandrick fiery attitude will come in especially handy as he faces surgery and rehab from a season-ending knee injury that includes tears of his right ACL and MCL.
Orlando Scandrick’s season is over before it started after the Dallas cornerback tore two ligaments in his right knee in practice at training camp Tuesday.
Scandrick was carted off the field while reportedly telling the team’s medical staff that he felt he’d suffered a right knee ACL tear.
Watching the tape of Byron Jones makes me feel better about the player I think he’s going to be.
We look back at some of the recent suspensions of Dallas Cowboys players for doing the same stupid thing.
Orlando Scandrick is finalizing a re-worked contract that features $9.5 million more along with a tacked-on additional year to his deal.
Cowboys owner Jerry Jones has publicly expressed optimism about a negotiation that could increase Scandrick’s 2015 salary of $1.5 million.
Today begins Cowboys off-season workout program – which is voluntary. The fact Dez Bryant hasn’t yet signed his franchise-tag contract justifies his absence. But Orlando Scandrick isn’t there, either and both players are visiting with The Fan about what’s going on.
First place in the NFC East is on the line when the Eagles (9-4) host the Cowboys (9-4) under the prime-time lights Sunday night.
The Dallas Cowboys are in a must-win situation if they want to make the playoffs and really showed how great their offense is with a huge win over the Chicago Bears on the road. Here is a look at the Cowboys team grades.