Dallas Cowboys backup quarterback Brandon Weeden, fresh off a concussion in Sunday’s preseason loss at San Francisco, isn’t asking much.
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.
Their desire to win a Super Bowl hasn’t changed since Romo and Witten came into the league together 12 years ago, or from when Romo became a starter three years later.
It’s uncertain how many starting Dallas linemen will be available for a preseason game in San Francisco and that might influence quarterback Tony Romo’s playing time.
The Cowboys continue to endure ‘scares’ in the injury department but have good news on both All-Pro offensive lineman Zack Martin and first-round rookie defensive back Byron Jones.
Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones joined The Fan’s Gbag Nation on Tuesday to give us his observations from Cowboys training camp in Oxnard.
The Cowboys’ intensity level needs to be raised. But that might be a challenge in today’s second of two days’ workouts against the Rams because the Cowboys’ injury level is being raised.
Dez Bryant and Tyron Smith would likely be playing — and maybe even practicing — if the Dallas Cowboys were back home in the middle of the regular season.
After a long day at Cowboys Training camp, Roy gets back to the beach house, takes a dip in the Coleman Hot Tub and give us his latest confessional.
After a grueling 10 days in Oxnard, Ben & Skin – along with KT and the GBag Nation – board the big flying tylenol and start the trek back to Dallas for a well deserved break.
We reported on Monday night on 105.3 The Fan that Chris Whaley was facing another season-ending injury – this time to his ‘lower extremities’ – and today it’s official
Ben & Skin bring out the pastries for another edition of the famous consequence-laden game show ‘Sports Pie’