With a new manager and one of the youngest rosters in the majors, the Texas Rangers are clearly a work in progress.
The Dallas Cowboys have trimmed their roster to the league-mandated 53 players by making several moves before Saturday’s 3 p.m. deadline.
The Dallas Cowboys reached the 75-man roster limit on Tuesday by making cuts.
Landon Donovan, the most accomplished American player in the history of men’s soccer, won’t be going to his fourth World Cup.
Dallas Cowboys fans dumped on their team and quarterback Tony Romo for back-to-back losses this month to the Chicago Bears and Green Bay Packers. Then, they celebrated, when Romo helped win Sunday’s game.
The Cowboys are in the process of cutting down to their 53-man roster, but even with the moves made before Saturday’s 5 p.m. deadline, it’s clear that “today’s 53’’ might not be the same 53 employed next weekend.
The Texas Rangers have announced the club’s roster for the 2010 American League Championship Series against the New York Yankees this morning. The club has made the following changes from its 2010 American League Division […]
Cowboys owner Jerry Jones has made some drastic moves over the last few days and RAGE has a problem with some of them.
The Cowboys have made their 53 man roster but are the best 53 remaining? Newy doesn’t think so. Get the good word, here!
Just poked my head into a couple of coaches offices here at Valley Ranch. I was told the toughest roster decisions came down to Bryan McCann and Cletis Gordon. But that “it is not over.” […]
The Cowboys are down to 53. The cuts include: Manuel Johnson, Jesse Holey, Cletis Gordon, Teddy Williams, Jamar Wall, Herb Donaldson, Lonyae Miller, Bryan McCann, Jason Pociask, Steve Octavien, Brandon Sharpe, Travis Bright, Mike Tepper, […]