Even if he’s not talking Super Bowl, Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones also isn’t hiding his optimism going into training camp.
Dallas Cowboys defensive end Jeremy Mincey has been talking to the front office about getting a new contract. But now that camp is here and Mincey is not – he’s yet to arrive in Oxnard
The National Fantasy Football Convention was abruptly cancelled.
The Dallas Cowboys believe they’re about to field ‘one of the better’ teams they’ve had in years and that it’s ‘coming together for us,’ COO Stephen Jones says.
A few days ago, on the eve of the franchise-tag deadline, the Dallas Cowboys were concerned that Dez Bryant might miss games. Now the Cowboys are concerned about the Pro Bowl receiver in terms of “throwing him right to the wolves.’’
A national report insisted on Monday morning that Bryant contacted Cowboys COO Stephen Jones to announce his intention to boycott part of Dallas’ upcoming season should he not received his contractual desires.
The hottest topic of the Dallas Cowboys offseason has definitely been Dez Bryant’s contract negotiation. The big question is — who will budge first?
Dez Bryant doesn’t have many cards to play in this effort to bust from the $12.832 million franchise tag he is presently locked into.
Stephen Jones, the person widely perceived to be calling the shots for the Cowboys, chuckles at the memory of being mediator between dad Jerry Jones and former coach Bill Parcells.
The absent trio of Dez Bryant, Rolando McClain and Greg Hardy stole headlines from Cowboys OTAs on Wednesday, each of the three talented standouts missing for three different reasons.
Cowboys coaches and teammates can’t say enough about what talented pass rusher Greg Hardy can bring to the team.
The Cowboys’ 26th annual sponsors golf tournament was rained out on Tuesday but the event was even more flooded by organizational optimism.