The front office closed its three-day window of exclusive negotiating rights with coaches late Wednesday by agreeing with offensive boss Scott Linehan on an extension.
With the Dallas Cowboys working to finalize a 5-year deal to keep Jason Garrett as the head coach, sources tell The Fan that deals to keep other key coaches with the club are ‘in the works’ and are ‘not done yet.’
The Cowboys are optimistic running back DeMarco Murray can wear a cast on his hand following Monday surgery and still play in Sunday’s game against the visiting Colts.
Dallas Cowboys running back DeMarco Murray broke a bone in his left hand and will have surgery on Monday, COO Stephen Jones tells 105.3 The Fan.
Dallas Cowboys COO Stephen Jones joins the Ben and Skin Show for his weekly visit to talk about his bye week plans, Dez’s contract status, and Tony Romo’s health.
According to the NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport, the Cowboys are hesitant to offer big money to Dez Bryant because they are nervous about his off-the-field behavior.
Dez Bryant reiterated his desire to be a Cowboy for life on Sunday, but also said he’d be “highly disappointed” if Dallas chose to franchise him.
Dallas Cowboys VP and COO Stephen Jones joins the Ben and Skin show once again for his weekly interview to talk about the Cowboys upcoming game against the Arizona Cardinals.
Cowboys COO Stephen Jones calls in to the Ben and Skin Show for his weekly interview to talk about the team’s performance so far this season and the upcoming Monday night game against Washington.
Dallas Cowboys COO Stephen Jones calls in for his weekly interview with the Ben and Skin show to discuss the Cowboys upcoming division showdown with the New York Giants.
Dallas Cowboys COO Stephen Jones joins the Ben and Skin show for his weekly interview to discuss the Herschel Walker trade and the upcoming game against the Seahawks.
Cowboys fans have a vision: 2014 middle linebacker Rolando McClain, playing like a Pro Bowler as he is, paired with his predecessor, the injured-for-this-season middle linebacker Sean Lee, playing like the Pro Bowler he is projected to be