Cowboys To Open 'What-If Window' For LB Jaylon SmithOn Monday, Cowboys COO Stephen Jones spoke with us at 105.3 The Fan, telling us that the team will 'probably' activate both Smith and running back Darren McFadden ahead of the NFL-imposed deadline of Tuesday.
Are The Cowboys Losing The Older Generation?Cowboys COO Stephen Jones answered frankly a question about whether he's concerned that an entire generation of Dallas fans have yet to see the team win big. "Of course," he said. "I'm worried every day that we don't get a championship."
Cowboys To Stick With Kids At DE Rather Than FreeneyIn part because they want to give offseason snaps to young prospects, the Cowboys aren't clamoring for veteran free-agent pass-rushers like Dwight Freeney.
Cowboys 'Chills' Amid Baylor's Briles NewsThe reverberations of coach Art Briles being ousted as head of the scandal-plagued Baylor University football program were felt in the Cowboys organization.
Jaylon Smith Signs 4-Year Deal With Dallas CowboysJaylon Smith signed his four-year deal with the Cowboys, team COO Stephen Jones tells The Fan, but that’s just another step in a long process.
Dallas Cowboys Bosses: Unfiltered Quotes From The NFL Draft
Stephen Jones Says A Running Back Can Be Good Enough To Warrant A Top Five SelectionThe clock is ticking for the Dallas Cowboys. The NFL Draft is nine days away and everyone is wondering what they're going to do with the number four overall pick.
Cowboys 'Legal Tampering Day' As Free Agency BeginsOn Wednesday, the start of the NFL business year, teams can sign restricted free agents. But today opens a window of discussion and negotiation and (privately) done deals that will be announced as "done'' on and after Wednesday.
KT's Combine Notes: WednesdayKT brings you the latest from the NFL Combine in Indianapolis.
Stephen Jones Says Cowboys Would Be Interested In Former Picks That Were High On Their Draft BoardCowboys COO Stephen Jones touched on many things related to what could be in store for the Cowboys off-season today on the GBAG Nation.
On The 2-6 Cowboys' Signposts Up AheadDallas this year has two wins. So 1-15 is mathematically impossible. But at 2-6, the math also says you don’t rebound from that to make the playoffs -ever.
Cowboys Plan To Proceed Without HardyThe Cowboys are proceeding through 'Giants Week' as if All-Pro pass-rusher Greg Hardy will be unavailable for Week 1 - though his replacement at tight end, incumbent team sack leader Jeremy Mincey, seems unconcerned.