Why Cowboys Won't Likely Push 'The Move-Up Button' In NFL DraftThere aren’t just “words’’ to suggest the Dallas Cowboys will “stand pat’’ in the No. 28 slot in the first round of Thursday’s NFL Draft. There is also “logic.’’
Cowboys Jaylon Smith: The 'Lift' They Need?The Dallas Cowboys say they are "fired up" about Jaylon Smith's chance to play in 2017. Unfortunately, that's not "fire" reference that is required here. But how about that lifting? And how about those toes?
Cowboys Honor Ware, Ponder Need With Post-Romo Future SecureJerry Jones honored DeMarcus Ware with a ceremonial signing Monday that allowed the franchise sacks leader to retire as a Dallas Cowboy on the same day the team owner discussed how the draft might help find the next dominant pass rusher.
Nerve In Jaylon Smith's Knee Regenerating; LB Can Lift His Toes & FootA report says a nerve in Jaylon Smith's knee is starting to regenerate and the linebacker can now lift his toes and foot.
Stephen Jones: "More Fired Up Than Ever" About Drafting Jaylon SmithWhen asked how Jaylon Smith was doing, Jones said he was more "fired up than ever" that they picked him last year.
Stephen Jones Open About Cowboys Draft 1 And 1-A NeedsThe Cowboys have seven picks in the upcoming draft, including their first-rounder at No. 28. Jones said the approach of picking “the best player still applies.’’
Cowboys Jaylon Smith: Dropfoot And 'The Greatest Deed'The suggestion that he can play with a brace on his foot and ankle to supplement the feeling in the knee and stabilize the dropfoot is a theory, not a fact.
Cowboys Owner Jerry Jones: 'Cool It' On Romo Talk In many ways, it’s Job 1 for the Dallas Cowboys this offseason: What’s next for Tony Romo. But just because it’s important doesn’t mean Jerry Jones has to discuss it openly.
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.