Jerry Jones doesn’t shrink from talk of his star QB Tony Romo having fallen short in terms of playoff success. In fact, the Cowboys owner enjoys and encourages the debate.
Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo practiced Monday, with his left eye looking better after his second bout with a sty that kept him out of practice for a day early in training camp a month ago.
The Cowboys media team is at least as good as the football team, and it shows in a series of team-produced documentaries on a handful of subjects.
Tony Romo got his first and likely only extended action of the preseason for the Dallas Cowboys, and found one of his reliable options even with Dez Bryant sitting out again.
The first-team offense was crisp despite having two stars on the bench. The first-team defense was sound thanks to the healthy return of two starters.
Cowboys fall to Minnesota Vikings 28-14 but Romo looks good.
Our Aug. 10 exclusive on the Cowboys’ partnership with DraftKings — which we reported would include a “DraftKings Lounge’’ at AT&T Stadium – is now official.
Dallas Cowboys backup quarterback Brandon Weeden, fresh off a concussion in Sunday’s preseason loss at San Francisco, isn’t asking much.
The Cowboys exited Levi’s Stadium on Sunday night with a trio of questionable areas … and one of the trio offering a hopeful answer with … well, another trio.
Their desire to win a Super Bowl hasn’t changed since Romo and Witten came into the league together 12 years ago, or from when Romo became a starter three years later.
The Cowboys have another off day scheduled on Friday before ramping up to San Diego for their first preseason game.
This offense is gonna be pretty darn good again.