What The Franchise-Tag Numbers Mean To The Dallas CowboysWe now know what the NFL salary cap will be for the NFL in 2016, and that new number - $155.27 million - is not a surprise for the Dallas Cowboys.
Three Offensive Lineman & Bailey Named To Pro BowlIt's been a disappointing season for Dallas Cowboys, although, they may have something to be proud of today.
Cowboys Sit Bryant, Smith In Practices With RamsDez Bryant and Tyron Smith would likely be playing -- and maybe even practicing -- if the Dallas Cowboys were back home in the middle of the regular season.
Charles Haley Still Providing PressureLost in the aftermath of Dez's entertaining sideline brawl on Monday was the fact that Charles Haley was sparking a little practice excitement too.
Cowboys OT Tyron Smith Has Heart For Rescue DogsIn his down time, Cowboys offensive lineman Tyron Smith is doing his best to protect man's best friend.
Jerry Jones: Cowboys OL Could Be Special For 10 YearsTeams don't usually hold press conferences after signing an undrafted free agent. La'el Collins isn't your standard undrafted free agent.
Dallas Leads AP All-Pro Team With 4 PicksThe Dallas Cowboys led all teams with four picks to the 2014 Associated Press NFL All-Pro team announced Friday.
Rookie Zack Martin Makes Quick Impression In DallasMartin is possibly the last first-round piece of a rebuilt offensive line for the Cowboys, a versatile blocker with more starts at Notre Dame than anyone in school history.
Romo, 5 Other Cowboys, Chosen For Pro BowlThe Dallas Cowboys are sending six players, including quarterback Tony Romo and leading NFL rusher DeMarco Murray, to the Pro Bowl.
Cowboys Sending Six Offensive Starters To Pro BowlThe NFL named their Pro Bowl players and the Dallas Cowboys lead the NFL with six total offensive players chosen. Here is who made the cut as the Cowboys' Pro Bowl choices.
Cowboys Practice Report: Romo, Tyron + A D-Line ScoopThe Fan has learned of another piece of news that the Cowboys hope will impact the Thursday night outcome in Chicago against the Bears
Cowboys Respond To Eagles Trash TalkThe Philadelphia Eagles head into Dallas for a Thanksgiving Day battle with the Dallas Cowboys and Bennie Logan already started talking trash, dismissing the Cowboys' offensive line.

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