Tony Romo has the day off for rest and rehab, Rolando McClain is back home taking care of personal business, Tyron Smith is getting hardware, there’s a new player joining the team and Joseph Randle is likely feeling lucky he’s still on the team.
Inside the walls of Valley Ranch, Doug Free’s reputation as a “tough guy” is beyond reproach. But his toughness is about to get tested.
Tony Romo insists there is nothing to be alarmed about in the wake of him sitting Wednesday’s practice, the Dallas Cowboys QB simply chalking it up to ‘back tightness.’
Scandrick arrived at at the club’s Valley Ranch headquarters this morning and rejoined the team as the result of the NFL reaching an agreement with the NFL Players Association on changes to its performance-enhancing drug policy.
Michael Sam never earned a draft-worthy grade from the Cowboys personnel department. But the accomplishments of the NFL’s first openly gay player may win him a spot on the Dallas practice squad.
Skipping workouts with leg cramps has raised more questions about his desire, but the Cowboys aren’t in a rush to judge McClain heading into a preseason game Saturday night at Miami.
The Cowboys defense took a step towards taking shape on Tuesday morning as projected opening-day starting cornerbacks Brandon Carr and Morris Claiborne were both in pads.
Orton missed all the voluntary workouts amid reports that he is contemplating retirement. Dallas coach Jason Garrett has said he expected Orton to show up for the mandatory three-day minicamp that started Tuesday.
He’s wasted little time in OTAs earning the starting right-guard job. And with the news of his signing his contract on Monday, he’s wasted little time getting the financial bookkeeping out of the way.
The Cowboys are tangled up in a circumstance that has precedence – a veteran at the end of his career is either questioning his willingness to play or wishing his team increases pay
Pigskin purists like to claim there are two favorite sports in Texas: 1) Football. And 2) Spring football. On Tuesday at Valley Ranch, “favorite sport No. 2” launches with full-team OTAs for the Dallas Cowboys.
Bradie James is retiring with the Dallas Cowboys after the linebacker spent nine of his 10 seasons with the team that drafted him in 2003.