Report: Dallas Cowboys And Dak Prescott Re-Engage In Contract DiscussionsDak Prescott's team and the Cowboys are back at the negotiation table.
Amari Cooper, Dallas Cowboys Agree To 5-Year, $100M DealThat keeps the four-time Pro Bowl receiver in Dallas through the 2024 season, a source tells CBS Sports -- Adam Schefter of ESPN, first to report.
Cowboys Extend TE Blake JarwinThe Dallas Cowboys and tight end Blake Jarwin have come to an agreement on a multi-year contract worth up to $24.25 million.
Former Cowboy Romo To Remain With CBS After Agreeing To $17M, Long-Term ContractTony Romo will remain with CBS as its top NFL analyst after agreeing to a record extension.
Cowboys Have Had No Contract Talks With QB Dak Prescott Since SeptemberStephen Jones spoke with the media Monday and said that the team has not met or negotiated with Dak Prescott's representation since September.
Jason Garrett Is Still Cowboys Head Coach As Owner Jerry Jones Remains SilentFriday was the fifth day without a resolution publicly since the season finale last Sunday.
Cowboys Coach Jason Garrett Addresses His Contract, Player Injuries At ConferenceJason Garrett took the podium Thursday knowing this Sunday could be his final game as the Cowboys head coach.
Owners Upset After Being Charged For Pet Wellness Plan After Animal DeathA North Texas pet owner discovered she was obligated to pay for a health wellness plan even after her dog died.
Dallas Cowboys Owner Jerry Jones Says Team Prepping To Play Without ZekeDallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones says he's operating under the assumption that Ezekiel Elliott will miss regular-season games because of a holdout.
Dallas-Based AT&T, Union Say 20,000 Striking Workers Are Back On The JobThe picket lines are gone. The Communications Workers of America and AT&T say 20,000 workers in the Southeast who went on strike over the weekend are coming back to work.
American Airlines Sues Unions, Accusing Workers Of SlowdownAmerican Airlines accuses its mechanics and their unions of conducting an illegal work slowdown to gain leverage in contract talks, and the airline is asking a federal judge to stop the activity.