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  • Sources: Cowboys DE Lawrence has broken foot
    • Sources: Cowboys DE Lawrence has broken foot
    DeMarcus Lawrence has a broken foot, but it's unknown how long he'll be out, a source told ESPN's Todd Archer....2021
  • • Ezekiel Elliott lament loss of “best player on offense” Zack Martin to COVID diagnosis
    The Cowboys got bad news four days before the season-opening game at Tampa Bay. Pro Bow guard Zack Martin has tested positive for COVID and will miss the game. Running back Ezekiel Elliott put the loss in context. “Zack’s our best player on our offense,” Elliott said, via Todd Archer of ESPN.com. “I mean most [more]...2021
  • • Cowboys activating CeeDee Lamb, Damontae Kazee, Carlos Watkins from COVID list
    The Cowboys are set to get a handful of players back from the COVID-19 reserve list on Thursday. Todd Archer of ESPN.com reports that wide receiver CeeDee Lamb, safety Damontae Kazee, and defensive tackle Carlos Watkins will be activated from the list. That will allow them to rejoin practice with a week to go until [more]...2021
  • • Report: Cowboys agree to terms with Corey Clement
    The Cowboys’ roster cuts Tuesday left them with only two running backs. They added a third Wednesday. Dallas has agreed to terms with free agent running back Corey Clement, Todd Archer of ESPN reports. The Giants released Clement this week. He will back up Ezekiel Elliott and Tony Pollard and play special teams. Clement played [more]...2021
  • • Report: Teams interested in trade for Connor McGovern
    The Cowboys used a third-round choice on offensive lineman Connor McGovern in 2019. He has played only 14 games with eight starts and is listed as a backup on Dallas’ depth chart. That’s why teams “are eying a move” for McGovern in a potential trade, Todd Archer of ESPN reports. The Cowboys, though, are reluctant [more]...2021
  • • Report: Dak Prescott’s MRI shows strain is healing well
    Dak Prescott underwent another MRI on Saturday, as planned, after the Cowboys returned to Dallas-Fort Worth, and the MRI’s results were as expected. Todd Archer of ESPN reports the test revealed Prescott’s latissimus strain is “healing well.” The quarterback removed himself from practice July 28 after experiencing pain in his throwing shoulder. An original MRI [more]...2021
  • Source: Cowboys DT Gallimore out for 6-8 weeks
    • Source: Cowboys DT Gallimore out for 6-8 weeks
    The Cowboys will be without projected defensive line starter Neville Gallimore for 6-8 weeks due to a dislocated left elbow injury, a source told ESPN's Todd Archer. Gallimore was injured in Dallas' preseason loss to Arizona....2021
  • • Amari Cooper “real close” to 100 percent
    Amari Cooper remains on the physically unable to perform list after ankle surgery in January. But the Cowboys star receiver is close to returning, he said Tuesday. “I wouldn’t say I’m quite 100 percent yet, to be completely candid, but I’m real close,” Cooper said, via Todd Archer of ESPN. “I can do everything, maybe [more]...2021
  • • MRI reveals muscle strain in Dak Prescott’s right shoulder
    An MRI of Dak Prescott‘s right shoulder revealed “purely precautionary” is a muscle strain, the Cowboys announced. Todd Archer of ESPN reports Prescott has a latissimus strain in his throwing shoulder. The Cowboys say the quarterback will undergo treatment, with athletic trainers and doctors evaluating him on a day-by-day basis. Thus, it is unknown when [more]...2021
  • • Report: Cowboys placing Amari Cooper, DeMarcus Lawrence on PUP to begin camp
    As the Cowboys ended their offseason program in June, receiver Amari Cooper was reportedly in danger of missing the start of training camp with an ankle injury. Now we know that will in fact be the case. Per ESPN’s Todd Archer, Cooper is one of six Dallas players who will begin training camp on the [more]...2021

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  • • Source: Cowboys DT Gallimore out for 6-8 weeks
    The Cowboys will be without projected defensive line starter Neville Gallimore for 6-8 weeks due to a dislocated left elbow injury, a source told ESPN's Todd Archer. Gallimore was injured in Dallas' preseason loss to Arizona....2021
  • • Amari Cooper “real close” to 100 percent
    Amari Cooper remains on the physically unable to perform list after ankle surgery in January. But the Cowboys star receiver is close to returning, he said Tuesday. “I wouldn’t say I’m quite 100 percent yet, to be completely candid, but I’m real close,” Cooper said, via Todd Archer of ESPN. “I can do everything, maybe [more]...2021
  • • MRI reveals muscle strain in Dak Prescott’s right shoulder
    An MRI of Dak Prescott‘s right shoulder revealed “purely precautionary” is a muscle strain, the Cowboys announced. Todd Archer of ESPN reports Prescott has a latissimus strain in his throwing shoulder. The Cowboys say the quarterback will undergo treatment, with athletic trainers and doctors evaluating him on a day-by-day basis. Thus, it is unknown when [more]...2021
  • • Report: Cowboys placing Amari Cooper, DeMarcus Lawrence on PUP to begin camp
    As the Cowboys ended their offseason program in June, receiver Amari Cooper was reportedly in danger of missing the start of training camp with an ankle injury. Now we know that will in fact be the case. Per ESPN’s Todd Archer, Cooper is one of six Dallas players who will begin training camp on the [more]...2021
  • • Sean Lee retires
    Sean Lee is calling it a career. Lee, a 2010 second-round draft pick who spent 11 seasons with the Cowboys, told Todd Archer of ESPN he has decided to retire. The 34-year-old Lee was a first-team All-Pro in 2016 and a defensive captain in Dallas for several years, although injuries significantly limited him for much [more]...2021
  • Sources: Cowboys LB Smith set for wrist surgery
    • Sources: Cowboys LB Smith set for wrist surgery
    Cowboys linebacker Jaylon Smith is set to undergo left wrist surgery, sources tell ESPN's Todd Archer....2021
  • • Report: MRI of Leighton Vander Esch’s ankle shows ligament issue
    Cowboys linebacker Leighton Vander Esch said Sunday night that the right ankle injury that forced him out of the game against the 49ers was not a break. An MRI showed a ligament issue in Vander Esch’s ankle, Todd Archer of ESPN reports. The Cowboys are not ruling out Vander Esch for Sunday’s game against the [more]...2020
  • • Cowboys place Sean Lee, La’el Collins on IR
    The Cowboys made the expected moves Sunday, placing right tackle La'el Collins and linebacker Sean Lee on injured reserve, Todd Archer of ESPN reports. Collins and Lee are eligible to return to the active roster after missing three games. Lee has a pelvis injury that kept him from practicing in training camp, while Collins is [more]...2020
  • • Report: Cowboys ‘likely to lose’ Robert Quinn this offseason
    The Dallas Cowboys struck gold last offseason by acquiring edge rusher Robert Quinn. Now coming off an outstanding season, the Cowboys are reportedly prepared to lose Quinn to free agency. According to ESPN’s Todd Archer, the Cowboys are likely going to let Quinn walk this offseason with the pass rusher heading for a lucrative contract. The 29-year-old defensive end led the team with 11.5 sacks an...2020
  • • Zack Martin had ankle surgery
    Cowboys right guard Zack Martin was on injury reports for a variety of reasons during the 2019 season, but never missed a game. One of those injuries landed him in the operating room this week, however. Todd Archer of ESPN.com reports that Martin had ankle surgery on Tuesday. He also dealt with elbow and back [more]...2020

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  • • Report: Cowboys agree to terms with Corey Clement
    The Cowboys’ roster cuts Tuesday left them with only two running backs. They added a third Wednesday. Dallas has agreed to terms with free agent running back Corey Clement, Todd Archer of ESPN reports. The Giants released Clement this week. He will back up Ezekiel Elliott and Tony Pollard and play special teams. Clement played [more]...2021
  • • Report: Teams interested in trade for Connor McGovern
    The Cowboys used a third-round choice on offensive lineman Connor McGovern in 2019. He has played only 14 games with eight starts and is listed as a backup on Dallas’ depth chart. That’s why teams “are eying a move” for McGovern in a potential trade, Todd Archer of ESPN reports. The Cowboys, though, are reluctant [more]...2021
  • • Cowboys sign Reggie Davis, waive Stephen Guidry
    The Cowboys have signed receiver Reggie Davis, Todd Archer of ESPN reports. The team released receiver Stephen Guidry in a corresponding move. Davis was with the Cowboys for parts of 2018 and 2019, spending some time on their practice squad. He has remained a free agent since the Bears cut him May 17. Davis spent [more]...2021
  • • Cowboys sign fourth-round choices Jabril Cox, Josh Ball
    The Cowboys have agreed to terms with two more draft choices. They reached agreement with fourth-round selections Jabril Cox and Josh Ball, Todd Archer of ESPN reports. The Cowboys already signed fifth-rounder Simi Fehoko, sixth-rounder Quinton Bohanna, sixth-rounder Israel Mukuamu and seventh-rounder Matt Farniok. That leaves first-rounder Micah Parsons, second-rounder Kelvin Joseph and third-rou...2021
  • • Cowboys agree to terms with draft picks Simi Fehoko, Quinton Bohanna
    The Cowboys have reached agreements with two more draft choices. The Cowboys got sixth-round choice Israel Mukuamu and seventh-round selection Matt Farniok on board earlier in the day. They now have agreed to terms with fifth-round pick Simi Fehoko and sixth-round choice Quinton Bohanna, Todd Archer of ESPN reports. The Cowboys, who begin their rookie [more]...2021
  • • Sean Lee retires
    Sean Lee is calling it a career. Lee, a 2010 second-round draft pick who spent 11 seasons with the Cowboys, told Todd Archer of ESPN he has decided to retire. The 34-year-old Lee was a first-team All-Pro in 2016 and a defensive captain in Dallas for several years, although injuries significantly limited him for much [more]...2021
  • • Zack Martin, Tyron Smith, and La’El Collins restructure contracts with Cowboys
    The Cowboys had three offensive linemen with cap hits north of $12 million for the 2020 season, but they moved to lower those hits and open cap space to use in other spots. Todd Archer of ESPN.com reports that the Cowboys have restructured the contracts of left tackle Tyron Smith, right guard Zack Martin, and [more]...2021
  • • Cowboys hope for long-term deal with Dak Prescott before March 9
    Mike Florio recently explained in a PFT post why the Cowboys need to get a long-term deal completed with Dak Prescott before the franchise-tag deadline March 9. That’s exactly what the team hopes to do, Todd Archer of ESPN reports. The two-week franchise-tag window opens Tuesday, so the clock is ticking on a new deal. [more]...2021
  • Jason Witten retiring; 'gave it my absolute all'
    • Jason Witten retiring; 'gave it my absolute all'
    Jason Witten is retiring after 17 seasons and intends to sign a one-day contract with the Cowboys to retire with the franchise, he told ESPN's Todd Archer....2021
  • • Eagles request interview with Kellen Moore
    Cowboys offensive coordinator Kellen Moore flirted with the Boise State head coaching job before agreeing to a new contract to remain in Dallas, but that extension apparently isn’t stopping others from thinking about hiring Moore. Todd Archer of ESPN.com reports that the Eagles have requested an interview with Moore. It’s the first time Moore’s name [more]...2021

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  • • Report: Dak Prescott’s MRI shows strain is healing well
    Dak Prescott underwent another MRI on Saturday, as planned, after the Cowboys returned to Dallas-Fort Worth, and the MRI’s results were as expected. Todd Archer of ESPN reports the test revealed Prescott’s latissimus strain is “healing well.” The quarterback removed himself from practice July 28 after experiencing pain in his throwing shoulder. An original MRI [more]...2021
  • • DE Robert Quinn likely to be victim of Cowboys' high-profile free agency to-do list
    The Cowboys have a few significant contract issues on tap. Dak Prescott, Amari Cooper and Byron Jones are free agents, leaving the rest of the team’s crop as clear back-burner candidates. Perhaps as a result of the high-profile glut atop  Dallas’ early-offseason priority list, the team is unlikely to bring back Robert Quinn, Todd Archer of ESPN.com writes.  The Cowboys traded for Quinn last year, ...2020
  • • Cowboys may look to leverage Earl Thomas’ interest in joining them
    Jerry Jones only helped add fuel to the fire today regarding Earl Thomas potentially joining the Cowboys. When asked if the organization would pursue some help at safety, the team’s owner made his answer pretty clear. “Yes,” Jones told ESPN’s Todd Archer (Twitter link). “That’s about all I’ll say, but yes.” Of course, it’s important to note that Jones never explicitly mentioned Thomas, but it’s pr...2019
  • • Cowboys work out WR Sammie Coates
    The Cowboys are kicking the tires on wide receiver Sammie Coates, according to Todd Archer of ESPN.com (on Twitter). Coates was cut loose by the Texans earlier this week and was not claimed on waivers, making him a free agent.  Coates had one catch for 12 yards this year and mostly played on special teams for Houston. That’s likely to be his role in Dallas, if signed, though he could have an oppor...2018
  • • Ezekiel Elliott won’t ask for more carries
    The Dallas Cowboys are 1-2 on the season, and their offense is struggling. In total yards, they rank 30th. But in points, they’re even worse. Averaging 13.7 points per contest ranks them 31st in the league. It comes down to a couple of things, of course. Quarterback Dak Prescott doesn’t have weapons at wideout, and he’s struggling. Then there’s third-year halfback Ezekiel Elliott.Through three gam...2018
  • • Ezekiel Elliott: Cowboys defeat ‘is on me’
    On the surface, Ezekiel Elliott put up a solid day on Sunday, rushing for over 100 yards against the Seattle Seahawks. However, in his mind, two major mistakes meant he was at fault for Dallas’s defeat.An illegal touch on his part negated a 31-yard touchdown in the second quarter, and his fourth quarter fumble stalled Dallas’s comeback attempt in their 24-13 loss to the Seahawks.“I had a poor perf...2018
  • • Jason Garrett led charge in changing NFL’s celebration rules
    It turns out Dallas Cowboys head coach Jason Garrett doesn’t mind players celebrating.Garrett, who has notables who love to celebrate such as Ezekiel Elliott and Dez Bryant on his roster, apparently stepped up and helped the league change its mind on the celebration rules this offseason.Here’s ESPN’s Todd Archer capturing Garrett’s detailed thoughts on the matter:“I think as much as anything else ...2017
  • • Witten signs four-year extension with Cowboys
    If the contract extension he signed with the Dallas Cowboys on Tuesday is any indication, Jason Witten may be planning to play in the NFL as long as Tom Brady.According to ESPN’s Todd Archer, Witten and the Cowboys have agreed to a four-year extension that will keep the tight end under contract with the team through 2021. The new deal includes no additional guaranteed money, but it gives the Cowbo...2017
  • • Elliott wants 'closure' in NFL domestic violence investigation
    Ezekiel Elliott has been cleared by police in an alleged domestic violence case since early September, yet the NFL is still investigating the incident. This isn’t something that sits well with the Dallas Cowboys Running back, who said he wants “closure” after Sunday’s loss to the Green Bay Packers. “I do want closure,” Elliott told reporters on Sunday (h/t Todd Archer of ESPN). “I would rather it ...2017
  • • Ezekiel Elliott Unharmed After Car Accident Near Cowboys' Practice Facility
    2017

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  • • Cowboys work out Malcolm Smith, Ray-Ray Armstrong
    Several Cowboys linebackers are dealing with injuries at the moment and the team looked at a couple of possible veteran additions to the group on Tuesday. Todd Archer of ESPN.com reports that the Cowboys brought Malcolm Smith and Ray-Ray Armstrong in for a look. Smith appeared in two games for the Jaguars earlier this season. [more]...2019
  • • Jason Witten: Jerry Jones' critical comments are 'completely fair'
    Cowboys owner Jerry Jones essentially blasted his team’s coaches after Sunday’s loss to the New England Patriots, but it doesn’t sound as if it’s having any impact on the players. Jones said after Sunday’s loss that the coaching had not been good enough, and that he “shouldn’t be this frustrated” considering the “makeup” of the team. Longtime Cowboy Jason Witten, who has been associated with the o...2019
  • • Cowboys DL David Irving to miss Week 5
    The Cowboys moved David Irving on to their active roster earlier on Saturday and placed Travis Frederick on injured reserve to do so. However, they will not have the defensive lineman at their disposal on Sunday night. Irving did not make the trip with the Cowboys to Houston and will miss his would-be 2018 debut, according to Jon Machota of the Dallas Morning News. Both Jerry and Stephen Jones sai...2018
  • • Jerry Jones: Cowboys are not looking for a better backup QB
    When examined purely through an investment and experience lens, the Cowboys’ quarterback depth chart looks like the NFL’s strangest. Behind fourth-round pick Dak Prescott are second-year undrafted free agent Cooper Rush and fifth-round rookie Mike White.Were Prescott to go down, Dallas could be at a significant disadvantage. But the Cowboys are content with their situation behind Prescott at the m...2018
  • • Cowboys' David Irving won't face additional discipline
    Cowboys defensive tackle David Irving will be suspended for the first four games of the 2018 season after violating the NFL’s substance abuse policy, but the Dallas lineman won’t face any other discipline for domestic violence allegations after his alleged victim recanted her allegations, according to Todd Archer of ESPN.com. In April, an ex-girlfriend of Irving claimed the Cowboys defender assaul...2018
  • • David Irving won't be disciplined over DV allegations
    Already without defensive end David Irving for the first four games of the season after he violated the NFL’s substance abuse policy, the Dallas Cowboys were preparing for the youngster to be sidelined even longer.Earlier this offseason, allegations arose that the fourth-year defender assaulted his ex-girlfriend. While she later recanted and police in Frisco refused to press charges, the NFL works...2018
  • • Is DeMarcus Lawrence a rising star in the NFC East?
    Cowboys defensive end DeMarcus Lawrence is the rising star of the NFC East, ESPN.com’s Todd Archer writes. “Rising star” can be defined in a number of ways, but Archer argues that Lawrence had his best season ever in 2017, making him the breakout player of the division. With 14.5 sacks last year and a Pro Bowl nod, it’s hard to argue.Lawrence proved that he can be the “war daddy” that owner Jerry ...2018
  • • Jerry Jones weighs in on NFL's Ezekiel Elliott investigation
    The NFL has turned over the contents of its investigation into Ezekiel Elliott’s off-field issues, and Jerry Jones says there is no evidence of domestic violence.Speaking with media on Sunday before training camp begins for the Dallas Cowboys in Oxnard, Calif., Jones said the following about what he’s seen.“I have reviewed everything and there is absolutely nothing – not one thing – that had anyth...2017
  • • Cowboys have not given away Romo’s locker, jersey number
    If Tony Romo ever returns to the Dallas Cowboys for some reason, his old locker and jersey number will be waiting for him.According to ESPN’s Todd Archer, the Cowboys have yet to assign Romo’s No. 9 jersey to anyone and his old locker inside AT&T Stadium remains vacant. While the team has not said if any of that is a coincidence, Archer notes that no one wears No. 12 because of Roger Staubach nor ...2017
  • • Tony Romo has no plans to fill out retirement paperwork
    Tony Romo is about 99 percent retired, but he has no immediate plans to fill out retirement paperwork as he moves into the next phase of his professional career.“Romo has not filed retirement papers with the NFL and it is not something that is planned at the moment,” wrote ESPN’s Todd Archer. “That does not mean Romo will return to playing status anytime soon, but it does mean the option remains o...2017

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  • • Report: Cowboys placing Amari Cooper, DeMarcus Lawrence on PUP to begin camp
    2021
  • • Cowboys to place Andy Dalton on COVID-19 list
    The concussion protocol isn’t the only obstacle Cowboys quarterback Andy Dalton will have to clear in order to return to the lineup. Todd Archer of ESPN.com reports that the Cowboys will put Dalton on the reserve/COVID-19 list on Tuesday. There’s no word on whether a positive test or close contact with an infected person is [more]...2020
  • • Jared Veldheer retires rather than sign with Cowboys
    Jared Veldheer won’t be suiting up soon, for the Cowboys or anyone else. According to Todd Archer of ESPN.com, the veteran offensive tackle has decided to retire instead of accepting an offer from Dallas. Veldheer came back last year to play two games for the Packers, but has a long resume of starting experience (113 [more]...2020
  • • Report: Cowboys extend Randy Gregory’s contract through 2021
    The NFL conditionally reinstated defensive end Randy Gregory last week. The Cowboys extended his contract Tuesday. Todd Archer of ESPN reports the one-year extension, which will tie Gregory to the Cowboys through 2021, includes a $200,000 signing bonus. Gregory can make up to $2.1 million next season. Gregory is scheduled to make $825,000 in base [more]...2020
  • • Cowboys place Sean Lee, La’el Collins on IR
    2020
  • • Cowboys release Ha Ha Clinton-Dix
    The Cowboys signed Ha Ha Clinton-Dix in March to shore up their safety position. They released Clinton-Dix on Thursday after he failed to win a starting job, Todd Archer of ESPN reports. The Cowboys signed Clinton-Dix to a one-year, $3.75 million deal with $2.25 million in guarantees. His departure opens up $1.5 million in cap [more]...2020
  • • New Cowboys DE Aldon Smith's contract details revealed after surprise signing
    The Cowboys shocked the NFL world on Wednesday by agreeing to a one-year deal with edge-rusher Aldon Smith, who hasn’t played in the league since November 2015. As expected, Smith’s pact doesn’t contain any guaranteed money, but Todd Archer of ESPN.com has outlined the parameters of Smith’s contract, which could potentially net the 30-year-old $4M. In order to earn any money whatsoever, Smith must...2020
  • • Cowboys sign TE Blake Bell
    Blake Bell is heading to Dallas. The Cowboys have reached an agreement with the tight end, reports ESPN’s Todd Archer. The 2015 fourth-rounder has bounced around the NFL a bit throughout his career, and he spent the 2019 campaign with the Chiefs. Known mostly as a blocking tight end, Bell has still managed to contribute in the receiving game. In 15 games (seven starts) last year, the 28-year-old h...2020
  • • Cowboys reach deal with Joe Looney on one-year deal
    After losing swing guard Xavier Su'a-Filo earlier in the day, the Cowboys have reached agreement with swing interior lineman Joe Looney. Looney will get a one-year deal, Todd Archer of ESPN reports. Looney, 29, has spent the past four seasons in Dallas, starting 20 games. He has played center, right guard and left guard. He [more]...2020
  • • Report: Cooper Rush agrees to sign restricted tender
    The Cowboys continue to work on a deal for starting quarterback Dak Prescott, but they have their backup agreed to terms. Todd Archer of ESPN reports Cooper Rush has agreed to sign his restricted free agent tender worth $2.1 million with the Cowboys. Rush originally signed as an undrafted free agent in 2017. He has [more]...2020

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  • • Jason Garrett: WR signings have nothing to do with Dez Bryant
    The Dallas Cowboys have signed free agent wide receivers Allen Hurns and Deonte Thompson this offseason, and there were also reports that they pursued Sammy Watkins. That has led to speculation that they are looking to move on from Dez Bryant, but Jason Garrett insists one thing has nothing to do with the other.On Tuesday, Garrett had high praise for Bryant and insisted the Cowboys are not making ...2018
  • • Cowboys not bracing for Elliott suspension with Hillman signing
    The Dallas Cowboys signed veteran running back Ronnie Hillman on Thursday, which led to some speculation that they may be bracing for an Ezekiel Elliott suspension to start the season. Not so, says head coach Jason Garrett.According to Garrett, the Cowboys added Hillman to their roster because undrafted free agent running back Jahad Thomas is battling a hamstring injury.“It really has everything t...2017
  • • Dak Prescott: Cowboys are Tony Romo’s team
    If the Dallas Cowboys offered Dak Prescott the chance to keep his starting job even after Tony Romo returned, the rookie wouldn’t turn it down. But for now, he is focused on doing and saying all the right things. While speaking to reporters after practice Wednesday, Prescott reiterated that he is just keeping the seat warm for Romo. “This is Tony’s team,” he said, per Todd Archer of ESPN.com. “I k...2016
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  • • Jerry Jones vouches for fired Baylor coach Art Briles
    Former Baylor coach Art Briles has expressed confidence that he’d be back in coaching next year, after being forced out of his previous job during a widespread sexual assault scandal, and the ensuing coverup. And when he does, he’ll have an endorsement from Cowboys owner Jerry Jones in his pocket. Via Todd Archer of ESPN.com, Jones…...2016
  • • After Yet Another Suspension, Jerry Jones' Cowboys Have Soul Searching to Do
    2016
  • • Joseph Randle Charged with Felony After Threatening Detention Deputy
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  • • Cowboys have a total of six quarterbacks set for pre-draft visits
    Even though everyone realizes they need a better backup quarterback, Cowboys owner Jerry Jones has done everything he can to quell the notion that he’s taking one with the fourth overall pick. But his list of pre-draft visits won’t do anything to stop the speculation. According to Todd Archer of ESPN.com, the Cowboys have scheduled…...2016
  • • Joseph Randle Arrested for Battery: Latest Details on Former Cowboys RB
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