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Cowboys one of six teams talking with Vikings about Adrian Peterson

One more week is all the Minnesota Vikings are giving another team to make a deal for running back Adrian Peterson. If no trade happens next week, or presumably before the NFL Draft on April 30th, Peterson will remain in Minnesota, according to reports, per the St. Paul Pioneer Press. The paper also reports, via a source, that the Vikings are currently talking with six teams...
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Dorial Green-Beckham is an Idiot For Refusing to Visit Cowboys

As far as Dallas Cowboys fans are concerned it is probably a good thing that wide receiver Dorial Green-Beckham decided he did not want to visit with the team. In today's NFL who wants a player with such a checkered past? Is there any reason to believe that he is not going to do something stupid again? Of course there is no reason to think he will either.That's the tough part for...
Via FatManWriting
21 hours ago  |  Discuss

Tony Romo drops a little Deflategate humor at ACM Awards

  Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo, with the prompting of host Blake Shelton, threw a little jab at the New England Patriots Sunday night during the ACM Awards (ACM stands for Academy of Country Music for ya’ll northerners, who probably weren’t tuning in to catch Romo’s joke). After Romo threw a pass to Luke Bryan, Shelton asked if the ball was “one of those deflated...
Via Low Brow Sports
22 hours ago  |  Discuss

Dwayne Harris was the jack-of-all-trades for the Dallas Cowboys, but…

He wasn’t necessarily too high on the Dallas Cowboys priority list when trying to figure out what to do with some of their free agents a couple weeks ago. Some would argue that Dwayne Harris was quite possibly one of those elite players on the roster when it came to how much he did for the team, but would it be right to say that he deserved a boatload of money to stay on the roster...
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Dez Bryant likely a no-show at workouts, Jones not concerned

Amid angling for a new contract, it wouldn't be much of a surprise if Dallas Cowboys receiver Dez Bryant decides to skip the team's offseason workout program, which begins Monday. Bryant and his reps are holding out hope that a new deal is reached by the July 15th deadline; as a result, he's not signing the franchise tender worth $12.82 million. Seeing how Bryant is a pretty...
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Tony Romo delivered the dumbest F'en Deflategate joke at #ACMawards50

The 2015 Academy of Country Music Awards took place at AT&T Stadium on Sunday night. Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo was brought in as a guest to introduce a performer. Romo threw a football to Luke Bryan, who caught it. Blake Shelton asked if the ball was properly inflated.“Blake, we’re the Dallas Cowboys. We have real balls,” Romo replied.A) Tony Romo has won nothing...
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Here Is Tony Romo’s Full Appearance At The 2015 ACMs

Tony Romo is keeping busy this offseason, and most recently spent some time on camera at the 2015 Academy of Country Music Awards. Romo made the appearance which included a pass to Luke Bryan who was in the crowd, as well as a deflategate joke which ended with Romo saying, “we’re the Dallas Cowboys, we Article found on: Next Impulse Sports
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Tony Romo zings Patriots at Country Music Awards

The 2015 Academy of Country Music Awards took place at AT&T Stadium on Sunday night. And since the event was held at the venue that is home to the Dallas Cowboys, quarterback Tony Romo was brought in as a guest to introduce a performer. But before he did, Blake Shelton interrupted him, and asked Romo to throw a pass to country singer Luke Bryan. Romo threw a football to Bryan...
Via The Sports Daily
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Vikings set price for Peterson, Cowboys continue to be interested

According to Andrew Krammer of ESPN 1500, the Vikings have set the price for running back Adrian Peterson despite the team insisting they do not want to trade the rusher. Peterson was reinstated on Friday, but the running back stated that he wants a 'fresh start' on another team, with the Oakland Raiders and Dallas Cowboys being the top teams interested. Krammer writes: ...
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Dez Bryant: Best Receiver in the NFL?

In 2010, the Dallas Cowboys selected Dez Bryant with the 24th pick of the NFL Draft. Since that day, Bryant has steadily built his case for why he belongs in the discussion with the best receivers in the league. But has he done enough over the past three years to replace Calvin Johnson for the number one spot? I personally believe he has, and this piece will cover why exactly I have...
Via Pro Football Spot
2 days ago  |  Discuss

Gurley Medical Re-check Good, Could Cowboys Trade up?

The medicals re-checks were to be done today in Indianapolis, and we now have official news on Todd Gurley – he’s good to go. Doctors re-examined his knee and everything is on track for him to be potentially ready for training camp. With the green light now on Gurley, teams can lock in his draft status on their boards, and I wonder where other teams will have him. Most teams...
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2 days ago  |  Discuss

Report: Cowboys Still Making Run At Adrian Peterson

The Dallas Cowboys are among the four “teams to watch” for a potential Adrian Peterson trade, NFL Media’s Ian Rapoport reported Thursday evening on Path to the Draft. According to Rapoport, if a trade does happen, it will be during the upcoming 2015 NFL Draft (April 30 to May 2). The other three teams to watch for a potential A.P. trade are the Bucs, Cardinals and Jaguars...
Via Gridiron Grit
3 days ago  |  Discuss

Report: Long-Term Deal Between Cowboys & Dez Bryant Now Unlikely Following Advisor Change

According to Jason Cole of the Bleacher Report, the news that Cowboys WR Dez Bryant is parting ways with long-time advisor David Wells could have a negative impact on his his future in Dallas. Cole mentions that the Cowboys view Wells as a “vital” part of Bryant’s life to ensure that he remains on the right ... The post Report: Long-Term Deal Between Cowboys & Dez Bryant...
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3 days ago  |  Discuss

As the NFL turns, all eyes are on the Dallas Cowboys

It wouldn’t be an NFL offseason unless there were one maybe two Dallas Cowboys stories in the mix. This season it seems the Cowboys couldn’t stay out of the headlines. And as we all know that’s music to team owner Jerry Jones’ ears. Whether you love the Cowboys or not, it’s arguably safe to say most NFL fans want to know what’s going on with the Cowboys. The first major...
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3 days ago  |  Discuss

Cowboys already tampering with Adrian Peterson?

  It looks like the Dallas Cowboys are in the clear when it comes to tampering with Adrian Peterson.   It makes all the sense in the world that Peterson — who was reinstated by the league Thursday — will land in Dallas at some point as there seems to be mutual interest, but for the time being, he’s a member of the Minnesota Vikings. The fact that Peterson is...
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Dez Bryant agent power struggle could be blocking contract extension

Representatives for Dez Bryant are in a power struggle that could be impeding progress on contract extension talks between the wide receivers and Dallas Cowboys, according to reports. Bryant, who scored a career-high 16 touchdowns last season, switched representation from Eugene Parker to Roc Nation Sports last fall. That switch reportedly upset Cowboys owner Jerry...Read More
Via Larry Brown Sports
4 days ago  |  Discuss

Spieth jokes about winning big money from Tony Romo in golf

Jordan Spieth has pulled in plenty of money during his brief professional career, but it always helps to have a few additional revenue streams. He apparently has found that by taking some money off of Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo on the golf course. Spieth is from Dallas and a fan of the local sports...Read More
Via Larry Brown Sports
4 days ago  |  Discuss

Cole Beasley 2015: Swole Beasley or Lull Beasley?

2014 was the season in which people outside the Dallas Cowboys organization began to recognize the name Cole Beasley. True Blue 'Boys fans, however, have known about Beasley's athleticism and potential as an NFL wide receiver since back in his college days with Southern Methodist.Beasley was a rising star in 2014, and an essential cog in the juggernaut Dallas offense, doubling his...
Via Pro Football Spot
4 days ago  |  Discuss

Is This Morris Claiborne's Last Year with Dallas?

In the 2012 NFL draft, Morris Claiborne was projected to be the best defensive prospect of the entire class. He was named the SEC’s defensive player of the year during his previous season at LSU, and many analysts believed he was easily a top-10 pick. As a result, the Dallas Cowboys sold the farm to the St. Louis Rams, who had the No. 6 overall pick, to nab him, giving them their...
Via Pro Football Spot
5 days ago  |  Discuss

Terrell Owens disses the Dallas Cowboys: They missed their window

Sometimes when I’m sitting quietly sipping peppermint tea, I find myself wondering what Terrell Owens is thinking about. It goes something like this: Say, Tim. Remember that fantastic, handsome, athletic, charismatic wide receiver who everybody loved and was the greatest player and most interesting human in the history of the National Football League? His name was Terrell Owens...
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5 days ago  |  Discuss

Dallas Cowboys Top the List of Best NFL Franchises of the Super Bowl Era

According to CBS Sports, a criteria point scale was developed to determine the greatest NFL team of the Super Bowl era. As it stands right now, the Dallas Cowboys top the list as the NFL’s best franchise. The criteria for coming to this conclusion is as follows: Super Bowl wins (10 each) Super Bowl losses (5 each) Hall of Famers (3 each) Division titles (1 each) All-time winning...
Via Sportsnaut
5 days ago  |  Discuss

Cowboys 7-Round Mock Draft Headlined by Byron Jones, CB, UConn

We are two weeks out from the NFL Draft in Chicago and the Cowboys draft targets have been visiting Valley Ranch at a furious pace. The Cowboys have brought in a lot of running backs, cornerbacks, and quarterbacks to run a fine tooth comb through. It sure feels like those three are atop the Cowboys positional targets with the amount of time they have put in with private workouts...
Via CowboysBlog.Net
5 days ago  |  Discuss

Dallas Cowboys: Is Wide Receiver a draft need?

Defensive line, running back, cornerback, safety, linebacker, and offensive tackle. Those are all the positions of need that come to the forefront of conversation when assessing the Dallas Cowboys draft needs. While the first three are unarguably more important to the roster than adding another pass catcher, wide receiver isn’t as strong as many believe. It all starts with All...
8 days ago  |  Discuss

Cowboys Will Not Exercise 5th-year Option on Claiborne

There is a deadline approaching for Morris Claiborne on May 3rd and it is the option for the Cowboys to give him a 5th-year on his rookie contract. The 5th-year option is only applicable to players selected in the 1st round. The Cowboys would in essence be guaranteeing Claiborne a roster spot and a whopping $11.1 million for the 2016 season, he’s done zero to earn such a deal...
Via CowboysBlog.Net
11 days ago  |  Discuss

Bisexual NFL player is offended by Michael Sam's comments

A unidentified bisexual NFL player has reportedly spoken with TMZ Sports, stating that comments made by Michael Sam that were directed at other gay NFL players were offensive to him. Sam indicated last week that he was not the only gay player in the NFL. The player, who did not wish to be identified by name, and has played for several seasons, then responded with his view on the...
Via Sportsnaut
21 days ago  |  Discuss

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