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Rolando McClain is the Cowboys new starting middle linebacker

With the NFL regular season ready to kickoff,  it looks like the Dallas Cowboys’ starting middle linebacker will be Rolando McClain. Bruce Carter says he's starting strong side LB with Rolando McClain at MLB and Justin Durant weak side. #Cowboys — Drew Davison (@drewdavison) September 1, 2014 If McClain can be half the player Lee is,  they might be in good shape. ...
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Tony Romo expected to get a full workload this week

Photo Works/ With week one of the 2014 NFL regular upon us,  the Dallas Cowboys have some good news. Starting quarterback Tony Romo is expected to full practice this week as they prepare to play the 49ers this coming Sunday.  Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo is expected to practice three straight days for the first time this summer when the players return to...
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Jimmy Johnson: They're always having some kind of anniversaries down there, I guess because they don't go to Super Bowls anymore

Former Dallas Cowboys coach Jimmy Johnson and current owner Jerry Jones couldn't get along and keep a forming dynasty to prosper after winning two Super Bowls. Johnson stepped down after Jones needed the spotlight after feeling overlooked for his part of developing the early 90's Cowboys. Don Van Natta's ESPN profile of Cowboys owner Jerry Jones, who Johnson refused...
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The Dallas Cowboys Are The Most Boring, Over-Publicized NFL Team

Why can’t we talk about another NFL team? Why is it always about the Cowboys? Sick and tired of Tony Romo and the Dallas Cowboys? Mostly sick? No one outside of Texas — with the exception of Skip Bayless, questionably a martian — likes talking about that football team. This isn’t a place for Cowboy bashing. It should be the opposite. I’d like to provide a moderated evaluation...
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Dallas Cowboys defense hinges on three players.

Dallas, TX- The Dallas Cowboys are about open the season up with a pretty big test as Jim Harbaugh and his 49er’s are on their way down to Dallas for this once iconic showdown. In fact, the entire 2014 season will be one big test as everyone around the nation is looking at this defense and not coming away with much of an impression. The defense is particularly going to struggle...
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Dallas Cowboys land Niners Special Team Ace

Safety C.J. Spillman has agreed to sign with the Dallas Cowboys, according to ESPN Dallas. Spillman, 28, a special teams player who was credited with a career-high 25 tackles last season, was cut Saturday by the San Francisco 49ers. He played 59 games for the 49ers over the last four seasons after beginning his career […] The post Dallas Cowboys land Niners Special Team Ace appeared...
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Cowboys claim two more players

The Dallas Cowboys have been working hard. @RavensInsider: Cowboys awarded Donald Hawkins off waivers from the Browns Cowboys signed DE Jack Crawford, formerly of the Raiders. They also claimed G Donald Hawkins the former offensive lineman from the Cleveland Browns. In a corresponding move the team released John Wetzel the former Boston college offensive tackle. The post Cowboys...
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Cowboys sign former Seahawk freak athlete

Today the Dallas Cowboys signed LB Korey Toomer, formerly of the Seahawks. Toomer is a freakish athlete, but had injury problems during Seahawks camp. He’s definitely worth a flier for the linebacker-needy Cowboys. The post Cowboys sign former Seahawk freak athlete appeared first on NFL Draft Diamonds.
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Cowboys, Browns take from each other’s discard pile

If the Cowboys and Browns knew how things were going to wind up playing out, they might have just made a trade before Saturday’s cut to 53 players instead of waiting to acquire a player from the other team via waivers. There’s no going back in time, though, so we’ll just have to wonder what the world’s reaction to a trade involving LaRon Byrd and Donald Hawkins might have...
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Cowboys reportedly tried to trade for Ryan Mallett

The Dallas Cowboys were also in talks with the Patriots regarding a trade for quarterback Ryan Mallett. Mallett of course ended up being sent to the Texans for a sixth round pick. Why did the #Texans have to trade for Ryan Mallett instead of claim him? The #Cowboys were in talks with #Patriots, too. — Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) August 31, 2014 var ACE_AR = {Site: '898551...
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Jimmy Johnson: Jerry Jones comes off like a rich A-hole

It’s no secret that Cowboys owner Jerry Jones and former coach Jimmy Johnson don’t get along. Despite winning several times as head coach, Johnson and Jones parted ways. Recently, Jerry Jones said that he wouldn’t consider putting Jimmy Johnson in the Cowboys Ring of Honor, which is pretty much a slap in the face considering Johnson was integral in bringing those championships...
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Jerry Jones: I Don’t Plan To Put Jimmy Johnson In Ring Of Honor

It seems Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones still harbors some hard feelings towards the man who led his franchise to back-to-back Super Bowls during the mid-90′s. Despite their falling out, Johnson says he has an assurance from Jones that he will eventually be inducted in the Cowboys’ Ring of Honor.  Jones told ESPN, not so fast. In an interview on Outside the Lines, Jones...
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Dallas Cowboys cut 21, including a few surprises.

Dallas, TX – The Dallas Cowboys have officially made their cuts and are beginning to work the phone lines in order to claim some guys that can help the team with depth before the start of the season. The full list as follows thanks to our pal Bryan Broaddus: Here is the list via @BryanBroaddus — Draft Cowboys™ (@DraftCowboys) August 30, 2014 The Cowboys...
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Cowboys Getting Down to 53-Man Roster

The turk, aka, the reaper will be making his rounds around the NFL today, and the Cowboys have been trickling down their cuts. So far the Cowboys have released: Jamar Newsome, WR D.J. Adams, RB Kenneth Boatright, DE Will McClay has a list of players they’ll hope to bring back to the practice squad, along with a list off guys they’ll nab of waivers. If Cowboys remain short or...
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2 days ago  |  Discuss

Dallas Cowboys: Who Will Be Next Breakout Star in 2014?

Star players often steal the spotlight around the NFL. But every year, we also witness plenty of promising young playmakers who step out of the shadows and make a name for themselves with a breakout season. Some of these guys were merely backups or barely even played the previous year (if they saw the field at all), while others were full-fledged starters who are just on the cusp...
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4 days ago  |  Discuss
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