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Cowboys LB Rolando McClain sentenced to 18 days in jail

Cowboys linebacker Rolando McClain was sentenced to 18 days in jail on Friday for resisting arrest as well as disorderly conduct. The trial happened on Friday and McClain was found guilty on both charges and sentenced to 18 days in jail. However, McClain won’t be put behind bars just yet. According to, attorneys for McClain filed an immediate appeal seeking to overturn...
Via Pro Football Zone
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Cowboys linebacker Rolando McClain will serve an 18 day jail sentence

A judge on Friday convicted Dallas Cowboys linebacker Rolando McClain of resisting arrest and disorderly conduct in his Alabama hometown and imposed an 18-day jail term that could interrupt the player’s bid to restart his career. Municipal Judge Billy Cook convicted McClain on the misdemeanor counts after a non-jury trial that lasted about three hours. […] The post Cowboys linebacker...
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Report: Cowboys, Dez Bryant not close to getting a contract done

We mentioned on Thursdsay that the Cowboys and wide receiver Dez Bryant are working on a new contract. According to Tim MacMahon of,  the Cowboys and Bryant aren’t close to getting anything finalized. The Dallas Cowboys have had several discussions with the agent for receiverDez Bryant about a lucrative, long-term extension, but the sides are not close to a deal...
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11 hours ago  |  Discuss

Dallas Cowboys: 5 Questions Heading into Training Camp

The Dallas Cowboys may still be “America’s Team”, but the results just have not been there. Dallas has just one playoff win since 1996, and Jerry Jones seems content with Jason Garrett as his coach and Tony Romo as his quarterback. Here are the five biggest questions the Dallas Cowboys face as training camp begins. The post Dallas Cowboys: 5 Questions Heading into Training...
Via Standing O Sports
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Tony Romo: Best version of him will come in next 4 to 5 years

Training camp has started for the Dallas Cowboys and all eyes are on QB Tony Romo. There has been a ton of speculation about Romo’s health this off-season and that has some Cowboys fans worried. Romo, who is 34 years old, spoke to the media after practice and made some comments that will draw a lot of attention. Romo says he feels like his best days are ahead of him as we will...
Via No Guts, No Glory
14 hours ago  |  Discuss

Cowboys plan to use running game more in 2014

Dallas Cowboys running back DeMarco Murray has been campaigning for more carries this upcoming season and it looks like he'll get his wish. “We will be running the ball more,” Cowboys V.P Stephen Jones said, via Clarence E. Hill, Jr. of the Fort Worth Star-Telegram. “I think our offensive line is better than it was last year and I think we ran the ball pretty well last...
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Training camp Day One with the Dallas Cowboys

  (credit: The Dallas Cowboys enter into the 2014 season’s training camp with a renewed, re-energized mentality. Faces will be missed, but they have been replaced and the new faces will soon have you learning their prospective numbers. This spring I had wrote that this season would largely depend on the job the scouts did on available players and how management...
Via Down and Distance
1 day ago  |  Discuss

Jerry Jones gives Jason Garrett a little hope: 'Not a make or break situation'

If Dallas Cowboys head coach Jason Garrett supposed that another subpar season in 2014 would spell his desmise in Dallas, he apparently has nothing to worry about. "In terms of the record of this team, this is not a make or break situation for Jason," owner Jerry Jones said, via's Gregg Rosenthal. "Members of this staff, we've got a job to do. We...
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Kyle Orton Pull a Fast One on Jerry Jones and the Dallas Cowboys?

Training camp is getting underway, and in the next few days every team in the NFL will have started meaning football is not too far off. So while that means we will finally have an excuse to do no house chores on Sunday it also means that we are going to get a rush of gossip before there is actual football to talk.Like how Kyle Orton put one over on Jerry Jones so he could take his...
Via FatManWriting
1 day ago  |  Discuss

Kyle Orton doesn’t want to retire

Well Kyle Orton certainy fooled the Cowboys. Orton indicated he wanted to retire,  so Dallas cut him,  now he wants to keep playing. Jerry Jones said that Kyle Orton doesnt not want to retire and wants to play this year. Orton won the standoff. — Clarence Hill (@clarencehilljr) July 23, 2014 I’m not sure why Orton wanted to leave Dallas,  it’s not like he’s going to get...
Via Pro Football Zone
2 days ago  |  Discuss

Jerry Jones: Kyle Orton Wants To Keep Playing

Last week the Dallas Cowboys parted ways with veteran quarterback Kyle Orton. The move prevented Orton from having to pay back the $3.25 million in prorated signing bonus and seemed to signal his retirement. But now Cowboys owner and general manager Jerry Jones has come out and said the former 2005 fourth round pick has no plans of hanging up his cleats. Photo Credit: DallasCowboys...
Via Gridiron Grit
2 days ago  |  Discuss

Cowboys’ Quotable’s : Melton cleared, Romo ready to put back on burner

Dallas, TX - The Dallas Cowboys officially opened for Training Camp today and it seems as though optimism is coming through in waves. This is the time that folks put their best foot forward and build the team chemistry and camaraderie that according to the Cowboys definitely need. We all know I feel about that talk so we move on. One thing has now become certain, Henry Melton...
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Ex-Cowboys RB Robert Newhouse dies at 64

Former Dallas Cowboys running back Robert Newhouse, who spent 12 years with the team, passed away on Tuesday at the age of 64. Newhouse’s death is reported to be from a combination of a stroke he suffered back in 2010 and heart disease.  The former Cowboys running back gained over 5,700 yards and scored 36 touchdowns in 12 seasons with the team. His best season came in 1975 when...
Via Sportsnaut
2 days ago  |  Discuss

Dallas Cowboys chances of winning the NFC East could hinge on this question

Thank goodness, football is here. All week, training camps open around the NFL, as teams begin the journey toward Super Bowl XLVIX in Glendale, Arizona. Every team in the league has questions that need to be answered, as no one has a clear and easy road map to the Promised Land. But the difference between being a contender and an also-ran usually comes down to one key issue. So as...
Via cover32 - Cowboys
3 days ago  |  Discuss

Dallas Cowboys add another big receiver to lethal corps

The Dallas Cowboys defense is riddled with question marks going into the 2014 season. How will they handle the loss of inside linebacker Sean Lee? Who’s going to step up as a pass rusher with Jason Hatcher and DeMarcus Ware gone? We’ll have to wait until fall to find out. One thing we don’t have to wonder about though is the Cowboys offense, which is always extremely potent...
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3 days ago  |  Discuss
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