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Allen Hurns does two-year, $12 million deal in Dallas

With receiver Allen Hurns agreeing to terms in Dallas, a question lingers regarding Dez Bryant‘s status on the roster. Here’s another fact to add to the broader formula: Per a source with knowledge of the situation, Hurns’ deal is worth $12 million over two years.¬†Bryant, in contrast, will make $12.5 million in 2018 alone. While [more]

Report: Allen Hurns heading to Dallas

The Cowboys found a wide receiver Friday, after looking at some big targets. According to Josina Anderson of ESPN, Allen Hurns said he was going to sign with Dallas. The Cowboys made an effort on Sammy Watkins early this offseason, which did nothing to quell the speculation about Dez Bryant‘s future there. Hurns caught just [more]

Tony Romo thinks Dez Bryant is “misunderstood”

When Tony Romo quarterbacked the Cowboys, he had the chance to work with some receivers known for their big personalities as much as their big plays. But in discussing Terrell Owens and Dez Bryant recently, Romo said the current Cowboys star is “misunderstood.” Bryant’s employment has been the subject of constant speculation this offseason, with [more]

Patriots re-sign LaAdrian Waddle

Two free agent offensive tackles who played for the Patriots in 2017 visited the Cowboys recently, but one of them will be back in New England for the 2018 season. Ian Rapoport of NFL Media reports that the Patriots are bringing LaAdrian Waddle back on a one-year deal. Cameron Fleming was the other tackle to [more]

Tony Romo shoots 5-over in PGA event

Tony Romo appears better at his day job. So to speak. Romo got rave reviews for his first year working as an NFL analyst on CBS. His golf game, though, got panned Thursday. The former Cowboys quarterback shot a 5-over 77, tying for 128th as of now and ahead of only three players, in the [more]

Cowboys finally restructure Travis Frederick’s contract

The Cowboys finally restructured Travis Frederick‘s contract, Todd Archer of ESPN reports. A report last week said they would restructure his deal, but the Cowboys didn’t need the room until Thursday after coming to terms with linebacker Joe Thomas and receiver Deonte Thompson in the past 24 hours. Dallas turned most of Frederick’s $10 million [more]

Cowboys sign Deonte Thompson

The Cowboys spent time with a few receivers this week and they signed one of them on Thursday. Agent David Canter announced that his client Deonte Thompson has agreed to a deal with Dallas. He joins linebacker Joe Thomas additions to the Cowboys roster this week. Thompson joined the Bills after playing five games for [more]

Report: Browns, Ravens pursuing Allen Hurns

Wide receiver Allen Hurns didn’t lack for immediate interest after being released by the Jaguars this week and he went to Dallas to visit with the Cowboys on Wednesday. Hurns was initially slated to visit with the Jets, but changed his plans in light of the snowstorm that hit the area. The Jets and Cowboys [more]

NFL says Dez Bryant, Jesse James plays would be catches under new rule

Two of the most controversial plays in recent NFL history would have gone the other way if the proposed new catch rule had been in effect. NFL head of officiating Al Riveron tweeted that the infamous Dez Bryant non-catch against the Packers in the 2014 playoffs, and the infamous Jesse James non-catch against the Patriots [more]

LB Joe Thomas becomes Cowboys’ first free agent signing

The Cowboys have lured their first free agent. They agreed to terms on a two-year deal with linebacker Joe Thomas, Todd Archer of ESPN reports. Thomas visited The Star on Wednesday. His signing likely won’t appease Cowboys fans, who are up in arms at the team’s lack of activity in the first wave of free [more]

Dontrelle Inman visited Colts

The Colts’ search for receiving help has led them to a player with ties to their new head coach and offensive coordinator. Head coach Frank Reich was the offensive coordinator for the Chargers in 2014 and 2015 while Nick Sirianni was on the staff from 2013 until being hired in Indianapolis. Sirianni was the wide [more]

Linebacker Joe Thomas visiting Cowboys

Joe Thomas is visiting the Cowboys. No, not that Joe Thomas. Todd Archer of ESPN reports Dallas will host the former Packers linebacker as it continues a parade of visitors on the second week of free agency. Receivers Allen Hurns and Deonte Thompson are among the eight visitors to The Star this week. The team [more]

Terrell Owens picks former receivers coach as his presenter

Terrell Owens has selected one of his former receivers coaches to present him at his induction in Canton this summer. George Stewart, Owens’ position coach in San Francisco, will have that honor, the Pro Football Hall of Fame announced Wednesday. “He knew what to get out of me. He became a father figure to me,” [more]

Deonte Thompson set to visit Cowboys

The Cowboys have started delving into the free agent wide receiver market this week and the list of players they’re interested in has expanded to include Deonte Thompson. According to multiple reports, the Cowboys have set up a visit with Thompson. Thompson opened last season with the Bears, but was released in October. He caught [more]

Orlando Scandrick feels like Cowboys gave up on him

NFL players have to motivate themselves however they can, even if it means inventing that motivation. The latest example is new Washington cornerback Orlando Scandrick, who claims his previous team gave up on him. Even though, you know, he asked them to release him, and the Cowboys granted his request. “Whenever you get released, there’s [more]

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