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Report: Giants won’t play at Cowboys until Week 2, will host Dallas in Week 17

The Cowboys and Giants have kicked off the season at AT&T Stadium the past three seasons and four of the past five. It annually ranks as one of the highest-rated games of the season. However, the teams won’t kickoff the season against each other this season, Art Stapleton of northjersey.com reports. The Giants will open [more]

Report: Cowboys to continue tradition of playing the Thursday following Thanksgiving

The Cowboys have played every Thanksgiving Day since 1978, and they played 10 other Thanksgiving Days before that, too. It’s a Dallas tradition to watch football on Turkey Day. Apparently, the Cowboys have another Thursday tradition the following week, too. According to Jeff Duncan of the New Orleans Times-Picayune, the Cowboys will host the Saints [more]

Dak Prescott drops some weight, since he’s “getting older”

Most smart players realize the longer they’re in the league, the better they have to take care of their body. Some figure it out sooner than most. Cowboys quarterback Dak Prescott said he’s lost 10 pounds since the end of the season, though he hardly seemed heavy to begin with. “I’m getting older,” Prescott told [more]

Courtland Sutton gets in visit with Cowboys

Wednesday is the last day that teams can host draft prospects on visits to their facilities and the Cowboys are spending part of it with a player who they’ve shown interest in over the course of the pre-draft process. Ian Rapoport of NFL Media reports that SMU wide receiver Courtland Sutton met with the team [more]

All or Nothing gives short shrift to Jones vs. Goodell

The eight-episode All or Nothing series focusing on the 2017 Dallas Cowboys takes fans behind the curtain on a variety of topics, ranging from the important to the banal. (Case in point: In one 30-second stretch, owner Jerry Jones raves to his sons about the quality of a hot dog bun at a high-school football [more]

Jason Garrett ripped “soft” Cowboys offense after Week Two loss at Denver

Broncos G.M. John Elway made waves during the 2017 season for publicly calling his team soft. Early in the year, Elway’s Broncos prompted the coach of another team to privately make the same assessment about his own team. “The whole thing was soft,” coach Jason Garrett tells his offense after a Week Two loss in [more]

Jason Witten committed to football, hopes to play until he’s 40

Jason Witten has played 15 seasons. He will play at least one more and hopes to play three more after that. Speculation began about Witten’s future after a Sporting News report that FOX was interested in hiring Witten, who auditioned for Thursday Night Football. Witten said Tuesday he has no interest in a TV job [more]

Cowboys refute Dez Bryant’s “Garrett’s guys” comments

Jason Garrett, Jason Witten, Sean Lee, Dak Prescott and Travis Frederick all refuted Dez Bryant‘s “Garrett’s guys” comment, joining Stephen Jones in wondering what the receiver is talking about. “Friday was an emotional day for all of us,” Witten said, via Jon Machota of the Dallas Morning News. “I don’t know what all that [Garrett’s [more]

Cowboys expect to draw record crowd of 270,000 to draft

The NFL won’t use every seat at AT&T Stadium for its draft next week, instead creating an “end-zone theater.” But the Cowboys still expect around 25,000 fans to witness the selection process inside the stadium each day. The NFL’s draft lottery for free tickets set a record, and with a capacity of 108,000 each day [more]

Stephen Jones doesn’t understand Dez Bryant blaming “Garrett’s guys”

Dez Bryant has called his release “personal.” Stephen Jones disagrees, saying it’s “business.” Jones, the team’s executive vice president, said the release of the star receiver Friday was in “everybody’s best interest.” “I think it’s always difficult because Dez was an amazing player for us,” Jones said on 105.3 The Fan on Tuesday. “He helped [more]

Eric Weddle reached out to Dez Bryant

Former Cowboys wide receiver Dez Bryant is thought to be interested in playing for an NFC East team like the Giants in order to maximize his chances to face his former team, but there’s been no sign that those clubs are moving to add him to the roster. There has been word of interest from [more]

What’s the best fit for Dez Bryant?

Former Cowboys receiver Dez Bryant wants to play for the Giants or, presumably, either of his former team’s two other rivals in the NFC East. But none of these teams may be the best fit. So which teams would be the best fit? That was the subject of Tuesday’s PFT Live draft. Simms and I [more]

Dez Bryant wants to play for the Giants

Immediately after Dez Bryant was released by the Cowboys, he said he would play them twice this year, indicating that he’d end up in Washington, Philadelphia or New York. Of those three teams, Bryant appears most interested in the Giants, according to Mike Fisher of 105.3 The Fan. “The Giants,” Bryant told Fisher, “got a [more]

Cowboys sign David Irving and Scott Daly

Cowboys defensive lineman David Irving made it official, signing his tender Monday. He will make $2.9 million in 2018 and is scheduled to become a free agent in 2019. In the past two seasons, Irving has 11 sacks and five forced fumbles in 23 games. The Cowboys also announced they signed a long snapper, Scott [more]

Byron Jones moves from safety to cornerback

Byron Jones introduced himself as a cornerback Monday, via multiple tweets. That means the Cowboys have made the anticipated move with Jones, who spent most of his first three seasons at free safety. He last played corner in his rookie season of 2015 when he started four games there. Jones, a former first-round pick, played [more]

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