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Former Cowboys fullback reported missing

Former Cowboys running back Lincoln Coleman is missing for the second time in 10 months. He was last seen in Old East Dallas last Friday, the Dallas Morning News reports. He was seen about 4 p.m. near Interstate 30 in a silver 2016 Ford Escape with Florida license plate GVF-P44. Coleman, 48, has a “diminished [more]

Report: Cowboys showed interest in Kenny Vaccaro last year

Early in the 2017 season, there was a report that teams had reached out to the Saints about trading for safety Kenny Vaccaro. Nothing came of it, however, and Vaccaro remained in the New Orleans lineup until he landed on injured reserve because of a core muscle injury in December. No teams were mentioned in [more]

Former Cowboys scout Jim Garrett, father of Jason, passes away

Long-time NFL scout Jim Garrett, the father of Cowboys coach Jason Garrett, died Friday night. He was 87. Garrett’s wife, Jane, and all eight of their children were by Jim Garrett’s side when he passed away, according to a release from the Cowboys. Jim Garrett originally joined the Cowboys in 1968 as a scout and [more]

After Garoppolo, who’s next?

It’s become a tradition around here. When a new high-water mark is set for the quarterback market, we take a look at who’s next. So with Jimmy Garoppolo breaking the bank in the Bay Area, here’s a snapshot of the quarterbacks who will be getting paid, sooner or later. 1. The Next Wave. Kirk Cousins. [more]

Stephen Jones: We expect to compete for Super Bowl title

Jerry Jones was screaming in his pillow about the Eagles making it to the Super Bowl and winning the Super Bowl. Although the Cowboys haven’t won the Super Bowl — or even reached it — since the 1995 season, they were an NFC-best 13-3 in 2016 before going 9-7 and missing the playoffs in 2017. [more]

DeMarcus Ware would like to mentor pass rushers

DeMarcus Ware said that a few teams contacted him about returning to action after he retired following the 2016 season, but he didn’t have the desire to play again. Ware wouldn’t mind having a role with one of his former teams, though. Ware worked for NFL Network in his first year of retirement, but his [more]

Colts switching to 4-3 defense

The Colts, we know, are sticking with the three coaches Josh McDaniels hired before he ultimately turned down the job. It means the team’s new coach won’t get his own defensive coordinator, offensive line coach or defensive line coach. Indianapolis already hired Matt Eberflus, Dave DeGuglielmo and Mike Phair for those jobs, respectively. “We will [more]

Tony Romo to play in PGA Tour event next month

No longer having to worry about his back or offseason training, Tony Romo has the time and the freedom to play golf. Now, though, instead of critics questioning his offseason commitment to football when he’s on the course, the CBS lead NFL analyst’s golf game will go under the spotlight. Romo will play in next [more]

Cardinals hire Jason Michael as tight ends coach

The Cowboys wanted Jason Michael. The Cardinals got him. Arizona hired Michael as its tight ends coach, Alex Marvez of the Sporting News reports, after Michael turned down Dallas. Michael, 39, replaces Rick Christophel on new coach Steve Wilks’ staff. Michael spent the past two seasons as the Titans’ quarterbacks coach after serving as their [more]

Jerry Jones screaming into his pillow about the Eagles

The NFC East became the first division in the NFL with four teams that have won the Super Bowl when the Eagles beat the Patriots last Sunday, but divisional pride probably didn’t make Cowboys owner Jerry Jones feel any better. Jones was in Minneapolis for NFL Honors on Saturday night and was asked about the [more]

Eagles, among other things, wrap up 32nd pick in 2018 NFL Draft

The offseason started for most teams long before the confetti fell last night. But like a Broad Street hangover, the reality is about to hit the Eagles that they don’t have much to work with this offseason, at least in terms of draft capital. With the loss, the Patriots earned the 31st pick in the [more]

NFC East first division with four Super Bowl winners

The Eagles won the first Super Bowl in team history on Sunday night and they also helped make another bit of history in the process. With the Eagles’ win, every team in the NFC East has won the Super Bowl at least once. That makes the NFC East the only division to have a Super [more]

Full list and details of Hall of Fame Class of 2018

It took Terrell Owens three years for his gold jacket. Randy Moss is in on the first ballot. The wide receivers will go into the Pro Football Hall of Fame together as part of the Class of 2018. Owens and Moss are joined by safety Brian Dawkins, linebacker Ray Lewis, linebacker Brian Urlacher, seniors candidates [more]

Terrell Owens gets the call from the Hall of Fame

Terrell Owens’ Hall of Fame candidacy has been hotly debated the last few years, but it won’t be a topic leading up to the 2019 election. Owens announced on Instagram that he has been elected to the Hall of Fame. He will join Randy Moss to make it a two-receiver class in Canton this summer. [more]

Report: Cowboys move money around in La’el Collins’ contract

The Cowboys frequently move money around in contracts, creating more cap space. They already have started that process this offseason, having converted some of La'el Collins‘ 2018 salary into a signing bonus, Field Yates of ESPN reports. Collins will get $150,000 now as part of a signing bonus, allowing the Cowboys to spread the bonus [more]

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