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Cole Beasley signs four-year deal with Cowboys

The Cowboys have reached agreement on a multi-year deal with one of their wide receivers. No, not that one. It’s Cole Beasley who has signed his name to a new contract with the team. Beasley was set to become a restricted free agent this offseason, but the team has gone further than that to secure…

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Tuesday morning one-liners

A preview of the free agent running backs, including Bills RB C.J. Spiller. Will the Dolphins be bidders for Ndamukong Suh? A look at the decisions the Patriots have to make in the secondary. The Jets are likely to be in the market for a wide receiver again. Will Ravens WR Torrey Smith’s market be affected…

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Cowboys officially place franchise tag on Dez Bryant

Over the weekend, Cowboys executive vice president Stephen Jones said it “would be a stretch” for the team to reach agreement on a long-term deal with wide receiver Dez Bryant before the deadline to use the franchise tag. There were no last-minute surprises and Dallas officially placed the tag on Bryant on Monday afternoon. If…

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Super Bowl ticket lawsuit finally goes to trial

More than four years ago, folks who had bought tickets for Super Bowl XLV showed up for the game only to learn that the seats corresponding to the tickets didn’t exist. Finally, the case is going to trial. Jury selection, opening statements, and testimony are expected Monday in federal court in Dallas. The lawyer representing…

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Monday morning one-liners

Bills DL Corbin Bryant is spending three weeks working for Under Armour this offseason. DT Jared Odrick ran into Dolphins exec Mike Tannenbaum at the airport, which may have given them a chance to talk contract. The time for the Patriots to make a call on using the franchise tag on S Devin McCourty has…

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Sunday morning one-liners

Perusing quarterback candidates for the Bills to add this offseason. Wayne Diesel has been named sports performance director for the Dolphins and Dennis Lock was promoted to director of analytics. What will the Patriots do regarding CB Darrelle Revis? Don’t expect QB Michael Vick to be back with the Jets. A couple of tight end…

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Stephen Jones: DeMarco Murray talks are slow, he’ll test the market

If DeMarco Murray signs a new contract with the Cowboys this offseason, it will only be after testing the free agent market. That’s the word from Cowboys Vice President Stephen Jones, who said the Cowboys’ talks with the agents for the free agent running back have been “slow.” “[Murray] is probably going to, you know,…

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Police Blotter

3/1/15:  Ravens DB Victor Hampton is arrested for DWI. 2/5/15:  Colts RB Ahmad Bradshaw is charged with marijuana possession. 2/4/15:  Cowboys RB Joseph Randle is arrested on marijuana possession charges. 2/3/15:  Packers DT Letroy Guion is arrested for felony possession of marijuana and a firearm. 2/3/15:  Colts LB D’Qwell Jackson is arrested for assault. 2/2/15: …

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Reports: Dez Bryant set to receive franchise tag

The Cowboys are reportedly ready to give their top wide receiver the franchise tag. Dez Bryant is likely to be designated the Cowboys’ franchise player on Monday, club COO Stephen Jones said Saturday, according to Mark Lane of Fox Sports Southwest. “I still think that it’s probably, you know, would be a stretch to think…

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Former Dallas County D.A. claims no knowledge of Wal-Mart incident

The man who would have been ultimately responsible for prosecuting any crimes that may have been committed in the early morning hours at a Lancaster, Texas Wal-Mart on July 11, 2011 says he no knowledge of the incident. Via Mike Fisher of 105.3 The Fan in Dallas, former Dallas County District Attorney Craig Watkins said…

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Friday morning one-liners

Bills RB Fred Jackson said he spoke to impending free agent C.J. Spiller about remaining with the team. Defensive tackle will be a spot to watch in free agency for the Dolphins. WR Aaron Dobson is working to put himself in better position to help the Patriots. What should the Jets do in the first…

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Nelson Peterson mentions three teams as potential destinations for Adrian

Officially, the Vikings can now speak to running back Adrian Peterson. Unofficially, it sounds like multiple teams have been talking to someone. On Thursday, Adrian’s father, Nelson Peterson, told Chris Tomasson of the St. Paul Pioneer Press that the elder Peterson has heard “rumors” of three potential destinations for Adrian. “I’ve heard rumors, Arizona,” Nelson…

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Lancaster police say they don’t have Wal-Mart video

When Ian Rapoport of NFL Media secured and published the police report from a July 11, 2011 incident at a Lancaster, Texas Wal-Mart, the chase for the surveillance video corresponding to that incident intensified. First up, the Dallas Morning News attempted to get the video from the Lancaster, Texas police. “Rona Stringfellow, assistant city manager…

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Cowboys have no comment on Wal-Mart incident report

On Thursday morning, the media company partially owned by the Cowboys published a police report from a July 2011 incident at a Wal-Mart in Lancaster, Texas.  The Cowboys tell PFT that they have no comment on the police report. Previously, the Cowboys haven’t officially commented on the reports and rumors of an incident at a…

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NFL Media releases 2011 Wal-Mart incident report involving Dez Bryant

In November, Ian Rapoport of NFL Media rattled off a laundry list of occasions when police were called to the home of Cowboys receiver Dez Bryant.  The raw number of incidents — six — was troubling.  But the content of each specific instance showed that, in isolation, they were nothing. As mentioned last Friday, February 20, when…

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