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When will a coach bet on himself?

Jim Caldwell’s it-is-what-it-is approach to his current employment situation in Detroit serves as a reminder of a periodic hot take that often bubbles up for me whenever a good coach closes in on the completion of his contract: When will a coach treat the looming expiration of his deal as a shot at free agency? Rarely…

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Thursday morning one-liners

Bills coach Sean McDermott wants to be up-tempo in practice, and some former Panthers should help that process. The Dolphins are serious about keeping their offensive core together. The Patriots were reportedly among the teams to inquire about trading for Seahawks CB Richard Sherman. The Jets conducted a private workout with North Carolina QB Mitchell Trubisky.…

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Tony Romo returns to golfing

As the Cowboys play chess, checkers, and/or chicken with the Texans and/or the Broncos regarding Tony Romo, Romo is back to playing a different game. Via Clarence Hill of the Fort Worth Star-Telegram, Romo will compete in the Azalea Invitational, Thursday through Sunday at the Country Club of Charleston, South Carolina. Romo ditched competitive golf in…

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Michael Irvin investigated for sexual assault

Hall of Fame Cowboys receiver and NFL Network commentator Michael Irvin is being investigated in a sexual assault case. A 27-year-old woman told police she and Irvin were out at a bar and went back to his hotel together. She says she began to feel sick in his room, remembers fighting him off, and woke…

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Jason Garrett: Nothing has changed with Tony Romo

The Cowboys are still holding onto Tony Romo, weeks after they were reportedly set to release him, and that doesn’t appear to be changing any time soon. Cowboys coach Jason Garrett said today that “nothing has really changed since the end of the season.” Romo is keeping a low profile, but reports are starting to…

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Cowboys extend all 3 coordinators’ contracts

You get an extension. You get an extension. And you get an extension. The Cowboys saw to it that all three coordinators’ contracts were extended before players convene in April for voluntary workouts. ESPN’s Todd Archer reported Tuesday that offensive coordinator Scott Linehan, defensive coordinator Rod Marinelli and special teams coordinator Rich Bisaccia signed off on their…

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Report: Tony Romo “distancing himself” from Cowboys teammates

Tony Romo gave an emotional statement to the media when he returned to the active roster last season and said that he realized it was Dak Prescott’s time in Dallas. He reportedly has some other feelings about the way things have gone down in Big D. Jane Slater of NFL Media reports that Romo has…

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Tuesday morning one-liners

Making a case for the Bills drafting Pittsburgh QB Nathan Peterman. Dolphins owner Stephen Ross has been a big donor to the University of Michigan and would love to see the team draft some players from Ann Arbor. The addition of WR Brandin Cooks and CB Stephon Gilmore excites Patriots owner Robert Kraft. LaVar Ball,…

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Monday morning one-liners

Seven questions regarding the Bills as the league meetings get underway. Was the Dolphins’ playoff berth a result of smoke and mirrors? The Patriots expect to be playing their game in Mexico City in mid-November. Running through the pros and cons of the Jets drafting LSU RB Leonard Fournette. S Eric Weddle has high hopes…

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Cowboys declare “method to the madness” of defensive exodus

The Cowboys weren’t what you’d call great on defense last year, but they were certainly good enough to not stop progress. But losing so many starters on that side of the ball, including nearly the entire secondary, and five total players who started at least seven games for them last year could potentially be a big…

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Michael Irvin: Ezekiel Elliott has to learn how big being a Cowboy is

Hall of Fame Cowboys receiver Michael Irvin thinks there’s a special kind of scrutiny that comes with being a star player on the Dallas Cowboys, and Ezekiel Elliott needs to learn that. Irvin said on KRLD that Elliott has to understand that the kind of attention he got as a star player in college will…

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Isaac Rochell drawing interest from Cowboys, Panthers

A day after the Notre Dame Pro Day workout, former Irish defensive lineman Isaac Rochell paid a visit to PFT Live to discuss his pre-draft experiences. As to the issue that always slides to the top of the stack in the weeks before the selection process, Rochell said he has attracted the most interest so far…

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Cowboys bolster O-line, sign Byron Bell

The Cowboys’ offensive line absorbed a couple departures this offseason, losing right tackle Doug Free to retirement and parting with left guard Ronald Leary in free agency. On Friday, the unit welcomed an addition. Veteran lineman Byron Bell signed with the team following a Friday visit, ESPN’s Todd Archer first reported. Bell missed all of…

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Dean Blandino: Officials can issue warning before penalty for 12 men in huddle

During the Cowboys’ playoff loss to the Packers in January, Dallas was penalized 15 yards for unsportsmanlike conduct when wide receiver Brice Butler was judged to have entered the huddle and then left without participating in a play. The penalty wiped out a 15-yard gain that put the Cowboys on the edge of the red zone…

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Friday morning one-liners

The Bills announced their offseason workout schedule. Will Dolphins DT Jordan Phillips‘ potential meet his production this season? It doesn’t look like WR Michael Floyd will be staying with the Patriots. A look at the newest member of the Jets’ receiving corps. Can the Ravens find LB Terrell Suggs‘ successor in the draft? The Bengals…

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