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Jamal Adams’ message to Marcus Maye strongly implies that Adams won’t be back with the Jets

Jets safety Jamal Adams wants to move on. He wants to move on so badly that he seems to be trying to speak it into existence. Consider this not-so-subtle message to Jets safety Marcus Maye: “Brotha just keep being u. Show the world why you’re the best FS in the Game. U deserve everything coming [more]

Dak Prescott officially signs franchise tender

It’s official. Officially. Cowboys quarterback Dak Prescott has signed his exclusive franchise tender, according to David Helman of the team’s official website. He will make $31.4 million in 2020, fully guaranteed. The Cowboys and Prescott have until July 15 to convert the one-year contract to a long-term deal. According to Ian Rapoport of the NFL, [more]

Travis Frederick wins PFWA’s George Halas Award

Former Cowboys center Travis Frederick won the 2020 George Halas Award as selected by the Pro Football Writers of America. The Halas Award is awarded to an NFL player, coach or staff member who overcomes the most adversity to succeed. Frederick missed the entire 2018 season after being diagnosed with Guillain-Barré syndrome during training camp. [more]

DeMarcus Lawrence on Jerry Jones: About us coming together, not one man

Cowboys defensive tackle Gerald McCoy made multiple calls for Cowboys owner Jerry Jones to speak out the issues of racial inequality that have been front and center since the murder of George Floyd last month. Jones’ silence has been notable given how rarely he’s avoided microphones in the past, but another Cowboys player is less [more]

Japanese kicker looking for NFL shot

A Japanese kicker hopes to pursue his dream of playing in the NFL, and he has two teams in particular in mind. According to a report from the Kyodo News, kicker Toshiki Sato said he has drawn some degree of interest from the Cowboys and Raiders, which has sparked his hopes of eventually getting there. [more]

Dak Prescott, Cowboys still tussling over length of contract

The Cowboys and quarterback Dak Prescott have until July 15 to work out a multi-year deal. Prescott, as a source recently confirmed it to PFT, wants a four-year deal. The Cowboys want five. From Prescott’s perspective, a four-year deal easily becomes a five- or six-year deal, thanks to the franchise tag. Also, if the Cowboys [more]

Jamal Adams admits he’s “trying to” land with the Dallas Cowboys

Jets safety Jamal Adams has identified eight teams to which he’d be willing to be traded. There’s one team that sits at the top of his list, however. To no surprise, it’s the Cowboys. Via Rich Cimini of ESPN.com, a fan asked Adams In a cellphone video posted to social media on Sunday asked Adams, [more]

Dak Prescott prevents Cowboys from changing their mind and yanking the franchise tender

As reported initially by ESPN’s Adam Schefter, PFT has confirmed that Cowboys quarterback Dak Prescott will sign the exclusive franchise tender. He’s guaranteed to make $31.4 million in 2020. So why sign it now, several weeks before the deadline for doing a long-term deal? Prescott sacrifices the ability to hold out during training camp and [more]

Dak Prescott to sign franchise tender

The Cowboys don’t have to worry about a holdout of their franchise quarterback. Dak Prescott will sign his franchise tender today or tomorrow, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports. That means he’s willing to play on a one-year deal with a guaranteed salary of $31.4 million in 2020, and he will be there at the start [more]

Report: Around 10 teams have reported at least one positive COVID-19 test

The NFLPA has advised players to stop working out together to prevent the spread of COVID-19. The reason? Jeremy Fowler of ESPN reports that “around 10 NFL teams have reported positive coronavirus tests for at least one of their players.” Reports have indicated the Cowboys, Texans, Rams, Broncos, 49ers and Buccaneers have had a player [more]

49ers not saying who tested positive for the coronavirus

During football season, NFL teams routinely disclose information regarding player health. For now, teams are refusing to say anything about players who have tested positive for the coronavirus. Recently, the Cowboys declined to disclose information about players who reportedly tested positive, refusing not only to give names but also the number of positives. With a [more]

Jamal Adams: It’s time to move on; no hard feelings

Jamal Adams wants a trade. The safety has asked the Jets for one, and he’s telling the team’s fans the same on social media. Adams commented to a fan on Instagram on Friday night, saying, “It’s time to move on. Let it go. Appreciate you guys. No hard feelings. Nothin but luv.” Adams has listed [more]

Gerald McCoy keeps the pressure on Jerry Jones

NFL players have found their voice. And they’re not afraid to use it. Cowboys defensive tackle Gerald McCoy, who fired a shot across the bow at owner Jerry Jones on Thursday, took closer aim on Friday at the multi-billionaire who hasn’t said anything in the 26 days since the murder of George Floyd. “It don’t [more]

Buccaneers on Jamal Adams’ list of preferred teams in a trade

Jets safety Jamal Adams told the team that he wants to be traded this week and he apparently wouldn’t mind joining up with a couple of his former opponents in the AFC East. Adams told former NFL safety and current ESPN personality Ryan Clark that he would love to play for the Buccaneers. Landing Adams [more]

Gerald McCoy backs Juneteenth national holiday, calls on Jerry Jones to speak

Cowboys defensive tackle Gerald McCoy recently became aware of Opal Lee. Her story has inspired him to take action. Lee, a 93-year-old retired schoolteacher, has been trying to get the U.S. government to make June 19 — Juneteenth — a national holiday. Starting tomorrow, she will embark on her second walk in the past four [more]

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