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Jerry Jones: Jimmy Johnson was a great coach, I f–ked it up

The Cowboys won two Super Bowls with Jimmy Johnson as their head coach before he and owner Jerry Jones had a bitter divorce. Today, Jones got emotional and seemed to blame himself for the split. Asked about Johnson, Jones raved about the job he did in Dallas. “He’s a great coach and I’m proud to [more]

Mike McCarthy expects Dak Prescott’s full participation in camp

There was every reason to believe Dak Prescott would be a full participant from Day 1 of training camp. The Cowboys quarterback was fully cleared for all football activities before the team’s offseason program. The Cowboys limited Prescott in 11-in-11 work in the organized team activities only to keep him out of harm’s way, not [more]

Jerry Jones: I’d do anything known to man to get in a Super Bowl

There were many things we missed last year during the COVID-19 season that was in 2020. Jerry Jones talking to the media was one of those things. Jerry Jones is good for the NFL, and yes, the NFL has been very, very good to Jerry Jones. It was an emotional Cowboys owner who met with [more]

Former NFL player, coach Jim Shofner dies at 85

Former NFL player and long-time assistant coach Jim Shofner died July 17, Drew Davison of the Fort Worth Star-Telegram reports. Shofner was 85. TCU confirmed Shofner’s death. Shofner, who grew up in Fort Worth and went on to a two-sport career with the Horned Frogs, was a first-round choice of the Browns in 1958. He [more]

Jerry Jones: I thought Michael Irvin had an outstanding message

Cowboys owner Jerry Jones is on board with Hall of Fame wide receiver Michael Irvin, who called out unvaccinated players by saying they’re not doing everything they can to win. Jones said today that he appreciates Irvin, who won three Super Bowls with the Cowboys, telling players that if they want to be champions they [more]

Cowboys agree to terms with Chauncey Golston

With training camp about to begin, Dallas has gotten all its draft picks under contract. Per Michael Gehlken of the Dallas Morning News, the Cowboys agreed to terms with linebacker Chauncey Golston on Wednesday. Golston, a defensive end, was Dallas’ 84th overall pick in the third round out of Iowa. With cornerback Nahshon Wright signing [more]

Stephen Jones: Waiting to sign Dak Prescott was our biggest front office mistake

The Cowboys and quarterback Dak Prescott signed a four-year, $160 million contract in March, but if Cowboys Executive Vice President Stephen Jones had it to do all over again, they would have done the deal a lot sooner. Jones was asked by Pat Doney of KXAS-TV NBC 5 to name the Cowboys’ “biggest swing and [more]

Cornerback Nahshon Wright signs rookie deal with Cowboys

Third-round cornerback Nahshon Wright has signed his four-year rookie contract with the Dallas Cowboys. Wright posted a photo of him signing the contract to his instagram page on Tuesday night. “It’s Official… Blessed beyond measure, none of this would’ve happened it weren’t for family,” Wright wrote in his post. Wright’s signing leaves the Cowboys with [more]

Deion Sanders mad at being called “Deion,” falsely says reporters don’t call Nick Saban “Nick”

Deion Sanders has been called many things in his life. Neon Deion. Prime Time. All-Pro. Hall of Famer. Head coach. But today he got mad at being called by his first name. Sanders, the football coach at Jackson State, walked out of a press conference today because reporter Nick Suss of the Mississippi Clarion Ledger [more]

Report: Nearly 70 percent of Cowboys players are fully vaccinated

The Cowboys’ charter leaves for training camp Tuesday, so they aren’t getting to the NFL’s 85 percent vaccination threshold before practice begins. But the team is moving closer. Last week, a report indicated the Cowboys had only recently gotten 50 percent of their players vaccinated. They now are “close to 70 percent,” Calvin Watkins of [more]

21 NFL teams will hold joint practices in August

The NFL released the entire schedule of joint practices, and 21 teams will have at least one practice with another team. Only Washington, the Lions, Saints, Seahawks, Cardinals, Chiefs, Texans, Jaguars, Bengals, Steelers and Bills will not work with another team. Seven teams — the Eagles, Giants, Dolphins, Patriots, Jets, Panthers and Rams — each [more]

Cole Beasley takes issue with Michael Irvin’s link between vaccines and desire to win

Hall of Fame receiver Michael Irvin has made the obvious connection between COVID vaccinations and victories in 2021, given the competitive advantages that flow from having as many players as possible on a given team vaccinated. And Irvin is right; the teams with the most vaccinated players will operate under 2019 rules. Those that don’t [more]

Michael Irvin: If you’re unvaccinated that means you don’t want to win badly enough

Michael Irvin won three Super Bowl rings in his Hall of Fame career with the Cowboys, and he says what really separates the great teams from the rest is a willingness to do whatever it takes to win. And this year, that means getting vaccinated. Teams with at least 85 percent of their players vaccinated [more]

Original Hail Mary play gets NFT treatment

December 28, 1975. The original Hail Mary occurred that day, with Cowboys quarterback Roger Staubach firing a desperation throw to receiver Drew Pearson at Metropolitan Stadium in Minnesota. The Vikings defended the play horribly, with single coverage on Pearson. Pearson increased the degree of difficulty by pushing cornerback Nate Wright to the ground as the [more]

Randy Gregory felt he “got robbed of a year” by defensive staff’s favoritism of Aldon Smith

Randy Gregory has not played much since the Cowboys made him a second-round choice in 2015, missing 52 games while suspended. But the pass rusher should have played more than he did last season. He saw action on only 271 defensive snaps in 10 games after returning from a fourth career suspension. Only twice in [more]

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