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Jason Garrett: Dak Prescott is a fantastic player who’s going to get better

For four seasons and 64 starts, Dak Prescott had Jason Garrett as his coach. Garrett left Dallas after the 2019 season and became the Giants’ offensive coordinator last year. Garrett was in Arlington in Week 5 when Prescott severely injured his right ankle, needing immediate surgery to repair a compound fracture and dislocation. As Prescott [more]

Tony Romo gets sponsor’s invite to Korn Ferry Tour event in April

Former Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo will play in April’s Veritex Bank Championship on a sponsor’s invite, the Korn Ferry Tour announced on Tuesday. The Korn Ferry Tour is the “Triple-A” tour on the road for professional golfers to the PGA Tour. The event will be held at Rangers Golf Club in Arlington, Texas. Romo [more]

Packers-Chiefs, Cardinals-Browns among additions to 2021’s 17-game schedule

NFL owners have approved a 17-game schedule for the 2021 season and that means each team now has a new opponent on their schedule. The 17th game will be an inter-conference game each season and teams the conferences will alternate hosting duties. The AFC will host the games in 2021 and they will feature matchups [more]

Xavier Woods eager to play with Harrison Smith, Patrick Peterson

New Vikings safety Xavier Woods said one of the biggest reasons he chose to sign in Minnesota was the players he be paired with in the team’s secondary. Via Chris Tomasson of the St. Paul Pioneer Press, Woods said that playing with Harrison Smith and Patrick Peterson was a big draw for him. Woods said [more]

K.J. Wright has Cowboys on his list of “dream teams”

Linebacker K.J. Wright is one of the top remaining free agents. He ranks 66th on PFT’s top-100 list and is one of only 17 players uncommitted to a team for 2021. Wright told Mike Fisher of that he would love to play for the Cowboys. “Dallas has certainly always been on my list of [more]

Dak Prescott deal caused Mike McCarthy to do “cartwheels in the sand”

The Cowboys finally worked out a long-term deal with quarterback Dak Prescott. To the great delight of Cowboys coach Mike McCarthy. “I was actually in Florida when the deal was finally completed,” McCarthy told reporters on Thursday. “It’s a lot easier to do cartwheels on the sand, I’ll say that. . . . I was [more]

Damontae Kazee reaches deal with Cowboys

The Dallas Cowboys have reached an agreement with safety Damontae Kazee, the team announced Thursday night. It’s a one-year deal, per multiple reports. Kazee had visited the Cowboys in recent days and had also made a stop with the Detroit Lions before reaching an agreement in Dallas. Kazee gets to join former Atlanta Falcons head [more]

Michael Irvin gave Jerry Jones confidence in Dak Prescott’s rehab, return

Jerry Jones had no special information about the new TV deal before signing Dak Prescott to a megadeal. He apparently also had no special information about the quarterback’s recovery from an ankle injury. The Cowboys owner handed Prescott a four-year, $160 million contract, confident the former fourth-round choice can return as good as old. “We [more]

Tyrone Crawford retires after nine NFL seasons

Defensive lineman Tyrone Crawford is retiring from the NFL after nine seasons with the Cowboys. Coach Mike McCarthy announced Crawford’s decision Thursday. Crawford, 31, is an unrestricted free agent. He appeared in 16 games, starting three, in 2020 and finished with 17 tackles, two sacks and 13 quarterback pressures. Crawford had several injuries that slowed [more]

Mike McCarthy: Things still fluid with Aldon Smith

Reports on Wednesday indicated the Cowboys will not re-sign Aldon Smith this offseason, but head coach Mike McCarthy sent a different message at his Thursday press conference. McCarthy was asked why the team decided to move on without the pass rusher and he said that they have not made that decision. He said that he [more]

Mike McCarthy: Focus of change is on defense

Cowboys head coach Mike McCarthy’s first season on the job was not as successful as he or the team would have hoped and the play of the team’s defense is a big reason for that. They set a franchise record for points allowed on the way to a 6-10 finish and McCarthy opened up a [more]

Jerry Jones and family make $20 million donation to National Medal of Honor Museum Foundation

Cowboys owner Jerry Jones has made plenty of money. He’s sharing a large chunk of it. Jones and his family have donated $20 million to the National Medal of Honor Museum Foundation, pushing the total funds raised for the venue past $70 million. Charlotte Jones, a Cowboys executive and Jerry’s daughter, serves as Chairman of [more]

Report: Cowboys negotiating with Damontae Kazee

The Cowboys agreed to terms with safety Jayron Kearse earlier in the night. They now are negotiating with another safety. Michael Gehlken of the Dallas Morning News reports the Cowboys have engaged in contract negotiations with Damontae Kazee following his visit and physical Wednesday. Kazee played for Cowboys defensive coordinator Dan Quinn in Atlanta. He [more]

Report: Cowboys signing Jayron Kearse

The Cowboys are signing safety Jayron Kearse to a one-year contract, Michael Gehlken of the Dallas Morning News reports. Kearse visited the team Wednesday. The Cowboys also are kicking the tires on former Colts safety Malik Hooker and former Falcons safety Damontae Kazee. Kearse played the first four years of his career with the Vikings [more]

Damontae Kazee moving on to visit Lions after Cowboys meeting

Safety Damontae Kazee met with the Cowboys on Wednesday, but the visit didn’t end with a contract so he’s off to a meeting with another team. Kazee was at the team’s facility along with safeties Jayron Kearse and Malik Hooker in a trio of visits that Michael Gehlken of the Dallas Morning News reports will [more]

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