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Cowboys owner and general manager Jerry Jones says Tony Romo is going to be spending more time around the team’s Valley Ranch practice facility than he has in past years, Jon Machota of the Dallas Morning News reports. How much time? “Peyton Manning-tUpvote Share Tweet
Dallas Cowboys don’t make move in NFL draft to select a quarterbackIRVING - The Dallas Cowboys liked Southern California quarterback Matt Barkley and Syracuse quarterback Ryan Nassib in this year’s draft but didn’t make a move to draft either one. Both went to Cowboys’ NFC East rivals in the fourth round SaturdayUpvote Share TweetIRVING — Dallas Cowboys coach Jason Garrett said Saturday night after the NFL draft that games are won up front on the offensive and defensive lines. However, that isn’t evident by the Cowboys’ undrafted free agent signing class this year. The CowboUpvote Share Tweetprofootballtalk.com Apr 28, 2013Ten years ago, the Cowboys found their future franchise quarterback in the ranks of the undrafted free agents. They got him with a signing bonus of $10,000, and he turned down a $20,000 offer from the Broncos. After the 2013 draft, the Cowboys agreed to…Upvote Share TweetEntering the NFL Draft, the Dallas Cowboys were looking for a No. 2 running back to get carries behind DeMarco Murray. What they landed in the fifth round was a three-down runner that compares well to the team’s starter. Oklahoma State’s Joseph RandleUpvote Share Tweet
Dallas Cowboys weren’t willing to ‘gamble’ on losing Travis Frederick; ‘thought a lot’ of Justin PughJerry Jones is aware of the criticism the Dallas Cowboys are receiving for drafting offensive lineman Travis Frederick with the 31st overall pick on Thursday. The Cowboys owner and general manager has heard the critics say that his team could’ve possiblUpvote Share Tweet
Questionable 2013 NFL Draft for Dallas Cowboys?Apr 28NFL Network analyst Charles Davis breaks down the "questionable" 2013 NFL Draft choices of the Dallas Cowboys and Cleveland Browns.
Clayton's mailbag: Which offensive rookies will soar?Apr 28Expect Tavon Austin, DeAndre Hopkins and Robert Woods to emerge as offensive ROY candidates, writes John Clayton.