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The Cowboys’ offensive line will have a tough task protecting quarterback Tony Romo from Bengals defensive tackle Geno Atkins on Sunday. And that task will get even tougher if they’re down a starting guard. But with starting guard Nate Livings out of
Share TweetIRVING - If there is such a thing as a sack slump, DeMarcus Ware is in the midst of one. The Cowboys outside linebacker didn’t tackle a quarterback for a loss in the last two games against the Redskins and Eagles. He was credited with half a sack in eShare TweetIRVING — The Cowboys understand that they’re preparing for possibly the best defensive line that they’ve faced this season. Tony Romo and Jason Witten both made that point after Thursday’s practice. Behind a struggling offensive line, Romo has bee
Cowboys official practice/injury report: RB DeMarco Murray returns Thursday but is limited; four players miss practiceUpdated Dec 6, 2012 Share TweetIRVING - Cowboys running back DeMarco Murray returned to practice Thursday but only participated on a limited basis, according to the team’s official injury/practice report released this afternoon. Murray didn’t practice Wednesday and said the teamShare TweetThe Dallas Cowboys play the Cincinnati Bengals on Sunday. One of the Bengals' starting cornerbacks is former Cowboy Terence Newman, whose disappointing play down the stretch last year led the Cowboys not only to cut him loose but to spend a great deal o…Source: ESPN.comShare TweetAdam “Pacman” Jones says there’s no bad blood between him and the Cowboys, but there’s no love, either. Cowboys' Adam 'Pacman' Jones stretching before an NFL preseason football game against the Minnesota Vikings in Irving, Texas on Aug. 28, 2008.
Like Garrett, Cincinnati’s Marvin Lewis works for owner who makes personnel decisionsUpdated Dec 6, 2012 Share TweetIRVING - Marvin Lewis has a unique understanding of what Jason Garrett deals with everyday. Together they are the only two coaches in the NFL working for owners who carry the additional role of general manager. In Dallas, Jerry Jones signs the checks an
Cowboys practice report: RB DeMarco Murray returns, but Cowboys don’t have NT Jay Ratliff, LG Nate LivingsUpdated Dec 6, 2012 Share TweetIRVING - Cowboys running back DeMarco Murray was back on the practice field Thursday morning at Valley Ranch after not practicing Wednesday. Murray said Wednesday that he didn’t practice as a precaution to help manage his sprained left foot. Murray pl
Breaking Down the ‘Boys: The forgotten passing play in DallasUpdated Dec 6, 2012 Share TweetJonathan Bales is a special contributor to SportsDayDFW.com. He’s the founder of The DC Times and writes for DallasCowboys.com and the New York Times. He’s also the author of
Mike Zimmer: Dez Bryant reminds me of Michael IrvinUpdated Dec 6, 2012 Share TweetCowboys wide receiver Dez Bryant has been on quite a roll lately. He has 29 catches for 475 yards and six touchdowns in his last four games, three of which have been Cowboys wins that have kept them in striking distance of the Giants in the NFC East. It…Source: profootballtalk.com
NFL32OT: Cowboys Keeping Playoff Hopes AliveDec 6Episode 232: Suzy Kolber and Chris Mortensen discuss the Cowboys chances to make the playoffs. John Clayton breaks down the impact of Brian Urlacher's injury on the Bears defense. The NFL32 discuss the return of Ben Roethlisberger.
Who will hold the NFC East crown?Dec 6The Washington Redskins, Dallas Cowboys and New York Giants are in a tight race to win the NFC East. Which team will cross the finish line first? The "Thursday Night Kickoff" crew gives their answers.
Preview: Dallas Cowboys vs. Cincinnati BengalsDec 6NFL Films previews the Week 14 matchup between the Dallas Cowboys and the Cincinnati Bengals.
Countdown Daily Prediction: Cowboys-BengalsDec 6The NFL Live crew makes their picks for Dallas at Cincinnati
Biggest NFL games of Week 14 -- John Clayton's First & 10Dec 6No. 1 seeds are on the line this weekend, but that distinction isn't as valuable as it once was, John Clayton writes.