This is the December 22, 2012 news archive. View today's Cowboys rumors and news.
Few players will even lie about feeling good this time of year. For Cowboys outside linebacker DeMarcus Ware, the bar is significantly lower. “I’m feeling good enough to play on Sunday, so that’s good,” Ware said, via Todd Archer of ESPNDallas.com
Cowlishaw: Like 88s before him, dialed-in Dez delivering for DallasUpdated Dec 22, 2012 Share TweetThe Dallas Cowboys will go as far as Dez Bryant carries them this season. That was true in September and October when he was dropping balls, running poor routes and showing an unwillingness to deal with physical contact from aggressive cornerbacks. It’s
Cowboys call up G Ron leary from practice squad, cut WR Anthony ArmstrongUpdated Dec 22, 2012 Share TweetThe Cowboys released receiver Anthony Armstrong and promoted guard Ron Leary to the active roster on Saturday. Leary, an undrafted free agent out of Memphis who joined the team in April, has never played in an NFL game. With the addition of Leary, the C…Share TweetDez Bryant seems to feel that he will play better, despite playing with a fractured left index finger. One game after playing with a fractured left index finger that will require surgery when the season is over, Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Dez Bryant b…Source: cowboysgab.com
Lineup Change to Watch: The return of CB Morris ClaiborneUpdated Dec 22, 2012 Share TweetAfter missing the first game of his NFL career last Sunday against Pittsburgh, Morris Claiborne expects to be back in the starting lineup against New Orleans. Claiborne said earlier this week he is no longer feeling any aftereffects from the concussion …Share TweetThe Cowboys are making December one to remember for all the right reasons. They’ve won three games this month and five of their last six. Now, they face New Orleans, a 6-8 team that is on the verge of missing the playoffs for the first time since the 20
Matchup to Watch: Cowboys S Danny McCray vs. New Orleans TE Jimmy GrahamUpdated Dec 22, 2012 Share TweetDanny McCray was placed in a difficult position when starting safety Barry Church ruptured his Achilles tendon on Sept. 23. Just like that, McCray was tabbed as Church’s replacement and he was forced to play an expanded defensive role for the first time