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Cowboys tight end Jason Witten said it saddened him to see his position coach (who happens to be his head coach’s brother) go, but chalked it up to “a bottom line business” Witten actually invited John Garrett to be with him at the Super Bowl, beforShare Tweet
Cowboys not one of the several teams interested in former Texas standout Sergio KindleFormer Texas linebacker/defensive end Sergio Kindle was the last player cut from the Ravens, let go after Baltimore beat the Colts in the wildcard round. Our own Barry Horn wrote about Kindle spending his Super Bowl week working out for teams, not going…Share TweetAfter the Cowboys failed to make the playoffs for the third consecutive season, management has spent time evaluating the roster. They’ll instantly recognize players who surpassed expectations and others who didn’t meet them. We’ll examine the topShare TweetCowboys owner/general manager Jerry Jones has made it clear that he thinks the team has the quarterback it needs. “Tony is so much on the page with us,” Jones said on the NFL Network recently. “I really would hate to be sitting here talking aboutShare Tweet
How far gone was a Cowboys player before Super Bowl XXVIII media day? Rich Dalrymple explainsRich Dalrymple, long-time Cowboys public relations boss, made his network analyst debut this week working for NFL Network at Tuesday’s Media Day and at Friday’s coaches’ news conference. He talked mostly about the relationship between teams and theShare Tweet
Commissioner Roger Goodell responds to question on Dallas Cowboys NT Jay Ratliff by saying league must, “do a better job of edCommissioner Roger Goodell said in his Friday press conference that the NFL must do a better job of educating its players on the dangers of drunk driving and the services available to avoid getting into the car. His comment was in response to a question…Share TweetThis is a busy time for Cowboys tight end Jason Witten in New Orleans. He’s a finalist for the Walter Payton Man of the Year Award along with Arizona’s Larry Fitzgerald and Cleveland’s Joe Thomas. The winner of the award will be announced Saturday eShare Tweet
Who Is America's Favorite NFL Team? Facebook Data Offer A Clear Winner.deadspin.com Feb 1, 2013You've seen Facebook's map of geographic NFL fandom. Our clever friends at the Harvard College Sports Analysis Collective dig deeper into the data to discover America's most popular football teams. More »Share Tweet
Senior Bowl look-back at wide receivers: Louisiana Tech’s Quinton Patton impressiveThe Cowboys need to draft a wide receiver or two for depth in 2013, but it’s not likely they go after one in the first round. That said, here’s a possible second-round option: Louisiana Tech receiver Quinton Patton (6-0, 202) did more for himself durShare Tweet
Breaking Down the ‘Boys: Texas DE Alex Okafor Scouting ReportJonathan 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 ofShare Tweetprofootballtalk.com Feb 1, 2013DeMarcus Ware was hampered by injuries to his right shoulder and elbow in the second half of the Cowboys season, which led him to have shoulder surgery shortly after the end of the regular season. At the time, there was no determination about whether he…Share Tweet
Super Bowl XLVII -- John Clayton's First and GoalFeb 1The Harbaugh brothers' lifelong competition moves to a very big stage.
Don Banks: Moss, Birk reunited in XLVII, but only one will get elusive rin…Feb 1NEW ORLEANS -- Have to admit, I'm a sucker for the sentimental stories that come forth every year during Super Bowl week. Jerome Bettis' quest to ride off into retirement with a ring. John Elway finally getting the big confetti shower for once (and then…
Peter King: Ravens-49ers a great, and very unpredictable, matchupFeb 1NEW ORLEANS -- I don't know what kind of game this is going to be, but this Super Bowl really has it all.
Super Bowl XLVII - Football will change -- and surviveFeb 1NFL commissioner Roger Goodell is overseeing a game that is going through change on the surface, but a strong heart beats underneath