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NEW ORLEANS — Jason Witten has never been comfortable drawing attention to his community service. That doesn’t mean it shouldn’t be acknowledged. One of the NFL’s most prestigious individual honors, the Walter Payton Man of the Year Award, has gonShare Tweet
Gosselin: Charles Haley passed over again for Hall, but door hasn’t closed for ex-CowboyNEW ORLEANS - Maybe it’s fitting that Charles Haley was passed over once again by the Pro Football Hall of Fame on Saturday. His former Cowboys teammate Larry Allen was selected to the Class of 2013 in his first trip to the finals, but Haley was passeShare TweetFormer Dallas Cowboys offensive lineman Larry Allen was elected to the Pro Football Hall of Fame on Saturday. Allen, an 11-time Pro Bowl selection was drafted by the Cowboys in the second round of the 1994 NFL Draft. He remained with the Cowboys until 2…Share Tweet
Moore: Rival 49ers’ berth in Super Bowl has got to gall Cowboys fans … and it may get worseClick here to read David Moore’s entire column NEW ORLEANS - San Francisco is back. The Cowboys’ fiercest rival from the 1990s has returned to prominence. A win over Baltimore on Sunday evening in Super Bowl XLVII would allow the 49ers to break theiShare Tweetdeadspin.com Feb 2, 2013The NFL's next Hall of Fame class, just announced, has a few dudes the TV made famous. There's Bill Parcells, who made a coaching career of winning two Super Bowls with the Giants and then convincing other teams believe he might ever do it again; Chris …Share 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 TweetBill Parcells, Warren Sapp, Cris Carter, Jonathan Ogden and Larry Allen have been elected to the Hall of Fame. The class includes 2 senior selections, Curley Culp and Dave Robinson.Share Tweet
Senior Bowl look-back at running backs: Florida’s Mike Gillislee catches scouts’ eyesThe Cowboys won’t likely re-sign backup running back Felix Jones, who is an unrestricted free agent, leaving yet another hole on their roster that they need to fill. Three running backs who jumped out at me during Senior Bowl practices were Florida’sShare Tweet