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Cowboys owner Jerry Jones wants ‘credit’ if and when the team wins Super Bowl

INDIANAPOLIS — It was at the end of a long spiel that touched on the Cowboys’ mediocre record the last 16 seasons that owner Jerry Jones gave a little insight into what is driving him. “I would grant you the decisions that have been made over the ye
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  • Redskins considering nuclear option to restore cap space Feb 25, 2013
    Last year, the NFL stripped $36 million in cap space from the Redskins, who along with the Cowboys apparently took the term “uncapped year” too literally in 2010. In response, the Redskins employed half-measures to recover the cap dollars, filing a gr
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  • Breaking Down the ‘Boys: Combine superstar Knile Davis could be worth the gamble for Dallas Feb 25, 2013
    Jonathan Bales is a special contributor to He’s the founder of The DC Times and writes for and the New York Times. He’s also the author of 
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  • Gosselin: Cowboys should use their first three picks on offensive linemen Feb 25, 2013
    The following is an edited excerpt from Monday’s column by Rick Gosselin of and The Dallas Morning News. Find his full column here. There are two lessons to be learned from the 49ers and Ravens. First, you draft great offensive lines, n
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  • Cowboys still hopeful of getting deal with Romo Feb 25, 2013
    Executive vice president Stephen Jones remains confident that the Dallas Cowboys will be able to work out a new deal for Tony Romo despite not meeting with the quarterback's agent during the NFL scouting combine.
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  • Browns bringing in Breaston for a visit Feb 25, 2013
    The Steelers are interested in free agent receiver Steve Breaston, but they aren’t the only AFC North team with interest. Breaston will visit the Browns this week, the Cleveland Plain Dealer reports. Other teams reportedly interested in Breaston’s ser
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