This is the January 28, 2013 news archive. View today's Cowboys rumors and news.
Cowboys nose tackle Jay Ratliff’s blood alcohol content was .16 - twice the legal limit - after his arrest for driving while intoxicated last week, blood test results revealed, Tim MacMahon of ESPN Dallas reports. This according to Grapevine, Texas,
Cowboys losing ground in race to be most valuable team in world; Who’s beating them?Updated Jan 28 Share TweetThe Cowboys might be the most valuable team in America, but they’ve got a long way to go be the most valuable team in the world. And they’re losing ground. Manchester United, a soccer team in England’s Premier League, recently became the first clubShare 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 about ge
Mock drafts: Alabama’s Chance Warmack still a popular name connected with CowboysUpdated Jan 28 Share TweetMore mock drafts and more uncertainty surrounding which direction the Cowboys will go with the No. 18 pick in this year’s draft. The only consistency is that the focus remains on the offensive and defensive lines. But a familiar name has resurfaced. AlaShare 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 top
Cowboys release statement about recent drinking and driving incidents: ‘We know that one incident is too many’Updated Jan 28 Share TweetCowboys defensive tackle Jay Ratliff was arrested earlier this month for driving while impaired. (Grapevine Police)
Breaking Down the ‘Boys: Grading the entire Cowboys roster in 2012Updated Jan 28 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
Clayton's mailbag: What's next for fired GMs?Jan 28There are plenty of experienced GMs sitting on the sidelines, waiting to get back into the NFL. Plus, answers to reader questions.
Don Banks: Ken Whisenhunt breaks down Niners-Ravens matchupJan 28NEW ORLEANS -- The Super Bowl pairing of San Francisco and Baltimore holds little surprise factor for Ken Whisenhunt. The newly named San Diego Chargers offensive coordinator, and former Arizona Cardinals head coach, witnessed first-hand the rise of the…