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After scrambling to restructure a bunch of contracts last week, the Cowboys continue to work the fringes of their own free agent market. According to Todd Archer of ESPNDallas.com, the Cowboys signed center Phil Costa to a two-year contract. Costa was g…
Former Cowboy Bob Lilly: I saw two differences between the Super Bowl teams and the CowboysUpdated Mar 2 Share TweetThere may be some hope for Jason Garrett. Before Tom Landry ever had a Super Bowl, before he even had a playoff-worthy team with the Cowboys, he walked into the team’s locker room with tears in his eyes and told the team he probably wasn’t going to beShare TweetIt wasn’t too long ago that Jerry Jones mentioned Tony Romo could handle a “porous” offensive line. Troy Aikman isn’t thinking that way. When it comes the Draft, Aikman said offensive line would his first priority. “They have to sure up the offeShare TweetCurious to know when Dallas Cowboys defensive coordinator Monte Kiffin knew his time coaching USC’s defense was coming to an end? His son, USC head coach Lane Kiffin, said it came during a conversation the two men had after Oregon defeated the Trojans 6Share TweetBrandon Carr has found time to take a few vacations since his football season came to an end on Dec. 30. The Dallas Cowboys cornerback went to Disneyland with his daughter the first week of the playoffs because he couldn’t stand to watch the games on TV
Cowboys free agency analysis: Offensive line greatest area of concern after dreadful 2012 seasonUpdated Mar 2 Share TweetIs there any doubt about the team’s greatest area of need entering this off-season Owner Jerry Jones can talk all he wants about Tony Romo’s mobility mitigating the impact of a substandard offensive line. Ask Romo his thoughts on that issue as he liesShare TweetIn the past five days, new deals have been done by two of the best quarterbacks in the NFL. So what about the next three who are widely presumed to be on deck? We’ve cast the net this morning and learned that there are no negotiations between Falcons quSource: profootballtalk.com