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Joe Haden out of practice Thursday after injuring oblique on We…

Joe Haden out of practice Thursday after injuring oblique on Wednesday Updated Nov 15, 2012
Cowboys cornerback Morris Claiborne wants the Browns to throw at him this Sunday. The Browns are hopeful that Joe Haden will be on the field for the Cowboys to attack. The Browns best cornerback missed practice on Thursday after he injured an oblique mu…
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    Wheel of Cowboys

    Nov 15
    Will Tony Romo lead the Dallas Cowboys to an NFC East title? Michael Irvin, Deion Sanders, Marshall Faulk and Steve Mariucci talk about the hottest topics surrounding the Cowboys.
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    Hope is back in Dallas

    Nov 15
    The Dallas Cowboys are back in the playoff picture thanks to last Sunday's win against the Philadelphia Eagles. Ian Rapoport has the latest on what players are saying about the sudden momentum on their side.
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    Weather update: Browns @ Cowboys

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    Nov 15
    NFL Films previews the Week 11 matchup between the Cleveland Browns and the Dallas Cowboys.

Sports Columnists

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    Nov 15
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