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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…Share Tweet
Browns running back Richardson ‘back, recharged’ for Cowboys after Cleveland’s bye weekAkron Beacon Journal Rookie running back Trent Richardson said he’s still not 100 percent healthy, but he is feeling better after resting during the Browns’ bye. Richardson suffered a rib cartilage injury Oct. 14 and has played through it ever since.Share Tweet
Browns kicker Phil Dawson, an ex-Lake Highlands star, grew up a Cowboys fan; ‘I had a Doomsday Defense poster on my wall’Akron Beacon Journal By Nate Ulrich Even though Phil Dawson has become the face of the Browns as their longest-tenured player during the expansion era, he will always have a special place in his heart for his first love - the Dallas Cowboys. Dawson, theShare TweetAkron Beacon Journal By Nate Ulrich Brandon Weeden wants to be the Browns’ quarterback of the future, and he realizes he must convince the new sheriffs in town that he’s the right man for the job. It’s no secret that owner Jimmy Haslam and CEO Joe BShare Tweet
Lawrence Vickers: Only way I’m not playing against Browns is if I’m deadIRVING — Sunday’s game against the Cleveland Browns is personal for Cowboys fullback Lawrence Vickers. Vickers, who is in his seventh NFL season, spent his first five years with the Browns. “It’s personal for me because I was there, I know these gShare TweetThe fact that Cowboys receiver Dez Bryant could eventually secure a dismissal of the charges arising from the alleged assault of his mother by completing an anger-management course and staying out of trouble won’t keep him out of trouble with the leagueShare Tweetcowboysgab.com Nov 15, 2012The Cowboys are at home Sunday to take on the Cleveland Browns, who are coming off a bye week at 2-7. Dallas played well in Philly Sunday, enough so to get a win and get back in the race in the NFC East after the Giants laid an egg in Cincinnati. “Hey,Share TweetIRVING - Center Ryan Cook, who has a sore knee, was not seen participating in practice for the second consecutive day. Cook, fullback Lawrence Vickers (knee), defensive lineman Sean Lissemore (ankle) and safety Matt Johnson (hamstring) and center Phil CShare TweetLast Sunday wound up as a very good day for the Cowboys, but it wasn’t such a good day for rookie cornerback Morris Claiborne. Claiborne was penalized five times, twice for being offsides, and was beaten for a touchdown pass in the 38-23 victory over thShare Tweet
Cowboys' chance to change the narrativeESPN.com Nov 15, 2012There are a couple of different ways this season can go from here for the Dallas Cowboys. The first is they could just keep muddling along around .500, surprising us with a great game here and there, losing the occasional game they could clearly win and…Share Tweetprofootballtalk.com Nov 15, 2012Running back DeMarco Murray is getting close to being able to return for the Dallas Cowboys. Murray has missed the Cowboys’ last four games with a sprained foot suffered against the Baltimore Ravens in Week 6. Murray officially did not practice on WedneShare Tweet
Wheel of CowboysNov 15Will 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.
Hope is back in DallasNov 15The 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.
Weather update: Browns @ CowboysNov 15AccuWeather.com updates climate conditions for the Browns @ Cowboys.
Preview: Cleveland Browns vs. Dallas CowboysNov 15NFL Films previews the Week 11 matchup between the Cleveland Browns and the Dallas Cowboys.