This is the November 16, 2012 news archive. View today's Cowboys rumors and news.
Cowboys RB Felix Jones: “It’s probably the best I’ve felt all year”DeMarco Murray is listed as doubtful for the first time since he injured his foot in October. Still, he has not practiced and is not expected to play. That paves the way for Felix Jones, who is as healthy as he’s been all season, to pick up his fifth coShare Tweet
Cowboys injuries on defense almost enough to make a grown coordinator cryThe Cowboys defensive priority entering Sunday’s game is to slow Cleveland running back Trent Richardson. They will have to do so without defensive end Kenyon Coleman, who is lost for the season with a triceps tear. “Some people don’t realize how imShare Tweet
Mackenzy Bernadeau poised to start at center for CowboysMackenzy Bernadeau has never snapped the ball in a regular season game. That will likely change Sunday. Bernadeau is poised to start at center when the Cowboys face Cleveland.He practiced at the position all week in place of the injured Ryan Cook while …Share TweetESPN.com Nov 16, 2012Browns starting cornerback Joe Haden will be a game-time decision on Sunday against Dallas with an oblique injury.Share TweetThere are no real surprises on the Cowboys final practice report leading into Sunday’s game against Cleveland. Center Phil Costa and defensive end Sean Lissemore are out. While running back DeMarco Murray is listed as doubtful, he’s expected to miss hShare Tweet
Two years later, Rob Ryan still has ill will toward the Brownsprofootballtalk.com Nov 16, 2012Rob Ryan was fired, along with the rest of the Browns’ coaching staff, at the end of the 2010 season. He hasn’t forgotten or forgiven. As Ryan, now the defensive coordinator of the Cowboys, spoke to reporters today about Sunday’s game against the BrShare Tweet
Tell us: What do you think the result will be in Sunday’s Cowboys-Browns game?Tell us: What do you think the result will be in Sunday’s Cowboys-Browns game?Share TweetCNNSI.com Nov 16, 2012PHILADELPHIA (AP) -- Eagles quarterback Michael Vick will miss Sunday's game vs. the Washington Redskins due to the effects of a concussion.Share Tweet
Cowboys DC Rob Ryan says game against Cleveland, his previous employer, is ‘personal’IRVING - Rob Ryan left Cleveland before the Browns told him he was no longer wanted. But before he landed in Dallas, he had an idea that his days by the Cuyahoga River were numbered when head coach Eric Mangini was fired after the 2010 season. And thatâShare TweetOutside linebacker Anthony Spencer had one of his best games of the season Sunday in Philadelphia. He forced a fumble, recorded a half sack and added four tackles in the Cowboys’ 38-23 victory over the Eagles. Even the harshest of critics had to be satiShare Tweet
Breaking Down the ‘Boys: Have Tony Romo’s audibles helped the Cowboys in 2012?Jonathan 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 ofShare TweetIRVING - Cowboys centers Ryan Cook and Phil Costa were not seen on the field at practice Friday. Cook, who wasn’t in uniform, headed into the team’s weight room wearing a brace on his right knee. He has missed practice the last two days because ofShare Tweet
Three interior lineman prospects Cowboys could target in 2013 NFL DraftAt times this season, the Cowboys’ pass protection has been suspect and the run-blocking has been subpar. Most point to the interior of the Cowboys’ offensive line as the source of the problems. The center position has been destabilized with starter PShare Tweet
Bryant Avoids Prosecution in Family Violence Casecowboysgab.com Nov 16, 2012If Cowboys receiver Dez Bryant completes a yearlong anger management program and otherwise stays out of trouble, the Dallas County district attorney’s office will not pursue a misdemeanor family violence case involving his mother, the DA’s office saidShare Tweet
'Playbook': Cleveland Browns vs. Dallas CowboysNov 16Will Cleveland Browns QB Brandon Weeden continue to progress against the Dallas Cowboys? Our analysts take a look at the Browns offense and also discuss Jason Witten's role in the Cowboys offense.
Will Dallas Cowboys make playoffs?Nov 16Are the Dallas Cowboys going to be consistent enough to make the playoffs? Shaun O'Hara explains why the schedule could benefit them the rest of the way.
The BoysNov 16ESPNDallas' Calvin Watkins previews the Cowboys' Week 11 matchup with the Browns.
Open Locker Room: Jason WittenNov 16Are the Dallas Cowboys thinking playoffs? Jason Witten chats with Jay Glazer about the team's slow start, his ability to overcome a spleen injury and his view on Jerry Jones as a GM and owner.