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DeAngelo Hall fined twice for infractions against Cowboys
profootballtalk.com Updated Nov 29, 2012
It’s proving to be quite an expensive season for Washington Redskins cornerback DeAngelo Hall. According to Jay Glazer of FoxSports.com, Hall has been fined $35,750 for a pair of infractions in last Thursday’s win over the Dallas Cowboys. The report dShare Tweet
Miles Austin fails to meet expectations; contract an albatross on CowboysIRVING - There was a time not too long ago when Miles Austin was praised as an overachiever. A once undervalued prospect from a small New Jersey university, Austin had swiftly risen from undrafted rookie to Pro Bowl receiver. His story was inspirationalShare TweetBy John Smallwood, Philadelphia Daily News It certainly looked like Andy Reid making his way down the sloped aisle from the back of the auditorium at the NovaCare. It was a walk he’s made more than 200 times since he took over as the head coach of the EShare Tweet
Eagles injury update heading into matchup with CowboysBy Zach Berman,The Philadelphia Inquirer (MCT) With Dallas Reynolds still out with a sprained ankle, it looks like Evan Mathis will start at center for the Eagles. That’s notable because the Eagles also have Matt Tennant on the roster, who is already aShare TweetIRVING - All signs point to running back DeMarco Murray playing Sunday night against Philadelphia for the first time since he suffered a sprained left foot Oct. 14 at Baltimore. For the second consecutive day, Murray was limited in practice Thursday butShare Tweet
Cowboys OL coach Bill Callahan expects LT Tyron Smith, C Ryan Cook to start Sunday against Philadelphia; C Phil Costa still outIRVING - The Cowboys’ offensive line will look more familiar Sunday night against Philadelphia. Callahan said he feels “pretty confident” that left tackle Tyron Smith will start against the Eagles after not playing on Thanksgiving because of the lShare Tweet
For Cole Beasley, an increase in playing time leads to an increase in autographsIRVING — Cole Beasley never encountered a line of fans waiting for his autograph while he was playing football at SMU. That changes when you attend a game at Ford Stadium two days after making seven grabs for 68 yards in a Thanksgiving Day game for theShare TweetESPN.com Nov 29, 2012Facing a Philadelphia Eagles defense that has allowed 13 touchdown passes and made not one single interception in its last five games, Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo has a near-100 percent chance Sunday night of setting a new team record for touch…Share TweetIRVING - In nine games this season, Cowboys outside linebacker Anthony Spencer has already recorded 6.5 sacks, more than he’s had in any of his previous five seasons in the NFL. Spencer’s play has been good all year but it’s probably been at its bShare Tweet
Cowboys TE Jason Witten: “We know what to do and now it’s got to be time to go do it”Tight end Jason Witten was asked if he felt time is running out on this season. “Absolutely,” he said. “That doesn’t mean there is not a chance. “You still have to go do it. As frustrating as it’s been, you’ve got to be able to put that behiShare TweetQuarterback Tony Romo has thrown 165 touchdown passes for the Cowboys. The next one he throws will make him the club’s all-time leader. Romo said he wasn’t aware of this upcoming milestone until a reporter asked him about it Thursday. But he is awareShare Tweet
Cowboys cornerback Mike Jenkins fined for pushing Pierre GarconIRVING, Texas - Dallas Cowboys cornerback Mike Jenkins has been fined $7,875 for pushing Pierre Garcon to the ground well after the Washington receiver crossed the goal line on a 59-yard touchdown last week. Cowboys coach Jason Garrett confirmed ThursdaShare TweetIRVING - Five Cowboys weren’t seen at practice Thursday morning at Valley Ranch, including Pro Bowl nose tackle Jay Ratliff. He didn’t practice Wednesday and missed his fifth game of the season last week, this time with a groin injury. Also not seenShare Tweet
Cowboys will be evaluating core group; Stephen Jones: ‘We certainly can’t afford to overlook mediocrity’Washington Redskins coach Mike Shanahan received criticism following a 21-13 loss to the Carolina Panthers in Week 9 after saying that the Redskins would have a chance to evaluate players for the remainder of the season. Some assumed Shanahan was sugges…Share Tweet
Could WR Anthony Armstrong play for Cowboys on Sunday?Anthony Armstrong will only have two practices under his belt with the Cowboys when today comes to an end. But when asked if the wide receiver has shown enough to be active for Sunday’s game against Philadelphia, head coach Jason Garrett said absolutelyShare Tweet
Breaking Down the ‘Boys: Cowboys need to create big plays for shot at playoffsJonathan 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 Tweet
NY Giants should realize Robert Griffin III and Washington now their top rival in NFC East, not Philadelphia Eagles or Dallas Conydailynews.com Nov 29, 2012Old habits and hatreds die hard. It’s difficult for any blue-blooded Giant fan to admit out loud that the unraveling Eagles no longer pose a threat in the NFC East or that the Cowboys, too, are as harmless, soft and fluffy as a goose down pillow wheneveShare Tweet
NFL32OT: Steelers Look To Avoid Sweep Without Big BenNov 29Episode 227: Wendi Nix and Tim Hasselbeck discuss who will step up if Roethlisberger remains sidelined. Redskins running back Alfred Morris breaks down what his team needs to do when they face the Giants. The NFL32 crew discuss the Eagle-Cowboys matc
Vick Fails Concussion TestNov 29Eagles QB Michael Vick still hasn't passed his imPACT concussion test and therefore hasn't been cleared to practice.
Countdown Daily Prediction: Eagles-CowboysNov 29The NFL Live crew makes their picks for Philadelphia at Dallas
Preview: Philadelphia Eagles vs. Dallas CowboysNov 29NFL Films previews the Week 13 matchup between the Philadelphia Eagles and the Dallas Cowboys.
AFC playoff races wrapping up early -- John Clayton's First & 10Nov 29The AFC playoff races are on the verge of wrapping up early, John Clayton writes.
The Sports Guy's Thursday NFL PickNov 29There are two ways that a blackjack dealer can ruin your night. I don't mind the first way — if he's grimly dealing himself face cards and black...