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Bears offensive coordinator Mike Tice said he had no problems with quarterback Jay Cutler walking away from him during Monday’s win over the Cowboys. Tice seemed no more bothered by Cutler’s continued churlishness than Bears fans who are willing to ovUpvote Share Tweet
FB Lawrence Vickers yet to make impact with CowboysIRVING - This past off-season, the Cowboys seemed earnest in their attempts to build a running game that would restore balance to the offense. They hired offensive line coach Bill Callahan, who had presided over strong rushing attacks in previous stops.Upvote Share TweetIRVING — How bad would the Cowboys’ offensive line be without Tyron Smith? While Smith has made his share of mistakes, he appears to have a bright future at left tackle. But had the Cowboys not drafted him they might have landed one of the best youngUpvote Share TweetIRVING - In so many words, Jason Witten said Wednesday that Cowboys coach Jason Garrett hasn’t been the problem during the team’s mediocre 2-2 start. Since Garrett took over as head coach in the middle of the 2010 season, the Cowboys have gone 15-13Upvote Share Tweet
Cowboys WR Cole Beasley will have his No. 11 high school jersey number retired Friday during Little Elm’s homecoming gameIRVING - Cowboys undrafted rookie receiver Cole Beasley will have his No. 11 high school jersey number retired during halftime of Little Elm’s homecoming game Friday night against Frisco Liberty. Beasley said he’ll also be signing autographs beforeUpvote Share Tweet
Cowboys rookie safety Matt Johnson plans to fully practice MondayIRVING - Cowboys rookie safety Matt Johnson said the plan is for him to fully practice Monday when the team returns from their four-day break after their bye week. Johnson hasn’t practiced with the Cowboys this year because of hamstring and back injurUpvote Share Tweet
Jason Garrett: Dez Bryant brings ‘a great attitude’ during practices, meetings and gamesIRVING — Sitting at his locker about 30 minutes after Monday night’s 34-18 loss to the Chicago Bears, Dez Bryant said the Cowboys do a great job of not losing composure throughout the course of a game. However, Bryant did that on the sidelines duringUpvote Share Tweet
Cowboys NT Jay Ratliff, C Phil Costa seen in uniform at Wednesday practiceIRVING - Multiple Cowboys players who had been sidelined with injuries were seen in uniform at practice Wednesday at Valley Ranch. Nose tackle Jay Ratliff, who had been out since suffering a left high-ankle sprain Aug. 25, was stretching along with ceUpvote Share Tweetprofootballtalk.com Updated Oct 3, 2012Joe Theismann might not care for the way Tony Romo is playing now. But the good news for Romo is, the man who signs his checks has his back. Cowboys owner Jerry Jones said despite last week’s five-turnover disaster, he’s confident in his quarterback,Upvote Share TweetESPN.com Updated Oct 3, 2012Ah, Wednesday. When teams get back to practice and we can finally start talking about next week instead of rehashing and overreacting to last week. Even the Cowboys are practicing today before heading off on their bye week. We'll have stuff to discuss, …Upvote Share Tweet
NFL32OT: Jets Season In JeopardyOct 3Episode 199: Suzy Kolber and Chris Mortensen discuss the injuries plaguing the Jets. Mark Schlereth breaks down Tony Romo and the Cowboys' offensive woes. The NFL32 crew discuss J.J. Watt and the Texans defense.
Inside the Huddle with John ClaytonOct 3John Clayton breaks down Matthew Stafford's dropping yards-per-attempt average, J. J. Watts' greatness at DE, young QBs, CBs and WRs.
Theismann Thinks Romo Is AverageOct 3Joe Theismann talks to Cary Chow about Tony Romo's poor play at quarterback this season.
Theismann Doesn't Think Romo Is That GoodOct 3Skip Bayless and Stephen A. Smith discuss Joe Theismann's comments about Tony Romo.
Young defensive backs have made their marksOct 3At the 2012 draft, wide receivers were the rage, but it's been the rookie DBs who have made a difference, writes John Clayton