This is the September 25, 2013 news archive. View today's Cowboys rumors and news.
IRVING, Texas – When it comes to cutting down his turnovers, it’s a matter of time for Tony Romo. At this point in his career, it really doesn’t have much to do with the maturation process for the 33-year-old Romo. He’s had seasons in which he limited h…Share Tweet
Since Brian Waters came out of retirement to play for the Cowboys, his move into the starting lineup has always been discussed in terms of when, not if. It sounds like Sunday afternoon against San Diego is when. His days of alternating with Mackenzy Ber…Share TweetIRVING – Dallas Cowboys cornerback Orlando Scandrick played well during an August 2011 scrimmage against the San Diego Chargers. Like he has been doing the last couple of weeks, Scandrick was lined up on the outside that day at AT&T Stadium. Startin…Share Tweetcowboysgab.com Sep 25, 2013It was a huge bounce back win for the Cowboys Sunday afternoon against the Rams, and a big reason why was the play of running back DeMarco Murray. Murray had 26 rushes for 175 yards and a score to earn this weeks ‘Crown Royal “Reign On” Cowboys Player O…Share TweetIRVING — Jason Hatcher fielded quite a few questions Wednesday about defensive line coach Rod Marinelli and the credit the 64-year-old deserves for the Dallas Cowboys’ strong play up front this season. Things really got interesting when Hatcher was aske…Share Tweet
Marinelli works magic with ravaged D-lineIRVING, Texas -- Tiny foam footballs hang on the lockers of the Dallas Cowboys' starting defensive linemen along with a personalized note from their position coach. “Big Daddy,” the note in Jason Hatcher's locker begins, addressing the defensive tackle …Share TweetIRVING, Texas -- The collective feel from the Dallas Cowboys to the news that Anthony Spencer would not play again in 2013 was one of disappointment for their teammate, but it would not mean an end to their season. That’s a sign that Jason Garrett’s nex…Share Tweet
Dallas Cowboys WR Dez Bryant says he will appeal his $7,875 fine by the NFL for his throat slash gestureIRVING — Dallas Cowboys receiver Dez Bryant said Wednesday that he plans to appeal his $7,875 fine that’s been handed down by the NFL for a throat slash gesture he made Sunday following his first-quarter touchdown against St. Louis. Bryant said Monday t…Share TweetIRVING, Texas -- Miles Austin was not the only wide receiver missing from Wednesday’s practice, as a hip pointer kept Dwayne Harris out of the workout. Harris was hurt in last week’s loss to the St. Louis Rams. He caught a 24-yard touchdown pass but als…Share Tweet
Dallas Cowboys sit alone atop NFC East standings, but Jerry Jones says ‘there’s no good from getting carried away’IRVING — In the past, Jerry Jones has rarely showed restraint. Year after year, he has declared – sometimes without cajolement — that his team was a contender, only to see them fall well short of a title over and over again. But with the Cowboys holding…Share TweetDallas Cowboys wide receiver Dez Bryant was fined $7,875 for a throat-slash penalty following his touchdown catch in last Sunday's 31-7 win against the St. Louis Rams, a source told ESPN.com.Share TweetESPN.com team reporter Todd Archer on the Dallas Cowboys' hot topics as they begin preparations for Week 4.Share TweetThe Cowboys did pluck a player off another team’s practice squad to replace Anthony Spencer. It just wasn’t a defensive lineman. The Cowboys have placed Spencer on injured reserve and signed cornerback Chris Greenwood away from Detroit’s practice squad.…Share TweetAs expected after a 31-7 victory over the St. Louis Rams on Sunday, several Dallas Cowboys received impressive individual grades from the website Pro Football Focus. After searching through the updated Week 3 grades, I give you what I thought were some …Share Tweet