• Jones: No decision on Jay Ratliff's status

    Summary of 23 articles · Updated Oct 17, 2013
    • Might Ratliff be able to play this season?

      IRVING, Texas -- Mark Slough, the agent for defensive tackle Jay Ratliff, told ESPNDallas Thursday that his client might play this season. "If healthy, then yes," Slough said. Ratliff was released by the Dallas Cowboys on Wednesday because the…
      Source: ESPN.com
    • Jerry Jones cites “legal matter,” won’t discuss Ratliff’s injury claims

      Defensive tackle Jay Ratliff’s tenure with the Cowboys came to an end on Wednesday when the team released him from the physically unable to perform list. Ratliff sent out a statement thanking the Cowboys and their fans after the move was made while his …
    • Jerry Jones: Releasing Jay Ratliff was best for both parties; extending his contract wasn’t worst decision I’ve ever made

      Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones arrives for a news conference at the sight of the team's new headquarters Tuesday, Aug. 13, 2013, in Frisco, Texas. Frisco officials overwhelming approved a $115 million deal to build the team headquarters and a training…
    • Ratliff bids farewell to Dallas, plans to play in 2014

      After denying that they planned to move on from defensive lineman Jay Ratliff, the Cowboys supplied him with a pink slip on Wednesday. Ratliff said farewell to Dallas via a statement released to the Fort Worth Star-Telegram. “First let me say thank you …
    • Dallas Cowboys DT Jay Ratliff releases statement after being released: ‘I understand this business and now it’s time to move on’

      Dallas Cowboys defensive tackle Jay Ratliff, who was informed Wednesday by owner Jerry Jones that he was being released, issued the following statement this afternoon through his Dallas-based agent, Mark Slough (by the way, Slough said that he didn’t wr…
    • Agent for Dallas Cowboys DT Jay Ratliff: ‘This has never been a sports hernia injury. This was a very serious injury’

      The agent for Dallas Cowboys defensive tackle Jay Ratliff said Wednesday that the injury his client had surgery for last December wasn’t for a sports hernia. Mark Slough, during a conference call with the media on Wednesday afternoon after Ratliff was i…
    • Cowboys Cut Jay Ratliff, Who Got $18 Million For Playing Zero Snaps

      Sometimes a team gets lucky, and winds up with one of the world's best nose tackles on a ridiculously under-market contract. And then sometimes Jerry Jones Jerry Joneses, and they sign Jay Ratliff to a massive extension two years before his deal is up, …
      Source: deadspin.com
    • Cowboys not looking to trade for defensive line help

      The Cowboys have lost defensive end Anthony Spencer for the season, they don’t know if defensive tackle Jay Ratliff will play at all this season and defensive end DeMarcus Ware is dealing with a torn quad that could keep him out for a month. Despite all…
  • Dallas Cowboys DC Monte Kiffin on CBs play: ‘Our corners played lights out. That was their best game.’

    Dallas Cowboys cornerback Orlando Scandrick reacts after intercepting a pass by Washington Redskins quarterback Robert Griffin III during the second half of Dallas' 31-16 win Sunday, October 13, 2013 at AT&T Stadium in Arlington. (G.J. McCarthy/The …

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