Now that we’re past the combine and the first wave of free agency, expert mock drafts are starting to form a consensus. Continue reading “Mock Draft roundup: a consensus emerges”
The Cowboys don’t have to move on a Romo release if they don’t want to, but not doing so would be foolish. Continue reading “CowboysCast: Will the Tony Romo situation blow up in Dallas’ face?”
We all saw it coming, but it doesn’t lessen the blow to the gut. Continue reading “Adieu: Tony Romo says goodbye to Cowboys Nation”
The Dallas Cowboys have reportedly lost another defensive lineman to the Washington Redskins. Continue reading “Cowboys DT Terrell McClain expected to sign with NFC East rival”
One of Dallas’ defensive backs has apparently gone off the board.
Once retirement didn’t seem likely, whether the Cowboys front office would choose to release or trade long-time franchise quarterback Tony Romo became one of the biggest stories of this offseason. Fortunately, those discussions have come to an end. Dallas is expected to ‘do right’ by Romo, release him Thursday, and give him the freedom to choose where he’d like to finish his career.
The Cowboys have locked up one of their free agent wide receivers, signaling that Terrance Williams will be playing elsewhere in 2017. Continue reading “Dallas Cowboys bring back Brice Butler on one-year deal”
The starters are secure, but Dallas’ depth in the backfield will be tested this offseason. Continue reading “Roster Inventory: Quarterbacks and Running Backs”
The hype surrounding John Ross’ blazing 4.22 40-yard dash in Indianapolis last week is ongoing. Continue reading “Does recent history suggest that an elite 40-yard dash time raises a prospect’s draft stock?”