Archive for the ‘Dallas Cowboys’ Category

Dak Prescott doing his “absolute best” to win Cowboys a Super Bowl

Sunday, June 24th, 2018

Dak Prescott continues to exude confidence in the Cowboys’ prospects for 2018, but he isn’t about to make a Super Bowl proclamation. During his annual youth football camp, the quarterback was asked whether he was going to take the Cowboys to a Super Bowl. Tony Romo and Danny White weren’t able to win a Super Bowl.

Chaz Green owns up to poor performance, doesn’t want it to define him

Friday, June 22nd, 2018

The last time we heard from Chaz Green, the Cowboys offensive lineman was turning Adrian Clayborn into a household name while getting Dak Prescott killed. Clayborn made 9.5 sacks last season, with four coming in Week 11 against Green and two others against Green’s replacement, Byron Bell. Green took blame for the Cowboys’ 27-7 loss to the Falcons immediately after the game, and he has continued to be a stand-up guy since.

Dez Bryant: The last problem I have is finding a team

Thursday, June 21st, 2018

Dez Bryant is looking for “a creative graphic designer and a creative sketch artist.” The receiver also seeks an NFL job, though he doesn’t seem concerned about his continued unemployment. A user responded by asking the former Cowboys star if he shouldn’t instead spend his time looking for a new team. The three-time Pro Bowler turned down the Ravens’ multi-year offer and has had no other teams express interest publicly.

Dez Bryant: ‘The last problem I have is finding a team’

Thursday, June 21st, 2018

Dez Bryant was released from the Dallas Cowboys in April, and the wide receiver is still looking for a new team two months later. Bryant quickly responded, sounding as confident as ever about his unemployment. “The last problem I have is finding a team,” Bryant said.

Cowboys make no secret of their desire to host combine

Thursday, June 21st, 2018

The Cowboys have hosted the Super Bowl and the NFL Draft at AT&T Stadium. Indianapolis isn’t going to like this, but the Cowboys want a chance to hold the Scouting Combine at their training facility in Frisco. “Yes, I believe we can have the combine here,” Cowboys executive vice president Jerry Jones Jr. said, via Drew Davison of the Fort Worth Star-Telegram.

Cowboys stress numbers over No. 1 at receiver without Bryant

Wednesday, June 20th, 2018

Cole Beasley doesn't need a lot of prodding to bring up how much he thinks outsiders will overlook Dallas receivers now that the Cowboys have moved on from Dez Bryant. Dallas isn't necessarily looking for a new No. 1 receiver while also trying to replace 15-year tight end Jason Witten, who retired as the franchise leader in catches and yards. Headlined by holdovers Beasley and Terrance Williams and newcomers Allen Hurns and Tavon Austin, the Cowboys think their strength could be in numbers - and matchups.

Report: Daryl Johnston, Mike Riley to head San Antonio AAF team as G.M., head coach

Tuesday, June 19th, 2018

The Alliance of American Football continues to seek out people with past NFL ties to head their franchises. According to Alex Marvez of Sirius XM NFL Radio, former Dallas Cowboys fullback Daryl Johnson and former San Diego Chargers head coach Mike Riley are expected to be named as the General Manager and head coach of the AAF’s San Antoinio franchise.

Dak Prescott talks life after Witten and Dez

Tuesday, June 19th, 2018

Dallas Cowboys QB Dak Prescott sat down with Yahoo Sports to discuss the new look Cowboys following the departures of Jason Witten and Dez Bryant as well as how he views the NFC East following the Eagles Super Bowl win.

Report: Jimmy Johnson could join Cowboys’ Ring of Honor

Tuesday, June 19th, 2018

Everything’s bigger in Texas, even the grudges, and you don’t get much bigger than the two-decade chill between two of the state’s most important sports figures, Cowboys owner Jerry Jones and two-time Super Bowl-winning coach Jimmy Johnson. Dating back to 1994, the split between the two Texas titans has narrowed in recent years, and now there are signs that the Cowboys might even induct the coach into the team’s hallowed Ring of Honor alongside other Cowboys notables like Jay Novacek and Gil Brandt. Why did Jerry hate Jimmy?

Jimmy Johnson under consideration for Cowboys’ Ring of Honor

Monday, June 18th, 2018

The Cowboys have 21 members in their Ring of Honor, but Jerry Jones has elected not to add a name to the facade at AT&T Stadium since Darren Woodson in 2015. The team has several candidates to be next to enter the Ring of Honor, including Jones himself. Jason Witten’s retirement this offseason allows for the possibility that the former tight end will go in with his best buddy, Tony Romo, who retired after the 2016 season.