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Vander Esch To Active Roster, DT Added & Dak To IR

Tuesday, October 20th, 2020

Replacing one of those roster spots will be Leighton Vander Esch, who is expected to play against Arizona. Vander Esch had a broken clavicle in Week 1 but has returned to practice this week and should be back in the lineup against the Cardinals. The Cowboys also signed defensive tackle Justin Hamilton from the practice squad to the roster.

Cowboys Looks Like They’ve Already Quit on Season With Dak Prescott Gone

Tuesday, October 20th, 2020

Jason Smith: “The Cowboys look like a team who just showed up for the game tonight, and that really surprised me that they didn’t galvanize themselves this week with no Dak, and didn’t play for him. They looked terrible, and you back away saying to yourself ‘are they going to quit on the season now? They could quit on the season and still win the NFC East, that’s how bad it is.

Cardinals’ Kyler Murray looked at home against Dallas Cowboys in North Texas homecoming

Monday, October 19th, 2020

The homecoming was sweet for Kyler Murray. The Arizona Cardinals quarterback who had a legendary career at Allen High School returned to the scene of three UIL state championships and led the Cardinals to a 38-10 win Monday night at AT&T Stadium. Murray threw for 188 yards on 9 of 24 passing, including an 80-yard touchdown pass to Christian Kirk late in the first half to help Arizona open up a 21-0 lead.

Cowboys fans not pumped Booger McFarland picked Dallas over Cardinals

Monday, October 19th, 2020

ESPN analyst Booger McFarland made his name on Monday Night Football by sitting on a sideline cart and stating the obvious, but now that he’s in his new in-studio role, the perception of him hasn’t changed for the better. McFarland was the only person on on the ESPN pregame show picking the Dallas Cowboys to beat the Arizona Cardinals in the primetime matchup for Week 6, and while Cowboys fans wanted to be hopeful, well, they didn’t exactly react well to the lone optimist regarding their team.

CeeDee Lamb’s big rookie season for Cowboys validates NFL comparisons to DeAndre Hopkins

Monday, October 19th, 2020

The Cowboys weren't expecting to draft wide receiver CeeDee Lamb out of Oklahoma at No. overall in the 2020 NFL Draft. On most pre-draft big boards and mock drafts, Lamb was considered worthy of a top-dozen pick, with the potential to be the first wideout taken.

Kyler Murray leads homecoming parade as Cards visit Cowboys

Sunday, October 18th, 2020

It's homecoming week for the Dallas Cowboys and Arizona Cardinals, or at least it feels that way about as much as an NFL game can. Andy Dalton's first start for the Cowboys in place of injured star quarterback Dak Prescott will be just a few miles from where the Houston-area native had a standout career at TCU. Two more Texas natives will be on the other sideline, with Arizona quarterback Kyler Murray and coach Kliff Kingsbury making their “Monday Night Football” debuts in their first NFL appear...

Dak Prescott, Alex Smith, Joe Theismann and the most gruesome injuries in NFL history

Sunday, October 18th, 2020

He suffered a spiral and compound fracture to his right tibia and fibula. Smith took nearly two years to return to an NFL game, which he did in Week 5 of the 2020 season. He required 17 surgeries due to complications with the injury, which included a life-threatening bacterial infection.

Cowboys prepared to offer Dak Prescott second franchise tag: report

Sunday, October 18th, 2020

The Dallas Cowboys have made it abundantly clear in the days following Dak Prescott's season-ending leg injury last week that they have no intentions of moving on from the star quarterback. Jerry Jones is ready to offer Prescott a second franchise tag that will earn the two-time Pro Bowler $40 million for the 2021 season, CBS Sports reported Sunday. Internal discussions have already begun and the expectation is to eventually agree to a long-term deal, the outlet reported.

NFL Rumors: Here’s Positive Update On Dak Prescott’s Leg Injury

Sunday, October 18th, 2020

Dak Prescott reportedly is trending in the right direction as he embarks on his road to recovery. Prescott sustained a gruesome lower-leg injury in the third quarter of the Dallas Cowboys’ Week 5 game against the New York Giants. The star signal-caller, who was on pace for a career season, underwent surgery the same night he went down.

Cowboys Rumors: Andy Dalton’s Contract Incentives Revealed, Including Super Bowl

Sunday, October 18th, 2020

Dallas Cowboys signal-caller Andy Dalton has a chance to pick up significant incentives on his contract after the season-ending injury to starting quarterback Dak Prescott. According to Tom Pelissero of NFL Network, the Cowboys signed Dalton to a one-year contract this offseason that included $3 million in guaranteed salary and $4 million in incentives based on playing time and postseason success: 50 percent regular-season playtime and the Cowboys make the playoffs: $1 million.