Posts Tagged ‘Dallas Cowboys’

The Cowboys and the NFL lost more than just a sloppy exhibition game

Thursday, August 6th, 2020

Now we aren’t only missing the HOF game, we are not going to see any preseason action at all. The first football action will happen on Thursday, September 10, followed by the Cowboys playing in the first Sunday Night game of the year on Sunday the 13th at the Los Angeles Rams. The date that first preseason game would have been played just highlights how far behind the teams are.

As sports teams struggle, so do their hometowns

Thursday, August 6th, 2020

As sports teams struggle, so do their hometowns J. Gilligan's Bar & Grill, known for its signature Irish nachos, sits less than a mile from the home stadiums of the Dallas Cowboys football team and the Texas Rangers baseball team in Arlington, Texas. For years, fans have converged on J. Gilligan's every game day, spending as much as $350,000 a year on food, beer and shuttle service to Cowboys games.

Elliott defiantly rejects idea Cowboys WR trio will steal his touches

Wednesday, August 5th, 2020

But running back Ezekiel Elliott was quick to smack down the attempts by one reporter to raise questions about what that might mean for the team’s rushing attack. ESPN’s Ed Werder, a longtime Cowboys insider, wondered via Twitter what a pass-heavy gameplan- the kind that might produce three 1,000-yard receivers- would leave in terms of touches for Elliott, who’s averaged 20-plus carries per game in each of his last three seasons.

Cowboys DE Randy Gregory vents on being stuck ‘in limbo’ over reinstatement

Wednesday, August 5th, 2020

When defensive end Aldon Smith was signed by the Cowboys in April, it was seen as a calculated gamble by the Dallas front office. That roll of the dice paid off when Smith had his indefinite suspension lifted and was reinstated by the league in May, paving the way for him to return to professional football after four years away. Many Cowboys fans assumed that a similar trajectory awaited pass rusher Randy Gregory.

Dallas Cowboys’ Randy Gregory airs out frustration with NFL on unresolved reinstatement case

Wednesday, August 5th, 2020

Cowboys defensive end Randy Gregory took to Twitter on Wednesday to express frustration with a delay in the unresolved status of his bid for reinstatement to the NFL. I’m asking more questions than I’m getting answered,” Gregory tweeted. Telling me to just sit and wait in limbo over things I can’t control, all the while doing everything right off the field is unfair and flat out wrong!!

Understanding the Cowboys defensive tackle position group and how we could see a surprise

Wednesday, August 5th, 2020

Why he makes the team... Draft stock doesn’t guarantee one a roster spot, but for a brand new rookie his chances are extremely favorable. When you consider he’s the first defensive linemen selected with this new coaching staff that features both Mike Nolan and Jim Tomsula, you have to figure Gallimore enters training camp with a bunch of people excited about what he can bring to the team.

Amari Cooper chose Dallas Cowboys over more money

Wednesday, August 5th, 2020

I just liked everything about being a Dallas Cowboy,” Cooper said. I love the culture that we’ve created here and just the atmosphere both in the building and outside of the building in terms of being in the city of Dallas and the surrounding areas. I guess that would be the same reason why I was willing to take less money to stay here.

McClain: Randall Cobb finding comfort level with Deshaun Watson

Tuesday, August 4th, 2020

He’s a winner,” Cobb said. He’s found a way to win on the biggest stage at every level. Being able to take the experience I’ve gained playing with Rodgers and Prescott and being able to give (Watson) some of that knowledge I think will be beneficial to him.

Amari Cooper said he took less money from Dallas as a free agent because he loves the Cowboys

Tuesday, August 4th, 2020

Amari Cooper really enjoys being a Cowboy.

Amari Cooper: Cowboys ‘expectations are for 3 1,000-yard receivers’

Tuesday, August 4th, 2020

Thanks to the coronavirus pandemic, it has been difficult, near impossible to get the usual interactions from NFL players and staff. The Dallas Cowboys, with some of the most high-profile coaching hires and free agent decisions of any club in the league, have felt like a vast wasteland of mute as fans have feened for the slightest bit of relevant information about the coming season.