Posts Tagged ‘Dallas Cowboys’

It’s baffling that Emmitt Smith is in Dak Prescott’s pockets in defense of billionaire Jerry Jones

Friday, February 21st, 2020

No former player should ever encourage another NFL brother to take less — not when they play a multi-billion sport that benefits from lucrative TV deals and is run by team owners who easily rake in millions. When everyone around Prescott is getting paid handsomely — Jones himself, running back Ezekiel Elliott, defensive end DeMarcus Lawrence, etc. — why should Prescott sacrifice for the greater good? Why, when the salary cap is expected to rise, yet again, should Prescott be pressured into accepting less than what he may be able to procure?

The Ruth Cheatham Foundation Announces Its 2020 Gala Celebrity Guest Lineup, Featuring Mike Doocy and Babe Laufenberg

Friday, February 21st, 2020

North Texas cancer foundation, launched in 2017, announces plans for third annual gala DALLAS, TX / ACCESSWIRE / February 21, 2020 / The Ruth Cheatham Foundation (TRCF), a nonprofit focused on supporting adolescent youth through all phases of cancer treatment, is pleased to announce its 2020 gala will be hosted by Sports Silver Circle inductee, Fox4 Sports Anchor, Mike Doocy along with celebrity sports personality and former Dallas Cowboy, Babe Laufenberg. Babe Laufenberg - Keynote Speaker Mike Doocy - Emcee & Honorary Chair Doocy, a sports anchor at KDFW/FOX 4 since March of 1994, has covered some of the region's most important sports stories, including Mavericks NBA title, a Stars Stanley ...

Tua Tagovailoa would choose to play for Cowboys if given the chance

Friday, February 21st, 2020

If Tua Tagovailoa had his choice, he'd go from playing for one of the most iconic brands in college football to playing for one of the most iconic brands in the NFL. In an interview with the NFL Network, Tagovailoa said he grew up a fan of the Dallas Cowboys and his ideal circumstance would include being drafted by the team in the April. “We've looked at teams,” Tagovailoa said.

New CBA will complicate free agency for Cowboys, Titans, Buccaneers

Thursday, February 20th, 2020

Good news for all teams, a new CBA quite possibly will be in place before the start of the 2020 league year. Bad news for a small handful of teams, a new CBA quite possibly will be in place before the start of the 2020 league year. If the new league year begins without a new labor deal, all teams will be able to use a franchise tag and a transition tag this offseason.

Emmitt Smith says Dak Prescott should give Cowboys a discount in contract demands

Wednesday, February 19th, 2020

Smith toed the Cowboys' company line on the “The Lefkoe Show” on Wednesday that playing for “America's Team” comes with its own financial rewards and that Prescott would be wise to give Jones a discount in his contract demands. Dak has to understand' “Dak has to understand and maybe take another perspective,” Smith told Lefkoe. The perspective may not be all the money that you get.

Emmitt Smith suggests Dak Prescott should consider leaving money on the table

Wednesday, February 19th, 2020

Cowboys quarterback Dak Prescott was asked about the prospect of taking a hometown discount last summer and said he didn't think it was fair “for somebody to say you can only take so much” when it comes time to negotiate a contract. The lack of a contract extension with the Cowboys suggests that Prescott has not budged from that stance since last July. Former Cowboys running back Emmitt Smith suggested that he might consider changing that view during an appearance on The Adam Lefkoe Show.

Witten wants to play, preferably for Cowboys

Wednesday, February 19th, 2020

Free agent tight end Jason Witten intends to play a 17th NFL season in 2020, and he hopes to do so with the team that drafted him, the Dallas Cowboys. But the pending free agent also understands that he might have to play for a new team. "Right now, I want to play while I can," Witten told reporters Tuesday at the Cowboys' facility in Frisco, Texas.

Tennessee’s Trey Smith wins Jason Witten Man of Year Award

Tuesday, February 18th, 2020

Tennessee offensive lineman Trey Smith has won the Jason Witten Collegiate Man of the Year Award given annually to a Division I football player who has shown exceptional courage, integrity and sportsmanship on and off the field. The award was given out Tuesday night at the Dallas Cowboys' practice facility. Other finalists included Air Force quarterback Isaiah Sanders and Southern California wide receiver Michael Pittman.

Jason Witten says he still wants to play, even if it means leaving the Cowboys

Tuesday, February 18th, 2020

Jason Witten isn't ready to hang up his cleats again, and that might mean an exit from the only NFL team he has ever played for. The 37-year-old tight end told reporters Monday that he still wants to play football after his 16th season in the league, and that he's ready to sign with another team if the Cowboys don't want him back. “I want to play, I think I want to explore that,” Witten said.

Jason Witten hopes to play another season with Cowboys

Tuesday, February 18th, 2020

There was some thought Jason Witten would retire (again), this time to go into coaching. It seemed like an opportune time with the Cowboys turning over their coaching staff and Jason Garrett going to the Giants as offensive coordinator. But when both the Cowboys and Giants hired tight end coaches, it became obvious Witten hopes to play in 2020.