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Stephen Jones: Method to Cowboys' madness on D
The Dallas Cowboys watched defenders stream out of the building this offseason. After losing four of its top six players from 2016 in the secondary, Cowboys VP Stephen Jones isn't fretting.
Kellen Moore re-signs with Dallas Cowboys
Dallas re-signed quarterback Kellen Moore for depth behind Dak Prescott. Are the Cowboys done shopping at quarterback this offseason?
Tyrone Crawford trusts Cowboys have plan on defense
Free agency has not been kind to Dallas' defense, but at least one Cowboys pass rusher is optimistic about the unit's outlook in 2017. What does Tyrone Crawford think of the Cowboys exodus?
Roundup: Darren McFadden re-signs with Cowboys
Darren McFadden is returning to the Dallas Cowboys as depth behind workhorse running back Ezekiel Elliott. McFadden signed a one-year deal, the team announced Thursday.
Tony Romo pocketed an extra 64 bucks for one series
Tony Romo spent almost the entire season on the Cowboys' sideline, save for one appearance in Week 17. For that, he earned almost enough for an inexpensive night out on the town for two.
Broncos LB DeMarcus Ware retires after 12 NFL seasons
One of the more impressive careers of the last decade and a half is coming to an end. DeMarcus Ware is retiring, the outside linebacker announced via Twitter.
Cowboys expect right tackle Doug Free to retire
The Dallas Cowboys have lost their second starting offensive lineman in as many days. The first, guard Ronald Leary, departed for Denver in free agency; the latter is handing in his papers.
Dallas Cowboys looking into trading Tony Romo
The Dallas Cowboys are now looking into the possibility of trading veteran quarterback Tony Romo as opposed to releasing him, NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport reported Thursday.
Roundup: Josh McCown visits Dallas Cowboys
QBs on the move! Former Browns quarterback Josh McCown visited with the Cowboys, while former Bears and Texans signal-caller Brian Hoyer is expected to sign with the 49ers.
Dallas Cowboys inform Tony Romo he will be released
Tony Romo arrived in Dallas in 2003 as an unknown, undrafted player from Eastern Illinois. On Thursday, the Cowboys will release the 14-year veteran into free agency for the first time in his career.
Jerry in meeting with Romo: Everything was covered
Jerry Jones said that he has had "one extended" visit with Tony Romo. Jones said the meeting took place around the Super Bowl and "every scenario was covered as far as I was concerned."
Could Tony Romo be involved in potential Cousins deal?
Could Tony Romo be involved in a potential deal where Kirk Cousins ends up in San Francisco? Ian Rapoport reports the Cowboys, Redskins and Niners could soon be in trade talks.
Report: Cowboys will try to trade Alfred Morris
The Cowboys will reportedly try to trade backup running back Alfred Morris. Will they re-sign Darren McFadden to replace Morris behind Ezekiel Elliott?