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Jerry Jones: This is not a make or break year for Jason Garrett

Cowboys owner Jerry Jones told reporters that this season is not a make or break year for head coach Jason Garrett. Jerry: 'In terms of the record, this is not a make-or-break season for Jason (Garrett).' As #cowboys owner must say — mike fisher (@fishsports) July 23, 2014 Jerry Jones said this is not a make or break year for Jason Garrett. They both know what the expectations...
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Kyle Orton doesn’t want to retire

Well Kyle Orton certainy fooled the Cowboys. Orton indicated he wanted to retire,  so Dallas cut him,  now he wants to keep playing. Jerry Jones said that Kyle Orton doesnt not want to retire and wants to play this year. Orton won the standoff. — Clarence Hill (@clarencehilljr) July 23, 2014 I’m not sure why Orton wanted to leave Dallas,  it’s not like he’s going to get...
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Jerry Jones: Kyle Orton Wants To Keep Playing

Last week the Dallas Cowboys parted ways with veteran quarterback Kyle Orton. The move prevented Orton from having to pay back the $3.25 million in prorated signing bonus and seemed to signal his retirement. But now Cowboys owner and general manager Jerry Jones has come out and said the former 2005 fourth round pick has no plans of hanging up his cleats. Photo Credit: DallasCowboys...
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Cowboys’ Quotable’s : Melton cleared, Romo ready to put back on burner

Dallas, TX - The Dallas Cowboys officially opened for Training Camp today and it seems as though optimism is coming through in waves. This is the time that folks put their best foot forward and build the team chemistry and camaraderie that according to the Cowboys definitely need. We all know I feel about that talk so we move on. One thing has now become certain, Henry Melton...
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Kyle Orton Wants To Play Another Year In The NFL

  Cowboys owner Jerry Jones told reporters on Wednesday that veteran QB Kyle Orton doesn’t want to retire from the NFL and would like to play another year, per Clarence Hill. Dallas had been in a standoff with Orton for much of the offseason, but ultimately elected to cut him last week. Jones admitted that the decision to release Orton was to create cap space and use the savings...
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Cowboys new defensive tackle Henry Melton has been cleared to play

Defensive tackle Henry Melton, an intriguing free-agent acquisition, will be cleared to take part in the first practice of training camp, according to the Dallas Morning News. Melton missed the entirety of offseason practices while recovering from ACL surgery. There was speculation that his rehab was behind schedule, so this is welcome news for the […] The post Cowboys new defensive...
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3 Reasons Why Cowboys Fans Should Want a Losing Season

So it's worth noting that I will never root for the Cowboys to lose during the season. That's why I wrote "why cowboys fans SHOULD" rather than "WILL" root for their team to lose. Also it is why I write this before the season begins, when I can look at the team logically and determine how likely it is for the team to win a super bowl with the current roster...
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Top offseason free agent acquisition DT Henry Melton a full go for Cowboys training camp

According to David Moore of the Dallas Morning News, defensive tackle Henry Melton will be medically cleared to take part in the first session in training camp. The defensive tackle is expected to be a full participant for the start of training camp after rehabbing from a torn ACL. Melton is sat out OTAs, but continued to be on track to be cleared when the Cowboys report to camp...
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Ex-Cowboys RB Robert Newhouse dies at 64

Former Dallas Cowboys running back Robert Newhouse, who spent 12 years with the team, passed away on Tuesday at the age of 64. Newhouse’s death is reported to be from a combination of a stroke he suffered back in 2010 and heart disease.  The former Cowboys running back gained over 5,700 yards and scored 36 touchdowns in 12 seasons with the team. His best season came in 1975 when...
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Demarcus Lawrence to start for the Cowboys?

Bryan Broaddus of believes Demarcus Lawrence will start at defensive end for the Cowboys this season. “@ZOPP824: @BryanBroaddus Gut feel: Does Demarcus Lawrence win the RDE spot for week 1?” Said it all spring. — Bryan Broaddus (@BryanBroaddus) July 22, 2014 Dallas doesn’t really have a choice,  it’s not like they’re busting at the seems with depth...
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Why The Dallas Cowboys Signed Wide Out Dezmon Briscoe

Apparently, the Dallas Cowboys are big believers that you can never have too many options at wide receiver. Let me start though by saying that I like the fact that the team decided to sign Dezmon Briscoe. Briscoe has shown some signs of being a playmaker at the NFL level in his NFL career to this point, but he definitely has question marks surrounding him.The first of many obvious...
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Dallas Cowboys chances of winning the NFC East could hinge on this question

Thank goodness, football is here. All week, training camps open around the NFL, as teams begin the journey toward Super Bowl XLVIX in Glendale, Arizona. Every team in the league has questions that need to be answered, as no one has a clear and easy road map to the Promised Land. But the difference between being a contender and an also-ran usually comes down to one key issue. So as...
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Dallas Cowboys add another big receiver to lethal corps

The Dallas Cowboys defense is riddled with question marks going into the 2014 season. How will they handle the loss of inside linebacker Sean Lee? Who’s going to step up as a pass rusher with Jason Hatcher and DeMarcus Ware gone? We’ll have to wait until fall to find out. One thing we don’t have to wonder about though is the Cowboys offense, which is always extremely potent...
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Tuesday web roundup: Dallas Cowboys

Demarcus Lawrence likely to win starting job at right DE > Cowboys fittingly sign TE Dallas Walker > Training camp preview > Yes, there are Tim Tebow rumors swirling around, and Cowboys are mentioned > Cowboys' trio part of new core > Team Badly Needs Kyle Wilber to Emerge > Cowboys waive DT Chris Whaley, sign two > A new world order movement...
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Cowboys add a local wide out that is pretty talented

According to agent Erik Burkhardt, the Cowboys have reached a deal with Dezmon Briscoe, who’s hauled in 43 passes for 502 yards and seven touchdowns since entering the NFL in 2010. A Dallas-area native, the 24-year-old Briscoe was with Washington last summer. Briscoe has had NFL stints with Cincinnati (2010), Tampa Bay (2010-2012) and Washington […] The post Cowboys add a local...
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