Yearly Archive:: 2011

Cowboys Reach Deal With Doug Free, Could Spell End For Colombo?

Last night, the Dallas Cowboys agreed to a  very reasonable 4 year, $32 million dollar contract with left tackle Doug Free. Free, who was an unrestricted free agent, will get $17 million dollars of that deal guaranteed. The deal

Jerry Jones Releases Roy Williams, Marion Barber, Leonard Davis

Updating this post with this breaking news on wide receiver Roy Williams: [blackbirdpie url="http://twitter.com/#!/AdamSchefter/status/95920030000218112"] A total misfit from day one, Williams scored a huge payday in Dallas and never lived up to his hype, his ego or

Cowboys Sign Nine Undrafted Free Agents Today

The Dallas Cowboys have reached agreements with nine players so far. They are: K Dan Bailey, Oklahoma State S Justin Taplin-Ross, Utah C Kevin Kowalski, Toledo C Jose Acuna, Nevada G Leupapa Letuli, Hawaii WR Lyle Leong,

Cowboys Release Tentative Training Camp Schedule

The Cowboys have announced tentative plans for training camp in San Antonio that will start Thursday and run through Aug. 10. Players will report to San Antonio on Wednesday for physicals, starting with the rookies early in

It’s Official – NFL Lockout Is Finally Over!

According to the Associated Press, people familiar with the negotiations told them that the NFL and players have reached a deal to end the lockout. The people spoke on condition of anonymity because the process is supposed to

New To The Silver & Blue: Tyron Smith – OT

By now, every Cowboys fan knows that the team selected offensive lineman Tyron Smith with their 1st round draft pick earlier this year, but did you know that it had been 30 years since the last time

Were these players really Cowboys?

Over the years the Cowboys have drafted some of the very best players that have ever played the game. Players like Bob Lilly, Roger Staubach, Bob Hayes, Randy White, Tony Dorsett, Troy Aikman, Emmitt Smith and Michael Irvin just to

The Saddest Thing In Life Is Wasted Talent

After getting an earful from Hall of Famer Deion Sanders over the weekend, Cowboys receiver Dez Bryant countered Deion’s critical statements by saying that he’s ready to move on from any negative perceptions that exist about him. Sanders,

Cowboys Ranked No. 2 In Forbes 50 Most Valuable Sports Franchises

Forbes magazine has released this years list of the “The 50 Most Valuable Teams In Sports”, and the Dallas Cowboys were ranked No. 2 in the world behind the English soccer club Manchester United. The New York Yankees

NFL Lockout: Finally, A Light At The End Of The Tunnel

So far, this NFL Lock-out has been a huge drain on the fans this year. There’s been no off-season trades, no free agents signings, and nothing to get very excited about. The players don’t seem to care

40 Bill Bates – Special Teams – 1983-1996

Bill Bates started his career while playing as a safety for the University of Tennessee. While he was there he was named second-team All-Southeastern Conference his junior and senior seasons, and developed a reputation as the team’s

Q & A with former Cowboys QB Danny White

In March of 1980 Hall of Fame quarterback Roger Staubach retired from the Dallas Cowboys. There to step in as the next Cowboys quarterback was Danny White. It was Danny White who served as Staubach’s backup from 1976-1979