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Owens Shows Up

    Cowboys wide receiver Terrell Owens showed up to Valley Ranch today. The team’s off-season conditioning program began last week, but Owens surely wasn’t expected to show up due to injury. His cast will be removed Wednesday and he

New York Coming to Dallas

    Two 2007 season games were announced and both happened to feature New York Teams. The first Sunday night game will be Giants vs. Cowboys in Dallas. It will be broadcast on NBC, Sunday night, Sept.

Jerry Jones Honored by Irvin's Request

      The 10th member of the Cowboys to be elected into the Pro Football Hall of Fame is also the first to be presented by a team owner. Earlier this week Michael Irvin asked Jerry Jones

Cowboy Fans Say Goodbye to Crazy Ray

    The Cowboys will honor Crazy Ray on Saturday with a public memorial service at Texas Stadium on Saturday, March 24 at 10 a.m. Donations are being accepted for the family at http://www.savecrazyray.com. The team will

A Texas-Size Running Back Controversy

Even before the Philadelphia Daily News posted the rumor that Julius Jones could be traded for the right price, we were talking about the Cowboys running back dilemma. Right after the season ended we asked this question: 1. I

Who Dat?

Dat Nguyen is back at the ranch! He has been named assistant linebackers/defensive quality control coach. Nguyen, a former linebacker, played for Dallas for seven seasons (1999-2005) before being forced into retirement due to a neck injury. He

Wade Phillips to be Cowboys Head Coach

    A formal announcement will be made today at 5 p.m., but reports are saying Wade Phillips is the Dallas Cowboys next head coach. Phillips was the only candidate who would keep the 3-4 defense and

The Wait Continues…

    Jerry Jones announced that the new head coach will not be named until after the Super Bowl. Its a great choice by Jones. I’m glad he’s not rushing into this but it certainly makes you wonder

Boys Will Be Pros

    I’m looking forward to seeing five Cowboys in the Pro Bowl this year. Since I really have no interest in this years Super Bowl, the Pro Bowl will give me my last football fix this season.

Who's Next?

Okay, he’s done. He coached his heart out and he’s tired. Its been two days and I think we have all accepted this, its time to move on and we are ready for the new guy. But who

Parcells Retires

Bill Parcells has retired Monday, according to a press release from the team.  "I am retiring from coaching football. I want to thank Jerry Jones and Stephen Jones for their tremendous support over the last four years,"