ICYMI: Dallas Cowboys QB Tony Romo Inks Deal With DIRECTV

Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo has signed a mult-year endorsement deal with satellite TV giant @DIRECTV.


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Video: Dallas Cowboys QB Tony Romo’s Lifetime Achievement Award acceptance speech

Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo’s acceptance speech for the Lifetime Achievement Award at the 2015 Nancy Lieberman Foundation.


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Cowboys DE Hardy Involved in Verbal Altercation With Teammate

Dallas Cowboys defensive end Greg Hardy was involved in verbal altercation with teammate Davon Coleman during conditioning drills today at Valley Ranch.

One source said that Hardy got on to Coleman for not pushing himself during drills. The situation when escalated when Coleman supposedly called Hardy a “woman beater”.





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ICYMI: RB Melvin Gordon On The Jim Rome Show

Running back Melvin Gordon was on The Jim Rome Show and Gordon was caught rocking a Dallas Cowboys t-shirt underneath his sweatshirt.


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NFL Releases Statement on the Greg Hardy Suspension.

NFL’s statement on Greg Hardy-Via NFL.com

In addition, Hardy and his counsel, along with representatives of the NFL Players Association, met with NFL staff and investigators on March 4, at which time Hardy’s counsel made a detailed presentation and shared additional information. Hardy and his counsel also met on March 10 with the independent investigators, at which he was afforded the opportunity to discuss and respond to questions about the events of May 13, 2014. And, after having the opportunity to review certain photographs recently made available by the district attorney’s office in North Carolina, Hardy and his counsel had a further opportunity to discuss the evidence and provide a supplemental report from Hardy’s medical expert.

The NFL’s investigation concluded that Hardy violated the Personal Conduct Policy by using physical force against Nicole Holder in at least four instances. First, he used physical force against her which caused her to land in a bathtub. Second, he used physical force against her which caused her to land on a futon that was covered with at least four semi-automatic rifles. Third, he used physical force against her by placing his hands around Ms. Holder’s neck and applying enough pressure to leave visible marks. And fourth, he used physical force to shove Ms. Holder against a wall in his apartment’s entry hallway.

“The net effect of these acts was that Ms. Holder was severely traumatized and sustained a range of injuries, including bruises and scratches on her neck, shoulders, upper chest, back, arms and feet,” Commissioner Goodell wrote. “The use of physical force under the circumstances present here, against a woman substantially smaller than you and in the presence of powerful, military-style assault weapons, constitutes a significant act of violence in violation of the Personal Conduct Policy.”

Commissioner Goodell noted that Hardy engaged in conduct detrimental to the league and that a suspension of this length would be appropriate under any version of the Personal Conduct Policy or its predecessors.

Despite numerous efforts to interview Ms. Holder, the NFL was unable to do so. It is not known whether that is the result of her entering into a civil settlement with Hardy or other factors. The commissioner’s decision is based on findings that are supported by credible corroborating evidence independent of Ms. Holder’s statements and testimony, such as testimony of other witnesses, medical and police reports, expert analyses, and photographs.

The NFL’s investigation also concluded that Hardy failed to provide complete and accurate information to NFL investigators and members of the NFL staff.

Hardy was initially arrested as a result of the May 13 incident and charged with Assault on a Female and Communicating Threats following an altercation with Ms. Holder at his residence in Charlotte, North Carolina. On July 15, he was found guilty of these charges by a state court judge following a bench trial at which both Hardy and the victim testified under oath, and during which photographic and other evidence was admitted in open court and discussed in the presence of the public and the news media. Following the judgment of conviction, Hardy was sentenced to a period of incarceration (which was suspended) and probation.



Dallas Cowboys 2015 Schedule: Top 5 Games To Watch

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DALLAS (105.3 THE FAN) – The Dallas Cowboys 2015 regular season schedule was released Tuesday night much to the delight of NFL fans in North Texas.

These are 5 Dallas Cowboys games you should get tickets for because they are going to be great games.

1. NY Giants at Dallas Cowboys – Sunday, September 13 (Sunday Night Football)

The Cowboys and Giants have always had that ‘division rival hatred’ toward each other, but it escalated to a new high when Giants QB Eli Manning signed his name to the locker room wall at the new AT&T stadium.

Ever since their championship season in 2011, the Giants have been in freefall. They went 9-7 in 2012, 7-9 in 2013 and 6-10 in 2014.

The Cowboys have a four-game winning streak vs the Giants and have won five of the last six, with…

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Cowboys Schedule Causes Conflict At AT&T Stadium

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ARLINGTON (CBSDFW) – Traditionally, December has been a difficult month for the Dallas Cowboys schedule. Now, a state of Texas tradition may be compromised by the Cowboys schedule at AT&T Stadium.

The Dallas Cowboys are scheduled to host the New York Jets on Saturday, December 19th at AT&T Stadium. That game conflicts with the three UIL state football championship games scheduled for the Cowboys home stadium on the same day.

AT&T Stadium has hosted High School state championship football games since 2011.

When reached by CBS 11 this morning, Cowboys officials were optimistic that the conflict “will get worked out.”

While it’s not uncommon for the NFL to schedule late season games on Saturdays, it’s been a rarity that the Cowboys host a regular season game on a Saturday. In the last 40 years, the Cowboys have played only five Saturday regular season games at home.

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Dallas Cowboys 2015 Schedule

Football is in the air!!!!  NFL teams fan bases across the nation excitement is reaching a fevered pitch and the NFL just released the 2015-2016 football schedule a few minutes ago. So let the trash talking begin!

Our Dallas Cowboys 2015 schedule is finally released!!!! The Cowboys will have two division games within the first six weeks.

Cowboys will also play in five prime time games this season. We have three Sunday Night Football games (two of those games will be against NFC East teams), one Monday Night Football game vs the Redskins, one Saturday night game vs the Jets.


Games I am really looking forward to:

  • Sept. 13 vs. New York Giants  (Season Opener)
  • Oct. 11 vs. New England Patriots (SuperBowl Champs come to town.)
  • Nov. 8 vs. Philadelphia Eagles (Sunday Night Football)*
  • Nov. 26 vs. Carolina Panthers Thanksgiving*
  • Dec. 13 at Green Bay Packers (Revenge game)



Week 1: Sept. 13 vs. New York Giants  8:30 pm (NBC)*
Week 2: Sept. 20 at Philadelphia Eagles 4:25 pm (Fox)
Week 3: Sept. 27 vs. Atlanta Falcons  1:00 pm (Fox)
Week 4: Oct. 4 at New Orleans Saints 8:30 pm (NBC)*
Week 5: Oct. 11 vs. New England Patriots 4:25 pm (CBS)
Week 6: BYE

Week 7: Oct. 25 at New York Giants 4:25 pm (Fox)
Week 8: Nov. 1 vs. Seattle Seahawks 4:25 pm (Fox)
Week 9: Nov. 8 vs. Philadelphia Eagles 8:30 pm (NBC)*
Week 10:
Nov. 15 at Tampa Bay Buccaneers 1:00 pm (Fox)
Week 11:
Nov. 22 at Miami Dolphins 1:00 pm (Fox)
Week 12:
Nov. 26 vs. Carolina Panthers 4:30 pm Thanksgiving^ (CBS)
Week 13: Dec. 7 at Washington Redskins 8:30 (ESPN) MNF
Week 14:
Dec. 13 at Green Bay Packers 4:25 pm (Fox)
Week 15:
Dec. 19 vs. New York Jets 8:25 pm NFLN/CBS
Week 16:
Dec. 27 at Buffalo Bills 1:00 pm (Fox)
Week 17: Jan. 3 vs. Washington Redskins 1:00 pm (Fox)

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Schedule Breakdown

  • The Cowboys will have five prime time football games. (3-Sunday Night Football games, 1 Monday Night Football, 1 Saturday game.)
  •  Sunday Night Football Games- Eagles, Giants, and Saints. (NBC)
  •  Monday Night Football- Redskins (ESPN)
  •  Saturday Night Game- Jets (NFL Network, CBS)


Early Predictions:  Best Case (12-4); Worst Case (10-6)


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Draft Watch Party

Come out and party with fellow Dallas Cowboys fans, media and personalities as we hang out all night at The Maverick Bar to enjoy the best burgers in town and 30 TV screens including the 200-inch TV and talk about the team and watch the NFL Draft with some of DFW’s most in-the-know experts!



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Location: The Maverick Bar

Address: 1616 W Hebron Parkway, Suite 108, Carrollton, Texas 75010

Time: April 30th 6:30 pm


Report: Cowboys vs Panthers on Thanksgiving.

Early schedule report have the Carolina Panthers against the Dallas Cowboys on Thanksgiving Day.

Link to the Full story here.

2015 Season Opener Set: Dallas Cowboys vs. Giants

NFL insider Adam Schefter tweeted that the Dallas Cowboys will open up the 2015 NFL season with NFC East rival the New York Giants.


Cowboys vs. Giants 2014

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Cowboys Officially Re-Sign RB Lance Dunbar, Punter Chris Jones

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IRVING (AP) – The Cowboys have re-signed running back Lance Dunbar and punter Chris Jones to one-year contracts worth $1.5 million. Both were restricted free agents.

Dunbar worked his way into a change-of-pace role out of the Dallas backfield as an undrafted free agent out of North Texas three years ago. He had 362 all-purpose yards last season, topped by 217 yards receiving.

The 25-year-old Dunbar has a chance for an expanded role with NFL rushing champion DeMarco Murray’s departure to Philadelphia in free agency.

Jones has been with the Cowboys four seasons, the past two as the full-time punter. He had a career-best 45.4-yard average last season. His career net average is 39.5 yards.

Dunbar and Jones were the last of Dallas’ restricted free agents.

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