Of the three options for Jason Witten regarding the 2020 season, he has eliminated one of them. The future Hall of Fame tight end does not intend to retire and has decided he wants to play a 17th season, per David Moore of the Dallas Morning News (on Twitter). The next question will be where Witten plays. He has indicated leaving the Cowboys for another team is on the table, … [Read more...] about Jason Witten Committed To Playing In 2020
Recently, Cowboys VP Stephen Jones‘ phone has been blowing up with texts from Dez Bryant, who is hoping to reunite with his former club. This week, Bryant directly confirmed his desire to sign with the Cowboys. [RELATED: Cowboys VP On Dez Bryant] “Of course, that’s home,” Bryant told the local FOX affiliate (via USA Today’s Lorenzo Reyes). “That’s home. And potentially being … [Read more...] about Dez Bryant Wants To Play For Cowboys
As teams gear up for an offseason of roster maneuvering, teams are beginning to the arduous process of lining up their salary caps to retain key players on expiring contracts, sign free agents, and their draft picks. Teams are forced to make especially difficult salary-cap decisions when they have a chance at an elite player through free agency. While many of the top players … [Read more...] about Poll: Who Is The Best Unrestricted Free Agent QB This Offseason?
With Dak Prescott and Amari Cooper now five weeks from free agency, the Cowboys have made their priorities clear. That stands to price out their other high-end free agent, but the Cowboys may not view Byron Jones as a player worth a top-market cornerback contract. The Cowboys are leery of a big Jones payment, with Calvin Watkins of the Dallas Morning News reporting they are not … [Read more...] about Cowboys Prepared To Let Byron Jones Walk?
Dak Prescott‘s second contract has been a front-burner matter in NFL news cycles for nearly a year, but the Cowboys and their starting quarterback remain apart on terms. The four-year starter’s demands were north of $30MM AAV last year, and they were believed to be in the range of Russell Wilson‘s $35MM-per-year amount. While it’s uncertain if the Cowboys are comfortable … [Read more...] about Dak Prescott Not Asking For $40MM AAV
Byron Jones is not the only Cowboys cornerback who will be an unrestricted free agent come March. Dallas’ four-year slot corner, Anthony Brown, is on track for free agency but does not expect nearly the same kind of deal as Jones will receive. Brown may be eyeing a short-term pact in order to re-establish his value after an injury-marred season, with Calvin Watkins of the … [Read more...] about Latest On Anthony Brown, Cowboys
Cowboys linebacker Sean Lee will play in 2020, agent Mike McCartney tells Ian Rapoport of NFL.com (on Twitter). The only question that remains is where the 33-year-old (34 in July) will play. Lee is scheduled for free agency in March and the Cowboys have yet to decide whether they want to bring the veteran back for another season. First, they’ll have to address other … [Read more...] about Cowboys’ Sean Lee To Play In 2020
In announcing their coaching staff, the Cowboys revealed more new names coming to join Mike McCarthy in his first season. Although this offseason featured a few ex-Cowboys assistants going to New York to follow Jason Garrett, McCarthy hired former Giants staffer Lunda Wells to be his tight ends coach. Wells joins assistant offensive line coach Jeff Blasko and first-year coach … [Read more...] about Cowboys Make Staff Changes
We heard earlier this week that negotiations between the Cowboys and quarterback Dak Prescott could ultimately lead to a franchise tag. However, Stephen Jones clarified that the organization is still focused on completing a long-term deal before Prescott hits unrestricted free agency in March. “We want to get this done,” Jones told Clarence E. Hill Jr. of the Dallas … [Read more...] about Latest On Dak Prescott, Cowboys FAs