Jeff Driskel was just cut by the Broncos a few days ago, and it didn’t take long for the backup veteran quarterback to generate some interest. The Cowboys flew in Driskel Thursday night for a Friday visit, Michael Gehlken of the Dallas Morning News tweets. Last night Gehlken had tweeted there was “a good chance Driskel signs” which would make him the “favorite to serve as Dak … [Read more...] about Cowboys Host Jeff Driskel
QB Jeff Driskel visited the Dallas Cowboys on Friday to give indication that the team is on the lookout for competition to handle backup duties behind Dak Prescott. … [Read more...] about Visit signals Cowboys eyeing Jeff Driskel to be backup quarterback answer
It is obvious that there is a wide variety of opinions when it comes to this 2021 NFL Draft class for the Dallas Cowboys, specifically the selection of Penn State linebacker Micah Parsons in the first round. I voiced my displeasure on social media but now that we have had a few days to digest […] Final analysis: The Cowboys selection of Micah Parsons - The Landry Hat - The … [Read more...] about Final analysis: The Cowboys selection of Micah Parsons
In the 2019 NFL Draft, the Dallas Cowboys’ first selection was DT Trysten Hill from the University of Central Florida. Little did we know at the time, not only would it be the last year of the Jason Garrett era, but also the last year of the Cowboys defense. The Hill selection often gets scrutinized […] Dallas Cowboys: Is Trysten Hill the odd man out this year? - Sports Dallas … [Read more...] about Dallas Cowboys: Is Trysten Hill the odd man out this year?
The NFL draft is now firmly in the past, meaning roster speculation is now in full swing. With two big additions at linebacker, some believe the Cowboys should begin shopping their high-profile linebackers Jaylon Smith and Leighton Vander Esch. Cowboys rookie defensive end Osa Odighizuwa can learn from the career of his brother, who was draft by the Giants in the second round … [Read more...] about Cowboys News: Jeff Driskel leaves without deal, should LVE be traded?
Once again- when it comes to dollars and cents, anyway- there is no entity in all of sports like America’s Team. Forbes has ranked the Dallas Cowboys the most valuable sports franchise on the planet for the sixth year in a row. Despite a down year in which the COVID-19 pandemic cancelled some leagues’ seasons outright, wreaked havoc with scheduling, and forced teams to play … [Read more...] about Cowboys named most valuable sports franchise for 6th straight year
Photo by Don Juan Moore/Getty Images Check out today’s latest and greatest news surrounding America’s team! Mailbag: A Change At Safety? Wright’s Grade? - Dave Helman, DallasCowboys.com Position flex is good, and the Cowboys have it. How to use it is the question. With the plethora of linebackers now – Jaylon, Leighton, Parsons, free agent Neal and Jabril Cox – what … [Read more...] about Cowboys news: The Cowboys roster begins to take shape
Kyle Terada-USA TODAY Sports The Cowboys are first place in something. Over the last decade or so we have established an annual tradition during the offseason where we celebrate something that doesn’t really mean a whole lot when it comes to the Dallas Cowboys. Cue the jokes about how there is nothing else to celebrate. Sigh. We all know that it has been over 25 years … [Read more...] about The Dallas Cowboys are the most valuable professional sports team in the world
Photo by Elsa/Getty Images It’s never too early to think about roster cuts for the Cowboys. Now that the NFL Draft has come and gone, the Cowboys are sitting at the max of 90 players on their roster. It’s possible that some minor roster churning could still happen between now and the start of training camp, but for the most part this will be the group of guys that Mike … [Read more...] about Way-too-early 2021 Cowboys roster prediction