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FRISCO, Texas – Some of most prominent figures in both football and the business world were at The Star in Frisco on Tuesday for a unique football summit, hosted by Jerry Jones and the Dallas Cowboys. Read

The meeting of the minds of more than 20 people, including the likes of Roger Staubach, Archie Manning and many other CEO’s, presidents, athletic directors and more, took place in an attempt to address and discuss many of the hot topics surrounding football and its future on all levels, from the youth stages to high school, college and of course, the NFL. Read

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La agencia libre de la NFL comienza el 9 de marzo y los Cowboys tendrán la temporada baja para decidir si quieren tratar de retener algunos de los siguientes jugadores. Read

Agentes libres sin restricciones:
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FRISCO, Texas – Tight end Rico Gathers and wide receiver Read

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Sean Lee fue agregado a la lista del Pro Bowl como suplente debido a que el apoyador de los Panthers, Luke Kuechly, no podrá participar por causa de una conmoción cerebral. Read

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FRISCO, Texas – This is the reality of NFL football at the end of each season: players will return the next season, maybe even the majority of the roster, but that exact same team will never play together again. Read

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The Dallas Cowboys amazing 13-3 regular season gave them a first round bye and the right to host the NFL Divisional round game at AT&T Stadium. Read

Following the Wild Card round, the Cowboys knew their opponent would be the Green Bay Packers, led by Aaron Rodgers. While this week's game would be the biggest Cowboys game in the history of AT&T Stadium, Rodgers actually won the biggest game in the stadium's history with the Packers' Super Bowl XLV win over the Pittsburgh Steelers in 2011. Read

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FRISCO, Texas – He might have been a snubbed in December, but Sean Lee is officially a Pro Bowler now. Read

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Tristemente la temporada de los Cowboys ha llegado a su fin tras la derrota, 34-31, ante el juego divisional contra los Green Bay Packers. Read

A pesar de no haber tenido el final que todos anhelábamos, los Cowboys concluyen con una temporada llena de enseñanzas, sueños y esperanza. Definitivamente una temporada que demuestra un futuro prometedor para esta gran franquicia. Read

¿Qué es lo que más recordarás de esta temporada? Varios jugadores dieron sus comentarios antes de partir.  Read

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FRISCO, Texas - It’s hard to rank levels of frustration on a team that just suffered a devastating playoff loss, but if one were to attempt to guess which Cowboys got the least amount of sleep Sunday night Morris Read

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FRISCO, Texas – Two days after the Cowboys’ divisional-round playoff loss to the Green Bay Packers, Jerry Jones isn’t ready to discuss what could be the team’s biggest topic of speculation this offseason: Read

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FRISCO, Texas – The Cowboys had their sights on another Bowl this postseason. Read

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FRISCO, Texas – Reality sets in eventually, though it happens at different times. Read

Perhaps some of the Cowboys realized it as soon as Mason Crosby’s game-winning field goal snuck inside the left goal post on Sunday. Others may have realized it when they met as a team for the final time on Monday morning. It’s a good bet that the truth hasn’t hit home for plenty of players bidding farewell to the season. Read

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FRISCO, Texas – It was the most publicized storyline of the year – a delicate situation that could have disrupted the locker room in the middle of a special season. Read

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The Cowboys have signed 12 players to the roster, including eight from the practice squad. Read

This is a procedural move that occurs at the end of the season as most teams re-sign the players on the current squad. Read

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Todo por servir se acaba, y lo que servía en la mente de tanto aficionado a la NFL, la mismísima tónica para ver llegar a estos Vaqueros a la más grande de las fiestas, terminó siendo el acabose con unos Empacadores sonando la campana 34-31 en la casa de los Vaqueros.  Read

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FRISCO, Texas – It wasn’t fun to spend the night with the tape of the Cowboys’ loss to Green Bay, but I did it anyway. Read

As usual, there are so many factors that contribute to a football game. There were miscues by the Cowboys, and there were great plays by the Packers. There was no shortage of officiating problems for both sides of the matchup. Read

None of that is going to change the final score of the game. But it can help us gain a better understanding of what we watched on Sunday, and what the Cowboys need to work on going forward. Read

Here we go: Read

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Some of the thoughts that run through an oversized, bald head:
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• Like that, in an instant, a bitterly painful moment, it’s finished. What started nearly six months ago in Oxnard, Calif., and even before that at minicamp and the OTAs, seemingly destined for a magical conclusion, is taken away with a broken route. Like two kids on the playground, Aaron Rodgers and Jared Cook, made the play. It sucks. There’s no other way to explain it. Read

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ARLINGTON, Texas – In a pool report after the game, referee Tony Corrente explained two costly Cowboys penalties in Sunday’s 34-31 divisional-round loss to the Green Bay Packers at AT&T Stadium. Read

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