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PHOENIX – When free agency began March 9, there seemed to be uncertainty – at least outside the organization – whether the Cowboys could re-sign starting wide receiver Terrance Williams. Read

A day later, Williams agreed to a four-year, $17 million contract to stay with the team that drafted him in 2013. Read


PHOENIX – Two weeks after reports surfaced that Doug Free intends to retire from football, the Cowboys signed six-year veteran Byron Bell for depth at offensive tackle this past Friday. Read

Speaking Sunday at the NFL Annual Meeting in Phoenix, Cowboys executive vice president Stephen Jones did not confirm that Free’s retirement is official. He did acknowledge Bell’s signing adds competition at offensive tackle if indeed the Cowboys will be without Free, a 10-year Cowboys veteran and longtime starting right tackle. Read


PHOENIX - The NFL Annual Meeting is underway in Phoenix, Arizona. Read

This is the time each year when the league's owners meet to discuss potential changes to the NFL's playing rules and bylaws. Read is on-location in Phoenix to provide full coverage of the annual meeting. Read

Below are the 15 potential playing rules changes proposed for the 2017 season and beyond. Read

2017 Playing Rules Proposals Read

Proposed by Philadelphia - Gives additional protections for long snappers on kick plays. Read


PHOENIX – The Cowboys aren’t finished addressing their defense this offseason, particularly in the upcoming NFL Draft. Read

Free agency is just entering its third full week, and April’s draft could yield new contributors for a Dallas defense that recently lost seven players on the open market, including four former starters: cornerbacks Brandon Carr and Morris Claiborne, safety Barry Church and defensive tackle Terrell McClain. Read


(Editor's Note: Throughout the spring, will continue its NFL draft coverage by looking at various college Pro Days and workouts around the nation. Michigan hosted its annual Pro Day on Friday, and Max Bultman, staff writer for The Michigan Daily, was on hand for the event.) Read


ANN ARBOR, Mich. — With more NFL draft hopefuls than any year in recent memory, the Michigan football team’s Pro Day drew an understandable amount of hype this season. Nearly every starter from one of the nation’s best defenses will be available in next month’s draft. Read


Los Cowboys firmaron un contrato por un año con el tackle ofensivo Byron Bell de los Tennessee Titans. Read

A pesar de que todavía no es oficial, existen las especulaciones de que el liniero ofensivo de los Cowboys, Doug Free, presentará su carta de retiro, lo que dejaría al equipo con poca profundidad en la posición de tackle. Read

Bell inició su carrera en la NFL como un agente libre no reclutado, pero terminó firmando un contrato con los Carolina Panthers justo al inicio del campamento de entrenamiento en 2011. Read


FRISCO, Texas – And 67 days after the fact comes a victory for common sense. Read

Too late for the Dallas Cowboys. Read

Now before we go any further, let’s give a couple of definitions for the age-old term of common sense: Read

First: Good sense and sound judgment in practical matters. Read

Second: Sound and prudent judgment based on a simple perception of the situation or facts. Read

Makes sense, right? Read


FRISCO, Texas – The Cowboys added more depth along their offensive line on Friday, as they signed offensive tackle Byron Bell to a one-year deal. Read

Bell gives the Cowboys another veteran option in the offensive line room, as he comes to Dallas with 72 career starts over the past five seasons. Originally undrafted out of New Mexico in 2011, Bell signed with Carolina and quickly established himself as a starter at right tackle. Read


The Cowboys are more than two weeks into free agency, but it’s never too early to start focusing on the draft. Of course, the Cowboys have the 28th overall pick in the first round, but if last year proved anything, talent can be found in other places. Read

So for the next seven weeks leading up to the NFL Draft in late April, let’s focus on the best players the Cowboys have collected in each of the seven rounds.   Read

This week, let’s focus on the 10 best sixth-round picks in Cowboys history: Read



With Sidney Jones and Fabian Moreau sustaining serious injuries in their Pro Days, do the Cowboys now have to make drafting a CB in Round 1 even more of a priority? As there may not be a quality CB in Round 2. Read

Bryan: There will be a quality cornerback in Round 2 - I would not panic.  Read


(Editor's Note: Throughout the spring, will continue its NFL draft coverage by looking at various college Pro Days and workouts around the nation. Missouri hosted its annual Pro Day on Thursday, and Missouri Maneater staff writer Garrett Jones was on hand for the event.) Read


COLUMBIA, Mo. — Fifteen different Missouri prospects participated in Thursday’s Mizzou Football Pro Day at the on-campus practice facilities in Columbia. Of these prospects, none shone brighter than projected NFL Draft first-round pick Charles Harris. Read


FRISCO, Texas – Nine players signed, nine players departing. Read

The Cowboys’ roster has seen plenty of change since free agency began two weeks ago, though six of their signings are returning contributors from last season. Read

Free agency is still ongoing, and the draft is exactly five weeks away. The roster is far from a finished product, but here’s a glimpse at what the offense’s unofficial lineup might look like if the 2017 season began today. Read

Quarterback Read

Starter: Dak Prescott Read



With all the coming and going of free agency, which player from a division rival are you most happy to see go? Chris Baker? Bennie Logan or somebody else? Read

Bryan: Bennie Logan is a good one. Hard guy to block, always been disruptive. Glad to see Pierre Garcon and DeSean Jackson go from Washington. Tough matchup guys to deal with.  Read


(Nota: Correo Cowboys es una serie de preguntas mandadas por fanáticos alrededor del mundo. Ambar García, corresponsal de Somos Cowboys, y Nick Eatman, columnista para, responden las siguientes preguntas de los fans). Read

Omar Rodríguez
Monterrey, México

¿Los constantes problemas fuera de cancha con Ezekiel Elliott podrían llevarlo a una larga suspensión? ¿Quién sería su suplente, tomando en cuenta que McFadden es propenso a lesiones y tal vez se haga un canje con Alfred Morris? Read


FRISCO, Texas – So the Cowboys have seen nine players walk out the door in free agency over the last two weeks. Read

In return, three new players have signed with six others rejoining the squad. Read

The free-agent signing period is far from over but it’s certainly at a calmer state right now and will continue to be that way as we inch closer to the draft in late April. Read

Whether or not the Cowboys sign any other players in free agency, they undoubtedly will add players in the draft and rookie free agency. Read


(Nota: El contenido original fue escrito por Nick Eatman, columnista para, y traducido al español para Read

FRISCO, Texas - Lo que ha ocurrido con la posición de secundaria durante la última semana ha parecido convertir a muchos fanáticos de los Cowboys a un estado frenético. Read

Honestamente, creo que es bastante cómico. Read

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