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(Editor’s Note: With the offseason in full swing, the focus is now shifting to the 2016 season, where the Cowboys have one of the toughest schedules in the NFL. Not only do the Cowboys face five playoff teams but many of the top players in football. So the writers of DallasCowboys.com have ranked the Top 50 players expected to be on the field this season, including the Cowboys. Today, we continue the list with Cincinnati Bengals offensive tackle Andrew Whitworth.) Read

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IRVING, TexasEzekiel Elliott won a national championship at Ohio State. In three years he became the school’s second all-time leading rusher. Read

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As OTAs got underway this past week, many Cowboys player took to Twitter to share their excitement for the next phase of the offseason program. Read

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IRVING, Texas – Here is what you should like most about the first week of OTAs for the Dallas Cowboys. Read

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Tony Romo está de regreso junto a sus compañeros de juego. Read

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Editor’s Note: With the offseason in full swing, the focus is now shifting to the 2016 season, where the Cowboys have one of the toughest schedules in the NFL. Not only do the Cowboys face five playoff teams but many of the top players in football. So the writers of DallasCowboys.com have ranked the Top 50 players expected to be on the field this season, including the Cowboys. Today, we continue the list with Giants cornerback Janoris Jenkins. Read

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The Dallas Cowboys and the city of Arlington are teaming up once again to move forward with bidding for some of the NFL’s biggest events, either at AT&T Stadium or even at the team’s new headquarters in Frisco. Read

Cowboys executive vice president Stephen Jones was in Arlington this week to announce that Texas UIL state championship games would return to AT&T Stadium again this winter, but had another title game on his mind as well. Read

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IRVING, Texas – Entering his second season with the Cowboys, Brice Butler has a much better idea of what to expect in 2016 – and that pertains to far more than just football. Read

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Cowboys fans are used to clutch performances from Dez Bryant. They’re also used to his signature celebration of throwing up the X. Read

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(Editor’s Note: With the draft now behind us, the Cowboys seemingly have a full roster for the offseason and training camp. There will likely be changes here and there but this group will mostly be intact when the real competition begins. The writers of DallasCowboys.com have broken down some of the pressing position battles to keep an eye on. Today, we conclude the series with the backup offensive tackle position.) Read

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Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders Visit Kindergarten Graduation Day Read

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As we walked down the hallway full of bright shining smiles, the kind and respectful students of Salazar Elementary School greeted us with colorful signs. Kindergarten Graduation Day had arrived! Read

We entered into their decorated event room, filled with adorable little ones in caps and gowns. Every parent in the audience was snapping pictures and calling out their child's name with pride.   Read

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All University Interscholastic League football state championship games will be played at AT&T Stadium in Arlington for the next two years, the UIL announced Thursday. Read

The 11-man and six-man football championship games will be played at AT&T Stadium, with a new schedule placing all 12 games in a four-day span. The 2016 championship games will take place December 14-17. Read

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(Nota: El contenido original fue escrito por Rob Phillips, columnista de DallasCowboys.com, y traducido al español para SomosCowboys.com) Read

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ARLINGTON, Texas – Stephen Jones’ favorite phrase is that “talent acquisition is a 365 days a year.” Read

For the time being, though, the Cowboys’ executive vice president said he feels good about the players currently on his roster, and he isn’t currently looking for outside help. Read

“All those things are things we keep our eyes on, but I don’t think right now we’re ready to make a move on any type of veteran, at this point, that’s available,” Jones said Thursday at AT&T Stadium. Read

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Editor’s Note: With the offseason in full swing, the focus is now shifting to the 2016 season, where the Cowboys have one of the toughest schedules in the NFL. Not only do the Cowboys face five playoff teams but many of the top players in football. So the writers of DallasCowboys.com have ranked the Top 50 players expected to be on the field this season, including the Cowboys. Today, we continue the list with Redskins receiver DeSean Jackson. Read

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IRVING, Texas – As the Cowboys continued their first week of OTA’s (organized team activities) on Wednesday, head coach Jason Garrett confirmed that veteran guard Ronald Leary has yet to participate in this Read

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