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ARLINGTON, Texas – The Cowboys have activated linebacker Rolando McClain from the Active Physically Unable to Perform (PUP) list, paving the way for him to return to practice on a limited basis Monday for the first time th
This year marks the 10th anniversary of NBC’s Sunday Night Football and to mark the special occasion, they brought in some high profile players from around the NFL to shoot a promo.
IRVING, Texas – The Cowboys made the first five of 15 projected cuts on Monday afternoon, as they prepare to meet the NFL’s 75-man roster limit on Sept. 1.
The team parted ways with Tom Hornsey, Casey Kreiter, Robert Steeples, Phil Bates and Carlif Taylor to begin the roster-trimming process.
They’ll need to make 10 more cuts to reach the 75-man limit by the deadline, which is Tuesday at 3 p.m.
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Aquí podrán encontrar todo tipo de contenido acerca del mejor equipo de la NFL, los Dallas Cowboys. No solo les estaré contando sobre las últimas noticias acerca del equipo, sino que también les traeré videos y entrevistas divertidas con los jugadores y entrenadores del equipo. Espero que disfruten este nuevo espacio dedicado especialmente para todos los latinos en donde nos podremos unir como un gran equipo y apoyar a nuestros Dallas Cowboys porque todos ¡Somos Cowboys!
La noche del sábado, los Dallas Cowboys jugaron contra los Vikings de Minnesota. El puntaje final fue: MIN 28 – DAL 14.
Aún nos encontramos en la pre-temporada del año así que no se preocupen mucho por esta perdida. Este es nuestro año y seguiremos con fuerza, camino hacia el Super Bowl. Este fue nuestro primer juego en casa, en el estadio de AT&T, en donde un total de 86,082 personas estuvieron presente. Fue un gusto estar de regreso en Dallas junto a todos nuestros aficionados de los Cowboys.
IRVING, Texas – The end of the preseason is in sight, as the Cowboys have just one more exhibition game before preparations can begin for the regular season.
Before the focus moves to the final roster cuts, though, I spent my Sunday with the game tape of the Cowboys’ 28-14 loss to Minnesota on Saturday night. Here are my follow-up impressions from the game, highlighted by some of my strongest impressions from the Cowboys’ defensive performance.
IRVING, Texas – Find a defensive coordinator who doesn’t believe in this philosophy, and either he hasn’t been in this business for long, or won’t be.
But most defensive coaches have long subscribed to the theory of “you can’t have too many good corners.”
Cowboys’ DC Rod Marinelli said it after Saturday’s third preseason game. Defensive backs coach Jerome Henderson echoed it that night, and just about every other media interview he’s done.
ARLINGTON, Texas – Twelve thoughts – both good and bad – that I observed from the radio booth during the Cowboys’ preseason home opener against the Vikings.
ARLINGTON, Texas – The Cowboys aren’t as concerned with the 28-14 final outcome against the Vikings Saturday night, as they are with how the starters performed in the dress rehearsal.
This spot is usually saved for the five plays that changed the game. But in the preseason, when the goal is more to evaluate individuals and keep everyone healthy, let’s focus on five other aspects of the game.
So the preseason version will include players, stats and sometimes plays that get overlooked.
ARLINGTON, Texas – Dez Bryant missed his third straight preseason game Saturday against the Minnesota Vikings as the Cowboys continue to be deliberate with the All-Pro receiver’s return from a hamstring injury that sidelined hi
ARLINGTON, Texas. – With the Cowboys using Saturday night as a “dress rehearsal” game, we got a chance to many more starters and regular contributors for a lengthy period of time.
Before the game, staff writers of DallasCowboys.com picked two players each to watch throughout the game. Here is the review following Saturday’s game at AT&T Stadium.
In the annual “dress rehearsal” game of the preseason schedule, the Cowboys eventually suffered a 28-14 loss to the Minnesota Vikings over four quarters of play in front of 86,082 fans.
That was really secondary, though, to what took place in the first two quarters when the team’s projected starters got in their work. Based on those opening 30 minutes of action, Dallas showed encouraging signs of good things to come in the 2015 season.
ARLINGTON, Texas – A few hours before the Cowboys and Vikings took the field for Saturday’s third preseason game at AT&T Stadium, it was occupied for a football safety clinic to educate mothers as part of USA Football’s Heads-Up Football program.
The event teaches moms on the tackling techniques, along with proper equipment-fitting, concussion-awareness and heat and hydration.
The seminar includes speeches from Cowboys executive vice president Charlotte Jones Anderson, the chair of the NFL Foundation, along with former Cowboys player Tony Casillas.
ARLINGTON, Texas – Tonight’s preseason game against the Vikings will have a different look for a variety of reasons. Firstly, it’s the Cowboys’ first game of the season at AT&T Stadium after two preseason road trips.
More importantly, it’s also the so-called “dress rehearsal game” before the start of the regular season. For at least a quarter or two, this is as close as the Cowboys are going to look to the real deal until Sept. 13 when they open the season against the Giants.