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After months of speculation, the Cowboys officially cut Dez Bryant on Friday. Read

Bryant himself had a few things to say: Read Read Read

Some of his former teammates shared some thoughts as well. Read Read Read Read Read Read

It didn’t take long for NFL players across the league to start campaigning for his talents to join their team. Read Read Read Read Read Read Read Read Read

No matter where Bryant ends up, Cowboys Nation will certainly miss No. 88. Read Read

And one last time, for old time’s sake… Dez did, indeed, catch it. Read Read

This past weekend, several Dallas Cowboys spent time sharing their love for American football north and south of the border. Read

Tyrone Crawford hosted his annual Windsor’s Finest Football Academy for the kids in his Canadian hometown. Read Read Read

He was joined by a handful of current and former teammates, including DeMarcus Lawrence, Maliek Collins, Tyron Smith and Kyle Wilber. Read Read Read

In addition, the National Fantasy Football Convention hosted one of Mexico’s largest American football camps. It is part of a three-year partnership with Estrellas del Futuro and the Government of Mexico in an effort to expand football in Mexico. Ezekiel Elliott, Taco Charlton, Kavon Frazier, Anthony Brown and Jaylon Smith were all in attendance. Read Read

The players ran drills with the kids and some even showed off their skillsets in other positions. Read Read Read

Charlton was a fan favorite for obvious reasons… Read Read

However, it was Elliott who shared a heart-tugging moment that has since spread around social media: Read Read

Whether in Canada or Mexico, the Cowboys seemed to enjoy their time abroad. Read Read Read Read Read

This year, April 1st was a bigger day than usual. We all know it was April Fool’s Day and Easter, but it was also Huncho Day. Read Read

Quavo, the Migos rapper, hosted a celebrity charity flag football game in his hometown of Atlanta. It was a family-friendly event with multiple NFL starts in attendance, including Ezekiel Elliott. Read Read

Elliott was on Team Julio, coached by Atlanta Falcons wide receiver Julio Jones. Read Read

He might even have a future at linebacker. Read Read

Although, his strategy may have been questionable at times. Read Read

But in the end, Elliott did what he does best to help Team Julio get the win. Read Read

Take a look at the full rosters for what was certainly a star-studded event: Read Read

The Mexican National Soccer Team played a friendly against Croatia at AT&T Stadium on Tuesday as part of its U.S. Tour. While it was a sold-out event, one attendee got more attention than anyone else. Read Read

Dak Prescott was in attendance, enjoying the experience decked out in Mexico gear. Read Read Read

After the game, he shared his knowledge and love of the other futbol. Read Read

And he didn’t miss the opportunity for a jersey swap: Read Read

On Friday, the team welcomed free agent wide receiver Allen Hurns, after being drafted by the Jacksonville Jaguars in the 2014 NFL draft. As we’ve seen throughout this free agency period he made his reaction known through twitter and engaged with many fans, players and former players on social media. Read

Mainly he got to whatever else thinking, what jersey number will he wear? He currently sports the No. 88 but any Cowboys fan knows not only what that number means historically but who it belongs to right now, fellow wide receiver, Dez Bryant. With Bryant’s future dominating the talk of the Cowboys’ off-season it raised many eyebrows. Needless to say Hurns answered a lot of curious minds with less 140 characters: Read Read

Hurns has announced that he will officially wear No. 17.  Read Read Read

In addition to his number, he also got to virtually meet some of his new teammates and even alumni. Read Read Read Read Read


Give the newest Cowboy a follow on twitter, as it looks like it wouldn’t be a bad idea for any fan. Another good idea is to keep up with our free agency tracker for any other team updates(link).  Read