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Free agency is in full swing and so far within its first week we have seen some blockbuster signings throughout the league. The Cowboys have been quietly making moves while the world still speculates on Tony Romo’s future with the team. Read
As of Wednesday, the Cowboys have signed three new free agents, re-signed three players from last season, and lost six to other teams. Read
DE Jack Crawford had been with the Cowboys since 2014 but was a free agent heading into the current season. On March 9 he signed a three-year contract with the Atlanta Falcons. Before he left he made sure to give a heartfelt goodbye to all of his Dallas fans: Read
Cole Beasley also gave him a proper send-off: Read
Another longtime Cowboy, Ronald Leary, signed a big four-year contract with the Denver Broncos. Here’s what he had to say to his fans after five seasons with the Cowboys: Read
Beasley had some nice words for him as well: Read
The Cowboys also said goodbye to Barry Church, who has been a Cowboy ever since he signed with Dallas as an undrafted rookie in 2010. He signed a four-year contract with the Jacksonville Jaguars last Friday, but before leaving he let #CowboysNation know what they meant to him: Read
Cowboys safety Kavon Frazier wished Church well on his new journey: Read
Cowboys fans haven’t seen the last of Terrell McClain after he signed a four-year contract with the Washington Redskins; he’ll now face Cowboys twice a year within the division. However, before leaving he thanked fans for his time in Dallas: Read
Most recently, defensive end Ryan Davis signed with the Buffalo Bills on Monday. He had some nice words to say before his departure: Read
Although the Cowboys have lost some players they have also been busy signing and re-signing others. A lot of fans were interested in the status of Terrance Williams and despite many expecting him to sign elsewhere, he remained “loyal” to #CowboysNation and re-signed with a four-year deal: Read
Brice Butler also re-signed with the Cowboys, helping most of the 2016 offense remain intact for 2017:
One very important part of the offense was excited about these two signings:
Finally, the Cowboys added some new faces to the squad with the signings of DT Read
Stephen Paea, CB Nolan Carroll and DE Damontre Moore. Here is how they reacted to joining America’s Team: Read
Bonus! Stephen Paea may be a beast on the field but off the field he is best known for his bench pressing skills at the 2011 NFL Combine. He lifted up 225 pounds 49 times. Here’s what that looks like: Read
As one of the team’s newest free agent signings, defensive end Damontre Moore has taken to social media to share his appreciation for his latest opportunity in the NFL. After graduating from Texas A&M and having other stints with four previous NFL teams, the DeSoto, Texas, native now has the chance to play for the team he grew up rooting for.
On the same day that he signed his deal with Dallas, one of Moore’s role models and Cowboys great DeMarcus Ware announced his retirement from the NFL after 12 seasons.
A nine-time Pro Bowler, Ware will head into retirement as the Cowboys’ franchise sack leader and one of the best defenders at the professional level. Many expressed their reactions to his retirement on social media, including the newest Dallas pass rusher, Moore.
Not but an hour after posting the picture of him signing his contract “fulfilling a childhood dream,” Moore shared a side-by-side photo of himself from college and Ware, highlighting the fact that Ware was a “huge inspiration” in his life and a reason he wanted to follow in his steps playing defensive end.
While Moore will not be wearing No. 94 in a Cowboys uniform, striving for Ware’s success is a smart path to follow. Ware’s next stop will undoubtedly be the Pro Football Hall of Fame. For Moore, his work as a Cowboy starts now.
On the first day of NFL free agency, Tony Romo shared on his own social media accounts a short clip thanking the fans. In a personal video he emphasized a heartfelt message without any firm updates of what his future contains. Read
This past week fans got a glimpse at the 2017 NFL season with the NFL combine in Indianapolis. Read
As per usual there were big time standouts that created a lot of social media buzz. Read
One of the bigger stories to come out of the combine was WR John Ross’ 4.22 40-yard dash. In case you were wondering, that’s one of the fastest 40’s ever. Read
If you want a visual of what that looks like, watch here: Read
Of course #CowboysNation took notice of this and many fans were excited: Read
Pre-combine favorite DB Jabrill Peppers also had an outstanding week. The hype around him is real throughout #CowboysNation thanks to his stellar combine and his defensive acumen: Read
Despite the hype around Ross and Peppers, some Cowboys fans focused on other notable combine participants: Read
To finish up this combine discussion, here’s a cool video from the NFL comparing Ezekiel Elliott’s 40-yard dash in 2016 to 2017 draft class hopefuls Leonard Fournette and Dalvin Cook: Read
While the offseason has brought up questions for Tony Romo’s future on the field, off the field is he is busy just being a dad.
After joining Instagram Romo’s first post showcases time spent with his sons, Rivers and Hawkins, and it is sure to make you smile.