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FRISCO, Texas – The Cowboys’ tight end depth chart took a hit Friday, with less than a week until the 2018 NFL Draft. Read

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JASON YEARY Read

RALEIGH, NC Read

I know Dez Bryant is not on this team anymore, but I'm curious why there haven't been any reports of him working out for a team or taking a team visit.  I know he's shown interest in playing for another NFC East team but has there been any real interest? Read

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FRISCO, Texas – The 2018 regular-season schedule is out, and the Cowboys now know the path in front of them as they eye a return to playoff contention. Read

The DallasCowboys.com staff sizes up the schedule below, highlighting key stretches and matchups on paper: Read

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While the first couple of waves of free agency have passed, it’s never too late to upgrade the roster, something the Cowboys will try to do at the end of this month with the NFL Draft.   Read

Even with that, the majority of the 2018 roster is already in place. In the coming weeks, the staff of DallasCowboys.com will preview those players, analyzing where they’ve been and where they’re going. Read

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Welcome to the 2018 DallasCowboys.com Writers' Blog, your daily resource for up-to-date news and notes.

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FRISCO, Texas – Dez Bryant’s release remains a hot topic. Read

Days after the club announced it was parting ways with the veteran wideout, Cowboys head coach Jason Garrett and several team leaders weighed in on the roster move and the team’s plans moving forward. Read

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FRISCO, Texas – At long last, there’s some clarity in this situation. Read

Regardless of the particulars of the conversation, the Cowboys have released Dez Bryant. The wide receiver room that looked so crowded last month is now without its largest presence. Read

The details of the past few months would probably make for a fantastic documentary, but they’re irrelevant to the next question: what comes next? Read

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FRISCO, Texas – It’s a year of new experiences for Byron Jones – across a variety of different sports, as it turns out. Read

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David Irving has signed his one-year, $2.9 million restricted tender offer from the Cowboys, ensuring that the talented defensive lineman will be back in 2018. Irving posted seven sacks in only eight games lasts season. Read

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FRISCO, Texas – The NFL Draft is less than two weeks away as the Cowboys continue their draft meetings and finalize their preparation for the April 26-28 event here at AT&T Stadium. Read

The writers of DallasCowboys.com have completed their second of three personalized mock drafts for all seven Cowboys picks, including No. 19 overall. Read

Below are the predictions and analysis from Bryan Broaddus, David Helman, Rob Phillips and Nick Eatman: Read

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FRISCO, Texas – The Dez Bryant era in Dallas has ended. After months of speculation, the Cowboys released Bryant and will move in a different direction at wide receiver. Read

The DallasCowboys.com staff reacts to Friday’s breaking news: Read

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FRISCO, Texas – What has been speculated for months is now reality: the Dallas Cowboys have released Dez Bryant. Read

The Cowboys released Bryant on Friday, moving on from one of the most successful receivers in the franchise’s history. Read

Speculation about Bryant has surrounded the Cowboys since the end of the 2017 season, when it was first suggested that the former All-Pro might need to take a pay cut in the coming year. Prior to his release, he was set to make $12.5 million in 2018 and count $16.5 million against salary cap. Read

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While the first couple of waves of free agency have passed, it’s never too late to upgrade the roster, something the Cowboys will try to do at the end of this month with the NFL Draft.   Read

Even with that, the majority of the 2018 roster is already in place. In the coming weeks, the staff of DallasCowboys.com will preview those players, analyzing where they’ve been and where they’re going. Read

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ROBERT CORCHINE Read

ALBUQUERQUE, NM Read

If Dez does not agree to a reduction in his current contract, how likely is it that the Cowboys will draft a wide receiver with their first pick and then cut Dez? Or will they keep Dez at his current salary for one more year and go a different direction with their first pick? Read

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JOHN BRADLEY Read

LOVELAND, CO Read

Let’s say the Cowboys do cut Dez to save on the cap, what exactly would they do with that money so late in free agency? Are there any players still left that the savings could bring here that would interest you? Read

Bryan: I’d consider trading for Earl Thomas. Use that money to try and get something done with him. Not likely something that would happen but it would surely help your team. Read

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While the first couple of waves of free agency have passed, it’s never too late to upgrade the roster, something the Cowboys will try to do at the end of this month with the NFL Draft.   Read

Even with that, the majority of the 2018 roster is already in place. In the coming weeks, the staff of DallasCowboys.com will preview those players, analyzing where they’ve been and where they’re going. Read

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DEMETRIUS LANE Read

ATLANTA, GA Read

After hearing you guys talk on The Draft Show, I never hear you talk about Ronnie Harrison as being a possibility for us. Why is that? I personally love his game and I think he could be a solid fit. Read

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While the first couple of waves of free agency have passed, it’s never too late to upgrade the roster, something the Cowboys will try to do at the end of this month with the NFL Draft.   Read

Even with that, the majority of the 2018 roster is already in place. In the coming weeks, the staff of DallasCowboys.com will preview those players, analyzing where they’ve been and where they’re going. Read