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ROB RIGGIERI Read

RUTLAND, MA Read

Everyone will say "We got the guys we wanted" after the draft, but being Dallas only got one of their 30 "visit guys,” couldn't one argue they did not get the guys they coveted most? Read

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FRISCO, Texas – Given the unpredictability of the NFL draft, it’s not often you see a storyline play out so perfectly for a team. Read

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DAVID PARKES Read

WELLINGTON, NEW ZEALAND Read

Why did Dallas trade away Ryan Switzer for a guy who, based on his production thus far, looks to me as nothing more than a camp body? I get that they had an excess at WR and a need for depth at DT but there definitely feels like there was one or two guys more expendable than Switzer, particularly in regards to the return game. Read

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FRISCO, Texas - Lost in the shuffle of a busy Saturday was that the Cowboys are still waiting on word from Jason Witten, who is reportedly considering retirement. Read

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FRISCO, Texas – Another draft is in the books. Read

Armed with 10 draft picks at the start of this weekend, the Cowboys used nine of them – and acquired two veteran players, on top of that. Read

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FRISCO, Texas – For the first time in a long time, the Cowboys’ receiver corps is going to have a new look to it in 2018. Read

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FRISCO, Texas -- In the speculative world of the NFL draft, narrative has a way of trumping reality. Speaking at the conclusion of the draft’s first round on Thursday night, Cowboys officials were happy to set the record straight. Read

For months, the talk has been that the Cowboys needed to draft a wide receiver. Even before the team released Dez Bryant in April, there was speculation that his heir apparent was on the way to Dallas with the No. 19 overall pick. When Bryant was finally released, that speculation reached a fever pitch. Read

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FRISCO, TexasLeighton Vander Esch quickly learned the value of versatility playing eight-man high school football in Riggins, Idaho. Read

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FRISCO, Texas – The NFL Draft finally here. After months and months of speculation, we finally get to find out where these prospects are going to land, including the pick for the Cowboys, who current sit at the No. 19 spot. Read

With only a few hours left, the writers of DallasCowboys.com have completed an updated personalized mock draft for all 10 Cowboys picks, including their first-round selection, which is expected to be announced Thursday night from AT&T Stadium, assuming they don’t make a trade. Read

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FRISCO, Texas – If you’re hoping for clarity, look elsewhere. Read

The theme for this 2018 NFL Draft seems to be uncertainty, and that applies to all levels of the board. As we head into the final 24 hours before the party finally starts, we’re bracing for an unprecedented number of trades, a huge amount of quarterback picks and everything in between. Read

As well as we’ve managed to sort through the noise to determine the Cowboys’ intentions, it’s still anyone’s guess what they’re going to do. Read

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KYLE CLAY Read

UNIONTOWN, PA Read

Say the Cowboys select a linebacker in the first round.  What would it take for them to trade up for one of Indy's picks at 36 or 37 to possibly select DJ Moore?  Also, do you see Moore still being available or already taken before then? Read

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FRISCO, Texas – The Cowboys aren’t about to give away their draft secrets, but they provided some hints, at the very least, on Tuesday afternoon. Read

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JAIME ROBLES Read

HONOLULU, HI Read

With surfacing reports of assault allegations against David Irving, how does this impact the Cowboys' approach with the draft looming a few days ahead? Read

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The NFL Draft is just a few days away. While nothing seems to be clear at this point, the Cowboys do have an apparent need at wide receiver. By releasing Dez Bryant two weeks ago, the Cowboys still have plenty of receivers in the mix, but their long-term plans at the position are somewhat cloudy. Read

They’ve looked at plenty of receivers so far in the process and will be eyeing several of them, possibly even drafting one as early as No. 19. Read

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JAMES JORDAN Read

CONVERSE, TX Read

With James Hanna's retirement, will Dallas be looking for one of the better TE's in the 3rd of 4th rounds? I like the TE from Oklahoma. Read

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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