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JEFF EUDY
MOUNT AIRY, NC

Now that Kellen Moore is coaching, the Cowboys need another QB or two, at least for camp.  Will they get a veteran, sign a couple undrafted free agents after the draft, or even draft a QB in the late rounds? Read

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FRISCO, Texas – We’ve had this debate over every other medium in the last week, so I figured I might as well expand it onto our website. Read

If you haven’t been following along this week, let’s begin with the interview that kick started this. With the entire NFL descending on Minneapolis for Super Bowl LII, Dan Patrick welcomed Michael Irvin onto his radio show on Monday. Read

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MORICE WELLINGTON III Read

Virginia Beach, VA Read

Is there any player that could be worth Dallas trading up for in the first round should they drop down close enough? Read

Bryan: I really like Ridley, the receiver from Alabama, so I’d consider getting him. I just have these thoughts of last year’s draft when Jonathan Allen and Malik Hooker came down the board -- both top five guys in my book. You don’t know if that’s going to happen again? Have to be ready.  Read

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While free agency officially begins in March, roster turnover isn’t too far away. The Cowboys will indeed add and presumably release players, along with letting some go without a new contract. Read

However, 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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FRISCO, Texas – Everyone in the world seems to have an opinion on Dez Bryant’s future with the Cowboys, so it’s perfectly understandable that his predecessor is one of them. Read

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BRANDON HART Read

RICHMOND, VA Read

What position could be most impacted by one of our free agents leaving town? Read

Bryan: I don’t see Lawrence getting signed when tagged so that leaves Hitchens or Ladouceur as possibilities. I would hate to see what direction this club would go if they had to replace one of the most reliable long snappers in the league. He is worth every penny they would pay him on a new contract.  Read

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FRISCO, Texas – It felt awfully strange to see such a sparse Cowboys crowd at the 2018 Senior Bowl. Read

To be clear: the key figures were all on hand. The Cowboys’ front office made the trip to Mobile, Ala., to evaluate this year’s Senior Bowl talent. The scouting staff was on hand, as well. Read

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MOBILE, Ala. – If I'm being completely honest, this trip to the Senior Bowl feels like a bit of a letdown. Read

It's not that there aren't talented players here, and it's not that the Cowboys aren't scouting them. The team's full front office has been at Ladd-Peebles Stadium all week, and their draft process is well underway. Read

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MOBILE, Ala. – As the process of another offseason begins, it’s interesting to think back one year – specifically in the case of Ezekiel Elliott. Read

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MOBILE, Ala. – The Cowboys aren’t ready to make formal announcements about any of their coaching hires, but it’s clear they expect Kellen Moore to be part of their staff moving forward. Read

“I don’t want to get ahead of an overall announcement, but I’m glad that we’re going to have Kellen with us in the future,” said team owner/general manager Jerry Jones on Tuesday. “We’ll get down to the specific announcements on that, but we have completed an agreement with Kellen.” Read

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FRISCO, Texas – The Cowboys will soon embark on their annual trip to the Senior Bowl in Mobile, Ala., this week. But from the sounds of it, their coaching staff might not be making the trip. Read

Team executive vice president Stephen Jones appeared on the Hangin’ With The Boys podcast on Monday morning, where he said that Cowboys coach Jason Garrett and his coaches will likely remain in Texas to finish filling out the yet-to-be-completed staff for the coming year. Read

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(Editor’s Note: The 2017 Cowboys finished with a winning record, but they fell out of the playoffs in a disappointing follow-up to a 13-3 season. As the team seeks to find a way back to the postseason, the writers of DallasCowboys.com will look back at last year, picking a positive and a negative from all 16 games that might be something to either build on or correct as we head into the 2018 season.) Read

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FRISCO, Texas – The first round of the NFL playoffs not only provided some entertaining games, but likely gave the Cowboys and their fans added frustration as they sit on the outside looking in. Three opponents from the 2017 season played this past weekend, with the Falcons advancing to the divisional round. Read

This week, the DallasCowboys.com will try to answer some of the more pressing questions that surround this team, both looking forward and backward. Read

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FRISCO, Texas – The first round of the NFL playoffs not only provided some entertaining games, but likely gave the Cowboys and their fans added frustration as they sit on the outside looking in. Three opponents from the 2017 season played this past weekend, with the Falcons advancing to the divisional round. Read

This week, the DallasCowboys.com will try to answer some of the more pressing questions that surround this team, both looking forward and backward. Read

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GARY DAVIS Read

FRESNO, CA Read

Every fan can argue about the competency of the offensive and defensive coordinators. Ups, downs, yada yada. But I’ll argue special teams had consistently been at the top of the league for the last 4-5 years. So how big of a deal is it really that Rich Bisaccia’s gone? Read

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FRISCO, Texas – As the Cowboys turn their attention forward to the 2018 season, the first big step in the process involves free agency. Before the team can really focus on players from other teams, they must decide on a few of their own guys with expiring contracts. Read

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FRISCO, Texas – The Houston Texans don’t yet know who their next general manager will be – but it won’t be Will McClay. Read

McClay, the Cowboys’ vice president of pro personnel confirmed Wednesday that he had officially declined an offer to interview for the Texans’ vacancy. McClay’s name had been circulating as a possible candidate for the job since last week, when Rick Smith took a leave of absence due to personal reasons. Read

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FRISCO, Texas – The first round of the NFL playoffs not only provided some entertaining games, but likely gave the Cowboys and their fans added frustration as they sit on the outside looking in. Three opponents from the 2017 season played this past weekend, with the Falcons advancing to the divisional round. Read

This week, the DallasCowboys.com will try to answer some of the more pressing questions that surround this team, both looking forward and backward. Read

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FRISCO, Texas – If it wasn’t widely-known by now, Jon Gruden said it himself on Tuesday afternoon. Read

In his introductory press conference as the Oakland Raiders’ head coach, Gruden confirmed that he has hired Rich Bisaccia to be his special teams coordinator during his second stint with the organization. Read

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FRISCO, Texas – It feels unusual to question one of the most rock-solid aspects of this Cowboys roster, but it’s hard not to wonder about Tyron Smith heading into 2018. Read