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FRISCO, Texas – Former longtime Bengals offensive line coach Paul Alexander is expected to join the Cowboys’ staff, presumably to replace Frank Pollack in overseeing the offensive line. Read

Last week, the Cowboys parted ways with Pollack after five seasons, including the last three as offensive line coach. Pollack has been announced as the new offensive line coach in Cincinnati, the job Alexander held over the previous 23 seasons. 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 – There was an unexpected, overwhelming theme to Monday’s national championship classic between Alabama and Georgia: ‘true freshmen.’ Read

At any level, teams need first-year players to develop during the season and make immediate contributions. The Cowboys didn’t reach their goal of making the playoffs for a second consecutive season, but each of their six rookies showed signs of growth heading into 2018. Read

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FIRSCO, Texas – This needs to be shouted from the highest mountain. Read

         Heck, write your congressperson. Read

         Do what you can to spread the word: Read

         Everson Walls deserves to be in the Pro Football Hall of Fame, and that decision by the selection committee will take place Feb. 3, in Minneapolis, Minn., the Saturday before Super Bowl LII is played on Sunday. Read

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JAMES JORDAN Read

CONVERSE, TX Read

Why would Will McClay turn down the opportunity to become a GM with the Houston Texans when he is currently below the GM (Jerry Jones) here in Dallas? Was Will promised more personnel decision-making authority (similar to a GM) if he stayed in Dallas? Read

Bryan: I asked Will why he stayed. He said it wasn’t the right time or the right fit. I promise he’ll have his day in the sun. This organization is fortunate to have him on staff. Loyalty is a big thing for him. Read

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FRISCO, Texas – The Bengals announced that Frank Pollack, the Cowboys’ offensive line coach for the last three seasons, is joining Cincinnati’s staff in the same role. Read

Reports surfaced earlier this week that the Cowboys were parting ways with Pollack as part of several changes to Jason Garrett’s coaching staff. Read

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While this isn’t the first time Brice Butler has made it sound like he has played his final game with the Cowboys, the wide receiver went even further in his latest Fox Sports interviews with Skip Bayless and Shannon Sharpe and then Col 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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La agencia libre se aproxima, lo que significa que los Cowboys se verán forzados a tomar decisiones importantes. Una de ellas llamada DeMarcus Lawrence.   Read

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While Chido Awuzie is entering his first NFL offseason, the rookie is starting it off right by giving back to his mom with a very special birthday gift. Awuzie shared a picture on social media of the Range Rover SUV, complete with a giant bow and his smiling mom. Read

https://twitter.com/ChidobeAwuzie/status/951341840694833155 Read

He says that “she always wanted one” – and after accomplishing his dream of reaching the NFL, it’s great to see him giving back to people who helped him get there. 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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FIRSCO, Texas – That time of year, with the Cowboys already “gone fishing,” we sit back to watch the rest of the playoffs. That is, if you can stomach watching all these games. Read

         So from the first round of the postseason this past weekend, here is what stood out to me as of utmost importance if you are going to win in the playoffs. Read

         First, better score. With the exception of the Jags beatings the Bills, the other three first-round winners scored at least 22 points, with the Saints and Falcons a high of 31 and 26, respectively. 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 Cowboys officially parted ways with another assistant coach this week when new Raiders head coach Jon Gruden announced Rich Bisaccia as his new special teams coordinator. Read

Could Gary Brown be the next to join Gruden’s staff in Oakland? According to NFL.com, Brown is interviewing for the Raiders’ running backs coach job, the same position he has held in Dallas since 2013. Read

Brown reportedly is one of several Cowboys assistants with an expiring contract. 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 – Two Cowboys linemen have undergone offseason surgery. Read

Starting right guard Zack Martin had a scope on his right elbow that figures to keep him out of the Jan. 28 Pro Bowl in Orlando. Read

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Cole Beasley has dropped a rap song. Yes, you read that right. Read

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