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Spagnola: No Need To Qualify These Defensive Performances Anymore

Article Posted Mon, 6 Nov 2017

ARLINGTON, Texas – Now that is the real deal. Read          No, not the Dallas Cowboys offense putting up 28 points, the sixth consecutive game the team has scored at least 28 points, but two short of stretching their mark of at least 30 to five. Read

Sullivan: Sifting Through the Memories of Coach Barry Switzer

Article Posted Mon, 16 Oct 2017

I never planned on becoming a writer, a journalist, whatever it is that I am. It just sort of, kind of, happened. So there I am, somehow writing a profile, a feature story, for The Boston Globe, as a senior in college. The old-school, gruff copy editor calls me to his desk, and the guy had always been good to me. He wanted to see me succeed for whatever reason. I’ll never forget his words: Read “There’s more fluff in this piece than a jar of marshmallow.” Read

Spagnola: Packers Have A Long History Of Inflicting Pain On The Cowboys

Article Posted Fri, 6 Oct 2017

FRISCO, Texas – Darn those Green Bay Packers. Read          Here they are again, showing up Sunday at AT&T Stadium, inevitably always snooping around at inopportune times it seems for the Dallas Cowboys. Read          Never fails, and this time is no different, coming in here at 3-1, with the Cowboys only treading water over the first four games of this 2017 season at 2-2. One week the Cowboys win, one week the Cowboys lose, back and forth. No consistency … yet … leaving so many of you hoping and doubting at the same time. Read

Jerry Jones Issues Statement On Losing “Life-Changing” Mentor Frank Broyles

Article Posted Mon, 14 Aug 2017

One of the greatest influences on the early life of Jerry Jones has passed away at the age of 92. Read Frank Broyles, the longtime football coach and athletic director at the University of Arkansas, died Monday from complications of Alzheimer’s disease. Read The head coach of the Razorbacks for 19 years from 1958-76, Broyles led the school to its only national championship in 1964. Read Jones was a starting guard for that squad, along with teammate Jimmy Johnson. Jones had several references to Broyles in his Hall of Fame induction speech just two weekends ago in Canton, Ohio. Read

Hall-Access: Follow Along As Cowboys Invade Canton For Hall of Fame Week

Article Posted Sun, 6 Aug 2017

CANTON, Ohio – The first game of the NFL season is usually difficult to upstage. Read But it happened, at least for the Cowboys this past weekend in Canton, Ohio, the site of a monumental achievement for the organization’s longtime leader. Read Jerry Jones etched his place in football’s storied history with his induction into the Pro Football Hall of Fame. Read

Spagnola: What An Improbable Ride This Has Been With Jerry Into Canton

Article Posted Fri, 4 Aug 2017

CANTON, Ohio – Who knew? Read Who really knew? Read Who knew that on that monumental day in Dallas Cowboys history when this 46-year-old oil and gas man from Arkansas named Jerral Wayne Jones first stepped into The Ranch on Feb. 25, 1989, turning the 29-year history of this first NFL expansion franchise upside down, that 28 years later, in his 29th season as just the third owner of the Cowboys, he would be now stepping into the Pro Football Hall of Fame on Saturday evening, Aug. 5, 2017. Read Not a soul. Read

Spagnola: Never Too Soon To Bring Attention To Woody’s 2018 Hall Of Fame Candidacy

Article Posted Fri, 24 Feb 2017

WACO, Texas – So thought I knew everything there is to know about Darren Woodson over these past 25 years. Read          You know, how former Arizona State assistant coach Lovie Smith basically raised him as a Sun Devil in his hometown of Phoenix, Ariz. Read          How Cowboys defensive assistant Dave Campo was the guy insisting to head coach Jimmy Johnson that the Cowboys select this hybrid linebacker with cover skills in the second round of the 1992 draft. Read