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Mailbag: What Would You Do With Dez’s Money? Re-Shuffling The Secondary?

Article Posted Wed, 11 Apr 2018

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

Staff Writers Make An Early Attempt At A 7-Round Mock Draft

Article Posted Fri, 30 Mar 2018

FRISCO, Texas – It’s beginning to feel like draft season. Read After what feels like an eternity, the 2018 NFL Draft – which will be held at AT&T Stadium – is just over a month away. The NFL Combine is over, pro days have begun and the Cowboys will soon begin hosting their pre-draft visitors. Read The real process of preparing for the draft is in full swing. Read

Scandrick’s Departure Completes Cowboys’ DB Youth Movement For 2018

Article Posted Mon, 19 Mar 2018

FRISCO, Texas – The writing has been on the wall for almost an entire year, but it’s still a bit startling to sit down and read it. Read Roughly a decade after he was drafted, Orlando Scandrick is no longer a member of the Dallas Cowboys. In fact, before his former club had even officially announced his release on Monday afternoon, Scandrick had already agreed to terms on a two-year deal with Washington. Read

Mailbag: Need For A Veteran Presence At CB? What Will The Giants Do?

Article Posted Mon, 19 Mar 2018

FRED ROBERTS Read SALEM, OR Read With Orlando Scandrick being released, do you see the Cowboys signing a low-priced veteran CB to kind of help mentor the young DBs? Read Bryan: I really don’t. Sure, it’s a young group -- but these kids will be fine. I am looking forward to seeing how Kris Richard works with them. I wouldn’t be surprised if they add another one through the draft.  Read

Scandrick designado corte posterior al 1 de junio; Cowboys ahorrarán $3 millones

Article Posted Sat, 17 Mar 2018

(Nota: El contenido original fue escrito por Rob Phillips, escritor para DallasCowboys.com, y traducido al español para SomosCowboys.com)​ Read FRISCO, Texas - La estadía de 10 años de Orlando Scandrick con los Cowboys ha terminado. Read Ya es oficial, el club se separó del esquinero veterano el sábado, no obstante los dos años restantes en su contrato. Al designarle a Scandrick un corte posterior al 1 de junio, los Cowboys obtendrán $3 millones en espacio salarial después del 1 de junio y su prorrateo de bono de $600,000 entrará en vigencia el próximo año. Read

Scandrick Designated A Post-June 1 Release; Cowboys To Save $3 Million

Article Posted Sat, 17 Mar 2018

FRISCO, Texas – Orlando Scandrick’s 10-year stay with the Cowboys has ended. Read The club officially parted ways with the veteran cornerback Saturday with two years remaining on his contract. By designating Scandrick a post-June 1 release, the Cowboys will get $3 million in salary cap space after June 1 and his $600,000 signing bonus proration will go into next year's cap. Read

Jourdan Lewis Overcame Training Camp Injury To Excel During Rookie Season

Article Posted Tue, 6 Mar 2018

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

Spagnola: There Can Be No Standing Still With NFL’s 8th-Ranked Defense

Article Posted Fri, 2 Mar 2018

         FRISCO, Texas – There is so much for the Cowboys to consider just 12 days from the start of free agency on March 14 and now 55 days from the start of the NFL Draft come April 26. Read          Here is something for them to chew on, and a lot will depend on how they evaluate their defensive performance in 2017. Read

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