2 hrs ago | TheLandryHat
Across the universe, fans of the Dallas Cowboys are usually divided into two camps.
3 hrs ago | NBC Dallas
The Dallas Cowboys seem to have an idea of who will be calling plays in 2013, but they're keeping that information under lock and key, for whatever reason.
3 hrs ago | NBC Dallas
Shortly after giving quarterback Tony Romo an unprecedented six-year, $108 million extension, Cowboys owner and general manager Jerry Jones made it clear that the new deal came with a whole lot of high expectations.
6 hrs ago | ESPN
I found myself. I'm comfortable with my life. I'm enjoying being in the NFL. I wish it could've been a couple years back, but I had to go through a couple of things to figure it out.
11 hrs ago | MySanAntonio.com
Tony Romo, who recently had a cyst removed from his back, will be more involved in game planning.
New Orleans Saints veteran Will Smith must make the difficult transition of going from defensive end to outside linebacker in the new 3-4 scheme.
Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo looks on from the sidelines after his tipped pass was recovered by Chicago Bears outside linebacker Lance Briggs for a touchdown during the second half of Dallas' 34-18 loss Monday, October 1, 2012 at Cowboys Stadium in Arlington.
NOVEMBER 18: Tony Romo of the Dallas Cowboys looks downfield for a receiver under pressure from John Hughes #93 of the Cleveland Browns at Cowboys Stadium.
Dallas Cowboys brass, owner and Jerry Jones in particular, have said all offseason that Tony Romo will have an increased role in offensive gameplanning in 2013 and beyond, but head coach Jason Garrett doesn't seem to believe the signal caller's role will be all that different from previous years.
The Dallas Cowboys finished with identical 8-8 records in 2011 and 2012 finishing 3rd in the NFC East and missing the playoffs both years.
Terrance Williams #83 receives a pass against B.W. Webb #20 during the Dallas Cowboys Rookie Minicamp at the Dallas Cowboys Valley Ranch Headquarters on May 10, 2013 in Irving, Texas.
It's always nice to be pleasantly surprised from players who produce unanticipated results.
So what does Jerry Jones mean exactly when he says Tony Romo will be putting in " Peyton Manning -type time" at the Dallas Cowboys facility after signing his contract extension ? The Cowboys owner/general manager shed some light on his thinking during a Monday call-in spot on Sirius XM Radio with NFL.com senior analyst Gil Brandt.