The first round is a formality, it's the second day of the draft that will be most exciting.
Former Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo is still quite the talk around the league despite his decision to retire from football.Cowboys owner Jerry Jones is a big part of keeping the conversations a
Jerry Jones, Stephen Jones, and Jason Garrett held their final press conference before the draft. What did their statements reveal about their 2017 draft plans?
FRISCO, Texas - Cowboys officials aren't blind to the needs of their roster, and they don't appear to be deaf to the criticisms that have followed them since the free agency period. It's been roughly six weeks since the new league year started, back when the Cowboys lost five defensive starters to the frenzy of the open market.
FRISCO, Texas - The Cowboys found their next franchise quarterback with a fourth-round compensatory draft pick last year. Could they spend another pick this year on a developmental backup for 23-year-old starter Dak Prescott?
Houston Texans running back Alfred Blue isn't implicated, but his car somehow made its way into a Louisiana swamp on Monday, per TMZ Sports."… cops and a tow truck responded to Highway 90 in Des
Long-time Dallas Cowboys defensive end DeMarcus Ware retired as a Cowboy today and it serves as a reminder of what the Cowboys desperately need.
FRISCO, Texas - The Cowboys are still known as movers and shakers on draft weekend, even if their recent history suggests otherwise. The front office has picked at their original draft position in each of the last three years - and team owner/general manager Jerry Jones suggested Monday that patience again might be the best approach as the team enters Thursday's first round with the No. 28 overall pick. "This is a real good year for staying put," Jones said at the team's pre-draft press conference from The Star in Frisco.