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Cowboys News: No sophomore slump for Dak Prescott & Ezekiel Elliott

The latest Cowboys headlines one day before the Cowboys arrive in training camp.

Tony Romo thinks Ezekiel Elliott will ‘be fine’

Former Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo is backing running back Ezekiel Elliott to get himself straightened out.The second-year running back has been embroiled in legal trouble, but Romo, speaking

Dak Prescott works with Tom Shaw in readying for season

While his teammates were vacationing, Dak Prescott was hard at work in Orlando. He has spent his off time training with renowned athletic performance trainer Tom Shaw at ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex.

Question of the day: Which Cowboys players would you choose to start a franchise with?

A recent all-time draft by The MMQB featured 17 Cowboys greats. Would you start a franchise with one of them?

Tony Romo on Ezekiel Elliott: He’s going to figure it out and be fine

Ezekiel Elliott has made the headlines several times for the wrong reasons in his brief career. But former teammate Tony Romo said adjusting to the spotlight that comes with playing in the NFL takes time, and insists the star running back will "figure it out and be fine.

20 Questions: Can Dak Take Game To New Level & Avoid Sophomore Slump?

The offseason practices are in the rearview mirror as the Cowboys are heading towards training camp, which begins on July 24 in Oxnard, Calif. That's usually the place where many of the questions regarding this team start to get answered.

Tony Romo says he is ’99.9 percent done’ with NFL

Tony Romo won't completely close the door on his NFL career.The former Dallas Cowboys quarterback told 105.3 The Fan's Ben and Skin Show that he is "99.9 percent done" playing in the NFL. Romo

Panthers release Michael Oher

The Panthers released offensive tackle Michael Oher with a failed physical designation Thursday. Oher has been in concussion protocol since September.

Jerry Jones on buying the Cowboys: It was not a pretty investment

The Cowboys were losing $1 million a month when Jerry Jones bought them for $140 million in 1989. They now rank atop Forbes' annual team value rankings at $4.2 billion.

Jourdan Lewis case headed to trial, will miss first two days of training camp

The third-round rookie will be in a court room on Monday and Tuesday when his teammates open up camp.

Cowboys Bring Back Veteran Justin Durant To Add To Linebacker Depth

FRISCO, Texas - With uncertainty surrounding their linebacker corps, the Cowboys added a familiar face with the signing of Justin Durant on Thursday. With just two days until they report to training camp, the Cowboys needed depth at the position, which has been strained since the offseason began.

Cowboys re-sign veteran linebacker Justin Durant for 2017

Dallas brings in a veteran linebacker they know they can trust.

Cowboys bring back Justin Durant

Former Cardinal Daryl Washington has spent some time lobbying for a job with the Cowboys since being reinstated from suspension and released by Arizona, but the team has opted to go in a different direction at linebacker. The team has brought back veteran Justin Durant.

Steelers Ryan Shazier tells everyone why the Cowboys offensive line is the best around

Linebacker Ryan Shazier pays some heavy compliments to the Cowboys offensive line and running game.

Tony Romo documentary entitled ‘Now or Never’ being produced

We all know the story of Tony Romo the football player. How he rose up from relative obscurity as an undrafted free agent out of Eastern Illinois to become one of the most famous people in all of sport