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Blogging The Boys 7 hours ago
Cowboys 2018 Schedule: This stretch of games will define the success of the Cowboys

Cowboys 2018 Schedule: This stretch of games will define the success of the Cowboys

These five games will determine how the Cowboys’ season goes in 2018. So, the 2018 NFL schedules were officially announced tonight. As you might guess, fans of every team across the league are already arguing why it’s their team’s year. From having players return from injury or suspension to having a supposedly “easier” schedule, there are fans everywhere saying this is the year that they make a run. The Cowboys are sitting in a unique spot. In 2016, Dak Prescott and Ezekiel Elliott took the league by storm as rookies. The one-two punch caused headaches for opponents and...
ClutchPoints 17 hours ago
Cowboys QB Dak Prescott fixed his diet due to ‘getting older’

Cowboys QB Dak Prescott fixed his diet due to ‘getting older’

After a breakout year in 2016, the Dallas Cowboys took a step back last season. America’s Team missed the playoffs after their star running back Ezekiel Elliott missed six games due to suspension and quarterback Dak Prescott struggled at times during his sophomore season in Dallas. Although the Cowboys are coming off a season in […] The post Cowboys QB Dak Prescott fixed his diet due to ‘getting older’ appeared first on ClutchPoints.
SportsDay Apr 18, 2018
Source: Cowboys have worked out Richmond QB Kyle Lauletta; could Dallas draft Senior Bowl MVP again?

Source: Cowboys have worked out Richmond QB Kyle Lauletta; could Dallas draft Senior Bowl MVP again?

Two years ago, the Dallas Cowboys used a fourth-round pick to draft the quarterback who was named Senior Bowl MVP. And Dak Prescott has worked out well for them.Now, the Cowboys have interest in this year's Senior Bowl MVP.The Cowboys are one of the teams who put Richmond quarterback Kyle Lauletta through a private workout, according to a source.Lauletta impressed scouts during a week of Senior Bowl practices in late January in Mobile, Ala., and was named the game's MVP after he threw three second-half touchdowns. Lauletta was 8 for 12 passing for 198 yards, leading the South to a 45-16...
Blogging The Boys Apr 18, 2018
Cowboys draft 2018: Finding the next star receiver for the Dallas Cowboys

Cowboys draft 2018: Finding the next star receiver for the Dallas Cowboys

The Cowboys are pressing reset at the receiver position, which prospects make the best fit? The Cowboys have spent an awful lot of time looking at receivers in this draft. They have already been linked to about 20 different prospects. The front office is looking every which way in efforts to rebuild the position entirely. The organization very much understands that their quarterback, Dak Prescott, is an entirely different type of passer than their former leader at the helm. As much flak the front office and coaching staff deserves after how things fell apart in 2017, they seem urgent to fix...
SportsDay Apr 18, 2018
Dak Prescott, Cole Beasley, Tyron Smith among Cowboys scheduled to attend NFL draft festival

Dak Prescott, Cole Beasley, Tyron Smith among Cowboys scheduled to attend NFL draft festival

The NFL draft is just over a week away at Arlington's AT&T Stadium, and the festivities include a free, three-day festival outside the stadium April 26-28. Attractions of the NFL Draft Experience include appearances by current and former players, a list of whom the NFL is announcing today. No tickets are required to attend.Among current Cowboys players scheduled for appearances: quarterback Dak Prescott, receiver Cole Beasley, left tackle Tyron Smith, center Travis Frederick, right guard Zack Martin, defensive end Taco Charlton, cornerback Byron Jones, receiver Ryan Switzer and more. Former...
SportsDay Apr 18, 2018
Dak Prescott cutting back on fast food, has lost about 10 pounds this offseason

Dak Prescott cutting back on fast food, has lost about 10 pounds this offseason

FRISCO -- Dak Prescott has looked noticeably thinner while chatting with reporters the last few days. The Cowboys quarterback said he's lost about 10 pounds since the end of the season."I'm getting older," he joked Tuesday night. "I figure I better fix my diet now. I guess I've dropped a few pounds, but it's more about not eating the fast food, being 22 and realizing my metabolism is going to slow down."Prescott doesn't plan on losing any more weight between now and the start of the season."I'm right where I want to be," he said, "and I'll probably put on five pounds as we get closer to the...
SportsDay Apr 17, 2018
Why Cowboys great Drew Pearson says he won't troll the Philadelphia Eagles at this year's NFL draft

Why Cowboys great Drew Pearson says he won't troll the Philadelphia Eagles at this year's NFL draft

Legendary Cowboys wide receiver Drew Pearson recently went on SiriusXM NFL Radio with hosts Bruce Murray and Mark Dominik to discuss his former team and this month's NFL draft in Arlington.Here are some highlights from the interview:When you look at the Cowboys, what's your feeling on Dak Prescott? Is he a franchise QB?I do not think Dak is the problem. You can't have that great rookie year he had - and I know he had the running game there for the full season and all that. You win 13 games, you come back the next year you win nine games. A lot of quarterbacks in the league would take that...
SportsDay Apr 16, 2018
A big year for Cowboys QB Dak Prescott? Troy Aikman says this guy has more on the line in 2018

A big year for Cowboys QB Dak Prescott? Troy Aikman says this guy has more on the line in 2018

Cowboys Hall of Fame quarterback and FOX NFL broadcast Troy Aikman joined Ed Werder and Matt Mosley's DoomsDay podcast to talk Dez Bryant, Dak Prescott and more. Here are some highlights:Werder: How pivotal a year is this for Dak Prescott?Aikman: I think it's probably more pivotal for Jason Garrett. I think Dak's going to be around a while. It's a big year; they're all big years. I think last year was a big year for him as well - it's the nature of playing quarterback in the NFL.There's a lot of expectations to go out and play at a high level that allows your team to have success. He'll be...
SportsDay Apr 16, 2018
Dak Prescott: Cowboys have 'a lot of excitement' about officially starting offseason program today

Dak Prescott: Cowboys have 'a lot of excitement' about officially starting offseason program today

The Cowboys officially begin their offseason workouts today at The Star. Organized team activities are next (May 22-24, May 29-31, June 4-6), followed by mandatory minicamp (June 12-14).While this isn't the first week players have been working out at the facility, Monday marks the official start to their program."A lot of excitement," Cowboys quarterback Dak Prescott said Saturday. "We've been going. I know it starts officially [Monday], but we've been at it for a minute for captains workouts. I've been there for almost two months now, so I'm excited. "I'm excited to get the whole team in...
SportsDay Apr 16, 2018
Troy Aikman: The No. 1 factor that will determine whether Dez Bryant succeeds without Cowboys

Troy Aikman: The No. 1 factor that will determine whether Dez Bryant succeeds without Cowboys

Cowboys Hall of Fame quarterback and FOX NFL broadcast Troy Aikman joined Ed Werder and Matt Mosley's DoomsDay podcast to talk Dez Bryant, Dak Prescott and more. Here are some highlights:On the Cowboys releasing Dez BryantAikman: I was surprised he was released. I didn't anticipate that happening. I really thought they would reach an agreement that financially made sense for the Cowboys and obviously no one wants a pay cut but I thought they could reach a number that would satisfy Dez and that he would remain a Cowboy. The release was, I guess, a surprise to me. Maybe those in the...
Blogging The Boys Apr 15, 2018
Dak Prescott praises Dez Bryant, says he had no involvement in his release

Dak Prescott praises Dez Bryant, says he had no involvement in his release

The Cowboys quarterback takes the high road in questions about Dez Bryant’s release. When Dez Bryant was released by the Cowboys, he had some parting shots for the team, including pointing the finger at some players as having a hand in his release. Specifically, he mentioned guys wearing the ”C” - captains. One of those captains last year was quarterback Dak Prescott. That set off some speculation around the young quarterbacks possible involvement in the changing of the guard at receiver. Prescott says that is not what happened in his case. “I’m in my second year,” Prescott said...
ClutchPoints Apr 15, 2018
Cowboys QB Dak Prescott says Dez Bryant ‘going to be a hard guy to replace’

Cowboys QB Dak Prescott says Dez Bryant ‘going to be a hard guy to replace’

The Dallas Cowboys made their decision official on Friday morning to part ways with star wide receiver Dez Bryant after eight seasons. It has seen the franchise move on from one of their primary offensive talents and top receiving option. In wake of the move, there had yet to be any response from third-year quarterback Dak Prescott about […] The post Cowboys QB Dak Prescott says Dez Bryant ‘going to be a hard guy to replace’ appeared first on ClutchPoints.
SportsDay Apr 14, 2018
Dak Prescott responds to Cowboys' release of Dez Bryant, says he had no say in decision

Dak Prescott responds to Cowboys' release of Dez Bryant, says he had no say in decision

The biggest news story of the Dallas Cowboys' offseason continues.News of veteran wide receiver Dez Bryant's release broke Friday afternoon, and the fallout from around the league continues.Many players around the league reached out on Twitter to try and convince No. 88 to join up with their respective teams, and many Cowboys teammates posted messages on social media about the loss of Bryant.Now the Cowboys' quarterback has responded, as well. Dak Prescott hosted a women's football clinic in Dallas on Friday, and was aked about Bryant.Prescott said losing Bryant was like losing a brother, and...
SportsDay Apr 13, 2018
Would Dez Bryant take a cheaper deal with an NFC East rival just to exact revenge on the Cowboys?

Would Dez Bryant take a cheaper deal with an NFC East rival just to exact revenge on the Cowboys?

One of the most gifted and polarizing players in the history of the Dallas Cowboys was handed his walking papers Friday in Frisco. Dez Bryant will wear another uniform next season, and his former team will move forward with a pretty nondescript group of wideouts.The Cowboys never broached the idea of Bryant taking a pay reduction because they decided the organization (namely, Dak Prescott) was better off without him. It's one of the harsh realities of the NFL that a superstar's tenure can end so abruptly. In Bryant's case, it had a lot to do with the $16 million that he was set to count...
SportsDay Apr 13, 2018
Nothing personal, Dez: Jerry Jones' move was all business, plain and simple

Nothing personal, Dez: Jerry Jones' move was all business, plain and simple

On his way out the door Friday, Dez Bryant exhibited a little of the infamous "passion" that once was routinely cited as an excuse for his boorish behavior, before the Cowboys finally called it for what it was.Besides intimating he'd end up with one of the Cowboys' NFC East rivals -- because, you know, that would hurt his former team the most - he called his release "personal.""If I didn't have my edge," he tweeted, "I got it now."To recap: Since the end of a second failed season as a reliable target for Dak Prescott, Dez has announced he's seeing a route doctor and essentially admitted he'd...

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