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Blogging The Boys Jul 20, 2016

Cowboys News & Notes: Jerry Jones Updates Jaylon Smith And Lance Dunbar Recoveries, Rolando McClain Situation

Meanwhile, Dez Bryant files a countersuit, Alfred Morris might be a little bit frugal, and Ezekiel Elliott has already claimed number one status. Jerry Jones Gives Update On Jaylon Smith's Recovery Process - Dallas Cowboys The recovery of Jaylon Smith, specifically his regenerating nerve, is one of the most watched things for fans of the Dallas Cowboys. Jerry Jones gave an update, and we are hoping that no news is actually good news. "The rejuvenation of the nerve that would help him get in the position to actually hit the playing field is not complete, but it is not behind -€” it was...

Dez Bryant files countersuit vs. former adviser

Dez Bryant files countersuit vs. former adviser
Blogging The Boys Jul 16, 2016

Dallas Cowboys 2016 Schedule Preview: Week 6 Opponent - Green Bay Packers

Week 6 of the Cowboys 2016 schedule is October 16th at 4:25 EST on Fox. In Week 6 of the Dallas Cowboys 2016 schedule, the team will be returning to the scene of the crime. They will head up to Lambeau Field and play the Green Bay Packers, bringing back memories of Dez Bryant's infamous catch/non-catch in the 2014 playoffs. That play will live on in Cowboys folklore forever, but we're past that now, this is 2016, not 2014. This will be the Cowboys second game against the NFC North in 2016, their designated in-conference division opponents for the year. The Cowboys and the Packers have had a...
Bears Gab Jul 15, 2016

Bears and WR Alshon Jeffery Fail to Reach a Deal

The Bears failed to come to terms on a long-term deal with No.1 wide receiver Alshon Jeffery before Friday’s deadline according to Dan Wiederer of the Chicago Tribune. To be frank, no deal was expected. Jeffery wanted Dez Bryant-type money and the Bears organization was simply unwilling to commit that kind of jack with Jeffery […]
News-Herald Jul 13, 2016
Cleveland Browns' Desmond Bryant expected to miss season with chest injury

Cleveland Browns' Desmond Bryant expected to miss season with chest injury

CLEVELAND >> Browns starting defensive end Desmond Bryant will miss the upcoming season with a chest injury.Cleveland's leader in sacks last season, the 30-year-old Bryant underwent surgery on Tuesday to repair a torn pectoral muscle. The Browns said Bryant sustained the injury during a workout last week.
Bleeding Green Nation Jul 12, 2016

Desmond Bryant Injury: Browns sack leader reportedly out for 2016 season

Bad news for Cleveland. Training camps haven't even begun yet, but some NFL teams are already losing key players to injury. Browns defensive end Desmond Bryant is reportedly out for the 2016 NFL season, according to a report from Anthony Lima of 92.3 The Fan. Bryant's injury reportedly occurred over the weekend. Multiple Browns sources confirming sack leader DL Desmond Bryant had surgery today for a torn pec. Likely out for year w/ 5-6 month recovery — Anthony Lima (@SportsBoyTony) July 13, 2016 Bryant led all Browns players in sacks in 2015 with six. He finished second on the team...
Blogging The Boys Jul 3, 2016

Formula For Hope: Why The Cowboys’ Defense May Be Good Enough To Support A Powerful Offense

When you have an offense with as much firepower as Dallas should have this year, you don’t need a great defense. You just need an adequate one, and there is reason to believe that is exactly what they have. It has been a tough year for Dallas Cowboys fans. We went into the 2015 season with such great hopes after the playoff run of the previous season, only to see them dashed almost immediately as key injuries gutted the team. The loss of Dez Bryant, Tony Romo, and to a lesser extent Lance Dunbar rendered the offense largely impotent. On defense, the injuries to Orlando Scandrick and the...
Blogging The Boys Jul 3, 2016

Cowboys News: Why "Giant Killer" Tony Romo Can Put Cowboys Back Atop NFC East

Latest Cowboys headlines: Healthy offense could help Cowboys bounce back; Tony Romo and Dez Bryant are top Comeback Player of the Year candidates for 2016. Cowboys offseason report: Healthy offense could put team back atop NFC East - Lorenzo Reyes, USA TodayWith Tony Romo and Dez Bryant better and Ezekiel Elliott on board, Dallas expects to contend again. Remaining healthy is really the most significant issue facing the squad. As long as Romo can stay on the field, the Cowboys should be competitive enough to fight for a division title, one that went to the 9-7 Washington Redskins in...
Blogging The Boys Jun 28, 2016

Tony Romo Pretty Much Owns The NFC East

You might surprised how successful Tony Romo has been against the NFC East, and how bad the Cowboys have been without him. Tony Romo has won six of his last seven games against the New York Giants, dating all the way back to 2012. The Giants' sole win against Tony Romo since 2012 came on 10/28/2012 and they needed Dez Bryant's fingertips to land out of bounds to win that one. The Eagles' record against Romo is a similarly lopsided: Tony Romo won five of the six games he's played against Philly since 2012. The Eagles' only win came on Thanksgiving in 2014, when the Eagles...
Blogging The Boys Jun 26, 2016

Dallas Cowboys News & Notes: Why Cowboys Can Start The Season 5-0

Latest Cowboys headlines: Cowboys among teams with most favorable schedule; why Claiborne is so important for Cowboys' secondary; Byron Jones poised to make a leap. NFL: 5 Teams That Could Start the 2016 Season 5-0 - Jeff Smith, Cheatsheet.comSmith lists five teams he thinks could start the season with five consecutive wins, and the Cowboys sit atop that list, ahead of the Colts, Raiders, Cardinals, Seahawks. Here's why. First five games: vs. Giants, at Redskins, vs. Bears, at 49ers, vs. Bengals The good news for Dallas is that they get the Giants and Bengals both at home, which makes...
Blogging The Boys Jun 24, 2016

Is There Even A Spot For Lance Dunbar On The Cowboys Roster?

Lance Dunbar faces a tough task in remaining on the Cowboys roster in 2016. The first two weeks of the 2015 season did not start well for the Dallas Cowboys. Losing their No. 1 offensive weapon (Dez Bryant) in Week 1 and their starting quarterback (Tony Romo) in Week 2, the Cowboys struggled to move the football and score points with consistency. Because of the lack of impact at the quarterback position, defenses would load the box on the Cowboys to stop the running game because they knew that the chances of Brandon Weeden and Matt Cassel beating them were low. Nevertheless, one of Dallas'...

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