12:06 PM EDT, Sun March 29, 2015

Cowboys coach Jason Garrett on NFL’s response to catch that wasn’t by Dez Bryant: “I do think it still needs some work.”

Jason Garrett was asked how the competition committee could spend months reviewing the catch that wasn’t by Dez Bryant, alter a few words in the rule and arrive at the same conclusion: it wasn’t a catch. “I can not explain …

Cowboys expect Dez Bryant to show for offseason work

IRVING, Texas -- When the voluntary offseason program starts next month, the Dallas Cowboys are expecting Dez Bryant to be there. Until Bryant signs the franchise-tag tender, which would guarantee him $12.823 million for 2015, he is under no obligation to show up for anything, even the mandatory June mini-camp. “I’m not worried about that at all, and it’s because of how much he loves the game, how much he knows that preparation, practice, all of that improves him,” owner Jerry Jones said in this Star-Telegram story.

Tag, you’re it: Cowboys won’t offer WR Dez Bryant the same clause Greg Hardy received

Greg Hardy had a clause inserted into his contract that prevents the Cowboys from applying the franchise or transition tag on him at the end of the season. Executive vice president Stephen Jones said the Cowboys have no intention of …

Cowboys WR Dez Bryant keeps them talking, but in end NFL makes on subtle wording change

Dez Bryant’s catch that wasn’t in the final moments of the playoff loss to Green Bay sparked a heated discussion about changing the rule. The result has been a subtle change in wording. The league’s Competition Committee, which counts Cowboys executive …
philly.com Mar 23, 2015

Jones lauds Murray, NFL tweaks catch rule

Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones, hustling to a meeting, said nice things about DeMarco Murray, now of the Eagles, and the league made a change in emphasis on the catch rule that still wouldn't have helped Dez Bryant in that playoff game.

Dallas Cowboys' Twitter mailbag, Part 1

IRVING, Texas -- Part 1 of the Dallas Cowboys' Twitter mailbag is ready. In it we discuss: What happened to financial discipline? Dez Bryant's cap number Brandon Carr's contract Greg Hardy verus Charles Haley Moving on up in the draft Away we go: @toddarcher: You raise a great question. The Cowboys' financial discipline was lauded in their decision not to pay DeMarco Murray, but then they went over their budget for Greg Hardy. Yes, he only counts $3.
Blogging The Boys Mar 15, 2015

Dallas Cowboys News & Notes: Cowboys To Continue Shopping For Cornerbacks?

If you want to read about a fan who got an amazing haircut of Dez Bryant, or about how DeMarco Murray was booed at a UFC event in Dallas, then this news summary is not for you. Cowboys not any closer to deal with Dez Bryant - Todd Archer, ESPN DallasIn response to a Twitter question, Archer writes that getting deal done with Dez Bryant is not priority at moment. To think they would get this done in a second wasn't realistic. It will be a tricky deal to come to an agreement on not because of how they value the player but because of the numbers that would be involved. They have until July 15...
Express-Times Mar 12, 2015

Dez Bryant, NFL players wish DeMarco Murray well on Twitter after he reportedly signs with Eagles

Players from across the league send well wishes to DeMarco Murray as he closes in on signing with the Eagles.
Bleeding Green Nation Mar 12, 2015

Byron Maxwell likes his chances against DeSean Jackson, Dez Bryant, Odell Beckham Jr.

For more news and rumors on the Eagles free agent moves, check out our Eagles 2015 free agency rumor tracker. Newly signed Eagles cornerback Byron Maxwell has a tough challenge ahead of him for now and years to come. The $63 million man will inevitably be tasked with guarding some of the premiere wide receivers in the NFC East six times a season. The names are well known: DeSean Jackson, Dez Bryant, and Odell Beckham Jr. These three wide receivers did a lot of damage to the Eagles' lackluster secondary in 2014. Philadelphia is counting on their new corner to do much better. Meeting with the...
Blogging The Boys Mar 7, 2015

Cowboys 2015 Free Agent Rumor & News Tracker

Keep track of all the Cowboys moves in free agency. The 2015 NFL free agency period is about to open. It officially starts on March 10th, but the three-day legal tampering period begins tomorrow. During that time, teams can talk to soon-to-be free agents, but can't sign them until the official start of free agency. Of course, players that have been released by other teams can sign at any time, and a team can sign their own free agents at any time. The Cowboys have a couple of the big names in free agency, but they already made a move to keep one of them. Dez Bryant was slapped with the...

No reason for Tony Romo to take pay cut

IRVING, Texas -- The question was being asked before Peyton Manning agreed to take a $4 million pay cut from the Denver Broncos on Wednesday: Why doesn't Tony Romo take a cut in pay to help the Dallas Cowboys keep Dez Bryant and DeMarco Murray? Well, he doesn't have to. Nor should he. And if the Cowboys want to sign Bryant and Murray to long-term deals, they don't need any cash from Tony Romo. Romo is set to make a $17 million base salary in 2015 and count an NFL-high $27.

Dez Bryant gets franchise tag. Now what?

ESPN Cowboys reporter Todd Archer discusses Dez Bryant’s future.
Grand Rapids Press Mar 4, 2015

Darius Slay drawing more praise from the Detroit Lions, and the expectations that go with it

It was easy to miss live, with so much happening and so much at stake. But pop in the tape, and it's there. Detroit Lions cornerback Darius Slay jamming Dez Bryant right into the turf. Yes, that Dez Bryant. OK,...
Blogging The Boys Mar 4, 2015

Negotiating With Dez Bryant: What Is Dez Seeking?

While we usually think of negotiations going back and forth to arrive at a middle ground, there are several nuances that could be at play. When people are negotiating a deal, they often have one thing that matters most. For NFL football players, that one thing is usually guaranteed money. This is as it should be because once that amount has been paid out the player's security diminishes. The players call this guaranteed money....security. So, with that background we can begin to analyze what the agents who are negotiating for Dez Bryant are going to be focused on and how that may affect...
Blogging The Boys Mar 3, 2015

Cowboys 2015 Free Agents: DeMarco Murray Reportedly Wants To Stay In Dallas - For The Right Price

The saga of DeMarco Murray and the Cowboys is picking up steam. With the March 10th kickoff of free agency fast approaching, the rumor season is gearing up. Cowboys free agent DeMarco Murray is certainly going to see his name pop up in speculation all over the Internet. In fact, that's already begun. Ian Rapoport, already a non-favorite with Cowboys fans based on his Dez Bryant reporting, is looking at destinations for Murray and claims that the chances of Murray remaining in Dallas are slim. Based on his understanding of Murray's situation, NFL Media Insider Ian Rapoport cautioned on...

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