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Attorneys for LB Rolando McClain file motion to dismiss charges from 2013 arrest

Cowboys linebacker Rolando McClain’s attorneys filed a motion in an Alabama county court to have two misdemeanor charges stemming from a 2013 arrest dismissed. Last July, McClain was sentenced to 18 days in jail after he was found guilty of …
Blogging The Boys Apr 4, 2015

Dallas Cowboys News & Notes: "We're Taking Over The World This Year."

Latest Cowboys headlines: Rolando McClain is excited to be back in Dallas; Darren McFadden thinks his best work still ahead; Chip Kelly has Eagles fans scared shirtless. Walking by the locker room at Valley Ranch, see Rolando McClain high-fiving teammates, saying "ready to go", seems VERY excited to be here — Lindsay Cash (@LindsayCash15) April 2, 2015 Last thing McClain said before walking out the back door: "We're taking over the world this year." #Cowboys — Lindsay Cash (@LindsayCash15) April 2, 2015 McClain's Return Solidifies Linebacking Corps | Richie Whitt, NBC 5...

Source: Cowboys and LB Rolando McClain agree to one-year deal

The Cowboys have reached agreement with Rolando McClain on a one-year contract Wednesday, a source said. The deal includes a base salary of $3 million and an additional $1 million in playing-time incentives. McClain, 25, was acquired in a July …
Blogging The Boys Apr 1, 2015

Dallas Cowboys Agree To Terms With Rolando McClain

One of the last looming free agency questions has been answered. The Dallas Cowboys have agreed to terms with their starting middle linebacker. It's been a back and forth type of negotiation, but that's just how these things play out sometimes. The Dallas Cowboys were reported to have competition in the New England Patriots, but although he visited, he never signed. Once back in Dallas, the Cowboys thought it best for them to retain his services. Ed Werder of ESPN reported the terms of the deal are only one-year but the deal is worth up to $3,000,000 with another $1,000,000 in playtime...
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Patriots Notebook: Patriots eyes see McClain

Patriots Notebook: Patriots eyes see McClain

Due to the uncertainty at linebacker, the Patriots are exploring an intriguing avenue to boost their depth.The Pats hosted Rolando McClain yesterday at Gillette Stadium, according to a source. The Raiders drafted McClain with the eighth overall pick in 2010, but the Alabama product has been very up and down throughout his five-year career, though he probably had his best season with the Cowboys in 2014.

Report: Ex-Cowboys linebacker Rolando McClain set to meet Patriots

Free agent Rolando McClain isn’t a cinch to be with the Dallas Cowboys next season. McClain is speaking with the New England Patriots today, according to ESPN. The linebacker saw a rebirth in his career with Dallas in 2014, helping …
Blogging The Boys Mar 30, 2015

Dallas Cowboys 2015 Free Agents: Rolando McClain Visiting New England Patriots

The market may finally be heating up for the unsigned linebacker. Rolando McClain was an unexpected star of the defense for the Dallas Cowboys in 2014. Although he had injury issues that reduced his effectiveness as the season wore on, he was still a key factor in helping the defense climb out of the woeful hole it was in during the 2013 season. Many fans have been somewhat dismayed that the Cowboys have not re-signed him. The team has reportedly made him a low offer which he is not happy with, but Dallas was content to play the waiting game as no real competition for his services had...

Rolando McClain visiting Patriots

IRVING, Texas -- The Dallas Cowboys might have some competition in keeping Rolando McClain. McClain, who was second on the Cowboys in tackles last year according to the coaches’ breakdown, is visiting with the New England Patriots on Monday, according to multiple sources and ESPN Insider Field Yates. The Cowboys have been in contact with McClain’s agent, Pat Dye, in the offseason about having him return but have not been able to close a deal.
Blogging The Boys Mar 29, 2015

Dallas Cowboys News & Notes: "Cowboys Operating The Way Smart Teams Do."

Sunday morning Cowboys headlines: Cowboys taking a much more prudent approach this offseason; How to handle Brandon Carr’s contract situation; Can RB Ryan Williams be The Man? Dallas Cowboys taking a much more prudent approach this offseason - Jean-Jacques Taylor, ESPN DallasThe Cowboys suddenly are a prudent offseason shopper, a proper approach for a team trying to build a sustained winner, JJT writes. These Cowboys are pragmatic in their approach to the roster -- and they're not really willing to be all that flexible. If middle linebacker Rolando McClain wants to play for close to the...
Blogging The Boys Mar 27, 2015

Dallas Cowboys News: Investigation Into Arson Of Rolando McClain's Home Inactive

The ongoing investigation of Rolando McClain's home has been declared inactive. What does that mean for McClain and his negotiation with the Dallas Cowboys? In December of 2014, Rolando McClain's home in Tuscaloosa, Alabama burned to the ground. Last month, Fire Marshall Ed Paulk declared that the fire was an arson. The home to that point had been listed for sale at a value of $1.5 million but was mysteriously set ablaze. After exhausting all options, Paulk's office has now stated that the case will remain open but at this point will be inactive until further evidence could be brought...
Bob Sturm: Sounds like Cowboys, Rolando McClain have very different contract numbers in mind

Bob Sturm: Sounds like Cowboys, Rolando McClain have very different contract numbers in mind

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Arson investigation into fire that destroyed Dallas Cowboys LB Rolando McClain’s home now inactive

The arson investigation into the fire that destroyed Dallas Cowboys free agent linebacker Rolando McClain’s home in December remains open but is now inactive because all leads have been exhausted, Alabama state fire marshal Ed Paulk said Thursday. Paulk’s office ruled the …

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