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Cowboys: Orlando Scandrick's instincts set him apart

Cowboys: Orlando Scandrick's instincts set him apart

IRVING, Texas -- Orlando Scandrick was disappointed when New York Giants wide receiver Victor Cruz was lost for the season because of a knee injury and could not play last week against the Dallas Cowboys. Scandrick wants to compete against the best. On ESPN’s “Monday Night Football” this week, Scandrick will get the chance to compete against a longtime NFC East foe, DeSean Jackson, who is in his first season with the Washington Redskins.
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A jolly good dilemma: is chance to host Super Bowl worth moving a home game to London for Cowboys owner Jerry Jones?

Owner Jerry Jones intends to bid on another Super Bowl, but concedes an NFL stipulation that states that host franchise must then move a regular season home game to London complicates the process for him. “That will put a difficult …

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Dallas Cowboys practice report Saturday: DE Anthony Spencer participating; RT Doug Free, DE Jack Crawford out

IRVING — Dallas Cowboys defensive end Anthony Spencer was participating in practice Saturday at Valley Ranch. He had been taking Fridays off as he continues his comeback from microfracture surgery on his left knee. And, today is a Friday in …

Brad Sham on the Dallas Cowboys “Walking the Dog”

Brad Sham is working his 36th season in the Cowboys radio booth. With the team off to its 6-1 start, his voice seems to be all over the seeming endless Cowboys highlights on the Fox, CBS and ESPN studio shows. …

DeMarco Murray's 3-4 success in focus

IRVING, Texas -- Monday's game against the Washington Redskins will be the fifth time the Dallas Cowboys have seen a 3-4 defense. While DeMarco Murray has run well regardless of the defensive front he has seen this season, he has had incredible success against 3-4 schemes. Against the San Francisco 49ers, Tennessee Titans, New Orleans Saints and Houston Texans, Murray has 106 carries for 570 yards. "There are some similarities but the players are different, the scheme is always different," Murray said.
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Murray had Cowboys’ iron man as off-season workout partner

Murray had Cowboys’ iron man as off-season workout partner

Jason Witten asked the running back to work out with him during the off-season.Coach Process has Cowboys focused without slowing the rollCowboys notes: Amobi Okoye practices for the first time in two yearsFortune-kissed Cowboys likely facing another No. 3 QBCowboys Murray shows his appreciation for offensive lineOwner Dan Snyder winning war to keep Redskins nameCowboys CornerFollow Charean Williams on TwitterFollow Clarence Hill Jr. on TwitterOn FacebookFollow Drew Davison on Twitter

Cowboys RB DeMarco Murray says offseason workouts with TE Jason Witten have helped his stamina

Everyone focuses on the yards DeMarco Murray has gained so far this season. That’s understandable. But when the running back makes his eighth consecutive start Monday night, it will equal the longest stretch of games he’s ever started in a …

Offseason workout partner helped Cowboys' DeMarco Murray

IRVING, Texas – Dallas Cowboys running back DeMarco Murray deflects questions about the amount of work he has received this season like defenders. He doesn’t much care that he is 31 carries away from the most he has had in a season and that Monday’s game against the Washington Redskins is just the eighth game of the season. He says his body feels good. Part of it has to do with what he did in the offseason. Starting in March, before the official beginning of the Cowboys’ offseason program, Murray became Jason Witten’s workout partner.

Dez Bryant: DeMarco Murray's milestones 'a big deal' to teammates

IRVING, Texas – DeMarco Murray insists that he does not care about setting records and hitting milestones. But his Dallas Cowboys teammates definitely care about Murray making history. “I’m pretty sure it’s not [his goal], because he never talks about it,” receiver Dez Bryant said. “Never talks about it at all. But the other guys around him, we all notice it and think about it. That’s why we practice hard, so we can give him that opportunity to reach that.

Jakar Hamilton returns to practice

IRVING, Texas -- Cowboys safety Jakar Hamilton returned to practice on Friday after attending the funeral of his cousin who was killed in South Carolina. "Pushing through it one day at a time," Hamilton said after practice. After serving his four-game suspension for violating the substance abuse policy, Hamilton hasn't played in a game. Defensive end Anthony Spencer was a limited participant in Friday's practice with a sprained foot. Tackle Doug Free (foot) and defensive end Jack Crawford (calf) didn't practice and won't play in Monday's game against Washington.

All in the Family: how much will Cowboys coach Jason Garrett tell Jon Gruden about Monday’s game with Washington?

The broadcast team for the nationally televised game between the Cowboys and Washington will roll into Valley Ranch on Saturday to meet with the coaching staff. This happens every week. What makes tomorrow noteworthy? Well, Jon Gruden is part of …

Tony Romo at practice, Cowboys' health improving

IRVING, Texas – The Dallas Cowboys’ health keeps improving. With quarterback Tony Romo returning to practice after sitting Thursday’s workout, only right tackle Doug Free and defensive end Jack Crawford were missing from practice. Free is expected to miss two more games with a small fracture in his right foot. Crawford has been battling a strained calf for the last two weeks. Safety Jakar Hamilton returned to practice Friday after missing Thursday’s session to tend to a personal matter.

Jerry Jones: DeMarcus Ware is a heck of a player when healthy, but Denver is probably best place for him

Denver Broncos defensive end DeMarcus Ware has seven sacks this season. The entire Dallas Cowboys team has seven. But Jerry Jones isn’t second-guessing himself about releasing Ware in March. “DeMarcus Ware is an outstanding player,” the Cowboys owner and GM …

Cowboys prepared for Redskins offense rather than QBs

A degree of uncertainty has loomed over Washington’s quarterback position this week, so in preparation for Monday night’s game, the Dallas Cowboys studied the Redskins’ offense rather than worry about whether Colt McCoy or Robert Griffin III would start. Jay Gruden said Monday that McCoy would get the start, but allowed himself some wiggle room, […]

Prediction: Cowboys keep it rolling

IRVING, Texas -- This game will be more difficult than people believe. But the Dallas Cowboys are built for “dirty” games. Not dirty in the sense of temperament, but dirty in terms of how they will need to gain yards. DeMarco Murray has been able to handle the dirty work the last two games against the Seattle Seahawks and New York Giants while also putting up eight runs of 10 yards or more. Of note: Murray does not have a 100-yard game against the Redskins in five tries.

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