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Lawsuit against Melton reportedly dropped

Lawsuit against Melton reportedly dropped

SAN ANTONIO - A bar owner has reportedly dropped a $1 million lawsuit against Dallas Cowboys defensive tackle Henry Melton that claimed the former Texas standout bit him during an incident late last season.
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Lawsuits Dropped Involving Cowboys Defensive Tackle Henry Melton

One potential piece of trouble has been resolved for Henry Melton. When the Cowboys signed Henry Melton as a free agent this offseason, they knew that there were lawsuits and criminal charges pending from a bar fight that took place towards the end of 2013. One part of that equation has been settled...

Jason Hatcher: After signing with Washington, Dallas Cowboys fans said they hoped I would die

Former Dallas Cowboys defensive tackle Jason Hatcher recently said he chose to sign with Washington because he believes Robert Griffin III will take the Redskins to the Super Bowl. Hatcher shared those thoughts and several others with NBC News4’s Dianna …

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Why not Johnny Manziel to the Cowboys?

Why not Johnny Manziel to the Cowboys?

If the A&M quarterback starts to slide, Jerry Jones eyes will widen ve on draft day.

Chat recap: When will Cowboys go after QB?

IRVING, Texas -- We had another solid chat on Wednesday with a lot of draft questions. We talked about trading up (I don’t see it happening), selecting Anthony Barr or Kony Ealy if both are available at No. 16 (Barr), taking a chance on Dominique Easley, the extra time leading up to the draft (hate it) and my all-time favorite Cowboy. If you want to read the whole chat, click here. I was also asked about drafting a quarterback. R Lank, Md.

Report: Dallas Cowboys exercise fifth-year option on Tyron Smith’s contract

Signs were pointing to the Dallas Cowboys excising the fifth-year option on left tackle Tyron Smith’s contract and ESPN Dallas reported that happened Thursday night. The move means Smith’s contract will run through the 2015 season, fully guaranteeing $10.039 million …

Source: Dallas picks up Tyron Smith option

IRVING, Texas -- The Dallas Cowboys have exercised the fifth-year option on Tyron Smith’s contract, according to a source, keeping the 2011 first-round pick with the team at least through 2015. The option will pay Smith more than $10 million and is presently guaranteed for injury, but it does not preclude the Cowboys and Smith working out a multi-year deal before it is fully guaranteed by the first day of the league year in 2015. The Cowboys took Smith with the ninth pick in the 2011 draft, and he has missed just one game in three seasons.
Casey Pachall has ‘good day’ throwing at Cowboys’ workout

Casey Pachall has ‘good day’ throwing at Cowboys’ workout

The Cowboys work out four quarterbacks at their annual Dallas Day at Valley Ranch.

Aikman concerned about Romo's back

Hall of Fame quarterback Troy Aikman knows something about back surgeries. He had one at 26 and recovered in time to start the 1993 season. His experience gives him cause for concern over current Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo, who is recovering from surgery similar to Aikman's. "I came back in a relatively short period of time because of when I had my surgery, so he's at least afforded more time to get ready,” Aikman told the Cowboys' website during a charity event Wednesday at AT&T Stadium.

Reviewing Cowboys' free agency: 2012

With free agency entering the final stages, we'll review the Cowboys' past five free-agency classes. We'll continue with 2012: Players signed: Mackenzy Bernadeau, Brandon Carr, Dan Connor, Nate Livings, Kyle Orton and Lawrence Vickers. Starts earned: 62 Analysis: The Cowboys needed to upgrade the talent level along the offensive line and secondary. Bernadeau and Livings were signed to become starters and each started every game. Carr signed a big money deal -- five years, $50.

Danny White: Dallas Cowboys don’t need Peyton Manning or any other QB, they need Tony Romo

Danny White was a starting quarterback for the Dallas Cowboys for eight seasons during the 1980s. He led the Cowboys to a 62-30 record and three consecutive NFC Championship game appearances as a starter. White, a Wednesday night guest on …

Analyzing Kiper Mock 4.0: Cowboys

IRVING, Texas -- So far Mel Kiper Jr. has followed the Dallas Cowboys' draft needs in his mock drafts. In his first two mocks, he offered up Alabama safety Ha Ha Clinton-Dix in the first round. In his third, he went with Florida State defensive tackle Timmy Jernigan. In his Grade A mock, he went with Pitt defensive tackle Aaron Donald. In Kiper's Mock draft 4.0 , he has gone away from the defensive side of the ball. Kiper has the Cowboys selecting Notre Dame offensive lineman Zack Martin in the first round.

Troy Aikman concerned about Tony Romo’s back; doesn’t think Dallas Cowboys will draft a QB

When Troy Aikman chose to retire at 34 it wasn’t because of concussions he sustained during his 12-year career, it was because of back injuries. And for that reason, the former Dallas Cowboys star quarterback and Pro Football Hall of …

Stanford's Mauro closer to Cowboys dream

IRVING, Texas -- Josh Mauro was like a lot of kids growing up in the area. He was a huge Dallas Cowboys fan. He even attended the final game at Texas Stadium, a loss to the Baltimore Ravens in 2008. He hoped one day he would wear the star on his helmet. Today Mauro, who played defensive line at Stanford after leaving Hurst L.D. Bell, is at Valley Ranch with other Dallas Day hopefuls -- working out for the team while his immediate family watches. Mauro will be joined by other locals like TCU safety Elisha Olabode, Missouri quarterback James Franklin (Corinth), Abilene Christian receiver...

Reviewing the Cowboys’ drafts: 2012

IRVING, Texas -- Day 4 of reviewing the Dallas Cowboys' past five drafts continues today with the Class of 2012. If you want our thoughts on the 2009-11 drafts, click here for 2009, here for 2010 and here for 2011. First-round pick: Morris Claiborne (No. 6 overall) Number of picks: 7 How they did: The Cowboys made a bold move by trading up from No. 14 to No. 6 to take Claiborne, whom they had given the highest grade for a cornerback since Deion Sanders.
Cowboys’ draft workout includes SMU ex Gilbert

Cowboys’ draft workout includes SMU ex Gilbert

Cowboys Garrett Gilbert will be part of Dallas Day workouts.

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