11:54 PM EDT, Fri March 24, 2017
Possible Plan B for Tony Romo? CBS reportedly making 'strong push' for Cowboys QB

Possible Plan B for Tony Romo? CBS reportedly making 'strong push' for Cowboys QB

If that whole football thing doesn't work out for Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo, sounds like he'll have a potential suitor excited to meet with him.Should Romo's plans not include continuing in the NFL once the Cowboys either release or trade him, CBS is reportedly interested in him for a TV gig.According to ESPN's Adam Schefter, the network is making a "strong push" to get him on the air. Schefter's report did not name his sources.Last month, Schefter wrote a similar report that claimed 'television networks' were interested in Romo.Romo has given no indication that he's done with...
Inside The Star 13 hours ago

Tony Romo’s Fate Still Adrift; What’s Next for Cowboys, Romo?

By now many of you must be wondering what will ultimately happen with Tony Romo and the Dallas Cowboys. It’s been weeks since the start of Free Agency, and before that the news broke that the Cowboys informed Romo that he would be released on March 9, and that was the last that anyone has heard […] "Tony...
Dallas Cowboys Blog | Dallas Morning News 13 hours ago

Romo, Garrett's frayed relationship can be traced back to this slap at the Cowboys coach's authority

Jason Garrett was at American Airlines Center this week as the Mavericks lost to the Golden State Warriors.Tony Romo wasn't sitting next to him.The relationship between the two has become a source of fascination for Cowboys fans. With Romo's fate in limbo, it's become evident he and Garrett haven't been...
NFL Trade Rumors 7 hours ago

Tony Romo Reportedly Believes It’s “Texans Or Retirement” In 2017

Jeff Darlington of ESPN reports that while the Broncos haven’t ruled out the possibility of adding Tony Romo, sources have told him that it’s “Texans or retirement” for Romo this year. According to Darlington, the Broncos currently are not pursuing Romo, which probably doesn’t come as a big...
Giants Wire 15 hours ago
Giants' D.J. Fluker ready to make good on 'prove it' deal

Giants' D.J. Fluker ready to make good on 'prove it' deal

The New York Giants currently have roughly the same offensive line as they had when they finished te 2016 season in Green Bay. The only difference is D.J. Fluker who signed a one-year “prove it” deal and he’s ready to make good on it. Related:Two Giants named to NFL.coms All-Under 25 Team After being released by the Los Angeles Chargers just before free agency, the Giants added Fluker to the mix on a low-cost deal. The 26-year-old sees this deal as an opportunity to show his worth. “That’s my goal, to prove it,” Fluker told NJ Advance Media. “You have to earn it....
Giants Wire 14 hours ago

Report: LB Calvin Munson set to visit Giants

With the 2017 NFL Draft just over one month away, the New York Giants have been visiting pro days at numerous schools to get a better feel for prospects that didn’t go to the NFL Combine. They liked what they saw in San Diego State linebacker Calvin Munson to reportedly set up a visit. Related:Giants...
Big Blue View 12 hours ago

NFC East Notebook: Eagles players united on Colin Kaepernick stance

Eagles consider Joe Mixon, Cowboys to possibly revamp secondary, more The New York Giants are making a serious push in 2017, as evidenced by the moves they’ve made in free agency. We won’t recount them, you already know Big Blue signed Brandon Marshall, Rhett Ellison and D.J. Fluker among others....
FOX Sports 8 hours ago
Washington Redskins: Johnathan Hankins Should Be Signed

Washington Redskins: Johnathan Hankins Should Be Signed

The Washington Redskins have a huge hole in the middle of their defensive line, but signing 24-year-old free agent Johnathan Hankins wouldfill it.What in the world happened to Johnathan Hankins? Thats the question many NFL teams and fans would like to know as the talented defensive tackle&md...
CSN Philly 2 hours ago
Eagles owner Jeff Lurie rails against political polarization in Washington

Eagles owner Jeff Lurie rails against political polarization in Washington

Eagles owner Jeff Lurie isn't often very outspoken on football or political matters. He has apparently made an exception. Just a few days before Lurie

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Mark Sanchez’s departure another example of Cowboys faith in Prescott

There is no question the Dallas Cowboys are committed to Dak Prescott as their franchise quarterback of the present and future. The best rookie season for a quarterback in NFL …
New York Daily News 8 hours ago
Giant Mailbag: Will Hankins re-sign for less, Josh Brown and more

Giant Mailbag: Will Hankins re-sign for less, Josh Brown and more

Although Jerry Reese has been extremely active, questions remain after the first few waves of free agency regarding the Giants’ plan.
CSN Philly 9 hours ago

Eagles withdraw all but one rule proposal for owners meetings

As the annual NFL meetings get set to kick off next week, the Eagles originally proposed four playing rule changes and a resolution
CSN Washington 9 hours ago

Vernon Davis 'just can't fathom' the NFL's very strict celebration rules

As he proudly demonstrated in a 27-20 win against the Eagles last October, Vernon Davis has a silky jumpshot. Unfortunately, in today's NFL, celebrating by
How Cowboys LB Jaylon Smith just landed a $700,000 paycheck without playing a snap, according to a report

How Cowboys LB Jaylon Smith just landed a $700,000 paycheck without playing a snap, according to a report

Even though he hasn't played a single snap of NFL action in his career, Cowboys linebacker Jaylon Smith is believed to have a fat check headed his way.According to a CBS Sports report by Dennis Dodd citing two sources, Smith is believed to be getting about a $700,000 payout from his loss-of-draft-value insurance policy.In the 2015 college football season, Smith was a star linebacker and expected to be taken very early in the NFL draft. But he injured his knee in Notre Dame's bowl game.Smith had surgery early last year to reconstruct his left anterior cruciate ligament and during his recovery...
This is the DE who makes most sense for Cowboys in NFL draft's first round (if available)

This is the DE who makes most sense for Cowboys in NFL draft's first round (if available)

Jon Machota, Cowboys beat writer for SportsDayDFW.com and The Dallas Morning News, answered questions about the team during a live chat Friday. Here are some of the highlights.Q: With the 28th pick in the first round of the 2017 NFL draft, the Dallas Cowboys select ... ?Machota: Charles Harris, DE, Missouri. I don't know if Harris will necessarily fall that far, but if he does, he makes the most sense. Cornerback is arguably the deepest position in this class. If it wasn't, I might have gone Kevin King, the 6-3 CB out of Washington, here. Missouri has been a great source for defensive linemen...
CSN Bay Area 10 hours ago

After signing with Giants, Draughn pens long thank you to 49ers

Shaun Draughn is now a member of the New York Giants, but he won't ever forget his brief stint with the 49ers. The running back
Fort-Worth Star Telegram 10 hours ago

Doug Free’s replacement? Tackle Byron Bell visiting Dallas Cowboys

The Dallas Cowboys' slow, deliberate and thrifty approach to free agency took another measured step on Friday with a visit from free agent offensive tackle Byron Bell. Bell started 16 …
Inside The Star 10 hours ago

Cowboys en Español: Necesidades de los Cowboys para el NFL Draft

¡Ahora puedes escuchar esta publicación como un Podcast en español! Cowboys en Español: Necesidades de los Cowboys para el NFL Draft Cowboys en Español: Necesidades de los Cowboys para el NFL Draft En poco más de un mes, el NFL Draft se llevará a cabo. Cuando hablamos del Draft, hablamos de lo que mantiene a […] "Cowboys en Español: Necesidades de los Cowboys para el NFL Draft" appeared first on Inside The Star.         
Inside The Star 10 hours ago

Free Agent Tackle Byron Bell Visiting Dallas Cowboys

The Dallas Cowboys still have a few roster holes that they would like to fill prior to the 2017 NFL Draft next month. One such spot of concern is at offensive tackle, with the retirement of Doug Free leaving the anything-but-reliable Chaz Green as the starter at RT. Although he comes with his own injury […] "Free Agent Tackle Byron Bell Visiting Dallas Cowboys" appeared first on Inside The Star.         
CBS DC 10 hours ago
Redskins Seek to Rid NFL of ‘Color Rush’ Requirement

Redskins Seek to Rid NFL of ‘Color Rush’ Requirement

Redskins propose rule change to rid NFL of "garish" color rush uniform requirement.

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