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Boston Herald

Patriots Notebook: Belichick: Cowboys not lone star club

On to the Cowboys.Naturally, Bill Belichick started the sell job on Dallas quarterback Brandon Weeden, who was forced into the starter’s role when Tony Romo broke his collarbone in Week 2.During a conference call yesterday, with just one question asked about the Cowboys, the coach began pumping up the backup quarterback, who the Patriots are expected to face on Sunday.


Sean Payton, Duck Dynasty crew have some fun after Saints win vs. Cowboys

Saints coach holds for field goals, throws passes on Mercedes-Benz Superdome field

Houston Chronicle

The next ground threat for the Texans defense is Devonta Freeman

Although speedy Falcons rookie running back Tevin Coleman is out with sore ribs, the Atlanta running game remains dangerous behind the shiftiness of starter Devonta Freeman. Freeman rushed for a season-high 141 yards and three touchdowns in a win over the Dallas Cowboys last Sunday. “Freeman is really having a good year,” Texans coach Bill


La'el Collins: Dallas Cowboys were 'best fit for me'

Saints coach Sean Payton said the Saints looked into signing Collins and had conversations with "quite a bit with a number of people, including his agent."


Eagles and Cowboys: What Did We Learn?

Chip Kelly’s Eagles delivered their worst outing since he became coach two years ago.


No Chris Christie, no Dez Bryant, no problem, Cowboys roll Eagles | Instant Analysis

PHILADELPHIA -- What the Eagles, specifically head coach Chip Kelly, liked about quarterback Sam Bradford when he traded for him was his quick and precise decision making and his ability to get rid of the ball quickly. Kind of the same things...


Jason Garrett says Dallas Cowboys wanted to re-sign DeMarco Murray

Cowboys head coach calls losing Murray 'A business decision'


Eagles coach Chip Kelly's press conference: LIVE updates and analysis

Follow along during Kelly's final press conference of Cowboys week.


Boomer Esiason questions judgment of Eli Manning, Tom Coughlin

Boomer Esiason says mismanagement by the Giants' quarterback and coach in the final two minutes of Sunday's loss to the Cowboys makes him wonder about their overall achievements.

Florida Times-Union

History repeats itself: Coughlin flunks math again in loss to Cowboys

To echo the words of legendary baseball announcer Jack Buck, after gimp-legged Kirk Gibson's memorable home run won Game 1 of the 1988 World Series: “I don’t believe what I just saw.” Watching the end of the Dallas Cowboys’ improbable 27-26 win over the New York Giants Sunday night, it was baffling Giants coach Tom Coughlin repeated an almost identical gaffe from a 21-20 loss to the Cleveland Browns in 2002, which was a pivotal outcome in him being fired by then Jaguars owner Wayne Weaver. read more

Dallas Cowboys Blog | Dallas Morning News

Cowboys coach Jason Garrett says 'it doesn't matter' who starts at running back

IRVING — Last season, there was no mystery about who was getting the Cowboys’ first carry of the game. DeMarco Murray, the 2014 NFL’s top rusher, was clearly the featured running back. But Murray is now gone and the backfield …

Dallas Cowboys Blog | Dallas Morning News

Jason Garrett: Cowboys have laid great foundation; 'I'm excited about this football team'

IRVING – Since Jason Garrett became head coach in 2010, the expectations have never been higher for the Cowboys. They head into their opening week matchup with the Giants relatively healthy and as talented as they’ve been over the last five …

Dallas Cowboys Blog | Dallas Morning News

Jason Garrett: Dallas Cowboys WR Dez Bryant will be full-go for practice Tuesday

IRVING — As expected, Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Dez Bryant will be full-go for practice starting Tuesday, coach Jason Garrett said. Bryant will be a full participant in practice as the Cowboys continue their preparation for the season opener Sunday …