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Last Updated: Saturday, May 5, 2012
Coach Callahan Gives Insight to Offensive Line Moves

Cowboys Offensive Line Coach, Bill Callahan was interviewed during today’s mini-camp and he gave us some insight to where our new free agent offensive linemen will play. Callahan said Nate Livings would play LG and Mackenzy Bernadeau at RG; in addition, Bill Nagy will compete at center where he’ll hope to displace Phil Costa. Costa had a very frustrating and inconsistent

Last Updated: Tuesday, January 10, 2012

News is coming down the wire that Hudson Houck has retired, this report comes from Mort here. You can pretty much count Sparano from coming on board, but Callahan should be an upgrade. More as it comes Share

Last Updated: Sunday, January 1, 2012
Cowboys Season Over, Some Overhauling Must Happen

The season came full circle with another disappointing loss to end the Cowboys 2011 campaign. It was Garrett’s first complete year, and 8-8 is the result. Most writers had pegged the Cowboys to finish between 9-7 and 8-8, since it was seen more of a rebuilding year in transition, looks like the pre-season consensus was correct. So, all Cowboys fan’s are still enraged

Last Updated: Monday, September 26, 2011
Cowboys Continue Resiliency With 18-16 Victory

The Cowboys seem to keep finding ways to stay in games and win them in thrilling fashion. One thing is clear, these Cowboys don’t fold, those days are over. Under Jason Garrett, the Cowboys have shown some amazing resiliency against all the odds that would make most teams wither. There was plenty of adversity, but the Cowboys stepped toe-to-toe with the Redskins and pulled

Last Updated: Monday, September 12, 2011
Cowboys Used Jets Matchup as Measuring Stick

So, now that most of Cowboys Nation has had a full day to digest the disappointing loss against the Jets we’ll take a look at the good the Cowboys did against the Jets. To be exact, the Cowboys used the game against the Jets as a measuring stick, and we did very well, despite the turnovers. Many of us had great concerns over the defense, since they looked very average during

Last Updated: Friday, September 2, 2011
53-Man Roster Prediction (FINAL)

Here we go; the fifth and final edition of the roster predictions. Keep in mind that this is a prediction of what the roster will look like Week One, not necessarily what it looks like tomorrow. Sam Young and Jeremy Parnell will both be on the team tomorrow at 4pm EST, but one of them won’t be when we kickoff in New York. QB: Tony Romo, Jon Kitna, Stephen McGee (3) Previous:

Last Updated: Monday, August 29, 2011
53-Man Roster Prediction (v.4)

It’s the second-to-last edition of the nation’s best Cowboys roster prediction.  I was going to do it yesterday but wanted to wait and see what happened with Andre Gurode first. Between that development and the Martellus Bennett injury, there are some new wrinkles to consider. As always, feedback is welcome and encouraged!    QB: Tony Romo, Jon Kitna, Stephen McGee

Last Updated: Friday, August 26, 2011
Last Ride Cowboys

About one month ago we saw veterans Marion Barber, Marc Colombo, Leonard Davis, and Roy Williams leave the team mostly due to their salaries. As this 2011 Preseason nears its end, it’s becoming clear that other veterans are due to suffer the same fate next offseason. Here’s a look at some Cowboys players who are almost certainly on their last ride with the team: Terence Newman

Last Updated: Tuesday, August 23, 2011
53-Man Roster Prediction (v.3)

After the second preseason game against San Diego, here are the updated roster predictions.      QB: Tony Romo, Jon Kitna, Stephen McGee (3) Previous: Romo, Kitna, Mcgee I’m a little surprised by how little work Kitna is getting in the preseason games, but they must feel comfortable with it.   RB: Felix Jones, DeMarco Murray, Lonyae Miller, Phillip Tanner (4) Prev: Jones,

Last Updated: Tuesday, July 19, 2011
Position Breakdown: Offensive Line

KEY PLAYERS Marc Colombo – He’s the most predictable cut once the lockout ends, and it’s unfortunate as he’s a great locker room presence.  The lack of depth at tackle, especially with the lockout giving coaches less time to work with guys like Sam Young or rookie Tyron Smith, might have helped Colombo stick around if not for the financial issues.  But with Dallas needing

Last Updated: Sunday, May 29, 2011
Andre Gurode Voted to Top 100 Players of 2011

The NFL continued their series of The Top 100 Players of  2011, as voted exclusively by the players themselves. Tonight 60-51 were revealed, and tonight further solidifies Bill Parcells’ legacy in Dallas. Of all the Cowboys in the list, they were all drafted and/or molded by Parcells. Gurode is the exception, but then again, he was drafted in 2002, the year before Parcells

Last Updated: Saturday, May 14, 2011
Lockout Delaying Offensive Line Revamp

The 2010 season was a colossal disappointment and no other unit received more scrutiny at season’s end than the offensive line. Fans wanted the Cowboys to draft some offensive lineman and sure enough we drafted three of them. This confirmed what we already knew,  meaning, the offensive line needed help. This was the first phase of what needs to be a year when we revamp the

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