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Last Updated: Tuesday, June 2, 2009

This was two years in the making, but the time has finally arrived. The Cowboys have finally cut ties with OLB/DE Greg Ellis. The roster purge has been completed on both sides of the ball. Ellis was a good player, pretty solid, but in following the theme of change and locker room chemistry, Ellis is out in Dallas. Anthony Spencer and the rookies will now shoulder the full load at

Last Updated: Saturday, May 9, 2009

NFL fans have hit the lull that occurs after the NFL Draft and before training camp. Teams news in slowly trickling out to fans, but I have noticed something interesting over at the Official Cowboys site in regards to the depth chart. If you visit it right now, the depth chart is simply in alphabetical order. Could this be an indirect sign to ALL players that every roster spot is

Last Updated: Tuesday, April 28, 2009

The draft is in the bag, and fans are still getting over the disappointment of the Cowboys not drafting their guy, but this happens every year. The weeks leading up to the draft, rumors swirl and mock drafts make for fun entertainment. What we do know is that the Cowboys drafted 12 players, and the theme was defense, special teams, and competition. Let’s break down the 12

Last Updated: Sunday, April 26, 2009

The Cowboys have selected DE Brandon Williams, Texas Tech.  Williams will also be projected as an OLB. I get the feeling Ellis is out of here. Two back-to-back tweene’s mean Ellis is likely a June cut. Share

Last Updated: Friday, April 24, 2009

The Cowboys will head into the draft with 11 picks in their arsenal, but will they actually walk away with 11 players? Its unlikely the Cowboys will draft 11 players.  Look for the Cowboys to be wheeling and dealing to move around to get the players they want, they have 9 picks that are in play to move up and down the draft board. NFL rules do not allow teams to trade compensatory

Last Updated: Tuesday, March 31, 2009

According to the NFL Blog, the Cowboys will bring in Richmond Spiders’ LB/DE Lawrence Sidbury for a visit. The Cowboys could be in the market for another OLB considering the aging Greg Ellis could be entering his last year with the team. In addition to that, I’m sure anyone is sold on Anthony Spencer right now. Spencer has shown flashes, but going into year 3, we would

Last Updated: Saturday, March 28, 2009

Are you planning on attending any Cowboys games this year and beyond? If so, you should feel safe in the new state-of-the art stadium. According to the Arlington Mayor, Robert Cluck, the new stadium will be pretty safe: “When this stadium opens, it will be the safest public structure anywhere,” Cluck said.(DMN) Jerry Jones gave a tour for two lawmakers; Republican Sen.

Last Updated: Monday, March 9, 2009

The Cowboys offseason started out slow, but the Cowboys have made some moves at a frenetic pace. The Cowboys are systematically purging out the weak links on the roster either by letting free agents walk or by releasing players. Lets take a look at significant losses and additions thus far. Losses: CB Adam Jones NT Tank Johnson LB Zach Thomas DE Chris Canty CB Anthony Henry WR

Last Updated: Thursday, March 5, 2009

The Cowboys have had a busy offseason, the changes Jerry said would happen, have indeed happened, but more on the player side. With Owens released yesterday, the Cowboys wasted no time in releasing another high profile name in Roy Williams. Roy Williams had two good seasons in Dallas, and garbage the rest of the way. I’m legitimately happier about the Roy Williams release

Last Updated: Saturday, February 28, 2009

We all expected the Cowboys to be relatively quiet this free agency period and this is because Jerry locked up several key players over the last 2 seasons. Romo was the last really big contract he gave out in 2007, Romo cashed in to the tune of 6yrs $67million, with around $31million in guaranteed money. Now will come DeMarcus Ware’s contract, and its shaping up to be the

Last Updated: Monday, October 13, 2008

The Cowboys moved the 3-4 defense in 2005, and after several season’s its been a complete and utter disappointment. There can be several factors that have led to let down of the much hyped system. Parcells was supposedly a guru of the system, and somehow under his tenure, it never lived up to the in-your face pressure it had touted. Maybe you can blame the ineffectiveness

Last Updated: Friday, May 9, 2008

If you thought the rest of the offseason would be quiet, you didn’t count on this lingering story surronding Roy Williams. First came his interview on the Michael Irvin show where he admitted there were times he wished the ball did not get thrown in his direction, and all that. Roy just seemed dissolutioned, lost, and not confident. Now this week, we have Greg Ellis coming

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