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Last Updated: Monday, May 16, 2011
NFL Owners Gain Leverage with Appellate Court’s Ruling

The 8th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals has ruled that the lockout will continue until June 3rd, when the next hearing will determine whether or not the NFL Owner’s lockout is legal. By the looks of it, the pattern of rulings lean in favor of the owners for the June 3rd ruling as well. The ruling will be determined by the same three appellate judges who sided with the NFL with

Last Updated: Monday, May 16, 2011
CowboysBlog.Net Joins YardBarker Network

We have a great announcement to make; CowboysBlog.Net has joined the YardBarker Network and our content will be readily available to a much larger audience reaching millions of viewers each day. Our syndicated content through YardBarker will be seen on FoxSports.com, TMZ.com and NHL.com. This will be a great partnership moving forward. We stride to provide our readers with the best

Last Updated: Monday, May 16, 2011
Position Breakdown: Quarterbacks

I thought I’d do a series of breakdowns of the different spots on the team.  I’ll be looking at last year’s players, players recently taken in the 2011 Draft, free agent prospects, and sound strategies for next year.   To begin this series, I’m looking at easily the most stable group for the team right now; the quarterbacks. KEY PLAYERS Tony Romo –

Last Updated: Monday, May 16, 2011
Ratliff and Romo make The Top 100 Players of 2011

The NFL continued their series of The Top 100 Players of  2011, as voted by the players themselves. Tonight 80-71 were revealed. The first Dallas Cowboy has made the list, and its Jay Ratliff landing the #75 spot.Tom Coughlin narrated the Ratliff piece and gave some high praises. Good stuff! There was another Cowboy making tonight’s list and it was Tony Romo landing the #72

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

Last Updated: Friday, May 13, 2011
Top Unluckiest Moments in Cowboys History

The NFL Network came up with a Top 10 unluckiest plays in NFL History, to mark today’s Friday the 13th silliness. So, sticking with the theme let’s look at some of the most unluckiest plays in Cowboys history. Let’s go down memory lane, from worst, to the very worst: 4th and Dumb. Barry Switzer. December 10, 1995. The Cowboys were playing the Eagles in Philly,

Last Updated: Thursday, May 12, 2011
Former Cowboy Ron Springs passes away

By now you all know the heart touching story of Ron Springs, and the ultimate sacrifice of his friend and former teammate, Everson Walls. Walls donated one his kidneys to Springs who had been battling diabetes since 1990. Ron Springs has passed away at the age of 54. From Cowboy fans everywhere, we offer our condolences to the Springs family. Since 2007, Springs had been in a coma

Last Updated: Wednesday, May 11, 2011
Jason Witten joins iPhone App, Gridiron Grunts

Cowboys All-Pro TE Jason Witten, has joined the new iPhone App called Gridiron Grunts. Its free to install, and there are some .99 cent subscription options too. I joined up, and subscribed to Witten’s channel. The app itself is easy to use, and there, are other NFL players on there as well. At the moment, Witten is the only Cowboy on there; however, Im sure more will join. Fans

Last Updated: Tuesday, May 10, 2011
Should Ratliff Stay at Nose Tackle?

In 2005, Jay Ratliff was drafted in seventh round as a defensive end prospect.  An injury to then-starter Jason Ferguson in 2007 forced Ratliff to play as an undersized nose tackle, but the result was something no one saw coming.  Three Pro Bowls and a First Team All-Pro selection later, Ratliff goes into 2011 as one of the staples of our defense and a veteran leader. That said,

Last Updated: Monday, May 9, 2011
Presumptuous Parting Shots

Before the NFL Draft and especially now in its aftermath, Cowboys fans have been speculating what 2010 players will not be with the team next season.  My CowboysBlog colleague gave his thoughts on Roy Williams’ future in a post yesterday (link).  I actually disagree with Joe and think Roy will still be with us next season, but we’ll get to him later.  For now, here

Last Updated: Sunday, May 8, 2011
Roy Williams Among Jerry’s List of Players Not Returning

Jerry Jones has said that four or five players are in danger of not coming back this upcoming season. So, who’s on that list? Marion Barber and Marc Colombo are the two given, especially after drafting Tyron Smith and DeMarco Murray. Common sense and speculation point to, Terence Newman and Roy Williams being the other two players. Newman’s status will be effected with

Last Updated: Saturday, May 7, 2011
The UFC tried to Help DeMarco Murray with EA Sports Cover Contest

May be a little late with this news; but like myself, I don’t think many fans were aware that the UFC actually tried to help out DeMarco Murray win the NCAA Football 12 Cover for EA Sports. Ultimately Mark Ingram snagged the coveted cover for the game. The UFC even had an ad at UFC.com endorsing DeMarco Murray; the ad has GSP, Arianny, Lorenzo Fertitta, and Dana White asking

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