As we get closer to the NFL scouting combine, I'm going to be breaking down individual prospects whom I believe would make sense for the Cowboys with the 28th pick.
Last week, it was reported by ESPN's Ed Werder that Tony Romo will likely be released rather than traded.
As we get ready to enter the full swing of draft season with the combine slated to start next Tuesday, here is the first in a series of mock drafts I will be doing leading...
As we continue to grade the Dallas Cowboys 2016 season position by position, this week we flip to the other side of the ball...
It appears the Dallas Cowboys will release quarterback Tony Romo, according to ESPN's Ed Werder.
We are less than a month away until the new league year begins on March 9th. At this time last year, the 4-12 Cowboys had a laundry list of needs.
The Super Bowl was only a few days ago, but analysts have already begun focusing on free agency and the draft.
Before we officially close the books on the 2016 season this Sunday, let’s examine the Dallas Cowboys position by position
While a dynamic duo of Cowboys rookies -- quarterback Dak Prescott and running back Ezekiel Elliott -- led the way, Rod Marinelli's defense played extremely well on the backburner this season.
With the sting of this year’s divisional round playoff loss to Green Bay still fresh, the Dallas Cowboys must turn the page and look for ways to avoid this same dreaded feeling next January.
In Week 11 of the 2016 NFL season, the Baltimore Ravens came to AT&T stadium. The Dallas Cowboys beat the Baltimore Ravens for the first time in franchise history
The Dallas Cowboys came up short in the 2016 Playoffs, but not because they are a flawed team.
The presence of Tony Romo loomed over Cowboys Nation all season, as rookie sensation Dak Prescott continued to do the improbable.
In 2016, a 4th-round rookie QB named Dak Prescott led the Dallas Cowboys to a 13-3 record and a last-second loss in the divisional round of the Playoffs.