Stephen Jones ‘absolutely’ wants to get a contract extension done with Dak Prescott
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by Chris Halling
4h ago
Photo by Perry Knotts/Getty Images The clock is ticking on a potential Dak Prescott extension Much of the talk around the first couple of months of the Dallas Cowboys offseason has revolved around QB Dak Prescott and whether or not he will receive a contract extension with the team. Prescott currently has one year left on his contract with the team. and as it currently stands, will have a $59.4 million cap hit in the 2024 season. However, the team can significantly lower the cap hit if they extend Prescott and spread out the money for more seasons. It had been previously speculated that the fr ..read more
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Cowboys to meet with pending free agent Tyron Smith ‘soon’ to keep him in Dallas in 2024
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by Chris Halling
4h ago
Photo by Perry Knotts/Getty Images Do you think Tyron will return for 2024? The Dallas Cowboys have many objectives to accomplish on their offseason agenda when it comes to contracts. Ideally, the team hopes to reach an extension with QB Dak Prescott, WR CeeDee Lamb, and LB Micah Parsons. By agreeing to extensions with these players it would not only be insuring more years in Dallas for their All-Pro players, it would also be providing more immediate cap relief in 2024. Not only do they hope to extend their star players, the team has several pending free agents. Most notably, their long-time s ..read more
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Stephen Jones talks about Tyler Smith and his future position on the Dallas Cowboys
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by Chris Halling
5h ago
Photo by Cooper Neill/Getty Images The Dallas Cowboys have a good problem with Tyler Smith The Dallas Cowboys have a good problem with left guard Tyler Smith. When Smith was drafted in the first round of the 2022 NFL draft, the Cowboys anticipated him eventually being the heir to Tyron Smith at the left tackle position. He spent all of training camp in his rookie year practicing at left guard in preparation for the season-opener against Tom Brady and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. However, when Tyron suffered an injury prior to week one, Tyler had to step in at the left tackle slot in his first pro ..read more
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Cowboys head coach Mike McCarthy will not attend NFL Scouting Combine
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by Mike Poland
5h ago
Photo by Richard Rodriguez/Getty Images Both Mike McCarthy and Mike Zimmer are staying in Dallas during the scouting combine, The Dallas Cowboys head coach and defensive coordinator reportedly will not attended this year’s NFL Scouting Combine. ESPN’s reporter on the Dallas Cowboys, Todd Archer, wrote that both Mike McCarthy and Mike Zimmer will stay in the confines of The Star as they put together the rest of the team’s staff and discuss scheme and strategy. McCarthy said the workload capacity and time efficiency made more sense for them to remain at The Star. “Zim and I will have a full wee ..read more
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5 observations from the Cowboys draft picks over the last 10 years
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by Dan Rogers
8h ago
Photo by Richard Rodriguez/Getty Images What can we learn from the last decade of Cowboys draft selections? The Dallas Cowboys are a good drafting team. And it’s a good thing too because we all know they aren’t very active in free agency. “Build through the draft” and “keep free agent expenses to a minimum” have been Stephen Jones’ modus operandi for years now. If your player personnel department is sharp and they can draft well, this is a great strategy to employ. After all, spending money on outside free agents is a house game that largely results in overspending. While the Cowboys approach ..read more
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Cowboys news: A mock draft with Dallas going heavy on offense
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by Sean Martin
10h ago
Mark J. Rebilas-USA TODAY Sports The latest Cowboys news on the week of the combine. Cowboys add fireworks on offense in 7-round 2024 mock draft - Randy Gurzi, The Landry Hat This would certainly give Mike McCarthy no excuses in the final year of his contract, and the second year calling the offense for the Cowboys. Round 1, Pick 24: Jackson Powers-Johnson, C, Oregon Before diving into the exciting picks, the Cowboys use their first-round selection on Oregon center Jackson Powers-Johnson. Adding an offensive lineman is never a splashy move but as we’ve seen with Tyron Smith, Zack Martin, and ..read more
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Cowboys draft 2024: WR Brian Thomas Jr. scouting report
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by Mike Poland
23h ago
Photo by Jonathan Bachman/Getty Images Here is our scouting report on wide receiver Brian Thomas Jr. from LSU We continue our 2024 NFL Draft review of draft prospects that could interest the Dallas Cowboys. Today we are looking at wide receiver Brian Thomas Jr. (LSU). Brian Thomas Jr WR LSU Tigers Junior 4-star recruit Height- 6’4” Weight- 205 lbs History: Brian Thomas Jr. was a four-star recruit out of high school according to 247 Sports. He was in high demand receiving 16 offers, with a lot of intrigue due to the fact Thomas was a two-sport standout who played basketball at a high level. He ..read more
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2024 NFL Draft: Positions of need and players Cowboys could target at No. 24
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by Brian_Martin
1d ago
Photo by Perry Knotts/Getty Images What positions and players should the Cowboys target at No. 24 in your opinion? The Dallas Cowboys currently hold the 24th overall pick in the first-round of the 2024 NFL Draft. Barring a trade between now and draft day, we can assume that's exactly where they will be using their first-round pick in approximately two months from now in April. Today, we thought we'd take a closer look at Dallas' current "roster needs" (OT, iOL, WR, DT, EDGE, LB, CB) and the players they could possibly be targeting at No. 24. For this exercise we will be using Dane Brugler's To ..read more
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Report: Cowboys not expected to place franchise tag on running back Tony Pollard
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by RJ Ochoa
1d ago
Bob Donnan-USA TODAY Sports The Cowboys appear set to let Tony Pollard hit free agency. It has been a minute since the Dallas Cowboys fully started over at the running back position, but we appear to be on the precipice of that. One year ago the Cowboys said goodbye to franchise legend Ezekiel Elliott but had Tony Pollard waiting in the wings to take over as the top carrier in the backfield. 2023 was a disappointing season for Pollard relative to expectation, but he was coming back from a massive injury and said he did not fully feel like himself until Week 11. Given that he played on the fran ..read more
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Cowboys can show they are 'all in' by pursuing CB Xavien Howard
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by MLenix84
1d ago
Sam Navarro-USA TODAY Sports Who wants to see the Cowboys look into Xavien Howard? The Dallas Cowboys have had a reputation when it comes to free agency for quite some time. Sure, they acquire guys like any other team, but they aren't usually on the frontline when it comes to making major moves. Instead, they prefer to come in after the initial wave and add low-cost options. Things are a little different these days, or so says team owner Jerry Jones. After retaining head coach Mike McCarthy despite another early exit in the playoffs, Jones says the team is 'all in' for the 2024 season. We'll ..read more
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