April 13 (UPI) — The Dallas Cowboys have released wide receiver Dez Bryant.
April 13 (UPI) — The Dallas Cowboys have released wide receiver Dez Bryant.
Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones was the latest to be deposed in national anthem protester Colin Kaepernick’s grievance case filed against the NFL, sources say.
March 28 (UPI) — Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Allen Hurns is changing his number to 17 to honor the victims of the recent shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School.
NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell is set to fine Cowboys Owner Jerry Jones to the tune of “millions,” for trying to derail Goodell’s contract extension, a report says.
DALLAS — Cowboys owner Jerry Jones says coach Jason Garrett will return for an eighth full season after Dallas missed the playoffs in a year marred by the six-game suspension of star running back Ezekiel Elliott.
ESPN host Jemele Hill is expressing shock that she was suspended over her tweets attacking NFL team and ESPN business partner Dallas Cowboys, because she feels her liberal activism was “benign.”
The team sport thing clearly didn’t work for former NFL player Greg Hardy. His issues with violence against women are well-documented as well.
The Week 13 edition of Thursday Night Football match-up between the Redskins and the Cowboys, featured two division rivals with matching records and slim, but palpable playoff aspirations.
President Donald Trump continued his criticism of NFL commissioner Roger Goodell, pointing out another player who refused to stand during the national anthem.
ARLINGTON, Texas (AP) — Philip Rivers and the Los Angeles Chargers are on the move. Dak Prescott and the Dallas Cowboys are fading fast.
The clock is ticking and Jerry Jones is running out of options, but the Cowboys owner has one more card to play in his quest to delay/derail Roger Goodell’s contract extension.
Nov. 20 (UPI) — Longtime New England Patriots wide receiver Terry Glenn died in a car accident Monday morning. He was 43-years-old.
Per Star-Telegram, a group of around 300 protesters took a knee Sunday outside AT&T Stadium, home of the Dallas Cowboys, to protest racial injustice in the United States. A group called the Coalition for Justice, led by pastor Dr. Frederick Douglass
While Dallas owner Jerry Jones fights his co-owners and Roger Goodell off the field, his Cowboys have a huge battle on the field against division rival Philadelphia.
If it seems like the NFL and Cowboys Owner Jerry Jones are waging a war with each other through leaked stories and press releases, that’s because they are.
On Monday, we brought you a story from the New York Times, saying that Cowboys Owner Jerry Jones had received a cease-and-desist letter from the NFL’s Compensation Committee.
Contract negotiations are always dicey when business is not going well. After all, what does a business leader have the right to ask for, when he’s essentially failing at his job?
Papa John’s CEO John Schnatter made waves this week, becoming the first major sponsor of the NFL to publicly blast Commissioner Goodell for his handling of NFL player protests.
Houston Texans Owner Bob McNair raised eyebrows at an NFL meeting earlier this month, with an analogy he made slam about anthem-protesting players, saying that we “can’t have the inmates running the prison.” McNair has since apologized for the remark.
As the National Football League’s 2017 Week 7 wound down, Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones was once again speaking out about the now pervasive protests against the country staged by players during the playing of the national anthem with Jones insisting that the league is suffering “negative” consequences over the continuing protests.
If anthem protests counted as wins, the 49ers would have ranked as one of the best football teams in the NFL on Sunday. Instead, the winless 49ers will have to settle for merely being good at anthem protesting.
Cowboys Owner Jerry Jones found himself embroiled in the NFL’s anthem controversy when he said that his players would either respect the anthem, or not play. However, as it turns out, that’s not the first time Jones has found himself mired in an anthem controversy.
FRISCO, Texas (AP) — A federal appeals court cleared the way Thursday for the NFL to impose a six-game suspension on Dallas Cowboys star Ezekiel Elliott over domestic violence allegations, siding with the league in the latest high-profile fight over its ability to punish players for off-field behavior.
It’s hard to keep things a secret, in today’s NFL. It’s even harder if you work for Jerry Jones, an owner who likes to be seen in the mix of all things important. Therefore, one assumed it wouldn’t be too long before reports of what was said at the Cowboys’ closed-door anthem discussion came to light. And, as expected, it didn’t take long at all.
No one knows what was said when Cowboys Owner Jerry Jones met with his team on Wednesday to discuss his statement that Cowboys players would respect the flag, or not play. However, given that the song “F*ck Donald Trump” could be heard as the media entered the locker room, it’s safe to say tensions remain somewhat high.
The comments by Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones that his players better stand for the national anthem or risk being benched are still reverberating. Now the American Civil Liberties Union is charging that the NFL owner would be violating his players’ civil rights by forcing them to stand.
Monday on ESPN’s “Pardon the Interruption,” co-host Mike Wilbon likened Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones to a slave owner because he said Cowboys players will either stand for the national anthem or not play. “[T]he word that comes to my
Following through with a bet is a great and noble gesture, which reveals a person’s true sense of character and integrity. However, people can take things a bit too far.
President Donald Trump praised Cowboys owner Jerry Jones for telling players that he will bench them if they don’t stand for the national anthem, but Jones may be setting the stage for a lawsuit between players and the league.
President Donald Trump ridiculed ESPN host Jemele Hill after she was suspended from the cable sports network for her comments on Twitter.
Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones seems to be fed up with the disrespectful national anthem protests infesting the NFL. Jones basically told his players that if they don’t stand for the anthem, then the team won’t play. But, now the NFL player’s union is countering Jones’ comment and insisting that anthem protests are “conscientious” and “respectful.”
Goodbye interlocked arms, farewell raised fists, and see you later bended knee. The Dallas Cowboys will have no further use for those things because, starting Sunday, the Cowboys will simply stand during the anthem for the rest of the season.
President Donald Trump revealed that he had spoken with Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones about NFL player protests during the National Anthem.
ESPN star host Scott Van Pelt says he cannot understand why fans are angry that the Dallas Cowboys brought politics into sports when they kneeled as the U.S. flag was being transported onto the field and just before the national anthem was played.
Fox Sports 1’s Jason Whitlock said he was “completely shocked” when he saw Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones kneel alongside the players before the national anthem played on Monday Night Football. The team and Jones then all stood for the
President Donald Trump offered a simple solution to the NFL in reaction to the player protesters taking a knee during the National Anthem: ban it.
President Donald Trump signaled a small victory over the NFL after the Dallas Cowboys stood for the National Anthem at the beginning of their Monday night football game.
Following a weekend full of NFL players refusing to stand for our National Anthem, the NRA released an ad making clear they will not take a knee after so many American heroes “charged into battle through bombs and bullets.”
GLENDALE, Ariz. (AP) — Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones has been a staunch supporter of President Donald Trump, so the speculation was that he would not allow his players to kneel during the national anthem.
If last Sunday’s performance against the Broncos is Ezekiel Elliott’s last game for a while, that’s going to be a very long, lingering, bad taste in the mouth of Cowboys fans. Why might it be the last game Elliott plays for a while? It might, because the U.S. Fifth Circuit could still overturn the injunction blocking Elliott’s suspension.
The Dallas Cowboys once again came out on top of the annual Forbes list of most valuable NFL franchises, Monday.
The NFL has upheld Ezekiel Elliott’s six-game suspension, according to ESPN’s Chris Mortensen. However, due to the timing of the decision, Elliott will be able to play in the season opener against the New York Giants.
Tuesday on Fox Sports 1’s “Undisputed,” co-host and Dallas Cowboys superfan Skip Bayless weighed in on Cowboys running back Ezekiel Elliott appeal hearing regarding his six-game suspension for domestic violence. Bayless said he believes Elliott will be eligible week one
For months, Cowboys Owner Jerry Jones claimed that the NFL had “no evidence” that his star running back Ezekiel Elliott was guilty of domestic violence. Well, in light of some recent revelations, it appears that Jones might have been right. It also appears that the NFL didn’t really seem to care.
Aug. 30 (UPI) — Proceeds from ticket sales will still be donated to hurricane victims, but Thursday’s game between the Houston Texans and Dallas Cowboys has been canceled.