Scout's Notebook: What To Expect During The Final Week Of Preseason
FRISCO, Texas – Sunday afternoon marked the beginning of the final week of practices during this year's training camp. True, it doesn't feel like the Cowboys have been in training camp for the last week since they moved into their new facility – but ...
What are the Cowboys going to do with Darren McFadden?
Fort Worth Star Telegram (blog)
Running back Darren McFadden remains hopeful that he'll be ready for the Dallas Cowboys' regular season opener against the New York Giants on Sept. 11. That is a much better scenario than starting the season on the non-football injury list, which would ...
Cowboys' Elliott: Learning to handle the spotlight
FRISCO, Texas -- Running back Ezekiel Elliott said he's learning to handle the scrutiny that comes with playing for the Dallas Cowboys. A few hours before the Cowboys played Seattle last Thursday, Elliott visited a store that sold marijuana. It's legal ...
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Juggernaut Index, No. 9: The Dallas Cowboys
And now it sees we can't wait for Dallas to launch the Dak Prescott era. Romo, as everyone knows, suffered a compression fracture in his back during the Cowboys' third preseason game, and he's expected to be sidelined until perhaps mid-season.
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Practice Notes: Goodwin and Jones return
“Yeah I had to kind of still shake some rust off,” Jones told Buffalobills.com. “Just really going through the motions. It kind of sucked because I had a couple of deep ball opportunities that I wasn't allowed to throw. Just going through the motions ...
Buffalo Bills fantasy football primer
Fantasy football draft season is upon us, for better or worse. With networks like ESPN devoting hours to players' value in the fake game, not the real game, the information overload can become a bit much by the time the actual season begins. All too ...
Buffalo Bills' first-unit defense among most impressive to MMQB's Peter King
Evaluating talent and depth is most important during the preseason, and through three preseason games, Buffalo's first-unit defense has looked much improved. The first-unit defense has looked so good that Peter King of The MMQB listed the Bills defense ...
NFL cuts tracker: Who could draw interest from Bills?
He's 6'3” and likely somewhere in the 330-345 range, so he's undoubtedly fill Buffalo's need for a true nose tackle. Pro Football Focus wrote this about him in a pre-free agency article that suggested Washington re-sign him in 2016: “While Knighton ...