Cowboys Decide Not To Pick Up Morris Claiborne's Fifth-Year Option
During the buildup to the draft, Cowboys owner/general manager Jerry Jones and coach Jason Garrett have been sure to point out Claiborne's work in rehabilitating his injured knee. Claiborne isn't likely to be healthy for any of the offseason program or ...
Dallas Cowboys draft wrap-up
IRVING, Texas -- A wrap-up of the Dallas Cowboys' draft. Best move: In Randy Gregory, the Cowboys have the best pass-rusher available in the draft. In two years at Nebraska, he had 17.5 sacks. There are on- and off-field concerns with this pick, but ...
Dallas Cowboys Rumors: Darren McFadden Starter After Adrian Peterson Not ...
Sports World Report
After losing leading NFL rusher DeMarco Murray to the Philadelphia Eagles, the Cowboys were expected to draft a top-tier back early in the NFL Draft. Instead, the Cowboys signed Darren McFadden and are putting their full faith in the former Oakland ...
Carr Getting Ready for 2015 Season Despite Contract Speculation
... $12.7 million salary cap figure for 2015. The Cowboys have not confirmed that they'll make such a request, and Carr also politely declined to discuss his contract Sunday night. But he did reiterate he loves playing in Dallas. “I love playing ...
Former Bill Alex Carrington back in Buffalo for free-agent visit
A familiar face is back in town, as the Bills are host DT Alex Carrington for a free agent visit on Monday. Carrington was drafted by the Bills in the third round (72nd overall) of the 2010 draft. He played three seasons in Buffalo, earning time in the ...
Kiper says Bills needed to draft QB
Bills Blitz - The Buffalo News
ESPN's Mel Kiper Jr. dished out his draft grades Sunday, and the final mark for the Buffalo Bills wasn't pretty. Kiper gave the Bills a C-, the lowest grade of any of the 32 teams in the NFL. “It wasn't an awful grade,” Kiper explained on a national ...
Buffalo Bills Rumors: Tyrod Taylor Making Strong Push To Be Starting Quarterback
The Buffalo Bills have undergone a major overhaul this offseason, bringing in some big name stars for what the team hopes will be a playoff push, but rumors indicate that it could be a lesser-known name that emerges as the season's most important player.
Karlos Williams, special teams ace, now a Buffallo Bill
With their fifth round selection, the Bills added a player who can become an instant contributor. While he is unlikely to immediately factor into the backfield situation, Bills Director of Player Personnel Jim Monos is excited about his potential at ...