• What's next for Cowboys, Dez Bryant?

    IRVING, Texas -- Now that the Dallas Cowboys have placed the franchise tag on Dez Bryant, what’s next? One of Bryant’s agents, Tom Condon, laid out several scenarios without offering up which direction they will go while speaking on SiriusXM NFL Radio on Monday. Unless Bryant signs the tender, which is worth $12.823 million, then he does not have to show up to anything. While extremely unlikely it is possible Bryant could skip the first 10 games of the season, play the final six and still get an accrued season to his credit.

  • Do Cowboys have replacements ready?

    IRVING, Texas -- Last week ESPN Insider Field Yates offered up a view at how the San Francisco 49ers, Denver Broncos, Cincinnati Bengals, Indianapolis Colts and Baltimore Ravens have some in-house replacements for their top free agents. On a local view, how would the Dallas Cowboys replace some of their free agents should they sign elsewhere? One player the Cowboys won’t have to worry about replacing is Dez Bryant once they place the franchise tag on the All-Pro wide receiver today.

  • Cowboys' free-agent needs: Quarterback

    With free agency starting March 10, it is time to break down the Dallas Cowboys' needs and wants. Teams can start talking with players on Saturday. Quarterback What they have: Tony Romo ($17 million base salary), Brandon Weeden ($660,000), Dustin Vaughan ($510,000). The position: Until 2014, the Cowboys have used a high-priced veteran as Romo’s backup from Brad Johnson to Jon Kitna to Kyle Orton. In 2012, the Cowboys gave Orton a $5 million signing bonus.

  • DeMarco Murray saga looking a lot like DeMarcus Ware saga

    IRVING, Texas -- When the Dallas Cowboys decided to release DeMarcus Ware last year, they left the negotiations on a new deal open with their all-time leader in sacks as he hit the market without ever making an offer. They did not want to submit something Ware would sniff at and feel insulted. A day later, Ware signed a three-year deal with the Denver Broncos that guaranteed him $20 million, which was a figure the Cowboys never would have come close to matching.



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