The Cowboys are hoping rookie CeeDee Lamb can follow in the footsteps of other star receivers to have worn No. 88 in Dallas -- Drew Pearson, Michael Irvin and Dez Bryant.
In a radio interview Tuesday, Cowboys executive VP Stephen Jones said Dak Prescott and Ezekiel Elliott are "aware now of how sensitive these situations are," in reference to reports of Prescott's weekend gathering at his house amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
The man who set the world record in the broad jump at the Scouting Combine has leaped past the top of the cornerback market.
Amari Cooper said two weeks ago he wanted to be a “Cowboy for life.” And that can happen now after agreeing to terms on a $100 million contact.
There's a chance the Dallas quarterback will not show up for the offseason program, but is that the best move?
Have the Cowboys backed themselves into a corner with Dak Prescott? How will Derrick Henry respond?
Some players don’t think the Pro Bowl is worth their time. Cowboys linebacker Jaylon Smith is not one of those players.
Success is expected when you are the head coach of the Cowboys, so what steps does McCarthy need to take?
Shuffle. Step. Explode. Repeat. The Cowboys QB, who has been going through this same routine for two years now, explains the benefits behind the moves.
Ezekiel Elliott signed a six-year, $90 million contract extension with the Dallas Cowboys that will make him the highest-paid running back in the NFL, according to Ian Rapoport and Jane Slater.
Cowboys sign LB Jaylon Smith to five-year contract extension
An in-depth look at the NFC East division as the Philadelphia Eagles, New York Giants, Dallas Cowboys and Washington Redskins close out their offseason programs.
When deciding roster spots in late August, veteran contracts will be a consideration in key backup battles for the Dallas Cowboys.
Kellen Moore has called plays in one game: the Pro Bowl. The former QB is using this offseason to hone the skill as the Cowboys' new O-coordinator.
With the hiring of Kellen Moore to replace Scott Linehan the Dallas Cowboys are moving their offense in a different direction. Can Kellen change Jason too?
A month ago, it was a no-brainer for the Dallas Cowboys. DeMarcus Lawrence was the spine of the defense, an undeniable “program guy” with two seasons of top level pass-rush production and a desire to spend his prime years playing for the only franchise he has ever known. All that stood in the way was ownership surrendering a unicorn contract on its best defensive player before March 5.
Jason Witten, who retired after the 2017 season and served as an analyst for ESPN's Monday Night Football, is returning for a 16th season with the Cowboys, the team announced.
The Cowboys will have a new offensive play-caller in 2019. Dallas announced Friday they have parted ways with offensive coordinator Scott Linehan after finishing 22nd in total yards and scoring in 2018.
A big upset in Big D! The Dallas Cowboys (7-5) snapped the New Orleans Saints' (10-2) 10-game winning streak in a low-scoring shocker, 13-10, at AT&T Stadium to kick off Week 13.
The Eagles were supposed to roll. They opened as 6.5-point favorites and all eight CBSSports.com experts picked them to beat the Cowboys on Sunday night. Turns out, Dallas had different ideas and held on for a 27-20 victory to move to 4-5. Not only are they catapulted right back into the divisional race, but Philly remains winless in consecutive weeks and falls to 4-5. It's hard to imagine that six days ago the Cowboys were thoroughly and utterly embarrassed at home by the Titans and looked every bit the outfit destined for a top-10 pick in the draft -- well, if they hadn't traded it to Oakland for Amari Cooper. Now they remain two games back of the Redskins -- just like the Eagles -- though these two teams appear to be going in different directions.