Cowboys running back Joseph Randle may lose more money than he allegedly tried to save by shoplifting cologne and underwear.
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Tony Romo with three interceptions in loss to San Francisco
Extended Interview with Emmitt Smith from today's I-Bowl kickoff luncheon.
Tony Romo talks about his mindset heading into each rep
Football camps popped up all over the Arklatex this weekend. The local talent that’s gone on to bigger things has not forgot where they came from.
Former Grambling St. Tiger Jason Hatcher will reunite with Doug Williams in Washington
The Dallas Cowboys released wide receiver Miles Austin on Wednesday and designated it as a June 1 cut. Austin came to Dallas as an undrafted free agent following the 2006 NFL Draft and became one-of-three rookie free agents to make the active roster out of training camp.
Dallas, TX. (Courtesy Cowboys ) - The Dallas Cowboys have renegotiated kicker Dan Bailey’s contract, signing him through 2020. Bailey originally signed with Dallas as an unrestricted free agent out of Oklahoma State following the 2011 NFL Draft.
(Courtesy Cowboys) Dallas, TX - The Dallas Cowboys announced Mike Pope as the club’s tight end coach today. Pope comes to Dallas after spending the previous 14 years in the same capacity with the New York Giants.
Kyle Orton throws his second interception with under two minutes to play, ending Dallas' season without a playoff berth
Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo ruled out of Sunday's game against Philadelphia after having back surgery on Friday
Jon Kitna's on deck for another round with the Cowboys after sources report he will sign with Dallas
The Dallas Cowboys would not confirm, nor deny ESPN's Adam Schefter's report that Tony Romo will not play Sunday against the Eagles
Tony Romo's last minute touchdown pass keeps the Cowboys alive for the playoffs
Orlando Scandrick has gotten better and better each season he's been in Dallas. This season, he's made himself a vital part to the Boys defense.
Former Grambling Tiger Jason Hatcher collects two sacks in Cowboys win over Giants
New Orleans defense held Tony Romo to 128 yards passing, giving defensive coordinator Rob Ryan a redeeming win over his former team
DALLAS, TX - The Cowboys will look to take advantage of the Saints run defense Sunday. To do so, they'll need better production from their offensive line and tailback Demarco Murray.
DALLAS, TX - The Cowboys struggled on 3rd downs Sunday in Philadelphia. Enough so, that Jason Garrett made it a point to correct those issues and put his team in better situations to make those plays.
DALLAS, TX - The Cowboys have done well finding players to help fill the gaps left by a slue of star players. Dallas has won two straight and sits in first place in the NFC East.
After giving up over 1000 yards the past two weeks, the Cowboys defense will look to turn the tide on RG3 and the Redskins Sunday night on NBC6.
Despite losing a heartbreaker Sunday, the Cowboys will use the game as a way to improve with Washington scheduled next.
Shreveport native Morris Claiborne became the first player to intercept a Payton Manning pass in 2013, but Tony Romo's fourth quarter interception cost the Cowboys the win
The Cowboys have faced great quarterback before and undefeated teams for that matter, so Sunday will be no different. Dallas has been successful against Manning in the past, so they hope to continue that trend Sunday.
Morris Claiborne has several injuries this season. A knee and a shoulder injury has kept the second year corner from playing well. It's effected his confidence, but Head Coach Jason Garrett expects him to return to form with the Broncos up next.
Phillip Rivers and the Chargers gave the Cowboys defense all kinds of issues Sunday. It's the first time this season the defense struggled to stop an opposing offense. With Payton Manning and the Broncos coming to Arlington this week, the Boys won't have much time.
Phillip Rivers threw for 401 yards and three touchdowns in 30-21 win over Dallas
IRVING, TX - Anthony Spencer will need another surgery on his knee which means he'll miss the rest of the season. The Cowboys defensive end has been out since training camp after undergoing a minor surgery on the knee. The expected recovery time is 10 to 12 months.
IRVING, TX - Demarcus Ware become the Cowboys All-Time sack leader Sunday, passing the great Harvey Martin. Martin held the record for 30 years prior to Sunday.
Demarcus Ware becomes Cowboys all-time sack leader in win
IRVING, TX - The Cowboys offensive line has played better this season by protecting Tony Romo. Granted, the running game still has issues, but the pass protection has been good and that bodes well down the road.
IRVING, TX - The Cowboys again had their issues running the ball Sunday against the Chiefs. It's an issues that dates back to last season. The coaching staff has spent the past two days looking to correct the problem as they prepare for St. Louis.
IRVING, TX - The Cowboys offense had no problems getting to the red zone, it was issues inside the 20 that caused Dallas issues against the Chiefs.
Dallas takes their first loss of the season in Andy Reid's Arrowhead debut
Dallas defense forces six turnovers
Fmr. LSU star Tyrann Mathieu leads Arizona in tackles; Cowboys commit six turnovers
Shreveport native and LSU alum see's first game-action since being drafted in the first round by the Dallas Cowboys
DeMarco Murray Named NFC Offensive Rookie of the Month
ARLINGTON, Texas -- Facing the best team they'll see for a month, Tony Romo and the Cowboys looked pretty good themselves.
Rookie kicker Dan Bailey was true on all six of his field goal attempts, including a 40-yarder to give the Cowboys the lead, 18-16, with 1:47 remaining, to establish a club rookie single-game record for field goals made.
The Dallas Cowboys made the following roster moves today to reach the NFL mandated 53-man roster.
ARLINGTON, Texas -- Twenty eight years after his retirement, Drew Pearson is finally a Cowboys Ring of Honor member.
ARLINGTON, Texas -- Tim Tebow showed off his fancy moves on a wild play that didn't even count.
A former GSU running back is picked up by the Dallas Cowboys.
The Cowboys made plenty of moves within the past 48 hours. Trimming the roster and adding undrafted free agents. More moves are expected in the next few days.
According to sources in Dallas, the Cowboys have told Roy Williams he is no longer on the team. Jerry Jones has decided to cut the wideout after a less then stellar stop in Big D. Williams wasn't the only one sent packing.
MSNBC is reporting that NFL Players Association executive board and 32 team representatives have approved unanimously the terms of a deal with team owners that will end the 4 1/2 month lockout.
Terms of the deal have not been made public at this time.
Stay with NBC 6 Sports and arklatexhomepage.com for details as the story unfolds.
IRVING, Texas - Never say never. The Cowboys have broken from their 30 year streak of avoiding offensive linemen in the first round of the NFL Draft by selecting Southern Cal tackle Tyron Smith at pick No. 9 overall.