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Cowboys 2014 Schedule released and there are some kinks!

You ready to beat the Skins at Fed Ex in Week 17?


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Is Johnny Football dropping on the draft boards? All the way to 16?


Tony Romo returns to throw passes to Dez on his birthday

Romo and Company are back at the ranch for some football, read here.

The NFL CBA lays out the framework for offseason workouts, which can begin today and will eventually lead up to veteran minicamp in June. The first two weeks of the program are strictly for strength, conditioning and rehabilitation, and they fall under the title “Phase One” in the CBA.

Before anyone gets too excited for the return of football, Phase One features a fairly limited set of options for participants. Only the Cowboys’ strength and conditioning coaches are allowed to work with players for these first two weeks, and no helmets or footballs are allowed to be used. The one exception is that the team’s quarterbacks may throw with receivers, provided the receivers aren’t covered by anyone.

The mention of quarterbacks does raise one newsworthy item, however. Tony Romo was at Valley Ranch on Monday morning, and it was confirmed by club sources the Cowboys’ starting quarterback will be participating in team workouts.

Romo has been the subject of some speculation since he underwent surgery to repair a herniated disc in his back in January. At various points this spring, Cowboys executives and Romo himself have reiterated that he is expected to be available for the offseason program – and that is indeed the case.

Interestingly enough, Monday is also Romo’s 34th birthday – which seems like a fitting day to return from injury speculation. Romo missed a good deal of the team’s offseason program last spring after having surgery to remove a cyst from his back.

Very cool!


105.3 The Fan: The draft show with Broaddus, JC and KT – April 20

Great stuff today from the fellas…


Hatcher chose Redskins cause he believes more in RGIII than Romo


Michael Irvin was hoping Cowboys would sign CJ2K

Michael Irvin and a ton of Cowboys fans had the same thing in mind…


Cowboys travel to Georgia to check out Aaron Murray

The Cowboys are interested in Georgia QB Aaron Murray and his surgically repaired knee, read here.

Team officials are in Athens, Ga., on Wednesday looking at University of Georgia quarterback Aaron Murray. Among the officials in attendance is Cowboys’ quarterbacks coach Wade Wilson.

There is no expectation the Cowboys will draft Murray in the later rounds of next month’s draft, but the team is doing its due diligence, much like it did two years ago with Brandon Weeden.

When Weeden was entering the draft from Oklahoma State, Cowboys officials met with him and kept watch from afar. After Weeden was released by the Cleveland Browns this spring, the Cowboys jumped at the chance to sign him because they had done the research necessary to make a move.

I was hoping Murray would put together a great Senior season, but he had a few bad games and then was injured so now hes a big risk in the draft.


Fox Sports: NFL Draft 2014 Team Needs – Dallas Cowboys


Video: Dez Bryant holding the Championship Belt

Dallas native Charles Hatley is the WBC Super Welterweight Champion, Golden Gloves World Champion and a 2008 Olympic Alternate, read here 


Poll – Cowboys First Round Pick: Johhny or Def Linemen – Who ya got?