The 2019 Cowboys team will have a lot of new faces next season.
FRISCO – The Dallas Cowboys have developed a “pay-our-own” philosophy when it comes to free agency and the salary cap, and COO Stephen Jones says the club continue with that philosophy this spring. But in tracking the status of coveted free-agent safety Earl Thomas? Well, maybe his status as a Texas native makes him close enough to “one of our own”?
If you were with us here at The Athletic last offseason, you know I undertake plenty of projects that are not possible during the year, spreading them out during the offseason to satisfy your Cowboys fix
Should the Cowboys pursue a veteran backup quarterback in free agency? In addition to solidifying the position (Cooper Rush and Mike White are the current backups) would another veteran voice benefit Dak Prescott now that the offense has been handed over to 30-year-old Kellen Moore?
I understand that many will look over this list expecting to see “Get a new head coach” or “Have Jerry Jones sell the team.” Neither of those options are realistic, especially over the next year.
10-6 was a quality regular season, but doing it again could be problematic for the Cowboys
The Pro Bowl was yesterday, and the Cowboys coaching staff was in charge of the NFC squad. Despite some creativity, the NFC offense struggled to put up points in the exhibition game.
3 things to know about new QB coach Jon Kitna, including his familiarity with the Cowboys’ organization
The Cowboys are adding an experienced veteran to their quarterback room. Former Cowboy Jon Kitna has agreed to join the staff as quarterbacks coach, according to a SportsDay source.