Dallas Cowboys

What about Mo Claiborne's 2016 option?
IRVING, Texas -- The Dallas Cowboys will exercise the fifth-year option on Tyron Smith's deal in the near future, paying him $10.39 million in 2015 if they cannot reach a long-term agreement before then.

Tony Romo among others ready to work out
Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo is expected to participate in the offseason program which starts Monday morning according to a source.Romo missed the final game of the 2013 season to undergo back surgery and is on target in his rehab program.

Cowboys Twitter mailbag, Part 1
IRVING, Texas -- Part 1 of the Dallas Cowboys' Twitter mailbag is ready.In it we discuss: What I would do with the 16th pick in the draft if I was the general manager.

Reviewing Cowboys' free agency: 2012
With free agency entering the final stages, we'll review the Cowboys' past five free-agency classes.We'll continue with 2012:Players signed: Mackenzy Bernadeau, Brandon Carr, Dan Connor, Nate Livings, Kyle Orton and Lawrence Vickers.

Analyzing Kiper Mock 4.0: Cowboys
IRVING, Texas -- So far Mel Kiper Jr. has followed the Dallas Cowboys' draft needs in his mock drafts.In his first two mocks, he offered up Alabama safety Ha Ha Clinton-Dix in the first round.

Reviewing the Cowboys' drafts: 2012
IRVING, Texas -- Day 4 of reviewing the Dallas Cowboys' past five drafts continues today with the Class of 2012.If you want our thoughts on the 2009-11 drafts, click here for 2009, here for 2010 and here for 2011.

Cowboys Twitter mailbag, Part 2
IRVING, Texas -- Part 2 of the Dallas Cowboys' Twitter mailbag is ready.In it we talk about the Cowboys' drafting injured players, Anthony Spencer's possible return, a position switch for Morris Claiborne and a Matt Johnson update.

Chat leftovers: Breaking down the big plays
IRVING, Texas -- Once again we had a ton of questions in Wednesday’s chat and I couldn’t get to them all, so let’s pull out some leftovers to answer right now.

Barr, Donald, Ward among draft visitors
IRVING, Texas -- The Dallas Cowboys have signed three defensive players in free agency, but that does not mean they have fixed the woes on that side of the ball in the offseason.

Dominik calls CB a 'hidden' Cowboys need
IRVING, Texas -- ESPN Insider Mark Dominik was the general manager of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers from 2009-13.He spent 19 years with the Buccaneers and his time coincided with Dallas Cowboys defensive coordinator Rod Marinelli and assistant head coach/defense Monte Kiffin.

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