In the midst of his NFL career, Cole Beasley is thinking about his future after football and involves his passion for music. Instead of waiting until he retires, the Dallas Cowboys wide receiver is launching a rap career right now. It’s actually a smart move, considering he plays for the most polarizing team in the […]
Dallas Cowboys WR Cole Beasley... can rap. The 28-year-old slot receiver just dropped the first single from his new album. It's called "80 Stings" and Cole hits on everything from Dak Prescott's throwing ability to his professional...
Jerry Van Dyke, the comic actor and younger brother of Dick Van Dyke who was featured in several TV series including “Coach” and “My Mother the Car, died Friday at his ranch in Arkansas. He was 86. Van Dyke’s wife, Shirley Ann Jones, told The Times on Saturday that her husband had been convalescing...
The Cowboys have begun the coaching staff turnover owner Jerry Jones promised. According to Mac Engel of the Fort Worth Star-Telegram, the Cowboys have fired quarterbacks coach Wade Wilson and secondary coach Joe Baker. Wilson, a longtime NFL quarterback who finished his playing career with the Cowboys, had been in his current role since 2007. [more]
Dez Bryant is among Dallas' highest paid players but he's not interested in a pay cut
Cowboys owner Jerry Jones didn’t want to talk about the future of wide receiver Dez Bryant, since the numbers on the payroll ledger don’t seem to add up. But he did acknowledge that they needed more from Bryant on the field, because the numbers on the stat sheet definitely aren’t adding up. During his weekly [more]
Cowboys owner Jerry Jones promised changes are coming to the coaching staff, and coach Jason Garrett provided the first name Tuesday. Tight ends coach Steve Loney will retire, Garrett said at his season-ending press conference. Otherwise, Garrett said he hasn’t “made any decisions about our coaches,” via Jon Machota of the Dallas Morning News. Loney [more]
The Cowboys owner believes his quarterback will bounce back in 2018.
The Cowboys won a meaningless game on Sunday, allowing them to finish the year at 9-7 instead of 8-8. The cost? A drop from No. 16 to No. 19 in the first round of the draft. For owner Jerry Jones, it was worth it. “It’s important,” Jones said during a Tuesday appearance on 105.3 The [more]
Cowboys owner Jerry Jones made it clear he wasn’t interested in a new head coach. But he’s going to get rid of some assistants to shuffle the deck a bit. Via Clarence Hill of the Fort Worth Star-Tribune, Jones said during his weekly appearance on 105.3 The Fan that there would be changes on the coaching [more]
“There are times when certain things are happening in this world and I truly couldn’t care less about Jerry Jones’s fight with Roger Goodell.”
The saying goes, "Everything is bigger in Texas."
Cowboys owner Jerry Jones says coach Jason Garrett will return for an eighth full season after Dallas missed the playoffs in a year marred by the six-game suspension of star running back Ezekiel Elliott
As the NFL season wraps up, several coaching changes could be made in the upcoming weeks. It appears that the Dallas Cowboys will not be one of those teams.
The Cowboys' coach will be back for an eighth season in 2018
Jerry Jones may have experienced a frustrating season as he watched his star running back serve a six-game suspension, battled his fellow owners and saw the Cowboys eliminated from playoff contention with one game left in the regular season, but he says he isn’t going to take it out on Coach Jason Garrett. “Just so […]
Plenty of Cowboys fans may want a new coach, but the guy who signs the checks is the only one with a vote. And his vote is to stay the course with Jason Garrett. “His job is not an issue here at all,” Jones said Tuesday on 105.3 The Fan in Dallas, via Jon Machota [more]
Cowboys owner Jerry Jones questioned the play-calling in the fourth quarter with the Cowboys on the goal line. He wasn’t alone. Ezekiel Elliott never got a carry after the Cowboys reached the Seattle 3 with 7:54 remaining and Dallas down by two scores. “On hindsight, I wish, we all wish, that we’d tried Zeke in [more]
The Cowboys haven’t gone to the playoffs in back-to-back seasons since 2006-07. That was Bill Parcells’ last season coaching the Cowboys and Wade Phillips’ first season coaching the Cowboys. In seven full-time seasons under Jason Garrett, the Cowboys have two playoff seasons, advancing in 2014 and ’16. Yet, owner Jerry Jones gave Garrett, whose contract [more]
Meet John Stephen Jones.