QB Mark Sanchez will join the Bears, sources say, giving the team a veteran backup for unproven starter Mike Glennon.
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In losing Brandon Carr to the Ravens in free agency, the Cowboys lose last season's leader in snaps by a defensive back. Barry Church, who signed with the Jaguars earlier this month, also ranked fourth.
Todd Archer ESPN Staff Writer
Backup quarterback Kellen Moore did not receive a signing bonus but he had $100,000 of his base salary guaranteed in his one-year deal with the Cowboys. Interestingly that is more guaranteed money than what Darren McFadden received ($80,000) in his one-year deal with the Cowboys.
Romo's release from the Cowboys appears inevitable, which presents an interesting situation for potential suitors like the Texans and Broncos
Cowboys CB Orlando Scandrick gives insight on Tomo Romo's situation in Dallas, Kaepernick's next move, why he chose Boise St. and comments on the NFL Draft process.
The Cowboys are not better now than they were in January, but they have plenty of time to improve before they play again in September.
There's little doubt about the athleticism of MIchigan safety Jabrill Peppers, but any team that drafts him will have to find creative ways to use him.
Rod Marinelli has a knack for getting the most out of his defense, but the Cowboys' "Miracle Man" will be put to the test this season.
Getting WR Terrance Williams back at an affordable price is good for the Cowboys, but they could have used that cash to keep some defensive parts.
With no downside to keeping Tony Romo and no upside to cutting him now, Dallas can hang on to the QB and see if an impatient team will offer a trade.
The hope was for the Cowboys to have Josh McCown and Kellen Moore behind Dak Prescott in 2017. But now they'll have to go to Plan B.
Jenna Laine ESPN Staff Writer
Source tells me Bucknell offensive tackle Julien Davenport is meeting with Bucs offensive line coach George Warhop tonight for dinner and has a private workout with him tomorrow. He's got upcoming private workouts with the 49ers, Cowboys and Giants and met with the Chargers before his pro day last week. He's 6-foot-7, has an 87.5 inch wingspan and is a former basketball player. Great footwork.
The Cowboys' loss of depth on the offensive line and in the secondary has piqued the interest of one rival league executive.
The Cowboys' success in 2017 depends not merely on their strong offensive line but also on where they are weak -- the defensive line.
Dallas native Damontre Moore, who has bounced around the NFL over the past four seasons, hopes he has finally found a home with the Cowboys.
The Cowboys re-signed quarterback Kellen Moore, who spent last season on injured reserve with a broken ankle, to a one-year deal.
Todd Archer ESPN Staff Writer
The Cowboys have agreed to a one-year deal with quarterback Kellen Moore. He spent last season on injured reserve with a broken ankle suffered in the first week of training camp. He entered camp last year as Tony Romo's backup but his injury and Romo's back injury opened he door for Dak Prescott to be the starter. The Cowboys had veteran Josh McCown in for a workout two weeks ago and could still sign him once they make a move on Romo.
Free-agent offensive line signee Jonathan Cooper can earn an extra $500,000 if he plays in 75 percent of the Cowboys' snaps next season.
Though Williams doesn't rank near the top of Dallas' list of offensive weapons, the organization's commitment to re-sign him was sound.
The Cowboys lost a lot of their defensive depth in free agency, but all three starting LBs return and secondary help will be a key in the draft.
Ezekiel Elliott entered the NFL with off-field question marks, and the Cowboys' prized running back has continued to show a lack of self-awareness.