A bad 2015 season gave the Dallas Cowboys a top-five pick in the 2016 NFL Draft, and here are five prospects they should target during the proceedings.
The Dallas Cowboys reportedly won't bring back defensive end Greg Hardy after he spent the 2015 season partying instead of working.
The Dallas Cowboys haven't appeared in a Super Bowl since January 28, 1996. Today marks the 20th anniversary of their drought and they can thank Jerry Jones for that.
The Dallas Cowboys have a lot of uncertainty at the cornerback and safety positions heading into 2016, but will likely end up as a good thing for America's Team.
According to a Sports Illustrated report, Washington Redskins quarterback Robert Griffin III wants to become a Dallas Cowboys if cut by the Redskins.
The Dallas Cowboys' lack of success in 2015 had to do with weak play-calling as much as anything else. Scott Linehan must correct that in 2016 for Tony Romo -- or any QB -- to have success.
The Dallas Cowboys were doomed this season when Tony Romo went down, but they can help their chances in 2016 by trading for one of these players.
After this disappointing season for the Dallas Cowboys without Tony Romo, it’s easy to get caught up in the “must draft a quarterback now” mindset, but that’s simply not wise.
With a last place finish looming, It can't get much worse for the Cowboys. It's impossible to find one spot they don't need to improve in; but here are five places to start.
It's time for the Dallas Cowboys to look towards the future, and it starts with seeing what they have in backup quarterback Kellen Moore.