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Majority of Dallas Cowboys creating training-camp 'bubble'?

Earlier this month, ESPN's Mike Triplett described how the Saints rented a hotel in downtown New Orleans for a bubble-like environment.

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Giants' Jason Garrett 'proud' of what he helped build with Cowboys

New York Giants offensive coordinator Jason Garrett joined Big Blue this past January after he served as head coach of the division-rival Dallas Cowboys from November 2010 through the end of the 2019 campaign and the expiration of his contract.

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Cowboys players forming their own training-camp bubble?

Things such as this will increase the chances of the NFL season starting on time and concluding without incident.

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Sources: Some Cowboys creating camp bubble

A large number of Dallas Cowboys are forming their own virtual training camp bubble before on-field practices start Friday, league sources told ESPN.

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Report: “Large number” of Dallas Cowboys players creating bubble-like environment at The Star

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The Cowboys players are doing some forward thinking in the face of the pandemic.

To say that we are living in unprecedented times is perhaps an understatement given the world as we know it amid Covid-19. Everything we have ever known has been dramatically impacted.

There are bigger things in life than football, of course, but on Tuesday the sport we all know and love was altered greatly when the Big Ten and Pac-12...

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Michael Irvin likens Cowboys drafting CeeDee Lamb to Warriors signing Kevin Durant

It was announced on Tuesday that Deion Sanders has parted ways with NFL Network, which essentially meant that one of his former colleagues needed to step up and deliver a hot take in his absence.

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Jason Garrett thanked the Dallas Cowboys during his first media session with the New York Giants

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The former Cowboys head coach spoke to the media for the first time since joining the Giants.

The last football game that the Dallas Cowboys played feels like forever ago. It was actually the final time that the Washington Football Team played a game under their old nickname. Not only was Washington’s last game under their old nickname a 47-16 loss to the Cowboys, it was possibly the last game where Jason Garrett served as a head coach in the...

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Michael Irvin: Cowboys drafting CeeDee Lamb is like the Warriors adding Kevin Durant

If Dallas is going to retake the NFC East title from the Philadelphia Eagles, it will need Lamb to become an immediate contributor.

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Cowboys use first-round pick to add another weapon to the offense in latest mock draft

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Looking at an early mock draft prediction for Dallas.

When looking at the Dallas Cowboys offense, it is difficult to point out a specific weakness. If forced to single out one spot, though, tight end would receive the largest sum of votes out of all the skill positions, despite the growing hype for third-year pass catcher Blake Jarwin out of Oklahoma State University.

The Cowboys have spent premium resources to improve the team’s weapons at the skill...

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Michael Irvin had QUITE the comparison for the Dallas Cowboys adding CeeDee Lamb

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The Playmaker with some bold words.

There is no shortage of excitement for the 2020 Dallas Cowboys offense. Everywhere you look there are people hyped to see how Kellen Moore is going to make things work in his second year as offensive coordinator, his first under new head coach Mike McCarthy.

The Cowboys were very successful offensively last year, metrics like Football Outsiders’ DVOA loved them. It is certainly tantalizing to consider what the group...

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NFL.com analyst is buying the Cowboys offense, big time - #Team40Burger?

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All eyes on the Cowboys offense this year.

The 2019 Dallas Cowboys did one thing very well, and that was rack up yards on offense. They led the league in overall yards and were second in passing yards. Dak Prescott set a career high with his passing yards, and both Amari Cooper and Michael Gallup had over 1,000 yards receiving. Sure, they could have been a little more efficient turning those yards into points, but they were a juggernaut on offense...

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Cowboys news: What’s next for Dak Prescott and his agent; Jaylon Smith changing positions

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Step right up and get your Tuesday Cowboys news.

What France/CAA Agent Change Means To Dak & Cowboys - Mike Fisher, Cowboys Maven

This won’t have a big impact on contract negotiations for the Cowboys.

Last week, as first reported here, CAA and France - Prescott’s agent - “mutually agreed to part ways.” Some in Cowboys Nation in particular wonder if the breakup is the result of France’s inability to team with the Cowboys to negotiate a new...

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Jason Witten says there were talks about him returning to the Dallas Cowboys in 2020

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A return to Dallas for Witten might have been controversial among the fans.

It feels like it’s been forever since it was originally announced that the Oakland Raiders would become the Las Vegas Raiders. The Raiders have migrated to Sin City and they’ve done so with a handful of former Dallas Cowboys. Rich Bissacia is over there, Ryan Switzer was for a hot minute, and now Jeff Heath, Maliek Collins, and a certain somebody else have all also...

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Cowboys WR Amari Cooper lands inside of Pro Football Focus’ top ten wide receivers

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Amari Cooper is a top 10 WR according to PFF.

Another week, another offseason list that ranks out some of the best players at their respective positions. This week, PFF took a dive into the NFL’s best wide receivers to provide us with their ranking of the top 25 wide receivers heading into 2020. The Cowboys had one of their big receivers make the list and he ended up falling just inside the top 10.

Amari Cooper lands at number nine on PFF’s rankings....

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Cowboys tabbed as one of the teams most likely to improve their record in 2020

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The Cowboys record of 8-8 in 2019 was on the low-end of expectations. 2020 should be better.

What went wrong for the Dallas Cowboys in 2020? How did such a talented roster that led the league in offensive yards and was in the top of many categories end up 8-8 and missing the playoffs? It’s really hard to pin down all the underlying factors to come up with an adequate answer to that question. Play-calling, player performance, luck, game strategy, clock...

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Cowboys roster tiers: A lot of players are in, a few are out, and some are in between

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Here’s yet another angle on projecting the Dallas roster.

Roster projection is a fun puzzle for us. The Dallas Cowboys are still working toward their first non-contact practices, but we can still make some solid judgments about a lot of the positions on the regular season roster. We just took a look at how the team might allocate the 53 available spots between the different positions. Now it’s time to come at things from a different angle.

We already...

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How a couple roster battles could result in the two Connors starting for the Cowboys

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There are some interesting roster battles in camp, but the candidates for each spot might not be who you think.

The Dallas Cowboys have a great offensive line filled with two All-Pro’s in Zack Martin and Tyron Smith, as well as a soon-to-be breakout player in La’el Collins. That’s three-fifths of the line all figured out, leaving two starting spots up for grabs.

With the retirement of Travis Frederick, the starting center job is once...

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Cowboys news: Setting expectations for the 2020 season

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The latest Cowboys news and notes.

What constitutes a successful 2020 NFL season for each NFC East team? - ESPN

Is making the playoffs good enough for the Cowboys?

Simple — get to the playoffs. There have been previous Cowboys’ seasons that have had “Super Bowl or bust” feelings to them, but considering coach Mike McCarthy did not have a traditional offseason to fully implement his program, the expectations should be dialed back. McCarthy’s...

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Should Cowboys fans consider just a return to the playoffs as a successful season?

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Calculating the level of success needed to consider the Cowboys 2020 season a real success.

As training camp 2020 limps along, there seems to be a growing optimism that we will have football in the fall. As with all things pandemic-related, this could change at any time. Players have yet to put on the pads and get into contact, an activity that will blow through some of the social-distancing guidelines and represents the next big hurdle. Still, it looks...

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Cowboys roster move: Jon’vea Johnson and Saivion Smith officially activated from the Covid-19 list

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The roster churn continues.

Normally at this time of year the Dallas Cowboys, like every other NFL team, would have 90 players on their roster as they are in the middle of training camp. That is not the case here in 2020.

In order to comply with Covid-19 protocols the NFL has had teams operate with 80 players. As far as roster distinctions are concerned there is a Covid-19/reserve list that is specifically intended for players that...

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