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Dak Prescott pledges $1M to improve police training, address systematic racism

While Prescott noted he respects the police, he wants to see some changes and will stand by them in the reform process. 

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The 'Dallas Cowboys with 1,000 receiving yards in a season' quiz

How many Dallas Cowboys players who have had at least 1,000 receiving yards in a season can you name in five minutes?

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Prescott pledges $1M for police training, reform

Cowboys quarterback Dak Prescott has pledged $1 million "to improve police training and address systematic racism through education and advocacy in our country."

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Dak Prescott pledging $1M to improve police training in America’s fight against systemic racism

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A big statement from Dak Prescott.

You are likely aware that protests are happening all throughout the United States of America in opposition to systemic racism and police brutality in the wake of the death of George Floyd.

There have been countless athletes and public figures who have participated in these protests as well, and some have also taken to social media to share their thoughts. Many have also turned to funding various...

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Cowboys' Dak Prescott Pledges $1M to Address Racism, Improve Police Training

Dallas Cowboys quarterback Dak Prescott has pledged to donate $1 million to help address systemic racism and improve training for police officers throughout the country...

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Cowboys cap complications: How the unexpected is muddying the Dak Prescott negotiations

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The NFL and NFLPA have to work out salary cap contingencies. Those could directly impact Dallas and their quarterback.

We are weary of the endless reports on the contract stalemate between the Dallas Cowboys and franchise quarterback Dak Prescott. Rest assured, this is not another breakdown of rumors about offers and demands, or one more opinion on what should be done by whom to get things moving. This is about...

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Three Dallas Cowboys undrafted free agents with the best chances to make the 55-man roster

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Keep your eye on these three UDFAs when making your Cowboys roster predictions.

Building a competitive roster is a year-round process. The most common ways to find productive players that can elevate a playoff contender into a championship contender are often through trade, free agency, or the early rounds of the draft.

Dallas made a move to acquire Amari Cooper through a trade during the 2018 season, and that move helped propel the...

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Cowboys' defense has new look and new faces, but has it improved?

Aldon Smith is one of the biggest wild cards for the Dallas defense, which will employ a 4-3 scheme and multiple looks under coordinator Mike Nolan.

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Cowboys news: NFL scouts say Zeke is still the Beast of the East

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Catch up on all the latest Cowboys news.

Scouts Rank NFC East RBs: It’s Zeke Over Barkley, Sanders & AD - Mike Fisher, Cowboy Maven

Ezekiel Elliott has been one of the most dominant running backs in the NFL since he came into the league, but has stiff competition from other big names like Saquon Barkley. According to anonymous NFL scouts, Zeke is still the best in the NFC East though.

“Barkley is more explosive but Elliott is far...

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The Dallas Cowboys will hold training camp in Frisco, TX as opposed to Oxnard, CA

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Things are staying local for the Cowboys.

The Dallas Cowboys have hosted training camp in Oxnard, California for some time now. Obviously the weather on the west coast is ideal throughout two-a-days as football teams try to install how they will work for the upcoming season. Texas is great, but it’s hot.

Of course the Cowboys can train indoors inside of the Lone Star State as their world headquarters at The Star in Frisco have both indoor and outdoor...

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Who will lead the Cowboys in receiving categories for the 2020 season?

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The Cowboys have some weapons when it comes to catching the ball.

Ever since the addition of wide receiver CeeDee Lamb in the draft, there has been a lot of discussion about the Cowboys trio of receivers, and the offense overall. #TeamFortyBurger lives!

Amari Cooper, Michael Gallup and Lamb should make up a formidable trio at receiver. Then there is the pass-catching skills of Ezekiel Elliott, and Tony Pollard, plus the...

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Three reasons why Ezekiel Elliott will be the more effective pass-catching running back for the Cowboys

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Much has been made of Tony Pollards pass-catching skills when Zeke could be the most effective.

The addition of head coach Mike McCarthy has led many to assume that second-year running back Tony Pollard is going to get a boost in playing time thanks to his pass-catching skills whether in the slot or out of the back field. While that is possible, that could be overlooking the fact that starting running back Ezekiel Elliott is just as effective when...

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Three Cowboys who could be unexpected keys to the season

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Let’s give some love to the guys in the trenches.

There is a sense of optimism surrounding the Dallas Cowboys this offseason. Between a much needed remake of the coaching staff, a lot of very solid or better returning starters, and what is widely regarded as an extremely good crop of new talent, there is a lot to make us wish that training camp would get here already. But most of the excitement, such as the report from our own Dave Halprin about how...

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Why the 2020 Cowboys should run less and pass more

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What worked and what didn’t work for the Cowboys last season and what it means for 2020.

10 years ago, we took our first look at Expected Points Added (EPA) here on Blogging The Boys. At the time, EPA existed only in the form of Excel sheets passed around by email (I got mine from Brian Burke, then with AdvancedNFLStats), and manually calculating the EPA for every single play in a season was supremely time consuming.

We’ve come a long way since then, and...

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Cowboys' offense in 2020: Is it better with Andy Dalton on board?

Dallas added a quarterback who brings legitimate insurance to the position. Here's a two-part analysis of the Cowboys, beginning with offense.

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Cowboys News: More on Dak Prescott, Michael Gallup breakout season, and roster predictions

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Kick start your Tuesday with the latest Cowboys news.

The Biggest Risk Every NFL Team Is Taking for 2020 - Kristopher Knox, Bleacher Report

I bet you can guess where they are going with this.

The Dallas Cowboys don’t have to worry about immediately losing quarterback Dak Prescott because they gave him the franchise tag this offseason. However, they haven’t worked out a long-term deal, which is risky for two reasons.

For one, it leaves open the...

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What have you changed your mind on most over the last year regarding the Dallas Cowboys?

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There are a number of options.

525,600. That’s how many minutes there are in a year.

Technically speaking 2020, the year we’re in obviously, is a leap year which means you have to add 1,440 more when talking about it. Today we are not talking about the calendar year of 2020, but we are looking back at this day last year - June 1st, 2019.

This is the beginning of the quietest month of the NFL calendar so we have chosen this one to start ou look...

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An in-depth dive into Dak Prescott’s stats leads to the conclusion that Dallas should pay him

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What the numbers say about paying Dak Prescott, part 2,306.

There are a lot of thoughts, opinions, and some things in between as they relate to Dallas Cowboys quarterback Dak Prescott. Each side has stats, stories or anecdotes used to support their theories. So let’s go to someone who does this for a living and is among the most well-respected number-crunchers in the business, ESPN’s Bill Barnwell.

He always studies his topics intently and clearly...

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The one “underrated” Cowboys player that could swing the NFC East championship in 2020

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Could one player really hold so much power?

So the premise here is a Bleacher Report article titled: 8 Underrated NFL Players Who Can Swing Division Races in 2020. To pull this off you need to set at least some set of loose parameters to identify underrated players that fit the definition of potentially “swinging a division”. They do that in this manner:

First, an underrated player by our definition is someone who hasn’t made a Pro Bowl or...

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Poll: Would you want to see the Dallas Cowboys mic’d up all of the time?

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It’s an interesting concept.

The Dallas Cowboys are scheduled to begin their 2020 season on the road against the Los Angeles Rams on September 13th. Considering that we are now officially in June there are about three months between now and then. Get hyped.

Of course the state of sports across our world is one of uncertainty as we continue to navigate the coronavirus pandemic.

Certain sports across the world have begun their return...

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