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Dave Halprin

Cowboys 2019 offseason position priorities - where to focus free agency and the draft

Taking a look at the bigger weaknesses on the Cowboys roster.

While the coaching situation is still somewhat up in the air for the Dallas Cowboys, sometime soon they will start addressing player personnel issues. Free agency, then the draft, will bring us closer to the roster we’ll see in 2019.

As OCC has already noted, the Cowboys roster is remarkably young. The general consensus is that it is a talented bunch with a lot of room to grow. That doesn’t mean it doesn’t have weaknesses....

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RJ Ochoa

2019 NFL Draft: History of the 58th overall pick shows Cowboys can land someone useful

With no first-round pick, can the Cowboys land a winner in the second round?

The Dallas Cowboys hold the 58th overall pick in the upcoming NFL Draft, it will be their first selection as they traded their first-round draft pick to the Oakland Raiders to acquire Amari Cooper.

When you say it like that - the 58th overall pick - it sounds heavy and bad. It sounds like 57 players are going to be off the board so the odds of selecting someone good aren’t exactly high.

For what it’s worth,...

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Michael Sisemore

Cowboys Scott Linehan dilemma is tied to Dak Prescott, most important offseason decision

Does Linehan stay or go? Well, it all depends on Dak Prescott.

This Cowboys season will be remembered for a variety of reasons but mostly for the major turnaround this team accomplished. As disappointed as everyone is that the ride didn’t continue, this team became the first in franchise history to do what they did. They also became the seventh in NFL history to win a playoff game after starting 3-5. As exciting as the Cowboys made the ride, it also caused quite a bit of anxiety.

It truly...

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Cowboys’ Sean Lee leaning toward return

After several injury-plagued seasons in the NFL, no one would fault Cowboys linebacker Sean Lee if he were to call it a career. However, at this time, Lee says that he’s leaning toward a return in 2019 (via David Moore of the Dallas News).  “I want to continue to play the game, but I have to evaluate physically where I’m at. I definitely have some decisions to make,” Lee said. “I’m leaning toward playing for sure.” Staying on the field has long been an issue for Lee. Thanks...

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RJ Ochoa

Marcus Peters’ comments about Amari Cooper were a master class of no class

Shockingly, Marcus Peters lacked class on Saturday night.

The Los Angeles Rams beat the Dallas Cowboys last Saturday night. That is true and will be true no matter what. They won and to the victors go the spoils.

We’ve all been a part of trash talk at some point in our lives. Either in the lead up or aftermath of a competition (definitely some Cowboys games), we’ve all had some words to say. Again, when you win you have the right to have the last laugh.

Rams cornerback Marcus Peters did...

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Cowboys' free-agent decisions start with DeMarcus Lawrence

Dallas' best pass-rusher isn't likely to be as amenable to playing under the franchise tag as he was in 2018, when he had 10.5 sacks.

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With the success of the remaining playoff teams, should the Cowboys consider adding another running back?

Maybe it’s time to give Zeke a little help.

The conference championship games are set in what many are expecting to be a high-scoring weekend. And why shouldn’t it be with the four highest-scoring teams during the regular season being the last teams standing. The high-powered Kansas City Chiefs, Los Angeles Rams, and New Orleans Saints all averaged over 30 points on the season with the lowly New England Patriot bringing up the rear with 27.2 points a game. Of course,that Patriots team...

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Cole Beasley defends himself after ‘liking’ Instagram rant against Jerry Jones

Dallas Cowboys fans have once again been left disappointed after their team came up short in the postseason, and many of them are blaming the team’s shortcomings in recent years on Jerry Jones. Despite what his social media activity may have indicated, Cole Beasley insists he is not one of them. On Tuesday, Beasley’s Instagram handle showed up as one of around 1,000 that “liked” a lengthy post on a Cowboys fan page ripping Jones for caring more about money than winning championships....

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David Howman

Cowboys News: Jerry Jones keeping his options open on coaching changes

All the Cowboys news you need.

Jerry Jones breaks silence, hammers home stance on Scott Linehan - Patrik Walker, 247 Sports

Monday may not have been the best day for Jason Garrett, as it seemed like Stephen Jones contradicted his stance on Scott Linehan’s job security, but of course the opinion that matters most is that of Jerry Jones. The owner gave some insight into his thought process on Tuesday.

“I sound a bit irritated, and I understand [that],” Jones said. “I like the...

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Dave Halprin

Talkin’ possible Cowboys coaching changes and the state of the franchise

Trying to figure out which direction the Cowboys will go.

Now that the regular season is over, it’s time to turn our attention to the offseason. RJ and Tony cover a lot of ground including in their latest show including potential coaching changes and possible personnel decisions. The next couple of weeks should be pretty interesting as the Cowboys look to fix what went wrong in 2018, and that will start right away. Enjoy another edition of The 75O with RJ and Tony.

The 75O: Wrapping Up...

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Jerry Jones: Cowboys Defense Was Tipping Game Plan in Loss vs. Rams

Jerry Jones said it's possible the Los Angeles Rams offense could read the Dallas Cowboys ' defensive schemes in the Rams' 30-22 divisional-round playoff win. "You want to be better than that," Jones told 105...

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Cole Patterson

Cowboys rookie linebacker Leighton Vander Esch added to Pro Bowl

The accolades keep rolling in for the Wolf Hunter.

Leighton Vander Esch exceeded many expectations with his impressive play during his rookie season in the NFL. From nearly the first meaningful snaps he received as a member of the Dallas Cowboys, Vander Esch was an impact player for one of the best defenses across the league in 2018.

The man dubbed the “Wolf Hunter” was all over the field for the Cowboys, recording 176 total tackles (Cowboys rookie record), 102 solo stops, and a pair of...

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Cowboys retain Marc Colombo as offensive line coach

Dallas owner Jerry Jones didn't give any hints about the future of Scott Linehan or any other coaches on Jason Garrett's staff.

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Tom Ryle

Three stances: Looking at the reality of the Cowboys’ decision on Scott Linehan

Forgive us for injecting a little logic into things.

It’s been an interesting week for the Dallas Cowboys. And that is despite the fact that they haven’t really done anything of note. Instead, it has been all about the talk, and what has and hasn’t been said about the future of offensive coordinator Scott Linehan. It all started with head coach Jason Garrett saying that he expects Linehan to be back, only to walk that back a bit after executive vice president Stephen Jones stated that...

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Cowboys News: Leighton Vander Esch Replacing Luke Kuechly in 2019 Pro Bowl

Dallas Cowboys linebacker Leighton Vander Esch can add Pro Bowler to his list of accomplishments from his challenge for Defensive Rookie of the Year. According to Grant Gordon of NFL ...

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RJ Ochoa

The Both/And: Cowboys have been successful over last five seasons, but fans want more (and that’s okay)

Multiple things can be true at once, as is the case with these Dallas Cowboys.

Another season has come and gone for the Dallas Cowboys and here we sit with conference championships approaching and plenty of tickets secured to be on our couches.

We all want the Cowboys to do well. There isn’t a soul among us that wants them to finish anywhere shy of hoisting the Lombardi Trophy at season’s end. There is one dream that is universally understood among all those that decorate themselves in...

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RJ Ochoa

Report: Marc Colombo to return to Cowboys as offensive line coach

The Cowboys bring back one of their own among the coaching staff.

One of the biggest decisions that the 2018 Dallas Cowboys made came during their bye week when they fired offensive line coach Paul Alexander.

Alexander was in his first season with the team and seven games in hadn’t shown enough to warrant staying around. Dallas chose to move on from him and promote former offensive lineman Marc Colombo to oversee the position with help from Hudson Houck.

Colombo was in the final year of...

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Which of their own free agents should the Cowboys re-sign?

Who stays and who goes? You have any guesses?

The Dallas Cowboys front office will have some tough decisions to make this offseason when deciding which players to retain and which players to let walk. Some of these players have a key role on the team and their shoes would be hard to fill if they left in free agency. Other players might be priced out of Dallas and could receive better offers elsewhere. Which of these free agents are likely to return to the Cowboys in 2019? Here is the list of...

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RJ Ochoa

Jerry Jones: Jason Garrett would have had five offers to be a head coach this offseason

Jason Garrett, a hot commodity? That’s what Jerry Jones thinks.

If you remember the status of the Dallas Cowboys when they were falling towards their 3-5 record early on in the season, you remember all of the talk about Jason Garrett’s job.

There were (and likely remain) many Cowboys supporters who felt that a change was necessary atop the NFL’s most storied franchise. Lots of these people inched themselves closer to the other side of the spectrum, at the very least the middle, when...

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RJ Ochoa

2019 NFL mock draft: Cowboys strengthen the Hot Boyz with their first pick

Would you be interested in a defensive tackle for the Cowboys in the 2019 draft?

With the Cowboys season now officially over it’s time to focus on offseason moves and objectives for the team.

We’ll see if there are any changes to the coaching staff (signals are unclear) and how the Cowboys handle free agency (here are all of their free agents), but the signature event of the offseason is of course the NFL Draft.

Dallas doesn’t have a selection in the first round because they traded it...

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