More important Dallas Cowboy: Dez Bryant or DeMarco Murray? - Dan Graziano, ESPN NFC East blog
On NFL Live, Tim Hasselbeck and Darren Woodson debated the question: Which player is more important to the 2013 success of the Dallas Cowboys? Wide receiver Dez Bryant or running back DeMarco Murray? Both of them picked Murray, and Graziano agrees. Do you?
Eatman: 5 Undrafted Rookies That Might Sneak Onto Roster - DallasCowboys.com
Eatman's list contains names that most would expect to make the team like LB Brandon Magee and safety Jakar Hamilton, two guys who may face longer odds in RB Kendial Lawrence and LB Taylor "Tank" Reed as well as a surprise choice in WR Eric Rogers.
Cowboys Defense Falling For Play Action Pass? - Football Outsiders
According to FO, the Cowboys defense ranked 24th with 8.3 yards allowed per play on play-action passes in 2012. But they're in good company: The Ravens and Patriots ranked even lower.
DeMarco Murray Hears Them Calling Him "Injury-Prone," and Is Ready to Prove Them Wrong - Dallas Observer
The Dallas Observer profiles 30 of the metro area's most interesting characters, and this week it's DeMarco Murray's turn.
Former Morro Bay High star Long signs with Dallas Cowboys - SanLuisObispo.com
The Cowboys' latest roster addition, defensive lineman Jerome Long, was signed on Tuesday this week. The Cowboys had had an open roster spot since Thursday the week before when they released Anthony Hargrove, and some had wondered what was taking them so long to fill the spot. Turns out that the Cowboys had asked Long to come to Dallas on the Wednesday before they released Hargrove, but Long and his wife were in the middle of having a baby, the San Luis Obispo Tribune writes.
Dallas Cowboys tap Mobile Viewpoint for live broadcast gear - Rapid TV News
Mobile Viewpoint announced today that it will supply the Dallas Cowboys team with two WMT units for live broadcasting from any location. Mobile viewpoint uses a cost efficient and flexible alternative (3G/4G) to satellite uplink to transmit live video in broadcast quality. The Cowboys will use the Mobile Viewpoint technology to broadcast their training sessions, for on-the-field reports during away-games and for press conferences. This could be very good news for fans if the Cowboys plan on broadcasting from training camp.
Roger Goodell talks 'formal rotation' for 'Hard Knocks' - NFL.com
The Cincinnati Bengals will be the featured team on HBO's "Hard Knocks" for the second time in four years. If Roger Goodell has his way, more teams will get involved with the popular program.