We continue with the second and final part of our interview with Cowboys UDFA LB Brandon Magee.
Not everyone is a star to start off... we catch up with UDFA LB Brandon Magee and see if he has what it takes to shine in Big D.
The Cowboys still have some positions that they might choose to improve before camp starts in July. Here's a look at what's out there.
Maybe the Dallas Cowboys are not done in free agency until after the draft. After a lull, there is news they are in contract discussions with tackle Eric Winston.
Now that Justin Durant and Will Allen will be wearing the Star in 2013, we need to familiarize ourselves with each player. In that spirit, I asked Sean Yuille at Pride Of Detroit and Neal Coolong...
The Cowboys filled a hole on defense with a free-agent acquisition at safety. Meet new safety Will Allen from the Pittsburgh Steelers.
The Cowboys will fill a couple of holes on defense with free-agent acquisitions at linebacker and safety. Meet the newest Cowboy Justin Durant, who has already signed.
The Cowboys have agreed to a two-year deal with LB Justin Durant. They just have to figure out how to pay him.
Back in February, BTB assessed of the Cowboys' offseason needs, and offered up a plan for attacking those needs. With NFL free agency two weeks old, how successfully has Dallas addressed their offseason checklist thus far?
Mackenzy Bernadeau is currently penciled in as the starter at right guard for the Cowboys. But how long will that last? Jets free agent guard Brandon Moore reportedly has a visit scheduled with Dallas.
Thanks to the flat cap, the NFL free agent market has dried up earlier than usual this season, with veteran willing to take low-money, one-year deals with the hope of getting a better offer in 2014. Can this trend help the cap-strapped Cowboys?
Between Stephen Jones on Monday and Jerry Jones yesterday, we're starting to get details of what might take place at Valley Ranch over the next few weeks, and for the 2013 season. Starting with Tony Romo and Anthony Spencer.
You wouldn't know it by being a Cowboys fan, but free agent signings are happening all over the NFL. But what if Dallas did have some money to spend?
The Cowboys are still silent as a tomb when it comes to signing free agents. The only action is on some of their former players.
In the heat of NFL free agency, teams are trying very hard to improve, and some are spending a lot of money doing it. It seems like a good time to look at just how successful that idea has been in the past.
A chilling silence had fallen over the Dallas Cowboys during free agency. Is the team missing out right now? A look at 2012, the biggest free agent year in franchise history, can provide some food for thought.
Even though the safety class is beginning to dry up, there are some names out there who could offer the Dallas Cowboys some help in the secondary.
As NFL free agency rolls on and big names are switching teams everywhere, nary a visit or solid rumor for the Dallas Cowboys. It's lonely at Valley Ranch, but here's some Cowboys-related news.