[Update]: Wide receiver Sam Hurd signed his 1-year tender today.
The possibility is still out there for a big-name WR, like Anquan Boldin or Braylon Edwards, landing somewhere (other than Dallas) in the NFC East. In a way, the Cowboys have already brought in a big-name WR by trading their first-rounder to Detroit for Roy Williams.
Tim Cowlishaw states that the RW trade is one of two reasons that a name such as Boldin's is no longer linked to Dallas.
I think the other reason the Cowboys don't appear to be interested in veteran wide receivers is owner Jerry Jones' determination to show that the team already is deep enough at the position.
And that would seem to be a big mistake.
ESPN lists wide receiver as the Cowboys' first need in the draft.
Cowboys still interested in Matt Jones?
With five out of the 30 prospects brought into Valley Ranch being linebackers, Dallas seems rather interested in bolstering the defensive side of the ball.
One Cowboy, who is in his contract year, is defensive end Marcus Spears. His play this season should determine whether Dallas re-signs him (after Mr. Ware, of course).
Sony is teaming up with the Cowboys in the new super-duper stadium. They aren't after naming rights, are they?
Sony is being designated as the "Official HD Television" of the Dallas Cowboys. Future plans and sponsorship opportunities may also include the use of Sony consumer electronics devices such as Blu-ray Disc players or Playstation systems, to add to the level of fan excitement during games.
Be sure to check out the Science Channel's in-depth look at the Cowboys' new stadium-tonight at 8 o'clock (PST).