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FOX 4's Mike Doocy laid the blame for Sunday's playoff loss at the feet of their $160 million quarterback Dak Prescott.
Cowboys owner and GM Jerry Jones told reporters at the Star on Wednesday that the team is still negotiating with free agent wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr.
On Monday, the free agent receiver will spend most of the day at the Star in Frisco.
Dak Prescott says he's communicated directly with OBJ about coming to Dallas.
Elliott took a hard hit to the knee from Detroit Lions safety DeShon Elliott during the Cowboys 24-6 win.
Dak Prescott threw passes to Cowboys receivers on the practice field Wednesday, but head coach Mike McCarthy says he is preparing as if Cooper Rush will be back under center for Sunday night's matchup with the undefeated Eagles.
Prescott has missed four straight games after breaking a bone in his hand in the season opener.
The Cowboys are feeling a lot more confident after winning their first game of the season. Here's what head coach Mike McCarthy had to say about the big win and the status of injured players.
It's the first Friday night of high school football for this year’s season here in North Texas.
With a change in diet and a new approach to fitness, Dak Prescott said he’s in great shape this summer. He's hoping that translates into more wins for the Dallas Cowboys.