Seattle Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson would like to play for the Dallas Cowboys... sort of. Wilson's agent Mark Rodgers tells ESPN's Adam Schefter that if Seattle traded Wilson, only four destinations would please the superstar. Those teams are the Chicago Bears, Dallas Cowboys, Las Vegas Raiders, and New Orleans Saints. Rodgers says Wilson hasn't requested a trade. Mike Doocy and Sam Gannon discuss the likelihood of Russ cooking with the Cowboys.
Could Mike McCarthy be let go after just one season? Stephen Jones thinks even asking that question is ridiculous. Mike and Sam disagree. They discuss that and more in tonight's Front Four.
The Cowboys won on Sunday (Wow, haven't typed that in a while) against the Cinicinnati Bengals. Mike Doocy and Sam Gannon discuss what the team did well and what the future holds for Dallas.
Coach Bob Stoops and the Dallas Renegades finally have some players to talk about after the first day of the XFL draft.
Many Cowboys fans may have lost their faith after three straight losses but owner Jerry Jones still believes in Coach Jason Garrett.
Kristaps Porzingis can now count in days what he once couldn't even really count at all: his return to the court for a real game for the first time since a knee injury nearly 20 months ago.
Fans and players will say goodbye to Globe Life Park this week.
The Ballpark in Arlington, now known as Globe Life Park, is in its final week. The voice of the Ranger, Eric Nadel, talks about some of his favorite memories at the ballpark.