PHOENIX – When free agency began March 9, there seemed to be uncertainty – at least outside the organization – whether the Cowboys could re-sign starting wide receiver Terrance Williams. A day later, Williams agreed to a four-year, $17 million contract to stay with the team that drafted him in 2013.
PHOENIX – Two weeks after reports surfaced that Doug Free intends to retire from football, the Cowboys signed six-year veteran Byron Bell for depth at offensive tackle this past Friday. Speaking Sunday at the NFL Annual Meeting in Phoenix, Cowboys executive vice president Stephen Jones did not confirm
Caption Close SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. – As NFL owners lined up Sunday behind Oakland's move to Las Vegas, there was a lot of speculation about Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones releasing quarterback Tony Romo. The owners are expected to approve Monday the Raiders' move to Las Vegas. Owner Mark Davis