Former Dallas Cowboys quarterback and current CBS NFL analyst Tony Romo returns to Korn Ferry Tour competition this week in Texas.
The NFL on Wednesday approved the proposal to relax its jersey regulations and allow more numbers to be worn by players across the league. In this proposal, wide receivers and tight ends can wear 1-49 or 80-89, defensive backs can wear 1-49 and linebackers can wear 1-59 or 90-99. This idea came about after the Kansas City Chiefs proposed the change after they ran out of usable numbers due to the number retired jerseys by the franchise.
With just about a week to go before the 2021 NFL Draft kicks off, well-respected draft analyst and sports writer Matt Miller recently shared some rumors and notes he’s hearing from around the league. One such rumor is former Northwestern offensive tackle Rashawn Slater could be a “dream fit” with the Dallas Cowboys. The Dallas Cowboys have a big decision to make at No.