The Cowboys want to get a long-term deal completed with Dak Prescott, preferably before the March 9 franchise tag deadline. After months to negotiate, it appears the sides finally are making progress. Calvin Watkins of the Dallas Morning News reports Prescott’s representation and the Cowboys’ discussions are “more productive than they have been.” Placing the [more]
Speaking of free agency, ESPN looks at the Dallas roster through that lens, and our own K.D. Drummond digs up nearly two dozen cornerbacks that should be considered with whatever the Joneses do decide to spend in free agency this offseason. NFL Network’s latest mock draft takes a unique approach: making the pick based solely on 2021 win probability. Cowboys wideouts are under the microscope, and one of the greats at the position lends a helping hand locally.
Cleveland Browns defensive end Myles Garrett impressed with the box jump video he posted to social media Monday, highlighting his 58-inch leap (which was originally thought to be 64 inches). But former Dallas Cowboys and Denver Broncos linebacker DeMarcus Ware—who is four years removed from the NFL and 38 years old—outdid the 25-year-old Garrett with a jump of his own, clearing 66 inches.