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NFC East Standings
TeamW L HomeAway Last 10
Dallas11 5 6-2-05-3-0 7-3-0
Philadelphia11 5 6-2-05-3-0 7-3-0
NY Giants8 8 4-4-04-4-0 3-7-0
Washington4 12 3-5-01-7-0 2-8-0

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Dallas Cowboys Organization
Dallas Cowboys staff
  • Front Office
    • Owner/President/General Manager Jerry Jones
    • COO/Executive Vice President/Director of Player Personnel Stephen Jones
    • Assistant Director of Player Personnel Tom Ciskowski
    • Director of Football Administration Todd Williams
    • Assistant Director of Pro Scouting Judd Garrett
    Head Coaches
    • Head Coach Jason Garrett
    • Assistant Head Coach/Defense Monte Kiffin
    • Senior Coaching Consultant/Offensive Consultant Jimmy Robinson
    Offensive Coaches
    • Passing Game Coordinator Scott Linehan
    • Offensive Line/Running Game Coordinator Bill Callahan
    • Quarterbacks Wade Wilson
    • Running Backs Gary Brown
    • Wide Receivers Derek Dooley
    • Tight Ends Mike Pope
    • Assistant Offensive Line Frank Pollack
    • Offensive Quality Control Kyle Valero
    Defensive Coaches
    • Defensive Coordinator/Defensive Line Rod Marinelli
    • Linebackers Matt Eberflus
    • Secondary Jerome Henderson
    • Assistant Secondary Joe Baker
    • Defensive Assistant/Defensive Line Leon Lett
    • Defensive Quality Control/Linebackers Ben Bloom
    Special Teams Coaches
    • Special Teams Coordinator Rich Bisaccia
    • Assistant Special Teams/Kickers Keith OQuinn
    Strength and Conditioning
    • Strength and Conditioning Mike Woicik
    • Assistant Strength and Conditioning Brett Bech

    Coaching Staff and Management

    Cowboys Offensive Depth Chart
    FB
    RB
    1 Felix Jones
    2 Tashard Choice
    3 DeMarco Murray
    WR
    1 Dez Bryant
    2 Jesse Holley
    QB
    1 Tony Romo
    2 Jon Kitna
    3 Stephen McGee
    WR
    1 Miles Austin
    2 Kevin Ogletree
    RT
    1 Tyron Smith
    RG
    1 Kyle Kosier
    C
    1 Phil Costa
    2 L.P. Ladouceur
    LG
    1 David Arkin
    LT
    1 Doug Free
    2 Jermey Parnell
    TE
    1 Jason Witten
    2 Martellus Bennett
    3 John Phillips
    4 Martin Rucker
    Cowboys Defensive Depth Chart
    LCB
    1 Terence Newman
    2 Bryan McCann
    LE
    1 Marcus Spears
    NT
    1 Jay Ratliff
    2 Josh Brent
    RE
    1 Sean Lissemore
    2 Jason Hatcher
    3 Clifton Geathers
    RCB
    1 Mike Jenkins
    2 Orlando Scandrick
    LOLB
    1 Anthony Spencer
    2 Bruce Carter
    LILB
    1 Bradie James
    RILB
    1 Keith Brooking
    2 Sean Lee
    ROLB
    1 DeMarcus Ware
    FS
    1 Gerald Sensabaugh
    2 Alan Ball
    3 Danny McCray
    SS
    1 Abram Elam
    2 Barry Church
    Recent Cowboys Player News
    WR - Williams, Roy
    Ex-Lion Roy Williams now an ex-Cowboy
    Before the Cowboys can start get serious about loading up their roster, they have to get under the salary cap. They got started on that Tuesday by deciding to release several high-priced players.
    WR - Bryant, Dez
    Dez Bryant Questionable for Sunday
    Dallas Cowboys rookie wide receiver Dez Bryant is listed as questionable for Sunday's match-up with the Minnesota Vikings and is likely to be a game-time decision.
    TOL - Dallas, Cowboys
    Cowboys LG Kosier hurts knee, out 4-6 weeks (The Canadian Press)
    OXNARD, Calif. - Dallas Cowboys left guard Kyle Kosier is expected to miss at least a month because of a sprained knee, making it two offensive linemen lost to injuries this week.
    WR - Bryant, Dez
    Bryant: Out 4-6 Weeks High Ankle Sprain
    Cowboys rookie WR Dez Bryant is reportedly out four to six weeks after suffering a high ankle sprain.
    TE - Bennett, Martellus
    Bennett sidelined with left ankle injury
    The Cowboys tight end is out of the first day of training camp after sustaining the non-football injury.
    WR - Williams, Roy
    Roy Williams Could be Cut?
    ProFootabllTalk.com is reporting that with Dez Bryant now under contract for the Cowboys, Roy Williams and his sizable contract could be on the chopping block.
    LB - Lee, Sean
    Cowboys Sign Lee to 4-Year Deal
    Inside linebacker Sean Lee agreed to terms on a four-year contract Friday. Financial terms of Lee's deal were not immediately known, but a source said the agreement includes $1.7 million in guaranteed money.
    WR - Bryant, Dez
    Cowboys Agree on 5-year Deal w/ Dez Bryant
    The Cowboys have signed Dez Bryant to a 5-year, $11.8 million deal that includes $8.5 million guaranteed.
    PK - Buehler, David
    Cowboys ban foot races because the kicker would smoke everyone (Yahoo! Sports)
    He might not be the best kicker in the NFL, but David Buehler of the Cowboys is probably the best athlete...
    WR - Bryant, Dez
    Dallas Cowboys open negotiations with first-round pick Dez Bryant
    DALLAS -- The Dallas Cowboys have opened contract talks with first-round draft pick Dez Bryant, who said over the summer that his goal was to report to training camp on time
    Recent Cowboys Headlines
    Jerry Jones says he was on Cowboys sideline to inspire the team (Shutdown Corner)

    Colts-Giants Capsule (The Associated Press)
    INDIANAPOLIS (5-3) at NEW YORK GIANTS (3-4)
    Video shows Cowboy Randle booked into jail (The Associated Press)
    FRISCO, Texas (AP) -- As he being booked on a shoplifting charge, Dallas Cowboys running back Joseph Randle offered $100 for a massage and wondered aloud if his arrest would make the news.
    Robert Griffin III will start over Colt McCoy when he returns, Redskins say (Shutdown Corner)

    Romo leaves after sack, returns against Redskins (The Associated Press)
    Dallas quarterback Tony Romo has returned late in the fourth quarter against Washington after leaving in the third following a sack. Romo stayed on the ground for several minutes after turning backward and ducking while linebacker Keenan Robinson closed in on the QB on Monday night. The 34-year-old Romo had surgery for a herniated disk last December after getting hurt in a win over the Redskins.
    Manning adds to touchdown record as Broncos beat Chargers (Reuters)
    (Reuters) - Denver quarterback Peyton Manning added three more touchdowns to his career record as the Broncos beat the San Diego Padres 35-21 in a National Football League game on Thursday. Manning took his career touchdown total to 513, four days after overtaking Brett Favre as the leader on the all-time list. The Broncos won their fourth successive game and improved to 6-1, the best record in the AFC and tied for the best record in the league with the Dallas Cowboys. The Chargers fell to 5-3, second behind Denver in the AFC West. ...
    DeMarco Murray buys new iMacs for his offensive line (Shutdown Corner)

    First openly gay NFL draftee Sam released by Dallas (AFP)
    Dallas (AFP) - Michael Sam, the first openly gay player drafted by a National Football League team, was released Tuesday from the Dallas Cowboys practice squad.
    AP source: Bills agree to sign running back Tanner (The Associated Press)
    BUFFALO, N.Y. (AP) -- A person familiar with the discussions tells The Associated Press that the Buffalo Bills have agreed to sign free-agent running back Phillip Tanner.
    Road gets tougher for 5-1 Arizona Cardinals (The Associated Press)
    TEMPE, Ariz. (AP) -- The Arizona Cardinals franchise is 5-1 for the first time in 38 years. The team sits alone atop the NFC West, with a two-game cushion in the loss column over San Francisco and Seattle.
    Garrett shuns contract talk with hot Dallas start (The Associated Press)
    IRVING, Texas (AP) -- Add Jason Garrett to the list of questions about new contracts facing Cowboys owner Jerry Jones.
    DeMarco Murray, Cowboys march to sixth straight victory over Giants (NBC on Yahoo Sports)
    The Cowboys have found their winning blueprint and they executed it nearly flawlessly again this Sunday. DeMarco Murray ran the ball all day behind a quality offensive line, Dez Bryant used his athleticism to break play after play in the second half and their rising defense kept the Giants offense from consistently finding a rhythm. The result was a 31-21 Cowboys win that makes them winners of six straight and leaves the Giants well behind in the NFC East as they head to their bye week. Murray?s up to 913 yards on the season after posting 128 on Sunday. It?s now seven straight games with 100 or more rushing yards for Murray, who added a touchdown in the fourth quarter that helped put things out of reach. That score came after the first Giants turnover of the game, a fumble by tight end Larry Donnell that the Cowboys recovered in Giants territory, and an acrobatic 25-yard catch by Bryant that was incorrectly ruled a touchdown before a look at replay. Bryant had nine catches for 151 yards overall with seven of the grabs coming in the second half as Tony Romo completed all nine passes he attempted. It was pretty close to perfect balance on offense for a team that?s showing no signs of deviating from the successful course they?ve charted since early this season. The Giants now find themselves at 3-4 and well behind the Cowboys and idle Eagles with the tiebreaker pointing in the other direction with both teams. There?s ample time to change things around, but the last two weeks have found the Giants lacking against their two NFC East rivals. They were better this week than they were against the Eagles, but the Cowboys were just a bit better when the big moments came up in the game and the Giants don?t have answers for players like Bryant and Murray right now. They?ll try to come up with them before Dallas comes to Jersey in a month, not that it will matter if the Cowboys keep executing at this level between now and then. - Pro Football Talk, NBC Sports




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