As a man of the people, he belongs on the airwaves—not on mediocre cable games.
Losing to the Jets, Jason? The Jets??
The former Houston Dash star is the most intriguing 37-year-old rookie prospect in a long time.
The alum of Houston's Stratford High School suffered criticism for his decision to call it quits, but players like Cowboys legend Troy Aikman have got his back.
Ezekiel Elliott’s holdout is just the beginning of difficult contract decisions the team must soon make about its young stars.
Our latest homegrown football star has been drafted away from the city he loves.
While the team that abandoned the city 20 years ago owns much of Houston’s football history, that doesn't have to be the case.
The true story of my family’s brief ownership of the last NFL franchise to go bankrupt.
The outspoken Cowboys owner may have finally said too much.
In 1996, Matt Patricia, now the NFL team’s newly hired coach, was arrested and indicted by a grand jury in a sexual assault case that was ultimately dismissed.
The former Baylor great is set to sign a one-year deal with the Baltimore Ravens.
We all knew it. Now we're vindicated.
The former A&M star appeared on ’Good Morning America’ on Monday to ask for a second chance.
Why is the former University of Houston star suddenly playing like the best quarterback in the league in his seventh season?
The maverick owner has long done things his own way, but his latest challenge to the NFL is his boldest yet.
Jerry Jones’s stadium will host the 2018 NFL Draft for the first time.
Historic rivalries in the NFC East may carry tradition, but no team has the Boys’ number like the Green Bay Packers.
Nate Boyer, a six-year Army vet who served multiple tours in Iraq and Afghanistan, inspired the idea of taking a knee.
The Cowboys’ leading rusher may miss the first six games of the year.
The pontiff did not weigh in on if Dez caught the ball during the 2015 playoff game against the Green Bay Packers (but come on, it was a catch).
The NFL Network’s list of the top 100 players in the league ranks the Houston hero a lot lower than he was a year ago.
The NFL is threatening to pull out of Texas when it comes to event consideration, and the governor is fighting back.
The NFL isn’t coming to San Antonio. Instead, the Raiders filed paperwork to move to a town less than half the size.
The Super Bowl dream may be dead this year, but there’s a lot to celebrate about the 2016 Dallas Cowboys.
Fresh off beating a team led by Connor Cook, the Texans go to New England to face Tom Brady. Yikes.
It’s time to take this question seriously, Cowboys fans.
Brock Osweiler and Dak Prescott replaced the rotating cast of QB’s that both the Cowboys and the Texans featured last year. So how’d they do?
Love the NFL, and want to donate your time and efforts to make sure its most massive event is a success? There are just a few hoops to jump through first!
Football fans have had their fun with the struggling quarterback, but it’s time for the conversation to shift.
For Cowboys and Texans fans watching from home, that must sting a little.
Hard to see what could go wrong with the Cowboys Club.
The team is a 3.5 underdog at home to a team quarterbacked by Alex Smith, and the big picture is even worse.
The quarterback who got dumped by the Cowboys—the Cowboys!—stepped in and stepped up for the Texans Sunday night.
”I like Drew! I don’t like hitting him like that.”
Greg Hardy doesn't seem sorry for his past mistakes, and that behavior is bringing the team down.
They’re tied for first place, and the Colts are out of Luck for the next few weeks. Is a crappy Texans team led by T.J. Yates playoff bound?
Aikman, Staubach Campbell, Irvin, Watt: Who’s the greatest Texas football player of all time?
Making a statement against domestic violence on the field is a $6,000 fine, but there are no consequences for Greg Hardy or likely for Johnny Manziel.
After some uninspired starts from Brandon Weeden, Cowboys Nation turns its lonely eyes to, er, Matt Cassel. We've got other ideas.
By the looks of it, McNair is more concerned with political influence than a winning team.
It's unfortunate, but the numbers don't lie.
It's all re-happening.
The beleaguered quarterback has essentially been hounded out of Washington by his coaches. It's time to set him free.
The Cowboys’ star wide receiver is the first football player to appear on the cover of the rock magazine since Jim McMahon back in 1986.
Because of course he does.
J.J. Watt and friends had their HBO debut last night. Here’s what you might have missed.
San Antonio City Manager Sheryl Sculley seems to think so.
If the Cowboys’ top receiver makes good on his threat to sit out the start of the season, where does that leave the team?
Next week: he makes a hole in one, beats you at Mario Kart, and bakes a better pie than your mom.