A model of consistency. | Photo by Jayne Kamin-Oncea/Getty Images Reporting on the Cowboys practice from on the ground in Oxnard. I finally made it. Saturday marked a big milestone for me here at Blogging The Boys, as it was my first ever time to travel to Oxnard as a (semi) official representative for the… Continue reading Impressions from Dallas Cowboys training camp practice #7 in Oxnard
Jason Parkhurst-USA TODAY Sports All of the latest Dallas Cowboys news in one place. Notebook: How Jaylon Smith Has Impressed Quinn – Staff, DallasCowboys.com After a few rough season, Jaylon Smith is impressing his new boss. So far, we can tell that rookie Micah Parsons is going to line up all over the place. But… Continue reading Cowboys news: Dan Quinn heaps praise on Jaylon Smith for his camp performance so far
Photo by Jayne Kamin-Oncea/Getty Images It should mean more touches for Tony Pollard Ezekiel Elliott had by far his worst season of his young career in 2020, a common theme for many Cowboys players this past year. In response, Elliott showed up to training camp looking noticeably leaner, faster, and more determined than ever. Other… Continue reading Mike McCarthy signals that the Cowboys are ready to be smarter about Ezekiel Elliott
Jason Parkhurst-USA TODAY Sports The Cowboys got after it in Oxnard. After taking a day off, the Dallas Cowboys returned to the practice field today. They are now just a few practices away from participating in the preseason Hall of Fame game. It really is starting to feel like football season. A quick injury report… Continue reading Recap of Dallas Cowboys training camp practice #7 in Oxnard (tweets + videos)
The Dallas Cowboys have often been laughed at and criticized, when they weren’t winning Super Bowls of course, for being a team that went out and made the most flash in the pan moves to try and get it done. That narrative, though, had begun to change over the last several seasons or so, such as smarter… Continue reading Have the Cowboys actually become a better franchise?
Photo by Jayne Kamin-Oncea/Getty Images The veteran safety-turned-linebacker is doing just fine in Dan Quinn’s defense. When Dan Quinn was hired to coach the Cowboys defense, there was immediate speculation about which players that he formerly coached may end up on Dallas’ roster. A couple of former Atlanta Falcons that played in the secondary under… Continue reading Dan Quinn says Keanu Neal’s transition is going well, but that he was already really a linebacker
Welcome back to football. Training camps all around the league are back as the 2021 season is almost upon us. For the Dallas Cowboys, the first two weeks in Oxnard, California has already had its fair share of intrigue. If you missed anything from the first portion of Cowboys Camp, fear not, that’s why you’re… Continue reading Camping with the Dallas Cowboys: Storylines from Oxnard
Photo by Mitchell Leff/Getty Images When you have two solid running backs, you use them. The Dallas Cowboys aren’t strangers to having two running backs with game-changing talent on their roster at one time. Some of the more successful duos in their history include Herschel Walker and Tony Dorsett (1986-1987), Tony Dorsett and Robert Newhouse… Continue reading When the Cowboys do run the football, they should share the load
Tim Heitman-USA TODAY Sports The Cowboys struck gold with a risky trade. Dallas Cowboys fans are all looking forward to the 2021 season. Training camp is in full swing and the Hall of Fame preseason game isn’t that far away. After a long offseason of waiting, football is right at the doorstep. But, there’s always… Continue reading Looking back, the Cowboys got a big win when they traded for Amari Cooper
With training camp starting to become more and more familiar for these players the Dallas Cowboys could have an early decision to make on the roster. Like usual, the Dallas Cowboys went bargain shopping at the infirmary this offseason and like usual, one of those names is being questioned about their impact. Safety turned linebacker… Continue reading Could the Dallas Cowboys already have a veteran cap casualty?