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Thursday night's preseason contest between the Dallas Cowboys and Seattle Seahawks had a wee bit of a late kickoff time. Many fans were concerned that they were going to fall asleep. Makes sense. Three plays in the Cowboys saw their season writhing in pain on the ground. It was a...
Over the past months here at Inside The Star, we have been preparing the vast world of Cowboys Nation for the team's move into the best new facility in the National Football League - The Star. https://insidethestar.com/the-star/the-star-getting-inside-the-dallas-cowboys-new-home/ Yesterday, the team unveiled their shiny new headquarters, and it was as breathtaking as...
It's no secret that the Dallas Cowboys have one of the best offensive units in the entire NFL, but you probably wouldn't guess that if you are referencing back to what happened in 2015. The offense struggled mightily last season and we all know why. Tony Romo's twice broken collarbone...
The United States of America was brought to a state of mourning after multiple tragic deaths and shootings over the course of the last week. While these horrific events are certainly depressing and debilitating, it is during these times of struggle that the innate goodness of some people usually shines through. Dallas...
In an otherwise miserable season for the Dallas Cowboys, tight end Jason Witten reached several positive milestones. Nov 22 - Witten passed Bob Lily to become the Cowboys' all-time "iron man," playing in 196 consecutive games. Dec 7 - He caught his 1,000th career reception, becoming only the 12th...
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Jason Witten means many things to the Dallas Cowboys organization. Preparing to enter his 14th season with the team, the ever-reliable tight end has been through his fair share of losing seasons while also getting his opportunities in the playoffs - although still chasing his first championship ring. Should that elusive Super Bowl win not come for Jason as a player for the Cowboys, ESPN thinks that he could have a career trying to coach Dallas towards the promise land. As you see here, Jason Witten was selected as the current Cowboy that is most likely to one day coach his team, as ESPN picked an active player on all 32 teams. If Witten does one day trade in his cleats for a headset and coach the Dallas Cowboys, he would become just the third former professional player to lead the team as their Head Coach.
Let me start by saying that Gil Brandt is the Godfather when it comes to the NFL and the Dallas Cowboys. He has forgotten and dismissed more about the game of football than I or any of us will ever know. Capeesh? Capeesh. As loyal members of Cowboys Nation we can admittedly look at things through America's Team-tinted glasses.
Yesterday here on Inside The Star, I took a look at the Cowboys first day of mini camp and shared some of my thoughts and analysis on what fans were able to view on the team website. The second day of Dallas' camp practices got underway yesterday as well, with Bryan Broaddus and David Helman bringing more great footage and commentary to DallasCowboys.com. Click here to watch along while reading my thoughts on day two of Dallas Cowboys mini camp: Cole Powered Chemistry The entire offense for the Cowboys is designed around Tony Romo, who's return to the practice field has boosted the overall chemistry of the unit.
The Dallas Cowboys battled through their fair share of injuries in 2015 and if they want to have any kind of success in the upcoming 2016 season, they have to avoid the injury bug. The unfortunate thing about injuries is that they are unpredictable and they can really have a major impact on a teams performance depending on which players are the ones to go down. The sad truth for the Cowboys in 2015 was that the injuries that the team endured was to key members and was a major reason why they finished with a 4-12 losing record. I decided to try and identify a few of the Dallas Cowboys players that are simply irreplaceable and would be devastating to the entire team if anyone of them where to go down with an injury and miss an extended period of time. Tony Romo Tony Romo obviously makes this list because we all witnessed firsthand how this team functions without him at the helm leading the offense.
Welcome in to the first tweet break for the month of June here on Inside The Star. For Cowboys Nation, the start of the month means just one thing, and that's the fact that - as a fan base - we are inching closer to Dallas Cowboys football! For now, the team is still working through OTAs, which has brought the Twitterverse tons of great silver and blue content. Let's dive into this week's best. As I mentioned moments ago, the Cowboys and every other team around the league are pretty early in their preparations for the 2016 season.
It's currently one of the slowest times in the NFL off season, as we drudge through May while looking ahead to the Dallas Cowboys' training camp later on this summer. The great world of Twitter is helping Cowboys Nation get through this downtime with plenty of great -and at times not so great - Cowboys content. With that, let's jump right in to this week's best of the best. The Cowboys had their home run derby to raise money for the Salvation Army on Tuesday, and above are some of the best tweets from the event. While Mike Fisher's Cowboys news is always on point, we may need him to find an additional source to confirm that Tyron Smith is actually swinging a baseball bat in that first video and not a toothpick.
Aramis, Porthos, and Athos; all names that should sound somewhat familiar to the majority of you, but really have absolutely zero connection to the Dallas Cowboys, or do they? If you're not quite sure where you've heard those names before, that's okay. They were first popularized in the novel The Three Musketeers, written by Alexandre Dumas that was published way back in 1844. Since the publication of Dumas' novel we have seen numerous movies, TV series, and even cartoons depicting the Musketeer's adventures. For those unaware, I'll try to familiarize you with the story The Musketeers (the King's guard) has been disbanded and the three most famous Musketeers (Aramis, Porthos, and Athos) are somewhat muddling around in their lives until they meet a young want to be Musketeer in D'Artagnan.
Tony Romo's affinity for the golf course is something that we are all well aware of. 'Ol Number Nine enjoys himself a round out on the links, and he enjoys surrounding himself with company that likes to do so as well. Romo has been buddies with another Dallas Hero for quite...
Precisely 2,607 days ago as the Arizona Cardinals and Pittsburgh Steelers were in their locker rooms during halftime of Super Bowl XLIII, "The Boss" brought the righteous and mighty power of the E Street Band into our beautiful homes. He challenged us to step back from the guacamole dip, to put the chicken fingers down, and...
I thought it would be an interesting exercise to see what kind of team the Cowboys would be fielding if the season started today. They have 62 players under contract right now, which is nine more than they'll have in Week One. How set are they at some positions,...
The retirement of Heath Miller really hit me today. Not because I am a huge Miller fan or Steelers fan or anything like that, but my first reaction was to think about Jason Witten. Witten has been 'ole reliable for quite some time with the Dallas Cowboys. You know what you're...
You've likely seen projections, including one from this blogger, than Dallas can create as much as $25 million or more in cap space by restructuring some of their high-dollar veteran contracts.  That sounds very attractive on the surface, especially for a team that has spent several years being forced...
As much as everyone is focused on defense or quarterback right now for  Dallas' first-round pick in April, I'm becoming increasingly comfortable with the idea of them taking a wide receiver. The overwhelming favorite right now would be Laquon Treadwell from Ole Miss so I'm not going to spend...
Hello one and all! Welcome to the Dallas Cowboys Honors show in relation to the 2015 NFL season. The NFL has its own "NFL Honors" show that they'll have on Saturday night and they think they're cool just because it's on tv and there'll be players there and it's an actual...

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