Gil Brandt

    The Time Kicker Raul Allegre Signed with the Cowboys While on a Date

    Imagine landing a date with the girl you've been wanting to ask out for a long time. That's always special, but now imagine...

    Breaking Down Gil Brandt’s Cowboys Quarterbacks Rankings

    Gil Brandt made sure Cowboys Twitter had something to argue about this week. He took to Twitter to share his thoughts on who...

    Where Does Cowboys’ Talent Rank in the NFL?

    The Dallas Cowboys have proven capable of building a Super Bowl contending football team over the last few years. They have a talented,...

    Former Cowboys Executive Gil Brandt Joins 2019 Hall of Fame Class

    The honors keep coming for Gil Brandt, the longtime lead scout for the Dallas Cowboys from their inception in 1960 all the way...

    Longtime Cowboys Architect Gil Brandt Named Hall of Fame Finalist

    When you worked hand in hand with Tom Landry and Tex Schramm to build one of the most iconic sports franchises in history,...

    A Reminder To The World: Jason Witten Is An All-Time Great

    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.

    Gil Brandt Predicting Bounce Back Year For The Dallas Cowboys

    The Dallas Cowboys have entered their third week of organized team activities (OTA's) and minicamp practices are just around the corner. If you believe the talk by those people who have been fortunate enough to watch some of these OTA's, then you probably already know that it looks as if the Cowboys players are practicing with a greater sense of urgency and a renewed energy. Former Vice President of player personnel for the Dallas Cowboys, Gil Brandt, was on hand to watch two different OTA practices last week and shared a lot of interesting observations based on what he saw from the team as a whole and from individual players. Brandt was a key part of the Cowboys organization from 1960 up until 1989 when the  Jerry Jones era began. At age 83, Brandt is still a well-recognized voice of opinion around the NFL and currently contributes as a senior analyst for NFL.
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    Mike Hegman Scoops And Scores #58

    There are officially 58 days until the toe meets the ball at AT&T Stadium where the Dallas Cowboys will host the New York...


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