It appears the Giants jumped the gun in their attempt to use technology to gain a competitive edge.
Tony Romo wants country fans to know that when he throws, his footballs are properly inflated.
If Jones is not willing to pay a king’s ransom, his dreams of putting Peterson in a Cowboys uniform will go unfulfilled.
New Jersey’s governor has been a lifelong Cowboys fan even though the state’s football loyalty is divided between the Eagles, Jets and Giants.
Prosecutors are investigating the procurement process behind a contract awarded to Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones’ company to operate the observation deck at One World Trade Center.
On Thursday, the defensive end reiterated and expanded on comments made to Oprah Winfrey last year in which he said other pro athletes have told him they’re gay too, though they’re not ready to go public.
Don’t play them. Don’t sign them. Don’t even answer their agents’ phone calls. It’ll never happen. The teams don’t care, not really. Not when it gets in the way of a winning record.
Jerry Recco got a little heated prior to delivering his update Thursday morning and his temperature elevation had nothing to do with Boomer or Craig.
The All-Pro rusher will visit the rival Eagles on Thursday — and he’s expected to stick around once he gets there, according to Adam Schefter of ESPN.
Mike Florio sparked national interest in the rumored video when he said last week that “the Cowboys are afraid it will come out and have a Ray Rice-like type of an impact.”
“I love Jerry Rice, but that’s what everybody says. ‘Oh, everybody did it.’ That’s the oldest defense in the world,” the legendary Cowboys receiver said Thursday.
Let’s take a look at five events in sports over the last year more surprising than Beck’s shocking GRAMMYs Album of the Year win.
The Izod Center in Bergen County will be shutting down at the end of the month, and New Jersey State Sen. Loretta Weinberg said it is all political.
New England’s offensive line will need to step up its game without its starting center.
The Green Bay Packers listed both their starting quarterback (Aaron Rodgers) and running back (Eddie Lacy) on the injury report as limited participants in Thursday’s practice. The team estimated that the two players would have been limited on Friday as well and gave both a probable chance to play on Sunday against the Seattle Seahawks at CenturyLink Field in the NFC championship game. The Packers list four players on their injury report and the Seahawks list seven (two not injury related) on theirs.