If Jones hadn’t come through with the new deal and Bryant had lived up to his threat and stayed away, the Cowboys would have been doomed.
If Jones is not willing to pay a king’s ransom, his dreams of putting Peterson in a Cowboys uniform will go unfulfilled.
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.
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.
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.
Christie’s lifelong Cowboys fandom has sparked outrage from Eagles, Jets and Giants fans in New Jersey furious about his allegiances, along with ethical question.
Gov. Chris Christie will be attending this weekend’s Dallas Cowboys game — and paying for it on his own dime.
The co-chairs of the legislative committee investigating the Port Authority have discussed whether they want to look into the possibility of ethics violations stemming from the relationship between Gov. Chris Christie and Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones.
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“I don’t know how we, in any way, can think about going up there without having him,” the owner said. “With the way we’re playing, and the mojo.”
Christie has taken considerable ribbing about his allegiance to the Cowboys, who are bitter rivals of the Eagles and Giants, teams favored by most from N.J.
Christie called into SportsRadio 94WIP in Philadelphia Tuesday to again defend his Dallas Cowboys fandom. He says he’s planning to travel to Dallas for Sunday’s game against the Indianapolis Colts.
The NFL’s first openly gay player reportedly had a powerful ally working behind the scenes after he was cut by Rams over the weekend.
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He shed tears during the 2007 season (2008 playoffs) when his 13-3 team lost to the Giants, 21-17, in the NFC divisional playoffs at Texas Stadium.