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Cowboys are still waiting on Orton as fines begin to mount

Cowboys are still waiting on Orton as fines begin to mount

Dallas Cowboys backup quarterback Kyle Orton has officially gone AWOL. Orton, who missed the entire off-season program and organized team activities, was a no-show for the start of the team's mandatory minicamp on Tuesday.
Kyle Orton a no-show for physical Monday

Kyle Orton a no-show for physical Monday

The Cowboys don’t expect Kyle Orton to attend their three-day mandatory minicamp after the backup quarterback was a no-show for Monday’s physical, according to a source.
Former Cowboys player ordered to enter rehab

Former Cowboys player ordered to enter rehab

Former Dallas Cowboys tackle Josh Brent will spend at least 45 days in rehab for substance abuse after his release Sunday from jail in the drunken-driving crash that killed a teammate.
Jason Garrett expects to speak with Kyle Orton soon

Jason Garrett expects to speak with Kyle Orton soon

Cowboys coach Jason Garrett said he anticipates having a conversation with backup quarterback Kyle Orton before next week's mandatory minicamp. "I haven’t spoken with him directly," Garrett said Thursday.
Cowboys linebacker Sean Lee set for knee surgery Thursday

Cowboys linebacker Sean Lee set for knee surgery Thursday

Dallas Cowboys linebacker Sean Lee is scheduled to have surgery on Thursday to repair the anterior cruciate ligament in his left knee, coach Jason Garrett said after practice Tuesday.
Is Dez worth $10 million per season?

Is Dez worth $10 million per season?

Wide receiver Dez Bryant is on record saying he is deserving of a contract extension. The Dallas Cowboys apparently agree.
Romo limited in Cowboys OTAs but vows to be ready by training camp

Romo limited in Cowboys OTAs but vows to be ready by training camp

Tony Romo can joke about it now. The Dallas Cowboys quarterback isn’t about to let the herniated disk that sidelined him for last season’s finale and that required surgery keep him down.
Sean Lee out for season

Sean Lee out for season

ESPN is reporting that Cowboys linebacker Sean Lee is out for the season. Lee has a torn left knee ligament. Rehab will take six to eight months.
Cowboys linebacker Sean Lee injured in practice

Cowboys linebacker Sean Lee injured in practice

Dallas Cowboys linebacker Sean Lee injured his left knee during Tuesday’s first organized team activity. Lee is headed to a doctor to get an MRI this afternoon, according to coach Jason Garrett.
Quarterback Tony Romo sends a 5-year positive message

Quarterback Tony Romo sends a 5-year positive message

Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo says don't worry about him next season. In fact, don't worry about the next five seasons.
Tony Romo faces a big week in his rehab, hoping to get back for the OTAs

Tony Romo faces a big week in his rehab, hoping to get back for the OTAs

The Cowboys begin organized team activities next week, and they are hoping Tony Romo’s back is well enough to allow him to participate in some of the team drills. The quarterback likely won’t do much in individual drills.
Brandon Carr said he and Cowboys are ready to “take over the league”

Brandon Carr said he and Cowboys are ready to “take over the league”

Brandon Carr didn’t suggest putting it in a “3-inch headline” as former Cowboys coach Jimmy Johnson once did.
How can Cowboys ignore Romo’s back after seeing Harrison?

How can Cowboys ignore Romo’s back after seeing Harrison?

Too bad about the Texas Rangers’ Matt Harrison, whose pitching career is now in jeopardy. But I’m talking about the other “recovering” double-back surgery patient in town, quarterback Tony Romo.
Cowboys vs. firefighters charity basketball game Saturday, more

Cowboys vs. firefighters charity basketball game Saturday, more

Current and former Dallas Cowboys are set to play in the fifth annual Ballin’ With the ‘Boys charity basketball game against the Longview Fire Department on Saturday at Longview’s Lobo Coliseum.
Miles Austin lands in Cleveland

Miles Austin lands in Cleveland

Former Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Miles Austin is heading to Cleveland. Austin and the Browns agreed to terms on Thursday. The Cowboys released Austin in March.