- Todd Archer, ESPN Dallas Cowboys reporter
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The Cowboys cut Ratliff, who was eligible to come off the physically unable to perform list this week, severing ties with their four-time Pro Bowler because they weren’t sure when or if he would get on the field again.
The Ratliff move is more of a sign of how Jason Garrett has changed the Cowboys, according to Jean-Jacques Taylor.
For all of their defensive line woes, Tim MacMahon wonders why didn’t the Cowboys draft a guy.
Sunday will be Tony Romo’s 100th regular-season start with the Cowboys. Jerry Jones remembers when he knew Romo would be a player here.
JJT says Romo should be appreciated more.
The great Phil Sheridan and I give you this week’s Double Coverage.
IRVING, Texas -- The biggest story of the week for the Dallas Cowboys involved a player who would not have played Sunday against the Philadelphia Eagles: Jay Ratliff.