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Prediction: Romo, Bryant win title in 2026

In a fun glimpse into the future, Thomas Neumann sees an ageless Tony Romo -- with a titanium skeleton -- winning Super Bowl LX for the Cowboys with 37-year-old Dez Bryant. The next 25 Super Bowls

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Predicting Dallas' offseason

Todd Archer doesn't see a second season between Greg Hardy and the Cowboys happening. The defensive end did not produce enough on the field; he also angered coaches and the front office. Offseason predictions

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A Cowboys' slant on NFL key dates

Taking a look at the key dates during the NFL offseason and what the Dallas Cowboys have in store for each of those dates.

Jerry Crasnick ESPN Senior Writer 

Talks between the Orioles and free agent pitcher Yovani Gallardo about a three-year contract are gaining momentum, says a baseball source. The two sides still have to make some "tweaks" to push the deal across the finish line, the source said. The Orioles would surrender a first-round draft pick if they sign Gallardo, who received a qualifying offer from the Rangers in November.

Could Baylor go down in Manhattan?

Can Kansas State win another big game in Manhattan when it hosts Baylor (8:15 p.m. ET on ESPNN)? Don't count on it. Daily Word

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Owens: The Hall of Fame process is flawed (1:04)

Red Raiders can help themselves

John Gasaway picks Texas Tech as the bubble team that can boost its résumé the most on Wednesday night. The Red Raiders host Iowa State (9 p.m. ET on ESPNU). Daily Word

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Alabama tops Way-Too-Early Top 25

In case you missed it on Tuesday, Alabama is No. 1 in Mark Schlabach's early ranking. Florida State is second and Michigan is third.

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Owens defends standing on Cowboys' star (2:15)
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T.O., Johnson played with a 'tough guy mentality' (1:57)
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T.O., Johnson defend criticism (1:52)
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Mavs enter All-Star break in miserable fashion

"How'd we lose the game?" the Mavs wondered after blowing a 15-point lead and letting Utah hit shots on its last possessions of regulation and OT.

Tim MacMahon ESPN Staff Writer 

Wesley Matthews on sitting significant stretches of crunch time in the last two games: "Yeah, I was frustrated. I've never been taken out of a game in crunch time. I haven't. That's new to me. I've always been especially a crunch-time player, so I don't know. It is what it is. I control what I can control. & I want to win games. I want to win games. I know I can be on the court to do that, but if that's his decision not to have me out there, that's his decision. I've got to be a team player, be a man about it, be professional about it and cheer my ass off and be ready." Matthews, who signed a four-year, $70 million max deal with Dallas this summer, ranks second in the NBA in clutch plus-minus (plus-81) behind only teammate Dirk Nowitzki but was replaced by Raymond Felton down the stretch in an overtime win over the Grizzlies and overtime loss to the Jazz.

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Hayward the hero in OT, Jazz win 7th straight (1:10)
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Klingberg propels Stars in OT (0:54)
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Hayward's step-back jumper wins it in OT (0:31)

Tim MacMahon ESPN Staff Writer 

Jazz 121, Mavs 119 (final in OT). Gordon Hayward drills a stepback jumper over Zaza Pachulia to send the Mavs into the All-Star break with a loss.