Cowboys, Scandrick agree on new deal (2:17)
23hTodd Archer

Source: Scandrick, Cowboys agree to $20M deal

Orlando Scandrick on Friday agreed to a deal through 2019 with the Cowboys and is scheduled to make $20 million, including $4 million this year, according to a source.

How do the Cowboys replace DeMarco Murray? (1:13)
Tony Romo misses DeMarco Murray (3:40)
2dTodd Archer

Cowboys to work out Ben Tate

Journeyman running back's tryout would seem to indicate the front office isn't as thrilled with the running backs it has at it says it is.

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2dTodd Archer

Cowboys LBs can change tone of defense

Getting Sean Lee back healthy and a full offseason for Rolando McClain could help the Dallas Cowboys' linebackers emerge, writes Todd Archer.

3dTodd Archer

Cowboys sign Randy Gregory

The Dallas Cowboys sign second-rounder Randy Gregory to a four-year deal that includes a signing bonus of $1,034,500.

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3dTodd Archer

Cowboys happy to see Orlando Scandrick again

After missing the first four weeks of the Dallas Cowboys' offseason conditioning program, cornerback Orlando Scandrick has returned to work this week.

4dMike Sando

Sando: Offseason grades for all 32 NFL teams

Mike Sando hands out offseason grades for all 32 NFL teams with the help of ESPN analysts Bill Polian, Louis Riddick, Matt Williamson and Field Yates. The Jets come out on top with an A grade.


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