Dallas Cowboys want $1.7 million from bankrupt Armstrong Flooring | Local Business

The company that runs the Dallas Cowboys stadium says bankrupt Armstrong Flooring Inc. owes it $1,707,628 for the remaining eight years of a 20-year lease of a suite in the “Ring of Honor” at the stadium. The company, Cowboys Stadium, LP, is based in Frisco, Texas, and filed the claim against East Hempfield-based Armstrong Flooring … Read more

Dionte Johnson Does Dallas? Dallas Cowboys & Pittsburgh Steelers ‘Firework’ Trade Suggested

Despite playing in different conferences, the rivalry between the Dallas Cowboys and the Pittsburgh Steelers is still among the most storied in NFL history. The teams have met in the Super Bowl three times, with Pittsburgh winning two championship showdowns. From former Pittsburgh safety Glen Edwards to ex-Dallas cornerback Larry Brown, the Cowboys and Steelers … Read more

Dallas Cowboys Signing of Vikings Free Agent Anthony Barr ‘Still on the Table’

FRISCO – The Dallas Cowboys have the room. The Dallas Cowboys have the need. The Dallas Cowboys still have the idea of Anthony Barr “on the table.” The Cowboys’ tolerance for La’el Collins following a suspension last season dipped all the way to the point to where his His cap figure of $14.93 million was … Read more

Dallas Cowboys Face Criticism After Partnership With Black Rifle Coffee

The Dallas Cowboys are facing criticism after announcing a new partnership with Black Rifle Coffee, the veteran-owned brand popular with conservatives and gun owners that sells roasts with names like “AK Espresso,” “Murdered Out” and “Silencer Smooth.” The Cowboys announced the partnership on Twitter on Tuesday with a video that shows highlights of the team … Read more

A Little Bit Of A History Lesson

FRISCO, Texas – This season will mark the 55th anniversary of the Ice Bowl, Cowboys-Packers at a frozen Lambeau Field on Dec. 31, 1967. Yep, that long ago when Hall of Fame quarterback Bart Starr snuck in from the 1-yard line in the final seconds for a Green Bay, 21-17, victory over the Cowboys in … Read more

Were Dak and Zeke more to blame than the O-line?

Since late in the 2021 NFL season, the narrative in Dallas has revolved around the offensive line. The play up front dipped considerably. What was the NFL’s top offense before the bye week changed into something that more resembled average after the bye week (numbers below). What else besides the offensive line would explain the … Read more

Will the NFC East finally have a repeat champ? Where the Cowboys, Commanders, Eagles and Giants stand

Jul 7, 2022 NFL NationESPN If this isn’t the time for optimism around the NFC East, then why bother playing the season? Sure, times have been tough for what was once one of the more competitive divisions in the NFL, and there does not appear to be a return to the glory days anytime soon. … Read more