The Cowboys and Redskins have formally objected to the salary-cap penalties they were handed by the NFL.
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The Cowboys have agreed to terms with OL Nate Livings on a five-year, $19 million deal, with $6.2 million guaranteed, a league source said Friday.
Laurent Robinson is leaving Dallas for Jacksonville.
The Cowboys landed the cornerback they coveted, agreeing to a five-year contract with Brandon Carr on Wednesday.
The team agreed to a three-year contract Wednesday with Kyle Orton, according to a source with knowledge of the situation.
Along with strong interest in CB Brandon Carr, the Cowboys will bring in LB Dan Connor and TE Kellen Davis for free-agent visits, according to a league source.
The Cowboys are in the market for a cornerback after releasing Terence Newman, and have their sights set on former Chiefs CB Brandon Carr.
The Dallas Cowboys are making late moves to create salary space heading into free agency.
Posted: Tuesday, March 13th, 2012 | Jason La Canfora Tags: Salary cap penalties, Dallas Cowboys, New Orleans Saints, NFL Management Council, NFL Players Association, Oakland Raiders, Washington Redskins
The league has yet to alert NFL teams of the specific cap penalties to Dallas and Washington, according to league sources.
Two of the league’s most explosive wide receivers — Andre Johnson of the Texans and Dez Bryant of the Cowboys — are among those who are restructuring their deals in order to create more salary cap space for their teams, according to sources.
The Dallas Cowboys have used their franchise tag on LB Anthony Spencer, according to a team source.
As the league continues to make the NFL Scouting Combine a mainstream, fan-friendly event, Cowboys owner Jerry Jones has a suggestion for how to improve the experience for television viewers.
Jason La Canfora‘s conversation with Cowboys coach Jason Garrett makes him think Dallas will franchise linebacker Anthony Spencer.
Jason Garrett, responding to DE Jason Hatcher‘s contention that the Cowboys lack leadership, believes he has the right leaders in the locker room, although he’s always looking to acquire more via the draft and free agency.
There’s no way to sugarcoat the fact that Giants RB Ahmad Bradshaw isn’t a big believer in the Cowboys or their quarterback. You know, Tony Romo.