The Cowboys believe defensive lineman Tyrone Crawford could be primed for a breakout season in 2014.
Former Cowboys defensive tackle Jason Hatcher says the veterans have more "say-so" with the Redskins.
The Cowboys will make history in 2014 by opening against the 49ers for the first time in their 55 years of football. Where the season goes from there is anybody's guess. Here's mine.
Former Cowboys defensive tackle Jason Hatcher says fans made no secret of their dislike of the Redskins after he signed with Washington last month.
The Cowboys are desperate for defensive linemen, and Pitt's Aaron Donald is one of the best available.
After two years of underwhelming plays and serious injury, Tyrone Crawford needs to help the Cowboys.
Despite the losses of DeMarcus Ware and Jason Hatcher, Jerry Jones believes the Cowboys actually have a better defensive line than they did a year ago.
Executive vice president Stephen Jones says the Cowboys are now wary of paying big for players around or over the age of 30.
It won't immediately make up for the losses of Jason Hatcher and DeMarcus Ware, but signing the former Bears' Pro Bowl lineman is a step in the right direction.
The Dallas Cowboys could be compensated for the loss of Jason Hatcher by way of a draft pick.