As they look to end a two-game skid, Michael Irvin believes the Cowboys need to get star receiver Dez Bryant more involved in the offense.
Hall of Fame receiver Michael Irvin would have thought Dez Bryant would have a long-term deal with the Cowboys by now.
Hall of Fame receiver Michael Irvin was left miffed by the Cowboys' playcalling on Sunday.
With a big hit and an ensuing skirmish, the Cowboys' defense sent a message during Sunday's scrimmage.
Cowboys greats Michael Irvin and Nate Newton will reportedly advise Josh Brent as he attempts to return to the NFL.
In a sitdown interview on NFL Network, the quarterback sheds light on how close he's become to Dez Bryant.
The Cowboys' five titles have been tied and their sacred Triplets have been trumped. Ouch.
Certain Cowboys rubbing shoulders with the boss shouldn't ruffle feathers because, well, that's the way life works.
According to Jay Novacek, the maturity issues that hampered Dez Bryant's early years are all behind him now.
Michael Irvin has been impressed by how much Dez Bryant has grown over a relatively short period of time.