The Cowboys want to keep Will McClay happy and working in Dallas where he is the bridge between the scouting and coaching departments.
Despite all the offseason issues going into training camp, the Cowboys remain optimistic about linebacker Jaylon Smith's recovery from knee surgery and the current youth movement in the secondary.
The offseason issues surrounding the Cowboys took centerstage during the Cowboys opening press conference prior to the start of training camp.
With the sudden depth in Dallas's backfield, the fourth-leading rushing the NFL in 2015 could be traded.
The Cowboys rookie quarterback finished his second preseason test with two touchdown passes, and two more TD runs in a blowout win for Dallas.
It's been a landmark for the Dallas Cowboys for over three decades. Cowboys Executive Vice President Stephen Jones shares his thoughts on saying good-bye to Valley Ranch
The Cowboys are coming off an injury filled season that saw them go 4-12 in 2015, but Cowboys Executive Vice President Stephen Jones is telling fans not to sleep on the Dallas Cowboys.
The Dallas Cowboys have had a nice offseason thus far, but executive vice president Stephen Jones won't say it has exceeded the expectations of the front office.
Cornerback Orlando Scandrick doesn't have a new deal yet, but the Cowboys were encouraged by his visit to Valley Ranch this week.
Second-year defensive end DeMarcus Lawrence could see some snaps at defensive tackle in 2015, according to Cowboys executive vice president Stephen Jones.