This year's group of undrafted receivers reminds Cowboys executive vice president Stephen Jones of the 2006 class that produced a Pro Bowler in Miles Austin.
With Dwayne Harris gone, the Cowboys are facing the question of who will return kicks and punts next season, and part of the answer could involve All-Pro receiver Dez Bryant.
Their running back-less 2015 Draft class notwithstanding, Stephen Jones says the Cowboys are more committed than ever to running the football.
Chris Johnson is on the short list of free agents the Cowboys would call if they decided to add another running back but for the moment, they're not looking.
According to Cowboys executive vice president Stephen Jones, the team knew exactly what they were getting when they drafted Randy Gregory.
The Cowboys won't dismiss the idea of adding another running back at some point, but they're content to enter the season with the group they have.
Despite reports that he was involved in a verbal altercation with a teammate last week, Stephen Jones says Greg Hardy has been fitting in well so far at Valley Ranch.
According to a report, the Dallas Cowboys are no longer pursuing Adrian Peterson, if they ever were.
The Dallas Cowboys are now one of six teams reportedly interested in a potential deal for Adrian Peterson.
Cowboys executive vice president Stephen Jones believes Orlando Scandrick should be at Valley Ranch for the team's offseason conditioning program.