Like the other 31 teams in the NFL, the Dallas Cowboys are waiting on the league to announce the salary cap for 2015.
It's unclear if the Cowboys will restructure Tony Romo's contract this offseason, but the option is on the table.
Cowboys executive vice president Stephen Jones says there's no easy answer to the question of what to do with DeMarco Murray.
Cowboys executive vice president Stephen Jones doesn't sound like he plans on going after any high-priced free agents this offseason.
Cowboys executive vice president Stephen Jones isn't ready to close the door on the idea of DeMarco Murray being franchised by the team.
At the moment, the Dallas Cowboys are leaning toward applying the franchise tag to Dez Bryant, executive vice president Stephen Jones said this week.
Cowboys executive vice president Stephen Jones says the team has yet to make a decision on Morris Claiborne's fifth-year option, which would keep him in Dallas through 2016.
Stephen Jones admits the Cowboys have a tough decision to make at right tackle, with Doug Free and Jermey Parnell set to become free agents.
Stephen Jones was glad to see his father Jerry get some recognition in the form of the 2015 Pro Football Writers of America's Executive of the Year.
Despite reports that Rod Marinelli could be Tampa-bound, executive vice president Stephen Jones says the team expects to keep the defensive coordinator with the team.