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The Dallas Cowboys said Friday quarterback Tony Romo signed a six-year contract extension that will likely keep him with the team for the rest of his career.
The Dallas Cowboys camp was mum Monday on the jawing that allegedly took place recently between owner Jerry Jones and injured nose tackle Jay Ratliff.
Dallas Cowboys nose tackle Josh Brent Saturday was charged with manslaughter and drunken driving in the death of teammate Jerry Brown, police said.
The Dallas Cowboys are the most valuable franchise in the National Football League at $2.1 billion, Forbes magazine reported Wednesday.
The gloves Muhammad Ali wore in his bout with Floyd Patterson were auctioned for $750,000 at a Las Vegas gala in the former champ's honor, the organizers said.
Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones says he will be among the guests at Saturday's gala wedding of NFL starting quarterback Tony Romo and Candice Crawford.
The Dallas Cowboys announced Thursday Jason Garrett, who coached the team for the final eight games of the season, would remain on the job.
Interim Dallas Cowboys head Coach Jason Garrett will be promoted to the job on a permanent basis, the Fort Worth Star-Telegram reported Sunday.
Officials of the University of Alabama and University of Michigan announced Thursday those schools would open the 2012 season with a game at Cowboys Stadium.