La'el Collins Nearly Didn't Make It Out Of The Draft

Former LSU offensive lineman La’el Collins had one of the most bizarre NFL draft sagas in recent memory. A surefire first- or second-round pick, Collins’s status was upended when he was named in connection with the murder of his pregnant ex-girlfriend, Brittney Mills. A paternity test for Collins has since come back… » 5/15/15 2:20pm 5/15/15 2:20pm

Randy Gregory Says His Problem Isn't Weed

The Cowboys may have gotten a steal by landing Nebraska pass rusher Randy Gregory in the second round, or they may have gambled away a second-round pick. Gregory, a first-round talent on every board, slipped due to mysterious concerns about his “ability to handle the rigors of the NFL”—inane football jargon for… » 5/05/15 3:43pm 5/05/15 3:43pm

Adrian Peterson: "It Would Be Nice" To Join The Cowboys

It’s the great unrequited trade of our time: Adrian Peterson to the Cowboys. We’ve known that both Peterson and Jerry Jones want it to happen, badly, even before Peterson’s child-abuse charges and lost season had him agitating to get out of Minnesota. He’s just making sure everyone still knows where he’d like to go. » 4/29/15 9:13am 4/29/15 9:13am

DA: NFL, Union Can See Pictures From Greg Hardy Case, Nobody Else Can

The Mecklenburg district attorney has allowed the NFL and the NFL Players Association to view seven photographs it wanted to see from Greg Hardy’s domestic violence case. What exactly is shown in the seven photographs isn’t made clear in the press release, but the announcement is clear on who won’t be seeing the… » 4/06/15 7:27pm 4/06/15 7:27pm

Why Does The NFL Need To See Photo Evidence Of Greg Hardy's Abuse?

The NFL has not yet decided how to punish Cowboys defensive end Greg Hardy—who was convicted of assaulting his then-girlfriend, Nicole Holder, in a bench trial last summer, but later had the charges against him dropped after paying her off to stop cooperating with prosecutors—for violating the league’s personal… » 4/01/15 4:39pm 4/01/15 4:39pm

Dallas Mayor Calls Greg Hardy Signing A "Shot In The Gut"

Dallas Mayor Mike Rawlings sat down for an interview with local reporters to talk about the Cowboys' decision to sign Greg Hardy, who was accused of choking and beating his girlfriend last May. Rawlings has been very outspoken about domestic violence prevention during his tenure, and he does not seem too happy with… » 3/20/15 11:06am 3/20/15 11:06am

Dallas Sportscaster Blasts The Cowboys For Signing Greg Hardy

The last time we checked in with Dallas sportscaster Dale Hansen, he was ripping into the football establishment for suggesting that Michael Sam would make things "uncomfortable" in the NFL. With the Cowboys having signed Greg Hardy—whose then-girlfriend Nicole Holder testified that Hardy strangled and threatened to… » 3/19/15 1:10am 3/19/15 1:10am

There's A Rumor About Some Sort Of Dez Bryant Video

Dez Bryant will soon be a free agent, after the receiver failed to agree to a new contract with the Cowboys. Why would the team be so hesitant in locking up one of the best pass-catching threats in the league? If you believe rumors, Bryant did something on video that's bad, but no media outlet's actually found the… » 2/20/15 5:15pm 2/20/15 5:15pm

Tony Dorsett On CTE: I Didn't Know "The End Was Going To Be Like This"

In 2013, NFL hall of famer Tony Dorsett was among the first few living football players to be diagnosed with signs of the chronic traumatic encephalopathy, a neurodegenerative disease that manifests as dementia and depression. It's gotten worse—by definition, it'll get worse until he dies—and in a radio interview, the… » 2/09/15 3:50pm 2/09/15 3:50pm

Mother Of Joseph Randle's Child Says RB Pulled Gun On Her

Cowboys running back Joseph Randle, who was arrested for allegedly stealing underwear and cologne in October, was involved in an alleged domestic-violence incident at a hotel in Wichita, Kan., on Tuesday. Randle was arrested and charged with weed possession—a charge that was later dropped—and now the mother of… » 2/06/15 6:20pm 2/06/15 6:20pm