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Cowboys saved 17 million by restructuring two of the O-Lineman’s contracts

According to Mike Fisher of 105.3 the Fan, the Dallas Cowboys have saved 17 million dollars by restructuring the contracts of Travis Frederick and Tyron Smith. 

This year the Cowboys will have money to spend on some defensive players.

Report: Tony Romo feels the Cowboys will release him

Cowboys QB Tony Romo takes a shot at the NFL for shutting down his convention

Could Tony Romo be cut?

Could Tony Romo be traded?  Yes, he absolutely could, but he does not feel that will happen.  ESPN’s Ed Werder reports that Tony Romo is of the belief that the team will cut him. Werder also says Romo is planning on playing at least two more seasons.

Tony Romo reportedly has a wish list of four teams he would like to join, but it will be interesting to see what happens from here. Tony Romo and Jerry Jones are very close so this would be a classy move by the Cowboys, but will they let him walk without getting anything?  We will see.

Report: Cowboys will likely let Tony Romo pick the team he wants to be traded too

The Cowboys place quarterback Tony Romo on the injured reserve.

Tony Romo could get to pick his new team

This week Adam Schefter was a guest on “NFL Insiders” on ESPN Radio, and when he was asked about Tony Romo’s situation he shed some light.  He said the Cowboys will likely be willing to sacrifice compensation in order to trade Romo to a team he wants to play for.

“I think Tony Romo will decide that landing spot more than the Cowboys themselves because they want to do right by him,” Schefter said. “They want to make sure he’s happy. He will identify that team and the Cowboys will go to that team to try and facilitate a trade. They will not get as much compensation because of the fact that it’s going to be where Tony wants to go.”

While Jerry Jones believes he can convince Romo to stick around in Dallas, Schefter says it will not happen.

“With the numbers being what they are in his contract — the highest salary cap number of any quarterback in the league — and Dak Prescott taking that job, you cannot keep him,” Schefter added.

Zeke is 178 yards from the rookie rushing title; His owner feels he can still get it

Ezekiel Elliott is a stud, but can he break this bad streak?

Ezekiel Elliott is an animal and he should be the leagues MVP

Ezekiel Elliott is 178 yards away from breaking Eric Dickerson’s rookie rushing title, and one person believes he can still break it. That person is his owner Jerry Jones.

While I love records being broke, I think the Cowboys need to sit him and let him rest. Look at the Raiders and the Titans. Both of their quarterbacks are now out and injured. If the Cowboys lost Ezekiel Elliott they would have a big fall off at the running back position. Jerry Jones believes the record is still within reach, this is what he said:

“I thought when he broke that long run, we were possibly in for a longer night with him,” owner Jerry Jones said Tuesday in his weekly radio show on 105.3 The Fan (h/t USA Today Sports). “I thought McFadden coming in – he had some juice to those fresh legs, so we’ll probably be pretty reasonable with how we approach that thing.

“We’ll see how it goes. He certainly will play and will play a lot, but you can never tell. He might find a good running situation up there and he may approach that record.”

What do you think? Should the Cowboys sit him?

Ezekiel Elliott has brought awareness to Salvation Army; Over $182,000 donated already

 

Ezekiel Elliott will not be fined for this act, but he has helped the company out big TIME

Ezekiel Elliott the Cowboys rookie rusher jumped in the Salvation Army donation bin after scoring a touchdown and now according to ESPN.com, Salvation Army is receiving donations like never before.

In the roughly 12 1/2 hours after Elliott’s jump, until 10:30 a.m. ET on Monday morning, the Salvation Army took in $182,000 in online donations, said Lt. Col. Ron Busroe.

Busroe said that was a 61 percent increase over a similar time period from Sunday night into Monday last week.

The publicity surrounding the jump into the oversized kettle was worth at least $4 million in equivalent advertising exposure, said Eric Smallwood, president of sponsorship evaluation firm Apex Marketing Group.

What a great story. This is what Christmas is all about. Good Christmas Story!!!

 

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