December 2012 - Dallas Cowboys Wiretap

Full List Of 2012 Pro Bowlers

Dec 27, 2012 12:10 PM

The following players have been voted to the 2012 Pro Bowl.

AFC Offense

Quarterbacks — Tom Brady, New England Patriots; Peyton Manning, Denver Broncos; Matt Schaub, Houston Texans

Running backs — Jamaal Charles, Kansas City Chiefs; Arian Foster, Houston Texans; Ray Rice, Baltimore Ravens

Fullback — Vonta Leach, Baltimore Ravens

Wide receivers — A.J. Green, Cincinnati Bengals; Andre Johnson, Houston Texans; Reggie Wayne, Indianapolis Colts; Wes Welker, New England Patriots

Tight ends — Rob Gronkowski, New England Patriots; Heath Miller, Pittsburgh Steelers

Tackles — Duane Brown, Houston Texans; Ryan Clady, Denver Broncos; Joe Thomas, Cleveland Browns; Marshall Yanda, Baltimore Ravens

Guards — Logan Mankins, New England Patriots; Wade Smith, Houston Texans

Centers — Chris Myers, Houston Texans; Maurkice Pouncey, Pittsburgh Steelers

AFC Defense

Ends — Elvis Dumervil, Denver Broncos; Cameron Wake, Miami Dolphins; J.J. Watt, Houston Texans

Interior linemen — Geno Atkins, Cincinnati Bengals; Haloti Ngata, Baltimore Ravens; Vince Wilfork, New England Patriots

Outside linebackers — Tamba Hali, Kansas City Chiefs; Robert Mathis, Indianapolis Colts; Von Viller, Denver Broncos

Inside/middle linebackers — Derrick Johnson, Kansas City Chiefs; Jerod Mayo, New England Patriots

Cornerbacks — Champ Bailey, Denver Broncos; Antonio Cromartie, New York Jets; Johnathan Joseph, Houston Texans

Strong safeties — Eric Berry, Kansas City Chiefs; LaRon Landry, New York Jets

Free safety — Ed Reed, Baltimore

AFC Specialists

Placekicker — Phil Dawson, Cleveland Browns

Punter — Dustin Colquitt, Kansas City Chiefs

Kick returner — Jacoby Jones, Baltimore Ravens

Special team — Matthew Slater, New England Patriots

NFC Offense

Quarterbacks — Robert Griffin III, Washington Redskins; Aaron Rodgers, Green Bay Packers; Matt Ryan, Atlanta Falcons

Running backs — Frank Gore, San Francisco 49ers; Marshawn Lynch, Seattle Seahawks; Adrian Peterson, Minnesota Vikings

Fullback — Jerome Felton, Minnesota Vikings

Wide receivers — Victor Cruz, New York Giants; Calvin Johnson, Detroit Lions; Julio Jones, Atlanta Falcons; Brandon Marshall, Chicago Bears

Tight ends — Tony Gonzalez, Atlanta Falcons; Jason Witten, Dallas Cowboys

Tackles — Russell Okung, Seattle Seahawks; Joe Staley, San Francisco 49ers; Trent Williams, Washington Redskins

Guards — Jahri Evans, New Orleans Saints; Mike Iupati, San Francisco 49ers; Chris Snee, New York Giants

Centers — Jeff Saturday, Green Bay Packers; Max Unger, Seattle Seahawks

NFC Defense

Ends — Jared Allen, Minnesota Vikings; Julius Peppers, Chicago Bears; Jason Pierre-Paul, New York Giants

Interior linemen — Gerald McCoy, Tampa Bay Buccaneers; Henry Melton, Chicago Bears; Justin Smith, San Francisco 49ers

Outside linebackers — Clay Matthews, Green Bay Packers; Aldon Smith, San Francisco 49ers; DeMarcus Ware, Dallas Cowboys

Inside/middle linebackers — NaVorro Bowman, San Francisco 49ers; Patrick Willis, San Francisco 49ers

Cornerbacks — Tim Jennings, Chicago Bears; Patrick Peterson, Arizona Cardinals; Charles Tillman, Chicago Bears

Strong safeties — Donte Whitner, San Francisco 49ers

Free safeties — Dashon Goldson, San Francisco 49ers; Earl Thomas, Seattle Seahawks

NFC Specialists

Placekicker — Blair Walsh, Minnesota Vikings

Punter — Thomas Morstead, New Orleans Saints

Kick returner — Leon Washington, Seattle Seahawks

Special team — Lorenzo Alexander, Washington Redskins

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Felix Jones Has Disappeared With Murray's Return

Dec 26, 2012 11:21 AM

Felix Jones has been phased out of the Dallas Cowboys' offense as DeMarco Murray has returned from a sprained left foot.

Jones has touched the ball just 12 times since Murray's return.

“Felix has been dealing with a lot of different injuries over the course of the year, and he’s gotten healthier and healthier as the season has worn on,” Jason Garrett said. “But just the combination has been right to get DeMarco those chances, and we didn’t have that many plays in the ballgame… DeMarco just has been in those situations and we feel good about that, but we also feel good about what Felix has done for us, so it’s not a knock on what Felix Jones has or hasn’t done.”

Rainer Sabin/Dallas Morning News

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Source: Garrett To Remain With Cowboys In 2013

Dec 23, 2012 12:25 PM

Jason Garrett is expected to remain as head coach of the Dallas Cowboys in 2013 regardless of how the team finishes the remainder of the season, according to a source.

The Cowboys have had a strong second half and Garrett has operated admirably following the death of Jerry Brown.

Jay Glazer/Fox Sports

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Ware Playing Through Elbow, Shoulder Issues

Dec 21, 2012 1:07 PM

DeMarcus Ware is dealing with elbow and shoulder injuries, but is expected to play on Sunday against the Saints.

Ware is wearing a brace to protect a hyperextended elbow.

Calvin Watkins/ESPN

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Cowboys Won't Let Brent On Sidelines For Remainder Of Season

Dec 18, 2012 10:38 AM

The Dallas Cowboys will not allow Josh Brent on the team's sidelines during games for the remainder of the season.

Brent was on the sidelines on Sunday for the Cowboys' game against the Cowboys.

Brent has been charged with intoxication manslaughter in the crash that killed teammate Jerry Brown.

Several of Brent's teammates urged him to attend the game, but Cowboys' officials were unaware.

The organization has expressed support for Brent since the accident, while making it known that it does not condone drinking and driving.

Ed Werder/ESPN

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Stephen Jones Expects Garrett To Remain As Head Coach Of Cowboys

Dec 13, 2012 11:37 AM

Stephen Jones, executive vice president of the Dallas Cowboys, expects Jason Garrett to remain head coach next season.

Garrett is in his second full season as head coach.

“I just think he’s done an outstanding job with this team,” Jones said. “There has been adversity in this season. He’s handled it well. He’s never complained, never blinked. I know our guys play hard for him. I don’t believe anybody has refuted that. No one wants to win more games than Jason. I know he’s disappointed that we haven’t won more games, but at the same time, we do have a winning record right now. We’re in the hunt.”

Jon Machota/Dallas Morning News

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Bryant Has Fractured Finger, Hopes To Keep Playing

Dec 10, 2012 11:17 PM

Dez Bryant suffered a fracture in his index finger in Sunday's win by the Dallas Cowboys over the Bengals.

The Cowboys are hoping Bryant can wait to have surgery until after the season is over.

Ed Werder/ESPN

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Josh Brent Arrested, Jerry Brown Dies In Car Crash

Dec 8, 2012 11:42 PM

Josh Brent was set to make his sixth start of the season Sunday for the Cowboys. Instead he will post bond from an Irving, Texas, jail after being charged with intoxicated manslaughter after a car accident in which teammate Jerry Brown was killed early Saturday morning.

If found guilty, Brent could face two to 20 years of prison time, according to an ESPN.com report.

ESPN.com

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Dez Bryant Avoids Answering Question About Best Under-25 WR

Dec 8, 2012 12:20 PM

A.J. Green has established himself as one of the NFL's best two or three wide receivers over the past two seasons.

Dez Bryant was expected to enter that realm, but has been inconsistent until the past four games.

The Cowboys will meet the Bengals on Sunday.

“I don’t want to answer that question,” Bryant said when asked if Green is the best under-25 WR in the NFL. “He’s nice, I’ll give you that. He’s good. He’s real good. He’s real talented, very explosive, makes plays, clutch.”

Bryant also ranks among the NFL’s top 10 in catches (71), receiving yards (978) and touchdown receptions (eight). 

“It ain’t about proving,” Bryant said. “I don’t want to prove myself to nobody. I just want people to already know this is what it is.” 

Tim MacMahon/ESPN

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