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    Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones provided some great news regarding three players on their defense. The Dallas Cowboys are currently on a two-game losing streak following the team’s 36-33 overtime loss to the Las Vegas Raiders. The team looks to bring an end to that on Thursday night when they face a New Orleans Saints that is currently on a four-game skid. Ahead of the primetime game, Cowboys owner Jerry Jones provided some great updates on three of their defensive players during an appearance on 105.3 The FAN. Defensive end DeMarcus Lawrence will play against the Saints, while fellow defensive linemen Neville Gallimore and Randy Gregory could return next week for Dallas’ game against the Washington Football Team. Jerry Jones confirms on @1053thefan that DE DeMarcus Lawrence will play Thursday night and that DT Neville Gallimore and DE Randy Gregory could both be back for next week against Washington — Jon Machota (@jonmachota) November 30, 2021 Jerry Jones gives positive updates on DeMarcus Lawrence, Neville Gallimore, Randy Gregory Lawrence had only played in the team’s season-opener against the Tampa Bay...
    FRISCO, Texas (AP) — Dallas Cowboys defensive tackle Trysten Hill’s suspension for punching Las Vegas offensive lineman John Simpson after a Thanksgiving Day loss to the Raiders has been reduced to one game. The NFL suspended Hill two games over the altercation, saying Hill waited nearly a minute in order to confront Simpson after Las Vegas’ 36-33 overtime victory. Hill knocked off Simpson’s helmet with an open-handed punch. NFL and players’ union appeals officer Derrick Brooks heard Hill’s appeal Tuesday and ruled in favor of the third-year player. Hill will miss Thursday’s game at New Orleans but will be eligible to play at Washington on Dec. 12. The league said the suspension was for violations of rules regarding unnecessary roughness and unsportsmanlike conduct, particularly for contact to a player’s face, head or neck. Hill had just played his best game of the season, leading Dallas defensive linemen with five tackles against the Raiders. Dallas’ top pick as a second-rounder in 2019, Hill has played just 15 games in three seasons. He missed the last 11 games of 2020 and...
    Sean McKeon #84 of the Dallas Cowboys beats Brandon Facyson #35 of the Las Vegas Raiders after making a reception to score his sides first touchdown during the first quarter of the NFL game between Las Vegas Raiders and Dallas Cowboys at AT&T Stadium on November 25, 2021 in Arlington, Texas.Richard Rodriguez | Getty Images America loves football on Thanksgiving, and the National Football League remains the beneficiary. The NFL said its Thanksgiving games had the most viewers since 1998, highlighted by the Dallas Cowboys playing the Las Vegas Raiders. CBS aired the late-afternoon game that featured the Cowboys falling to the Raiders in overtime, 36-33. The NFL said the contest averaged 38.3 million viewers across TV and streaming. It was the most-watched NFL regular-season game since December 1990, when the New York Giants played the San Francisco 49ers. That game featured star quarterbacks Phil Simms and Joe Montana and averaged 41.5 million viewers. Fox Sports aired the early Thanksgiving Day game that saw the Chicago Bears beat the Detroit Lions, 16-14. The contest averaged 26.7 million viewers. And NBC,...
    Dallas Cowboys defensive tackle Trysten Hill has been suspended for two games after he threw a punch at Las Vegas Raiders guard John Simpson following Thursday’s Thanksgiving Day game. ESPN’s Adam Schefter reports the suspension starts Thursday night as the Cowboys travel to face the New Orleans Saints. CLICK HERE FOR MORE SPORTS COVERAGE ON FOXNEWS.COM Hill punched the helmet off Simpson, causing teammates and coaches to gather and get involved — even members like Maxx Crosby. Nov 25, 2021; Arlington, Texas, USA; Las Vegas Raiders running back Josh Jacobs (28) is tackled by Dallas Cowboys defensive tackle Trysten Hill (72) in the first quarter at AT&T Stadium. (Tim Heitman-USA TODAY Sports) Hill’s suspensions add to the list of challenges the Cowboys are dealing with. OutKick reported Monday that the Cowboys‘ COVID-19 outbreak that sidelined starting right tackle Terence Steele, three offensive coaches, two strength coaches, had now reached head coach Mike McCarthy, too. Dan Quinn will serve as head coach. ARLINGTON, TEXAS - OCTOBER 20:  Trysten Hill #97 of the Dallas Cowboys at AT&T Stadium on October 20, 2019...
    Tuesday, November 30, 2021. 12:46 p.m. FRISCO, Texas – Dallas Cowboys rookie cornerback Nahshon Wright has been diagnosed with COVID-19, bringing to eight the number of players and coaches at the Texas club who will be sidelined in Thursday evening’s game against the New Orleans Saints due to the virus. . Head coach Mike McCarthy and his five coaches were unable to move with the team to Louisiana after receiving a positive diagnosis. Two players, Wright and Wright Tackle Terence Steel, were eliminated. Wright played defensively from time to time, often training with specialized teams. McCarthy was found to be positive on Monday and admitted to experiencing symptoms the next day. He occasionally coughs during his conference call with reporters on Tuesday. McCarthy attends video conferences of his group. Amari Cooper has been given the green light by medical professionals to return to the Cowboys training camp after missing two games due to Kovit-19. However, McCarthy noted that Cooper had not been trained and had not yet fully recovered. Cooper, who has not been vaccinated against...
    After missing two games due to testing positive for COVID, Amari Cooper’s status for Thursday Night Football is completely up in the air.  While the Dallas Cowboys have welcomed back Amari Cooper from the COVID-19 list, that doesn’t mean that all is well for the star wide receiver. That’s because there’s a chance he might miss his third consecutive game. Per head coach Mike McCarthy, Cooper is still not back to 100 percent and he’s still feeling a little ill. Because of this, it’s not certain that he’ll be able to practice on Tuesday. On top of that, it’s unknown if he’ll be able to suit up on Thursday night against the Saints. Cowboys WR Amari Cooper (COVID-19) is back in building but "still not feeling the best," coach Mike McCarthy said. Still has a cough. "To be determined" whether hell practice today. "My gut would be if he doesnt practice tomorrow, I dont see him going to the game." — Michael Gehlken (@GehlkenNFL) November 30, 2021 Amari Cooper COVID aftermath may cause him to miss Week 13 It’s been...
    Getty Dallas Cowboys WR Amari Cooper. Whether Dallas Cowboys star receiver Amari Cooper will play against the New Orleans Saints depends on who you listen to in the days leading up to game day. Hours after owner Jerry Jones indicated Cooper would suit up against the Saints, head coach Mike McCarthy revealed that the receiver is still feeling the effects of COVID. During a media call, McCarthy indicated that if Cooper does not practice on December 1 he will likely miss the Cowboys primetime matchup against the Saints. “Cowboys WR Amari Cooper (COVID-19) is back in building but ‘still not feeling the best,’ coach Mike McCarthy said,” Dallas Morning News’ Michael Gehlken tweeted on November 30. “Still has a cough. ‘To be determined’ whether he’ll practice today. ‘My gut would be if he doesn’t practice tomorrow, I don’t see him going to the game.'” ALL the latest Dallas Cowboys news straight to your inbox! Join the Heavy on Cowboys newsletter here! Join Heavy on Cowboys! Jones on Cooper: ‘We’re Fully Expecting Him to be Ready by...
    Getty Ezekiel Elliott, Jerry Jones So much for that whole rest thing. Debunking recent media reports, Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones proclaimed starting running back Ezekiel Elliott will handle a “serious load” in Thursday’s road contest against the New Orleans Saints. “The facts are we expect him to have a serious load against New Orleans,” were Jones’ exact words during a radio interview with 105.3 The Fan on Tuesday, November 30, via USA Today’s Jori Epstein. Jones’ declaration flew in the face of a November 26 report by ESPN’s Ed Werder, who wrote the Cowboys “will consider” sitting Elliott at New Orleans, allowing his balky knee time to heal following two straight early-week games. It also somewhat contradicted head coach Mike McCarthy, who himself hinted at an altered role for the $90 million centerpiece. “It’s that time of year,” McCarthy said November 26, via ESPN. “Zeke’s running style is ferocious. He gives a pounding, and he takes some hits. We need to evaluate that, and this week we’ll see what the preparation looks like for him.” His knee...
    The Las Vegas Raiders beating the Dallas Cowboys 36-33 on Thanksgiving Day put up some outrageous TV ratings. According to a Tuesday report from The Hollywood Reporter, the Raiders earning a massive win over Dallas averaged 37.84 million viewers on CBS. (RELATED: David Hookstead Is The True King In The North When It Comes To College Football) That number makes it the most-watched Thanksgiving Day game since 1993.   View this post on Instagram   A post shared by Las Vegas Raiders (@raiders) Next time someone tries to convince you that the NFL is failing or that America isn’t in love with football, just pull up these stats for them. You don’t even really need to say a word because the numbers speak for themselves. It was the most-watched Thanksgiving football game since I was an incredibly young child.   View this post on Instagram   A post shared by Las Vegas Raiders (@raiders) Not only is the NFL not failing, business is absolutely booming when it comes to TV ratings. Even the Lions/Bears game earlier in the day averaged a staggering 26.75...
    Looking at our NFL power rankings, the Dallas Cowboys are falling after another loss, while the New England Patriots won their sixth straight game. 32 Detroit Lions 0-10-1 LW: 32 Everything from the offense to the coaching decisions are just the height of embarrassment. 31 Jacksonville Jaguars 2-9 LW: 31 Urban Meyer is frantically hoping for a phone call from Oklahoma. 30 Houston Texans 2-9 LW: 29 You lose at home to the Jets, you became a candidate for contraction. 29 New York Jets 3-8 LW: 30 The Jets won! Sure, it’s the Texans, but the Jets won! 28 Seattle Seahawks 3-8 LW: 26 It’s over, over. Wow. 27 Chicago Bears 4-7 LW: 27 The Bears are moving back despite winning. What a pathetic showing. 26 New York Giants 4-7 LW: 28 New York only scored 13 points despite being +4 in turnovers, but it got the job done. 25 Carolina Panthers 5-7 LW: 21 It’s all kinds of over for Cam Newton. 24 Atlanta Falcons 5-6 LW: 25 The Falcons are somehow on the edge of the playoff picture....
    Getty Cowboys owner Jerry Jones Things are going from bad to worse for the Dallas Cowboys. Riding a two-game losing streak and now down their head coach, the Cowboys were dealt another blow Monday when defensive tackle Trysten Hill was suspended two games without pay by the NFL for “violations of unnecessary roughness and unsportsmanlike conduct rules,” the league announced. The suspension stems from an incident following last Thursday’s loss to the Raiders during which Hill struck with an open hand the facemask of Las Vegas offensive lineman John Simpson. The punch knocked Simpson’s helmet to the turf and caused a brief altercation between the players, who were separated near midfield at AT&T Stadium. “After the Las Vegas Raiders-Dallas Cowboys game on November 25, you engaged in conduct that this office considers unnecessary roughness and displays a lack of sportsmanship,” NFL Vice President of Football Operations Jon Runyan wrote in a letter to Hill, explaining his punishment. “Specifically, as both teams were shaking hands, you waited more than 50 seconds for your opponent at the 50-yard line. When...
    DALLAS (CBSDFW.COM) – The Dallas Cowboys’ COVID outbreak is one of the biggest in the NFL this season. Public health experts say it shows that the pandemic is far from over. “Just makes you want to be cautious, because if they’re taking all the protocols and they’re having outbreaks, then we just have to step up our game even more,” said fan Tyler Simmons. READ MORE: AAA Texas Offers Tips For Safely Transporting That Perfect Christmas TreeSome Cowboys fans are concerned not only about how the head coach’s case of COVID will affect the team’s season, but also what it means about the continued spread of the virus. “It is a reminder that we still need to take precautions to protect those around us,” said Dr. Erin Carlson, director of graduate public health programs at UT Arlington. Case rates in Texas right now are much lower than they were at this time last year, but public health experts say there’s still a chance people got the virus during Thanksgiving celebrations or travel. “We do expect that there will be a...
    Dallas Cowboys defensive lineman Trysten Hill received a two-game suspension. Here is the reason why. The Dallas Cowboys had an eventful Thanksgiving Day game against the Las Vegas Raiders. Days removed from the 36-33 loss, a player on the Cowboys’ defense was handed a punishment by the NFL. And no, it was not for the involvement in that fight following a second-half punt. Dallas defensive lineman Trysten Hill was suspended two games without pay by the league for “violations of unnecessary roughness and unsportsmanlike conduct rules” following a postgame altercation with Raiders offensive guard John Simpson. As you can see in the video below, courtesy of The Athletic’s Jon Machota, Hill approached Simpson and threw a punch at him once the game was over and the score was final. Cowboys DT Trysten Hill has been suspended two games by the NFL for this altercation after last week’s game against the Raiders https://t.co/hjVvHsi1ku — Jon Machota (@jonmachota) November 29, 2021 Cowboys defensive lineman Trysten Hill was suspended two games Here is the letter and reasoning Hill received for his suspension from...
    Getty Cowboys QB Dak Prescott, HC Mike McCarthy Dak Prescott admitted it felt strange to roam the halls of The Star to begin a new week and not hear the unignorable voice of Mike McCarthy. But the star quarterback knows the show must go on without his COVID-positive head coach as the reeling Dallas Cowboys prepare for a Thursday night NFC road clash at New Orleans. “We’ll miss coach but his health is first and foremost important,” Prescott told reporters by phone on Monday, November 29, via USA Today’s Jori Epstein. “We’ll fight and get everything done that we need to.” Prescott learned of McCarthy’s absence before news surfaced of the latter’s positive test result and Week 13 rule-out. The Cowboys subsequently enhanced COVID protocols inside its hot-bed training facility; after three strength-and-conditioning coaches contracted the virus, the team closed the weight room and told players to temporarily “find off-site options for massage, physical therapy and maintenance,” Epstein reported. Prescott himself has taken stricter measures that include increased mask-wearing and undergoing physical therapy at his home rather than...
    Getty Trysten Hill with Cowboys teammates. Lost in the shuffle of Thanksgiving Day festivities was the fact that Dallas Cowboys defensive lineman Trysten Hill attacked Las Vegas Raiders offensive lineman John Simpson after their matchup. When the game was over and the teams were shaking hands, Hill threw a punch at Simpson’s head that knocked his helmet off. The two men had to be separated. NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport reported after the incident that Hill was not going to be suspended but could get fined. However, the NFL has decided to change course. The league released a statement announcing that Hill will be suspended for two games without pay for violating unnecessary roughness and unsportsmanlike conduct rules. Official announcement of Trysten Hill’s two-game suspension, with explanation: pic.twitter.com/3VSiDRHHKg — Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) November 29, 2021 NFL Vice President of Football Operations Jon Runyan explained his ruling on the matter: In a letter to Hill, Runyan wrote: ‘After the Las Vegas Raiders-Dallas Cowboys game on November 25, you engaged in conduct that this office considers unnecessary roughness and displays a...
    The NFL suspended Dallas Cowboys defensive tackle Trysten Hill for two games Monday for confronting Las Vegas offensive lineman John Simpson and throwing a punch after the Raiders’ 36-33 overtime win on Thanksgiving. Hill, who was sidelined the first eight games of the season while recovering from a torn knee ligament last year, will miss Thursday night’s game at New Orleans and the Dec. 12 game at Washington. He can return Dec. 19 at the New York Giants, the last of three consecutive road games. NFL vice president of football operations Jon Runyan said in a letter to the Hill that the third-year player spent nearly a minute at midfield after the game looking for Simpson and walked the opposite direction from the Dallas locker room to confront the Raiders’ left guard. “You both engaged in a verbal chest-to-chest confrontation which you escalated by throwing an open hand punch to his facemask, forcible enough to cause your opponent’s helmet to come off,” Runyan wrote. The league said the suspension was for violations of rules regarding unnecessary roughness and unsportsmanlike conduct,...
    Dallas Cowboys coach Mike McCarthy has entered COVID-19 protocols and won't be on the sideline for Thursday night's game in New Orleans. McCarthy, who has said he is vaccinated, will be involved in all meetings virtually and will direct game preparations, the team said Monday. McCarthy is the sixth Dallas coach or staff member to be sidelined for the game against the Saints. CLICK HERE FOR MORE SPORTS COVERAGE ON FOXNEWS.COM A virtual news conference scheduled for Monday morning with McCarthy was canceled. The team is conducting meetings virtually while holding in-person practices. There was no immediate word who would serve as interim coach on the sideline in New Orleans. "Although he will not be on the field for the Saints game, McCarthy will continue to direct, and be in involved in, all meetings and game preparations on a virtual basis for the remainder of the week, including Thursday’s meetings in New Orleans," the team said. The Cowboys had a COVID-19 outbreak in the preseason and early part of the regular season. There was a lull for about a month...
    Getty Cowboys head coach Mike McCarthy The hits keep coming for the Dallas Cowboys as head coach Mike McCarthy is latest member of the franchise to test positive for COVID-19. The Cowboys announced that McCarthy will not be able to coach during team’s upcoming Thursday Night Football matchup against the Saints but will still be involved virtually during game week. USA Today’s Jori Epstein reported that the team plans to utilize assistant head coach Rob Davis as the temporary replacement for McCarthy. “Assistant head coach Rob Davis will assume head-coaching responsibilities in person, two people with knowledge of the Cowboys’ plan confirmed to USA TODAY Sports,” Epstein detailed on November 29. “The people spoke on condition of anonymity because they were not authorized to publicly disclose the information. Defensive coordinator Dan Quinn, special teams coordinator John Fassel and offensive coordinator Kellen Moore will also take on additional responsibilities, the person said, in addition to the virtual role McCarthy will continue to play. ” Dallas WFAA’s Mike Leslie had reported defensive coordinator Dan Quinn was expected to assume the...
    Cowboys’ star running back Ezekiel Elliot tells media he has been playing injured and hasn’t been given any time to heal up During media availability on Sunday afternoon, Ezekiel Elliott took a question about his lack of playing time and use in the Dallas Cowboys offense. Zeke’s response addressed that concern, but also shed some light on the running back’s health. Elliott told the media that during the Cowboys’ Week 4 matchup with the Carolina Panthers his knee was injured and he has been struggling ever since then. He says it supposedly gets stiff, but he is working to manage and push through the injury. Elliott would then go on to explain why he has not taken time off to deal with this injury. According to Zeke, none of the coaching staff or medical staff have approached him and suggested he take time off. Elliot expands further, saying he does not believe the possibility of him getting rest for his injury has even come up. Cowboys RB Ezekiel Elliott injured his knee vs. Panthers on Oct. 3. Hes managing it...
    Dallas Cowboys coach Mike McCarthy is out this upcoming Thursday. The team announced Monday morning that McCarthy is out against the Saints this week because of COVID-19 protocols. (RELATED: David Hookstead Is The True King In The North When It Comes To College Football) It’s not clear whether or not he is symptomatic. You can read the full statement from the team below. Statement from the #Cowboys on coach Mike McCarthy, who won’t be on the field for Thursday’s game in New Orleans because of COVID protocols. Assistant head coach Rob Davis is in line for a bigger role on game day, but sounds like it’ll be a group effort. pic.twitter.com/7OgxUHBb4w — Tom Pelissero (@TomPelissero) November 29, 2021 This is really unfortunate for the Cowboys and it’s another reminder that the war against COVID-19 isn’t completely done just yet. While the NFL has done a great job against the virus, we’re not out of the woods just yet. Cowboys’ HC Mike McCarthy is out for Thursday night’s game vs. Saints due to COVID, per sources. — Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) November 29, 2021 ...
    Dallas Cowboys coach Mike McCarthy has entered COVID-19 protocols and won’t be on the sideline for Thursday night’s game in New Orleans. McCarthy will be involved in all meetings virtually and will direct game preparations, the team said Monday. McCarthy is the sixth Dallas coach or staff member to be sidelined for the game against the Saints. A virtual news conference scheduled for Monday morning with McCarthy was canceled. The team is conducting meetings virtually while holding in-person practices. There was no immediate word who would serve as interim coach on the sideline in New Orleans. The Cowboys had a COVID-19 outbreak in the preseason and early part of the regular season. There was a lull for about a month before cases ticked up again, starting with kicker Greg Zuerlein in early November. Right tackle Terence Steele won’t play against the Saints after testing positive for COVID-19. Offensive line coach Joe Philbin and his assistant, Jeff Blasko, are out along with offensive assistant Scott Tolzien. Two members of the strength and conditioning staff won’t make the trip: coordinator...
    The Cowboys COVID outbreak has claimed another victim, as head coach Mike McCarthy will not coach Thursday night’s game against the Saints. Nearly two years after COVID-19 began to spread, its spread is still rippling throughout the globe and throughout the NFL. Rather than a player being placed in COVID protocol it’s a coach. Dallas Cowboys head coach Mike McCarthy will be absent form the team’s TNF game against the New Orleans Saints due to COVID quarantine measures. https://twitter.com/AdamSchefter/status/1465346645147758592Mike McCarthy out for TNF amid Cowboys COVID outbreakAs seen with various players across the NFL, McCarthy will be expected to miss 10 days quarantining away from the team as he recovers from the virus. A Thursday night game gives McCarthy additional time to return, meaning that if the 10-day quarantine began from Nov. 29, he would be able to make the Cowboys’ Dec. 12 game against the Washington Football Team. McCarthy has spoken about how he made a “conscious decision” to receive the COVID vaccine after consultation with Cowboys’ medical personnel. Although McCarthy said he initially had reservations about...
    FRISCO, Texas (CBSDFW.COM) – Dallas Cowboys Head Coach Mike McCarthy will not be on the sidelines for Thursday night’s game against the New Orleans Saints, due to testing positive for COVID-19, the team confirmed Monday morning, Nov. 29. The Cowboys announced Sunday, they were going virtual with meetings this week with COVID-19 infections on the rise again within the team. Schefter said a league source said up to eight positive cases on the Cowboys, including right tackle Terence Steele, Coach McCarthy confirmed Sunday. Offensive line coach Joe Philbin and assistant strength and conditioning coach Kendall Smith will miss their second consecutive games. Three more members of the staff are also out. They are strength and conditioning coordinator Harold Nash, assistant offensive line coach Jeff Blasko and offensive assistant Scott Tolzien.
    FRISCO, Texas (CBSDFW.COM) – Dallas Cowboys Head Coach Mike McCarthy will not be on the sidelines for Thursday night’s game against the New Orleans Saints, due to testing positive for COVID-19, according to ESPN Senior NFL Insider Adam Schefter. The Cowboys announced Sunday, they were going virtual with meetings this week with COVID-19 infections on the rise again within the team. READ MORE: Dylan Molina Charged With Intoxication Manslaughter In Death Off-Duty Euless Detective Alex Cervantes, Bond Set At $300KSchefter said a league source said up to eight positive cases on the Cowboys, including right tackle Terence Steele, Coach McCarthy confirmed Sunday. READ MORE: Little Elm High Students Back In School For 1st Time Since Walkout Got Out Of Hand 10 Days AgoOffensive line coach Joe Philbin and assistant strength and conditioning coach Kendall Smith will miss their second consecutive games. Three more members of the staff are also out. MORE NEWS: 16 Units Damaged In 3-Alarm Apartment Fire In Fort WorthThey are strength and conditioning coordinator Harold Nash, assistant offensive line coach Jeff Blasko and offensive assistant Scott Tolzien.
    The Pittsburgh Steelers have been the league’s model franchise for better than 50 years. Now, though, it’s time to realize and correct some errors. It’s time the Pittsburgh Steelers accept reality. They’re done. Pittsburgh should have started looking to the future this past offseason. Despite starting 11-0 last year, the Steelers got poor quarterback play from Ben Roethlisberger and an offense hampered by his dwindling abilities. The end result was 12-4 and an embarrassing Wild Card loss to the Cleveland Browns. Now, after being blown out 41-10 to finish off a season sweep to the Cincinnati Bengals, the Steelers must give up their delusions. In March, Roethlisberger should have been released. The Steelers could have put out a flowery statement before aggressively trying to draft his replacement. As it happened, general manager Kevin Colbert could have moved up to select Justin Fields or Mac Jones. Instead, the Steelers took a running back in Najee Harris. Through 10 starts this year, Roethlisberger has thrown for 2,502 yards (6.6 YPA) with 14 touchdowns and five interceptions. There’s no threat of a deep...
    Getty Cowboys HC Mike McCarthy As the NFL prepares to enhance its COVID-19 measures, the Dallas Cowboys are enduring a coronavirus outbreak amidst Mike McCarthy’s assistant coaching ranks. McCarthy announced on Sunday, November 28 that Cowboys strength and conditioning coach Harold Nash, assistant offensive line coach Joe Blasko, and coaching assistant Scott Tolzien have joined offensive line coach Joe Philbin and assistant strength and conditioning coaches Kendall Smith and Cedric Smith in the league’s COVID protocol. This, coinciding with offensive tackle Terence Steele’s placement on the Reserve/COVID-19 list, knocking him — as well as the above — out for Thursday’s road game at New Orleans. “Yes, I’ll start with the COVID protocol, we’ve had some positive tests,” McCarthy revealed during his press conference, before naming the afflicted. … “So, we’re working through that. That’s where we are.” The Cowboys returned to The Star on Sunday following their Thanksgiving Day loss to Las Vegas. The team conducted a light practice under intensified mitigation efforts, McCarthy detailed, to prevent further spread of the virus. “After a morning of COVID-19 testing...
    DALLAS (CBSDFW.COM/AP) – The Dallas Cowboys are going virtual with meetings leading into Thursday’s game at New Orleans with COVID-19 infections on the rise again within the team. Coach Mike McCarthy says right tackle Terence Steele is among the positive COVID-19 tests and won’t play against the Saints. Offensive line coach Joe Philbin and assistant strength and conditioning coach Kendall Smith will miss their second consecutive games. Three more members of the staff are also out. They are strength and conditioning coordinator Harold Nash, assistant offensive line coach Jeff Blasko and offensive assistant Scott Tolzien. (© Copyright 2021 CBS Broadcasting Inc. All Rights Reserved. The Associated Press contributed to this report.)
    Oklahoma State football legend Dez Bryant could not have been happier to see the Cowboys win in Bedlam on Saturday night in primetime. With the Oklahoma State football team defeating Oklahoma in Bedlam, former Cowboys standout wide receiver Dez Bryant was there in Stillwater to celebrate the monumental occasion. Bryant may not have played for the Pokes in a decade, but this is home for him. Knowing a win over the Sooners would get the Cowboys one step closer to reaching the College Football Playoff, so much was on the line in this game. While Bryant was there as a fan and a proud Oklahoma State alum, check him out getting fired up over the big win on the field and in the locker room. All Oklahoma State needs to do is beat the Baylor Bears in the Big 12 Championship game to potentially reach the College Football Playoff for the first time in school history. .@DezBryant was TURNT UP for Bedlam ???? (???? @CowboyFB) pic.twitter.com/KL9WG4QR2o — ESPN College Football (@ESPNCFB) November 28, 2021 Oklahoma State football legend Dez Bryant celebrates Bedlam win...
    Getty Cowboys HC Mike McCarthy Dallas Cowboys head coach Mike McCarthy was left speechless in the wake of Thursday’s penalty-fest against the Las Vegas Raiders. By Friday, though, McCarthy had much to say about the controversial 36-33 overtime loss during which his team was flagged a franchise-record 14 times. And said it. “This game was totally off the trend line, as you can see as far as statistics. I’ve already talked to the league this morning, and I anticipate a second conversation, maybe this afternoon,” McCarthy revealed to reporters on November 26, via Michael Gehlken of the Dallas Morning News. One hundred and sixty-six penalty yards were assessed against the Cowboys in the thrilling Thanksgiving defeat, none more backbreaking than a 33-yard defensive interference charged to cornerback Anthony Brown in OT. The infraction — a judgment call — set up Raiders kicker Daniel Carlson’s 29-yard game-winning field goal. Anthony Brown's fourth DPI penalty of the game ????pic.twitter.com/ZnjmKUQwja — PFF (@PFF) November 26, 2021 With 28 accepted fouls between Dallas and Las Vegas, the Turkey Day affair became the...
    The greatest player in Oklahoma State football history Barry Sanders had an awesome message to Cowboys fans after the Pokes beat the arch rival Oklahoma Sooners in Bedlam. Oklahoma State football legend Barry Sanders shared his thoughts on the Cowboys beating Oklahoma in Bedlam on Saturday night. Despite being one of the most celebrated rivalries in college football, the Bedlam Series is grossly lopsided in Oklahoma’s favor. While the Pokes rarely win in Bedlam, Mike Gundy’s team got the job done in dramatic fashion, beating the Sooners in Stillwater, 37-33. This win knocks Oklahoma out of the College Football Playoff picture, as well as gets the Cowboys one game closer to making it. Here is what the Heisman Trophy-winning running back had to say about his alma mater getting its biggest victory of the season over Oklahoma in Bedlam. What a win for @CowboyFB @CoachGundy and the team – but most of all for the fans – #BEDLAM2021 — Barry Sanders (@BarrySanders) November 28, 2021 Oklahoma State football legend Barry Sanders’ message after win in Bedlam Sanders is so proud of his alma mater....
    The New York Giants' firing of offensive coordinator Jason Garrett was long overdue and, according to reports, the team is expecting more turnover this season.  Sources told CBS Sports that Joe Judge had contemplated firing the former Dallas Cowboys head coach just months into last season, despite strong support from ownership.  Judge was reportedly displeased with offensive play in November of last year, eventually leading to the firing of offensive line coach Marc Colombo and Garrett was reportedly expected to go soon after.  JASON GARRETT’S PLAN FOR SUCCESS FALLS FLAT: ‘EXPECTATIONS FOR OUR OFFENSE WERE MUCH GREATER THAN OUR RESULTS’  "It was already bad between them then," one source told the outlet.  Giants head coach Joe Judge talks with offensive coordinator Jason Garrett during the Dallas Cowboys game at AT&T Stadium on Oct. 10, 2021, in Arlington, Texas. (Wesley Hitt/Getty Images) Garrett was fired last week, one day after suffering a 30-10 loss to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and dropping to a 3-7 record and following a 6-10 finish last year.  "One of the things that motivated me to...
    The Dallas Cowboys are going virtual with meetings leading into Thursday’s game at New Orleans with COVID-19 infections on the rise again within the team. Right tackle Terence Steele was among the positive COVID-19 tests and won’t play against the Saints, coach Mike McCarthy said Sunday. Offensive line coach Joe Philbin and assistant strength and conditioning coach Kendall Smith, who missed the Thanksgiving Day loss to Las Vegas after testing positive, won’t make the trip to New Orleans. Three more members of the staff will be out against the Saints in strength and conditioning coordinator Harold Nash Jr., assistant offensive line coach Jeff Blasko and offensive assistant Scott Tolzien. The Cowboys will be missing members of their staff because of the coronavirus for the third time in four games. Running backs coach Skip Peete was out against Atlanta on Nov. 14. McCarthy said players were showing up at the facility Sunday for testing and to-go meals and to make sure their equipment was set for an in-person workout in the afternoon. He said there was a similar plan for...
    Getty Mike McCarthy is not panicking about the Dallas Cowboys. The Dallas Cowboys will be without starting tackle Terence Steele when the team takes on the New Orleans Saints in the upcoming Thursday Night Football matchup. Cowboys head coach Mike McCarthy revealed that Steele was among the players and coaches that tested positive for COVID-19. “Yes, I’ll start with the COVID protocol, we’ve had some positive tests,” McCarthy noted during his November 28 press conference. “So, we have [assistant offensive line coach] Jeff Blasko and [offensive line coach] Joe Philbin is on the list now. Scott Tolzien, the three coaches and then also Terence Steele. So, we’re working through that. That’s where we are.” McCarthy later confirmed that Steele along with the coaches will miss the team’s Week 13 matchup against the Saints. In a bit of good news, star receivers Amari Cooper and CeeDee Lamb are on track to practice leading up to the Thursday Night Football game, a good sign regarding their potential availability. McCarthy declined to reveal Ezekiel Elliott’s status, emphasizing that they would...
    Getty Cowboys offensive coordinator Kellen Moore is expected to get looks for head coaching vacancies. Despite their recent skid, the Dallas Cowboys success this season means offensive coordinator Kellen Moore and defensive coordinator Dan Quinn have become popular names in head coaching rumors. During a November 10 episode of the Locked on Cowboys podcast, analysts Marcus Mosher and Landon McCool discussed who the Cowboys’ top replacement candidates are if either coordinator takes a head coaching gig. Both believe Cowboys head coach Mike McCarthy would likely first look to promote internally if the team loses either coordinator. If Quinn takes another job, senior defensive assistant George Edwards was labeled as a top replacement candidate. Cowboys quarterbacks coach Doug Nussmeier could get a strong look at offensive coordinator if Moore is hired elsewhere. Mosher mentioned 49ers head coach Kyle Shanahan as a “dream candidate” for offensive coordinator if he gets fired by San Francisco. “If we are going to talk about realistic candidates, George Edwards, I think would probably be maybe above him [Al Harris], and on the...
    Getty Cowboys wide receiver CeeDee Lamb is expected to return versus Saints. The Dallas Cowboys expect CeeDee Lamb back for their Week 13 matchup against the New Orleans Saints. Lamb missed the Cowboys’ Week 12 clash versus the Las Vegas Raiders after not clearing concussion protocol. However, as the Cowboys prepare for another Thursday night game, Lamb is receiving an early clearance, per ESPN’s Adam Schefter. “Cowboys’ WR CeeDee Lamb, who missed Thursday’s Thanksgiving Day game because of a concussion, is expected back for Dallas’ Thursday night game against the Saints, per source.” Lamb initially entered the league’s concussion protocol after hitting his head on the field in Week 11 against the Kansas City Chiefs. He exited during the second quarter and hasn’t played since. The Thanksgiving clash versus the Raiders was Lamb’s first NFL game missed after playing in his first 26 career games. The 22-year-old Lamb has emerged as the Cowboys’ top option in the receiving game. The second-year wide receiver has 50 receptions for 740 yards and six touchdowns. The next-closest receiver is Amari Cooper...
    Oklahoma State finally broke through against its greatest nemesis. Spencer Sanders threw for a touchdown and ran for another and No. 7 Oklahoma State beat No. 10 Oklahoma 37-33 on Saturday night to keep alive its College Football Playoff chances and stop the Sooners' streak of Big 12 titles at six. Oklahoma State (11-1, 8-1, No. 7 CFP) snapped a six-game losing streak to Oklahoma. The Cowboys will play No. 9 Baylor next Saturday for the Big 12 championship. The Cowboys have a shot at their first Big 12 title since 2011. "I told them we couldn’t be more proud of them for what they’ve accomplished," Oklahoma State coach Mike Gundy said. "That’s the good news. Next thing is, we need them all back here tomorrow afternoon. We’re in a one-week playoff again." CLICK HERE FOR MORE SPORTS COVERAGE ON FOXNEWS.COM Oklahoma (10-2, 7-2, No. 10 CFP) got the ball one last time at its 20-yard line with 54 seconds remaining and no timeouts. Caleb Williams scrambled and ran 56 yards to put the Sooners in scoring range. "I wasn’t...
    Getty Kansas City Chiefs running back Clyde Edwards-Helaire Early in the second quarter of the Kansas City Chiefs‘ 19-9 win over the Dallas Cowboys in Week 11, running back Clyde Edwards-Helaire took a short pitch from quarterback Patrick Mahomes into the end zone for a touchdown. While he was making his way into the end zone, Edwards-Helaire pointed at Cowboys linebacker Luke Gifford, which caused a game official to throw a penalty flag for unsportsmanlike conduct. Patrick Mahomes runs the option with CEH in the backfield, pitches it to him, and CEH makes his way into the end zone, while also being flagged for taunting????. PAT is good. #Chiefs – 16#Cowboys – 3#ChiefsKingdom pic.twitter.com/PaoW8qW7bx — Devon Clements (@DevclemNFL) November 21, 2021 We’ve now learned that Edwards-Helaire’s pointed finger not only drew a penalty flag from the official’s pocket, but it also sparked a fine from the NFL. The league has fined Edwards-Helaire $10,300 for unsportsmanlike conduct in Week 11, according to NFL Media’s Tom Pelissero. The NFL fined #Chiefs RB Clyde Edwards-Helaire $10,300 for unsportsmanlike conduct in last...
    Take a listen to the Oklahoma State radio call of Collin Oliver’s game-winning sack against Oklahoma on Saturday. The Oklahoma State Cowboys had not defeated the Oklahoma Sooners in the Bedlam Series since 2014. That all changed on Saturday, despite the plethora of tense moments, as the Cowboys won 37-33. Collin Oliver sealed the victory with a clutch fourth-down sack on Sooners quarterback Caleb Williams in the closing seconds of regulation. Cowboys fans heard the call on the ABC national broadcast. Here is how the sack was called by the Oklahoma State radio team. As called on Oklahoma State radio: pic.twitter.com/ucJdGDZQG0 — Timothy Burke (@bubbaprog) November 28, 2021 Oklahoma State radio call of game-winning sack will pump up Cowboys fans Is there a way for Cowboys fans to get even more pumped up after listening to the home radio call? Well, how about after they take a listen to the dejection coming from Oklahoma Sooners radio. As called on Oklahoma Sooners radio: pic.twitter.com/bASN60c5Cv — Timothy Burke (@bubbaprog) November 28, 2021 The Cowboys and Sooners fought tooth and nail in...
    With Oklahoma State earning a huge Bedlam Series win, here is how they can make the College Football Playoff. The Bedlam Series has rarely gone in the Oklahoma State Cowboys’ favor, as evidenced by the Oklahoma Sooners’ 90 victories in 115 meetings. That, and the Cowboys have gone on a six-game losing streak to the Sooners. That all changed on Saturday, as Oklahoma State picked up a clutch 37-33 victory over Oklahoma. With this huge in-state win in the books, does Oklahoma State stand a chance of making the College Football Playoff? We take a look at their odds of doing so.How Oklahoma State can make the College Football PlayoffThere is a path, albeit a lengthy one. The Cowboys already earned a quality win over the Sooners to eliminate them from Playoff contention. They now move on to face the Baylor Bears in the Big 12 championship game next weekend. Oklahoma State would obviously need to win this game to have a chance of making the Playoff. Then, Oklahoma State will need to keep an eye on the SEC title...
    Mike Gundy and the Oklahoma State Cowboys finally got the best of Oklahoma in Bedlam and college football media was hyped after a fantastic game. After the first half of Bedlam, it appeared that an all too familiar song might start playing for Oklahoma State Cowboys fans. Their elite defense allowed 33 points and they were trailing against a team that they’d only won two of the last 18 meetings against in addition to losing the last six clashes. But then the tides turned. The Pokes defense showed up in the second half and suffocated Caleb Williams and the Sooners offense. Moreover, Spencer Sanders and the Oklahoma State offense continued to move the ball well enough and capitalize on huge opportunities. Despite miscues from both sides, it came down to one final possession on which the Cowboys needed a stop. In true bend-don’t-break fashion, they allowed OU to get into opposing territory but forced a fourth down and then came up with a monumental sack to seal the massive 37-33 win.Oklahoma State football wins Bedlam over Oklahoma: College football media...
    DALLAS, Texas (CBSDFW.COM) – The family of a man who traveled from Canada to see the Cowboys play on Thanksgiving is extremely concerned after the 29-year-old father, Aaron Tschritter never made it to the game. Aaron Tschritter (courtesy: handout via Facebook) READ MORE: Dallas Police Ask Public For Help Finding Deadly Hit-And-Run SuspectsNot only did Tschritter not attend the game, his family said no one has seen or heard from him since Nov.25 when he left the Vinty Club in Deep Ellum at 3 a.m. Tschritter is 5’10” tall with short brown hair and hazel eyes. He has a birthmark on his forearm. According to social media posts, calls to Tschritter’s phone go straight to voicemail. His family has checked credit card statements and called at least ten area hospitals in hopes of finding him. READ MORE: Euless Police Detective Killed By Intoxicated Driver In Lake WorthWhat’s especially concerning, according to Tschritter’s loved ones is the fact that he hasn’t contacted any of them. They said that’s “incredibly unlike him” and have therefore filed a missing persons report...
    Oklahoma vs. Oklahoma State live stream for the annual Bedlam Series rivalry game. Oklahoma needs a win to get to the Big 12 Championship Game. It is rivalry week, which means that the Bedlam Series will take place. The Oklahoma State Cowboys take on the Oklahoma Sooners with huge College Football Playoff implications hanging in the balance. Oklahoma State rose to the No. 7 spot in the latest rankings due in part to the loss by Oregon to Utah. They have already clinched a spot in the Big 12 championship game, but their opponents are still to be determined. The Sooners bounced back from their loss to Baylor, as they defeated Iowa State 28-21 last week. They have the chance to make it into the conference championship game, but only if they defeat the Cowboys on Saturday.Oklahoma vs. Oklahoma State odds and betting pick Week 13WynnBET’s Week 13 NCAA odds have the Cowboys favored by just 4.5 points, with the over/under set at 51.0 points. WynnBET Promo: Bet $1, Win $100 if any NFL or college football team scores. Claim...
    Former Oklahoma head coach Bob Stoops brought a flamethrower to a discussion about the Sooners’ rivalry with Oklahoma State. Oklahoma and Oklahoma State occupy the same region, so their rivalry is backed in. The problem is it hasn’t exactly been competitive over the years. The Sooners’ rivalry with Texas has easily overshadowed Bedlam. It’s not like both teams haven’t been competitive at the same time. In fact, nine of their last 11 meetings have seen both come in ranked. Despite that, Oklahoma has had the lion’s share of the victories, whether you look at the past decade, the past 50 years or the full length of the rivalry. That got FOX’s Big Noon Kickoff thinking: Is it even a rivalry? Bob Stoops weighed in. Is it a rivalry if Oklahoma State has only beaten Oklahoma 18 times in 125 tries?Big Noon Bob always delivers. #JustSayin ???? pic.twitter.com/E5gIalqcgI — Sooner Gridiron (@soonergridiron) November 27, 2021 The former Oklahoma head coach didn’t exactly give much respect to the rival there. It can be kind of hard to do that when the...
    The Philadelphia Eagles beat the Giants eight straight times between 2016 and 2020, then tanked their 2020 regular-season finale and kept the Giants out of the playoffs. The one-sided rivalry needed no more gasoline on the fire, but Eagles owner Jeffrey Lurie and GM Howie Roseman wanted more. So they took more from the Giants in April’s NFL Draft. With the Dallas Cowboys on the clock at No. 10, the Giants sitting at No. 11, and the Eagles at No. 12, Alabama wide receiver DeVonta Smith was just within the Giants’ grasp. But the Eagles colluded with the Cowboys on a rare inter-NFC East draft day deal to leapfrog the Giants and steal the smooth Smith. “The rivalry — we’ve talked about the rivalry,” Eagles coach Nick Sirianni said this week. “We were doing whatever we needed to do to get to the player that we really coveted in that draft. That was DeVonta Smith. I’m sure glad we have him.” The Giants pivoted, trading back to No. 20 with the Chicago Bears to acquire...
    Getty Cowboys owner Jerry Jones Difficult as it was, Jerry Jones set aside his unhappiness with the officiating in Thursday’s overtime thriller between the Dallas Cowboys and Las Vegas Raiders, compartmentalizing frayed emotions to espouse optimism over his 7-4 squad, losers of consecutive games. There are two ways of assessing the state of the franchise, and the Cowboys’ owner views his proverbial glass as half full. “I’m very disappointed that these last four ball games have evolved the way they have,” Jones said Friday on 105.3 The Fan, via Jon Machota of The Athletic. “On the other hand, I’m going directly to how things look as we get into the last six games, and hopefully into the playoffs. Yesterday is as as dead as Napoleon. It’s gone. So we have to look at how to improve. The sky is not falling. When you look at the six games ahead that we have, the calvary is coming. We’ve got to take a deep breath and remember that this time of year is normally when you’re dealing with attrition. You’re...
    Raiders kicker Daniel Carlson played the hero in Las Vegas’ overtime win on Thanksgiving against the Dallas Cowboys, but he nearly didn't make it onto the field. Carlson told reporters after the game that he was dealing with food poisoning. CLICK HERE FOR MORE SPORTS COVERAGE ON FOXNEWS.COM Las Vegas Raiders' Daniel Helm (86), place kicker Daniel Carlson (2) and Dallas Cowboys cornerback Nahshon Wright (25) watch Carlson's field goal attempt go through the uprights in the second half of an NFL football game in Arlington, Texas, Thursday, Nov. 25, 2021.  (AP Photo/Michael Ainsworth) "I told them, ‘I’ll find a way to play. If I need to, I’ll find some adult diapers or whatever. I’ll find a trash bag on the sideline.’ It was good to go," Carlson said, via Pro Football Talk. The kicker had to deal with three consecutive penalties before he was even able to attempt the kick. ADVICE JON GRUDEN GAVE DEREK CARR THAT HELPED RAIDERS BEAT THE COWBOYS Las Vegas Raiders place kicker Daniel Carlson (2) is congratulated by Jermaine Eluemunor (72), AJ...
    Getty Derek Carr of the Las Vegas Raiders. After sputtering for three games, the Las Vegas Raiders offense looked explosive and dynamic against the Dallas Cowboys. One wrinkle the team added was using backup quarterback Marcus Mariota in certain packages. One of the plays paid off as Mariota scored a rushing touchdown from the three-yard line in the third quarter. However, the part of the play that went viral had nothing to do with the touchdown. During the play, starting quarterback Derek Carr was sent out wide and lined up as a wide receiver. He was matched up with Cowboys star cornerback Trevon Diggs. Carr looked at Diggs and waved him to come closer. The photo of Carr waving at Diggs quickly went viral. The quarterback had a chance to react to the photo. ???????? https://t.co/W1WheSWlUU — Derek Carr (@derekcarrqb) November 26, 2021 Unfortunately, fans didn’t get to see what Carr could do as a wide receiver as Mariota took the ball and ran it into the endzone without even looking to pass it. Diggs leads the league...
    Getty A pair of Dallas Cowboys wide receivers celebrating after a huge play on the football field. One thing is clear so far this season for the New York Jets, they aren’t quite there yet. Of course that is putting things lightly in the middle of a 2-8 campaign, but I digress. With a bevy of 2022 draft selections and ample cap space, Gang Green will have a chance to flip the script this offseason. One analyst thinks they should make a bold move on offense to surround Zach Wilson with as much talent as possible. ALL the latest Jets news straight to your inbox! Join the Heavy on Jets newsletter here! Join Heavy on Jets! It’s Time to Go All in Baby ???? New Badlands! ????@ConnorJRogers and I preview #Jets vx Texans and discuss why we think they kind of have to win this game…https://t.co/S49YkJsVB9 pic.twitter.com/YhmnkvZYF8 — Joe Caporoso (@JCaporoso) November 24, 2021 On Saturday morning Jets analyst, co-host of Badlands Joe Caporoso said in response to a Twitter question that the green and white “should...
    Oklahoma State football seek their first win against rival Oklahoma since 2015 when the two Big 12 teams meet in Bedlam on Saturday in Stillwater. The Oklahoma State Cowboys, historically, don’t really do well whenever they face the Oklahoma Sooners on the gridiron. While Bedlam is a rivalry many college football fans try to watch on an annual basis, it’s one of the most lopsided rivalries this sport has to offer. The Cowboys don’t fare well against Oklahoma and the Sooners sure have controlled the recent meetings with Oklahoma State. Oklahoma has managed to win 17 meetings dating back to 2000 while Oklahoma State has won just four. The Sooners are currently on a six-game winning streak over the Cowboys after having won every meeting since 2015.Bedlam history: When did Oklahoma State last beat Oklahoma?Oklahoma State’s last win over their rival came in 2014. During that 2014 contest, early on it appeared as if the Sooners would just run away with the win. Oklahoma jumped out to a 28-14 lead at halftime as Oklahoma’s offense appeared borderline unstoppable for Oklahoma...
    The NFL season is already crazy, but week 12 of games could mark another big upswing in the hierarchy. Almost all protests are uncertain. Rarely, only two games are unanimous among the forerunners of the draft, as they all defeat the Broncos and Ravens and win against the Browns. To others, everything seems possible. In the standings, Alain Matteo (106) and Raphael Masmagin (106) are in the lead. Raul Villarroy (103), Victor Rowlier (103), Gregory Richard (101) and Lucas Vola (100) are following. Predict, friends can join the TDActu league in Pronos. Predictions by the Podcast Group Week 12 Residence Out Alain Raul Gregory Raphael Lucas Victor 1 Lions Bears Bears Bears Bears Bears Lions Lions 2 Cowboys Testers Cowboys Cowboys Cowboys Cowboys Cowboys Cowboys 3 Saints Bills Bills Bills Bills Bills Bills Bills 4 Bangladesh Steelers Bangladesh Bangladesh Steelers Bangladesh Bangladesh Bangladesh 5 Texans Jet planes Texans Jet planes Texans Texans Texans...