Dallas Cowboys Make Two West Coast Road Trips During Preseason


Dallas Cowboys faithful can stop worrying about if Dez Bryant will be wearing the star logo on his helmet in the long-term, as the upper echelon receiver recently signed a five-year, $70 million contract to remain in Dallas. It was a tense back-and-forth between the two sides, even reaching the possibility that Bryant might hold out in the upcoming campaign.

The Cowboys moved on from DeMarco Murray, last season’s leading rusher, but still have their massive offensive line that should be able to pave the way for Joseph Randle and Darren McFadden, who was signed by the team this past offseason. Dallas is looking to get at least one spot further than last season, when they lost to the Green Bay Packers in the Divisional Round thanks to a controversial Bryant no-catch call on a ball that he appeared to haul in that would have set up the winning score.

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