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Cowboys Sign Spillman

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The Dallas Cowboys and former San Francisco 49ers safety C.J. Spillman have agreed to a deal.  Spillman, who is 28 years old, who played as mainly a special teams player, racked up a career-high 25 tackles last season and was released by the 49ers on Saturday.  Over the last four seasons of his career, he played 59 games for the 49ers.

Spillman began his career with the San Diego Chargers where he played for Cowboys current special teams coordinator Rich Bisaccia. We expect the Cowboys to make a few roster adjustments to incorporate Spillman onto the roster.  They also signed linebacker Korey Toomer to a new deal, so a spot will need to be free’d up for him as well.

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Training Camp Day Two

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Training camp day two was another day of mental reps and pitch count for franchise quarterback Tony Romo.

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The Cowboy way.

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America’s team made its way into Oxnard, California in the usual Cowboy way, with swagger and confidence. This will be the season they break the 8-8 curse.

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Dallas Cowboys heading into Training Camp

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The Dallas Cowboys will be returning to training camp in Oxnard, California next Wednesday. The team is scheduled to practice at 3:45 Pacific time the following day on the July 24.

The Cowboys parted ways with Kyle Orton and we wish him the best of luck in his future endeavors. Brandon Weeden will handle the back up job for now, and we hope, as always, that Tony Romo will be able to play in all 16 regular season games.

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Cowboys Conclude Mini-Camps

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The final days of the Dallas Cowboys mini-camp have concluded. Here are a few observations I made during the course of the last practices before we head into training camp in July. Kyle Orton is still a no show. This is not a real big deal. He has never been a superstar and if he feels confusion at this crossroad in his life, he should be allowed to find his self. At this point of his career, IMO, he should be given his walking papers. Brandon Weeden will fill in just fine and save the team big dollars.

It was good to see Tyrone Crawford and Ben Bass back on the field, after missing all of last season.

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Memorial Day

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We at 360Cowboys are sending our wishes for a happy holiday to you, fellow followers of America’s Team. Each year at this time, we are reminded to celebrate those in our lives who have passed.

It seems like a silly tradition. The reason is this, those who are close to us that have passed, are in our hearts each and every day. This is a good thing!

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Building the Brand: FANSTURN

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FansTurn.com was originally launched in September 2011, and after years of trial and error, failed development, hard work, and persistence, we are proud to announce that FansTurn is finally heading in the right direction and the branding has begun. Every site that belongs to the FansTurn network has the logo pinned to the top left of the page, and the network navigation bar is directly below. We are working to build a complete and comprehensive source of sports news, and are still aggressively pursuing individuals who want to get involved with creating sports network that is comparable to the best.

If you’re interested in joining the team, please visit our opportunities page and fill out your information, we will contact you shortly after.