The Cowboys made plenty of news, even on their off day. Quarterback Dak Prescott got his official medical clearance as expected;
even though it’s still not known if he’ll suit up on Sunday, team owner Jerry Jones seemed optimistic.
Jones himself caused a stir or two while at the owners’ meetings in New York:
first by trying to dismiss rumors that Commanders owner Daniel Snyder and his continued ownership would be an
official topic of conversation, and then by reportedly getting testy with Patriots owner Robert Kraft over the
contract of league commissioner Roger Goodell. Both stories will warrant further attention.
Meanwhile, Dan Quinn weighs in on the penalties that plagued his defense Sunday night,
we have an update on Tyron Smith’s rehab efforts, Tony Romo will be back in the house this weekend,
and the Week 6 loss doesn’t really torpedo the Cowboys’ spot in the power rankings.
The team helps a local middle school tackle bullying, we review the lessons learned in Philadelphia,
and we find out where Cowboys Nation ranks among the NFL’s most annoying fans. That’s all up in this edition of News and Notes.
It’s still not decided for sure,
but the man in charge is hopeful that his $40 million man will be back on the job come Sunday when the Cowboys host
the Lions… and have no limitations once he’s back on the field. “From my perspective, from what I can know and see,”
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