Darren Woodson and Eric Metcalf headline the eight 2017 inductees into the Texas Sports Hall of Fame, all of whom were honored in a ceremony on Tuesday.
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Saints head coach Sean Payton joins Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge and LZ to talk about the future of Tony Romo and explain whether or not Houston would be a good fit for Brock Osweiler.
Releasing Tony Romo is easier and potentially cleaner for the Cowboys. The timing of the release has salary-cap ramifications, as well.
Tuesday's Five Wonders discusses the Cowboys' contract restructuring and the motivation behind it, along with winning-season streaks.
Dallas freed up $17.3 million, moving under a proposed salary cap of $168 million by restructuring the contracts of two star offensive linemen.
Todd Archer ESPN Staff Writer
The Cowboys have restructured the contracts of All-Pro left tackle Tyron Smith and All-Pro center Travis Frederick, freeing up roughly $17.3 million, moving them under a proposed salary-cap of $168 million for 2017, according to sources. The total cap will be finalized by March 9 when the league year begins. The Cowboys turned roughly $21 million of the $24 million due Smith and Frederick into signing bonus to create the room. Smith was set to make $10 million in 2017, while Frederick was set to make $14.221 million.
The Cowboys received solid play from their special teams in 2016, but to be among the elite they need more big plays from their return units.
Dallas needs a boost on the edge, and Nick Perry would provide a valuable, pass-rushing linebacker.
This week's Cowboys mailbag answers questions about the offensive line and backup quarterback.
ESPN NFL reporter Ed Werder covers Tony Romo's future, teams interested in Romo, the Jets' reaction to the charges against Darrelle Revis and the Patriots' plans for Jimmy Garoppolo.
Bomani wonders what the Texas governor is threatening the NFL with.
People close to Tony Romo tell ESPN's Ed Werder that the popular veteran quarterback is expecting to be released this offseason.
Florida cornerback Teez Tabor is an intriguing prospect because of his size at the position, but he's not without some off-field concerns.
The Texans make the most sense, but the Broncos are another logical destination. Will Romo's injury history scare away interested teams, though? Our Insiders discuss.
Our NFL Insiders addressed where they think Tony Romo, Jimmy Garoppolo, Adrian Peterson, Alshon Jeffery and Jason Pierre-Paul will be playing next year, and now it's your turn. Vote now.
Boosting the pass rush is a priority for Dallas in 2017, but the NFL's demand is typically far greater than the supply when it comes to elite rushers.
Dallas knows it needs to improve its pass rush, and Jerry Jones says the Cowboys plan "to try to do something about it."
A number of teams could find room for running back Adrian Peterson if he can't work out a deal to stay in Minnesota. Could he land with a contender?