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  1. Will Dez get extension before Week 1?

    Tom Carpenter

    WR Dez Bryant sports a base salary of only $1.78 million in the final year of his rookie contract, a ridiculously low number for one of the top handful of receivers in the NFL. His camp and the Dallas Cowboys have been in talks about an extension, bu...

    Blog | August 26, 2014
  2. Why non-elite quarterbacks such as Andy Dalton get elite contract...

    Jim Trotter

    Since the talent pool is so shallow, teams are willing to lavish big bucks on signal-callers who haven't been elite performers, Jim Trotter writes.

    Story | Conversation | August 06, 2014
  3. Cowboys have cap room for more deals

    Todd Archer

    OXNARD, Calif. - With Tyron Smith's eight-year extension, the Dallas Cowboys chewed into their remaining salary-cap space by roughly $1 million. Following the release of quarterback Kyle Orton before training camp, the Cowboys had roughly $10.7 mi...

    Blog | July 30, 2014
  4. Orton move could aid Smith, Bryant deals

    Todd Archer

    IRVING, Texas -- As of July 6, the Dallas Cowboys had $8.021 million in salary-cap space, according to ESPN Stats & Information. With the release of Kyle Orton, that figure should be closer to $10.7 million. The Cowboys gained $2.707 million in...

    Blog | July 16, 2014
  5. NFL - Either owners acted in collusion or Dallas Cowboys and Wash...

    Dan Graziano

    Either NFL owners acted in collusion, or the Cowboys and Redskins did nothing wrong in the uncapped season, writes Dan Graziano.

    Story | Conversation | June 23, 2014
  6. Cowboys chat recap: Where's the rush?

    Todd Archer

    IRVING, Texas -- With the Dallas Cowboys closing up shop on their organized team activities this week, we had a lively chat on Wednesday. In it we discussed: The Cowboys' salary-cap situation. The Cowboys' secondary situation. The Cowboys'...

    Blog | June 13, 2014
  7. Cowboys to gain $5.5 million in cap space

    Todd Archer

    IRVING, Texas -- The Dallas Cowboys will gain $5.5 million in salary-cap space on Monday when the March release of Miles Austin becomes official. As a result, the Cowboys will temporarily have more than $10 million in cap room, but that does not m...

    Blog | June 02, 2014
  8. Miles Austin joins Cleveland Browns

    Todd Archer

    IRVING, Texas -- Former Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Miles Austin has signed with the Cleveland Browns. The Cowboys cut Austin in March in a salary-cap move after he caught just 24 passes for 244 yards and no touchdowns in 11 games last season. ...

    Blog | May 15, 2014
  9. CB gets Cowboys' top undrafted bonus

    Todd Archer

    IRVING, Texas - The Dallas Cowboys have not been shy in giving larger than normal signing bonuses or guaranteed money to undrafted free agents, but their 24 signings totaled $66,500 and no guaranteed money in base salaries. Tarleton State cornerba...

    Blog | May 15, 2014
  10. Door open for Austin to rejoin Cowboys?

    Tom Carpenter

    With diminishing returns on the field and a weighty contract counting against the Dallas Cowboys' salary cap, the club designated Miles Austin as a post-June 1 cut. That will relieve about $5.5 million in cap room for the Cowboys, but they appear ope...

    Blog | May 15, 2014
  11. D-linemen the Seahawks could consider

    Terry Blount

    The Seattle Seahawks lost three quality defensive linemen in the offseason -- defensive ends Chris Clemons and Red Bryant, who were released for salary-cap reasons and signed with the Jacksonville Jaguars, and defensive tackle Clinton McDonald, who s...

    Blog | May 06, 2014
  12. Missing workouts costs Kyle Orton $75,000

    Todd Archer

    IRVING, Texas -- Having missed the first four days of the Dallas Cowboys' offseason program, quarterback Kyle Orton's base salary will decrease if he ends up playing in 2014, according to his contract. Orton has a $75,000 de-escalator for failing ...

    Blog | April 25, 2014
  13. Cowboys' rank in worldwide salary average

    Todd Archer

    IRVING, Texas -- In a recent ranking of sports franchises, the Dallas Cowboys had the highest value of any NFL team, checking in at $2.3 billion. The Cowboys doled out an average yearly salary of $1.875 million in 2013, which ranked 156th among 29...

    Blog | April 15, 2014
  14. SportingIntelligence global salary survey - ESPN The Magazine

    Maya A. Jones and Ross Marrinson

    ESPN The Magazine, with Sportingintelligence, identifies the highest-paying teams in the world in 2014.

    Story | Conversation | April 14, 2014
  15. Cap-space update: Still plenty of room

    Rich Cimini

    The New York Jets continue to rank among the league leaders in salary-cap space -- $24.445 million, according to ESPN Stats & Information. Only two teams have more cap room than the Jets -- the Cleveland Browns ($31.003 million) and the Jacksonvi...

    Blog | April 08, 2014
  16. Clayton's mailbag -- DeSean Jackson deal shows NFC East health

    John Clayton

    The fact that the Redskins could afford DeSean Jackson is a sign that the NFC East is trending upward, writes John Clayton.

    Story | Conversation | April 06, 2014