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Born and raised outside of Dallas I am the only child of a high school football coach and because I was "Daddys Girl" I wound up learning the lessons a coach usually passes on to his son.

I never got a chance to play the game I really love but sports did give me the chance to get ahead in life. Softball helped pay for college and gave me the connections that helped me launch my business career as well as the confidence I needed to make that career a successful one.

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Hey Jerry! We Need To Have A Talk


Jerry Jones is justifiably proud of the Dallas Cowboys' legacy. The time has come for him to once again honor that proud tradition by making an induction to the Ring Of Honor.

Cowboys Defense Relishes The Challenge It Faces


Under Rod Marinelli the Dallas defensive unit will face a serious challenge as it tries to shake off a season that was historically bad. To make matters even worse, they will be doing so with out the services of three key players.

The Best Defense May Be A "Dull" Offense


No matter how much fans my enjoy watching Romo, Dez, and Co. as the try to light up the opposition, Emmitt Smith (once again) tells us that slow and steady will win the race.

Which Cowboy(s) Will Break Out In 2014?


There are many players on the Dallas roster who stand ready to take the next step and have an impact on the team. BTB takes a look at three who are most likely to emerge this season.

The Play Makers Before The Playmaker


Like his teammates Emmitt Smith and Troy Aikman, Michael Irvin now sets the standard for the men who follow in his footsteps, but he too had some big shoes to fill when he first joined the Cowboys.

The Passers Who Built The Foundation For Success


Continuing our look at the time before the Triplets, Blogging The Boys looks at the quarterbacks who built the legacy that Troy Aikman inherited when he rode into town.

Were There Really Cowboys RBs Before Emmitt Smith?


It may be hard for some to believe or remember, but there was a time when Dallas always had at least one guy who could effectively pound the rock. Let's meet a few of them.

Carr Speaks Out On Cowboys Defensive Philosophy


Recently Brandon Carr spoke with the media about the changes that are taking place with the Cowboys defensive strategy. Will the philosophical shift be more evolutionary or revolutionary? Could it be both?

Appeals Court Reverses Decision In Salary Cap Case


The on again off again case regarding the $46 million dollar salary cap penalty imposed on Dallas and Washington is back on...for now.

Is Mo Claiborne Finally Living Up To The Hype?


After two injury hampered seasons, things are finally starting to trend upward for Morris Claiborne. Will the former first-round draft pick regain the starting role in the Dallas secondary?

Can Beasley Be Effective From The Outside?


Conventional wisdom says Cole Beasley's size will put him at a competitive disadvantage, but some outside-the-box thinking says that his elusiveness might serve to offset his liabilities.

Cowboys Mixing Things Up At WR


With a breath of fresh air, Scott Linehan has brought with him a plan to mix up how the Dallas offense lines up. Key among his plans is a scheme to juggle who mans the slot for the Cowboys.

Spencer Takes Next Step Toward Return To Action


While his teammates were on the field participating in OTAs, veteran defensive end Anthony Spencer was also working hard to accomplish his intended return to the team.

Travis Frederick Works To Fulfill His Potential


The Cowboys center returns for his second season determined to lead his teammates to their full potential. To do that he is working hard to perfect the minute details of his position and to develop himself as a leader among leaders.

Coach Pope Brings Out The Best In Gavin Escobar


Recent arrival Mike Pope has taken a raw talent and begun to develop him into a solid option for the Dallas Cowboys offensive arsenal.

Just How Much Better Can Tyron Smith Get?


After making his first trip to the Pro Bowl in 2013, the 23-year-young veteran tackle is pushing himself to become even better. The sky appears to be the limit for Tyron Smith, both as a player and as a team leader.

Tony Romo Discusses Scott Linehan's Addition


While Tony Romo appears to have established a high level of comfort with his new play-caller and his offensive philosophy, does this mean that we are going to see more of the same thing?

J.J. Wilcox Earns Praise At Safety


Early into OTAs, second year safety is earning praise from his counterpart Barry Church for the way he has developed, and Church is not alone in his recognition of the young man's efforts.

"Make A Name For Yourself" - Henry Melton To Team


The Cowboys new defensive tackle is issuing a challenge to each member of the Dallas defense. Coming from the outside to join the team, what he sees is a collection of talented athletes who have the potential to be much more.

Anthony Hitchens Faces Significant Challenge


For a rookie fourth-round draft pick, starting on day one is usually not something he will have to worry about, but for the Cowboys new Mike linebacker, that hurdle is one that he may soon have to face.

Where Do The Boys Go From Here?


The Cowboys have the potential pieces to survive the loss of leader Sean Lee. It is a matter of pulling those pieces together.

Which Cowboy Defender Will Break Out This Season?


Under Rod Marinelli, several Dallas Cowboys defensive players will have a second chance to make their mark in Big D. Who will seize the opportunity?

Linehan Expects Line Will Allow Dallas To Run Free


With a trio of young first round draft picks leading the way, the Dallas Cowboys expect to once again be able to impose their will on opposing defenses.

The Most Beloved Team In Pro Sports: The DCC


Even during a 1-15 season, the Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders remained on top of their game. Let's take a look at what it takes to be one of 'America's Sweethearts".

The Way Of The Rooster: Practice What You Preach


Among the ways Jason Garrett tries to improve himself is by studying other coaches who have experienced success in their sports. Using Duke coach Mike Krzyzewski as a role model, Garrett looks to improve his own skill-set as a leader.

Can Linebacker Be A Position Of Strength In 2014?


Linebacker was expected to be a strong suit in 2013, but it did not turn out to be. Still there are reasons to believe that this season will be different. Earning a job in Dallas will be difficult for the new guys, and for some veterans as well.

Is Tony's Back A Cause For Concern?


With two former quarterbacks, one now a Dallas coach, expressing their concerns for Tony Romo's back, you have to wonder just how healthy he is at this time.

The Cowboys Corners Need To Up Their Game In 2014


While Carr, Claiborne, and Scandrick are all safe from being cut, Dallas has once again brought in some competition to help make the Cowboys secondary a better unit in 2014.

Beyond Church: What Do The Cowboys Have At Safety?


While Barry Church heads up the Dallas corps of safeties, beyond him the waters get a little murky. While a pair of second-year guys return, three rookies are poised to compete for those jobs as well. Add in Matt Johnson as a wildcard.

So Was McClay's Debut A Success? Jerry Says YES!


Following the 2014 NFL Draft weekend, Jerry Jones gives no war room guru Will McClay high marks for his efforts.

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