A Look Back (2007): Cowboys Release Elam and Ball

The Cowboys had some tough choices to make in 2007, when Dallas released defensive backs Alan Ball and Abram Elam. Ball and Elam eventually became big factors in the team’s 2011 free agency plans.

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Greg Ellis vs. Randy Moss: The Final Tally

Randy Moss announced his retirement today, ending a 13-year career that could have begun in Dallas.

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Marion Barber’s Unique Place in Cowboys History

Marion Barber leaves the Cowboys ranked in the top 8 in several rushing categories. He has been one of the best “closers” in the game and deserves to be mentioned with many of the greats in team history.

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Look at the All-Decade Teams for Ring of Honor Oversights

A popular off-season topic focuses on former players who belong in the Ring of Honor. When considering names, don’t overlook the All-Decade teams of the past, which include a few surprising names of former Dallas Cowboys.

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A Look Back (1993): Emmitt Runs Over Eagles for 237 Yards

Watch a clip of the Cowboys 23-10 win over Philadelphia in 1993. In this game, Emmitt Smith set a team record by rushing for 237 yards.

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A Look Back (1976): Cowboys Cut Two Former Star RBs

The Cowboys’ efforts to bring in a new starting running back in 1976 failed when the team cut two former stars before the start of the 1976 season.

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Cowboys Make a List of Disappointing Oversights

The Cowboys gave up too early on a player who later made five Pro Bowls as a member of another franchise. This decision led one writer to include the Cowboys on a list of the Top 10 Most Disappointing Oversights.

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Current and Former Cowboys Nearing Milestones

Jason Witten, Terence Newman, and Jon Kitna are nearing some career statistical milestones. So are some former members of the Cowboys.

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Rest in Peace, Godfrey Myles

Former LB Godfrey Myles died on Friday. He was an important backup during the Cowboys’ Super Bowl days in the early 1990s.

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Staubach’s First Miracle Ranked #8 Comeback of All Time

The Cowboys’ improbable 30-28 win over San Francisco in 1972 was the #8 comeback of all time according to NFL.com.

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