2021 Schedule

2021 Schedule
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Cooper, Lawrence nearing return for Cowboys

Dallas Cowboys wideout Amari Cooper and defensive end DeMarcus are both nearing a return to play after having offseason ankle and back procedures, respectively.

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Dak could resume throwing next week for Dallas

Dallas Cowboys quarterback Dak Prescott could resume throwing next week as the team takes a more "conservative" approach to his rehab for a latissimus injury, coach Mike McCarthy said.

The global appeal of 'How bout them Cowboys?' (1:05)
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Will Dak's injury linger on into the season? (0:53)
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Dak feeling no residual effects from last season's ankle injury (2:18)
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Why Dak's arm soreness may be a bit of an issue (1:10)
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Prescott says he's confident lat strain won't linger

Dallas Cowboys quarterback Dak Prescott is not worried the right latissimus strain that has kept him off the practice field the last two days is anything that will linger into the regular season.

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Cowboys' Prescott won't throw for a 'few days'

Dallas Cowboys quarterback Dak Prescott will not throw for a few days with a latissimus injury in his right shoulder, coach Mike McCarthy said.

Why Canty is concerned about Dak's shoulder injury (0:56)
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Dak strains muscle in right shoulder, will 'be fine'

Dallas Cowboys quarterback Dak Prescott was diagnosed with a muscle strain in his right shoulder after leaving practice on Wednesday, and is planning "to be cautious and smart about it."

Elliott looking to rebound in 2021 using nutrition, quickness (0:53)
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Cowboys' Lawrence had offseason back surgery

Cowboys defensive end DeMarcus Lawrence underwent a cleanup procedure on his back in the offseason and will start training camp on the PUP list, coach Mike McCarthy said Thursday.

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Cowboys' Jones: 'I'd do anything' to make SB LVI

Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones said he's always realistic about his team but admitted that making it to Super Bowl LVI is at the top of his mind. "I'd do anything known to man to get to a Super Bowl," he said.

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Jones: Cowboys' vaccination total won't 'limit us'

As training camp nears, Cowboys owner Jerry Jones said Wednesday that Dallas' total of players to receive the COVID-19 vaccination "will [not] limit us in any way as to being competitive," after it was revealed the club did not reach the 85% threshold.

Team Stats

Passing Yards260.18th
Rushing Yards111.817th
Points For24.717th
Points Against29.65th