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Martin Rejoins Cowboys With Big New Contract Imminent

FRISCO, Texas (CBSDFW.COM/AP) — After being missed on the practice field for three weeks of organized team activities, Zack Martin is practicing with the Dallas Cowboys again as the two-time All-Pro closes in on a contract that’s expected to make him the highest-paid guard in the NFL. 415 more words


Cowboys ink guard Zack Martin to six-year extension with record guaranteed money

The Dallas Cowboys agreed to terms on a six-year contract extension with offensive guard Zack Martin, according to Ian Rapoport of NFL Network. The deal makes him the highest-paid guard in NFL history. 357 more words


DeAndre Hopkins thinks he can be the NFL’s best wide receiver, Deshaun Watson can be the best quarterback

The Houston Texans boasted the NFL’s top-scoring offense last season when Deshaun Watson was lined up under center. Watson was on pace to throw 43 passing touchdowns, but an ACL tear back in October promptly ended his remarkable rookie campaign. 247 more words


How will Brandon Marshall’s signing with Seattle affect the top three wide receiver free agents?

Yesterday Brandon Marshall, a seven time pro bowler, signed a one year deal worth up to two million dollars with the Seattle Seahawks. What does this mean for Eric Decker, Dez Bryant, and Jeremy Maclin? 89 more words


Madden NFL 19 Hall of Fame Edition to feature Terrell Owens on the cover

Terrell Owens was voted in to the Hall of Fame back in February, and now he will be the cover athlete for the Hall of Fame Edition of Madden NFL 19. 199 more words


Texans have third-best odds of representing the AFC in Super Bowl LIII

The New England Patriots and Pittsburgh Steelers both went 13-3 in 2017. The Houston Texans were on the other end of the spectrum, plummeting to a 4-12 record and finishing in the cellar of the AFC South, winning more games than only two teams in the NFL: the 3-13 New York Giants and 0-16 Cleveland Browns. 255 more words


Cowboys tight end Jason Witten retires, will join ESPN’s ‘Monday Night Football’

Jason Witten is the second Dallas Cowboys star in as many years to retire and pursue a career in broadcasting. The 15-year veteran will replace Jon Gruden as the lead analyst on ESPN’s ‘Monday Night Football.’ 206 more words