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Cowboys-Steelers Hall of Fall Game called off; enshrinement ceremony postponed

[ad_1] The preseason-opening Dallas Cowboys-Pittsburgh Steelers game at the Pro Football Hall of Fame in Canton, Ohio, on Aug. 6 is being canceled and the Hall of Fame's Aug. 8 enshrinement ceremony is being postponed because of the coronavirus pandemic, league sources told ESPN.This marks the first time the NFL has had to cancel an event on its calendar, with the Hall of Fame Game annually kicking off the preseason.
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Cowboys’ Ezekiel Elliott feels ‘normal’ after coronavirus diagnosis, concerned with player safety

[ad_1] Dallas Cowboys running back Ezekiel Elliott, who was diagnosed with the coronavirus 10 days ago, said Wednesday that he's back to feeling "normal" but has not been cleared by doctors to work out.Elliott, speaking on a Twitch feed, said he had shortness of breath and a cough for a couple of days."Now, I'd say I feel good," he said.Elliott said he believed that if he were tested again, the
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With franchise tag signed, what’s next for Cowboys’ Dak Prescott?

[ad_1] Now that Dallas Cowboys quarterback Dak Prescott has signed the exclusive franchise tender, here's what we know: He will make at least $31.4 million during the 2020 NFL season.The keywords are "at least."If the Cowboys and Prescott agree to a multiyear contract, the 2016 fourth-round draft pick will likely make more in terms of signing bonus and salary in 2020 depending on the structure of the deal, but for
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Source — Cowboys QB Dak Prescott signs exclusive franchise tender

[ad_1] The Dallas Cowboys have officially received Dak Prescott's signed, $31.4 million exclusive franchise tender, a source told ESPN's Adam Schefter.The two sides have until July 15 to work out a long-term deal, otherwise one cannot be done until after this season. News of Prescott's intention to sign the tender first broke on Sunday.Prescott's decision eliminates the worst-case scenario for the team -- the quarterback missing training camp and signing
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Cowboys’ Travis Frederick wins Halas Award for overcoming adversity

[ad_1] Dallas Cowboys center Travis Frederick has won the George Halas Award presented by the Pro Football Writers of America.Frederick, who retired in March, was selected to the Pro Bowl in 2019 after missing the entire 2018 season with Guillain-Barre syndrome. He is the 52nd Halas Award winner and the second member of the Cowboys to receive the honor, joining Hall of Fame quarterback Roger Staubach (1980).The Halas Award is
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Jets safety Jamal Adams on trade to Cowboys: ‘I’m trying’

[ad_1] Disgruntled New York Jets safety Jamal Adams, who formally requested a trade last Thursday, apparently has a preferred destination -- and it's no surprise.In a cell-phone video posted to social media, presumably shot Sunday in the Dallas area, a fan spotted Adams in his Mercedes SUV and asked, "You coming to Dallas?"Adams replied, "I'm trying, bro."The Cowboys are among the seven teams he'd welcome a trade to, ESPN's Adam
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Dak Prescott plans to sign franchise tag by Monday, source says

[ad_1] Dallas Cowboys quarterback Dak Prescott plans to sign his $31.4 million exclusive franchise tender by Monday, a source told ESPN's Adam Schefter.The two sides still have until July 15 to work out a long-term deal. The Cowboys had placed the franchise tag on Prescott on March 18.By signing his franchise tender, Prescott will be contractually obligated to report to training camp on time, whether or not he and the
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Gerald McCoy urges Cowboys to join Juneteenth walk

[ad_1] Dallas Cowboys defensive tackle Gerald McCoy is urging current and former teammates to walk 2.5 miles on Friday in support of Opal Lee's quest to make Juneteenth a national holiday.McCoy took to Instagram on Thursday to make his pledge for the 93-year-old Lee, who is set to walk 2.5 miles each day from Fort Worth to Washington, D.C., for the second time in four years. McCoy tagged a number
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If Steelers meet Cowboys in Hall of Fame Game, it’ll likely be without fans, Ohio governor says

[ad_1] If the Hall of Fame Game happens, it likely will be without fans in attendance, Ohio Governor Mike DeWine said Tuesday.The game is scheduled for Aug. 6 between the Pittsburgh Steelers and the Dallas Cowboys in Canton, Ohio as a part of the enshrinement weekend."As much as I hate to say this, because we've all been looking forward to that and I know how much it means to the