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Cowboys’ Tony Romo retiring, replacing Phil Simms at CBS

DALLAS (AP) — Tony Romo is retiring from the Dallas Cowboys to replace another former quarterback in Phil Simms as lead analyst for CBS. The network announced Tuesday that Romo will be paired with Jim Nantz on Thursday night and Sunday games next season. The former 10-year starter considered multiple network offers while also deciding whether to keep playing after losing the Dallas job to rookie Dak Prescott last season. The departure of the all-time passing leader has been expected since November, when Romo conceded the job after missing 10 weeks with a back injury. The Cowboys were in...

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Did the Giants expose the Cowboys in sweep of Dallas?

EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. (AP) — Maybe instead of looking at what the Cowboys have been doing to the rest of the league, NFL teams should look at what the Giants did to the Cowboys this season. And who knows, maybe what New York could do again should they meet in the playoffs. Dallas’ offense ripped through nearly every opponent during an 11-game winning streak that began after a 20-19 home loss to New York in the season opener. That string ended under the powerful pressure the Giants applied on defense Sunday night: a strong pass rush; sticky coverage of...

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Cowboys Rally Behind Romo, Beat Giants 31-28

EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. (AP) — For awesomeness, Odell Beckham Jr.’s catch couldn’t be topped. For timely rallies, Tony Romo and Dez Bryant trumped it. The Cowboys momentarily might have been in awe of Beckham’s one-handed stab as he fell backward into the end zone while he was interfered with by cornerback Brandon Carr. When it came to making the critical plays to beat the New York Giants on Sunday night, though, Dallas had all it needed in Romo and Bryant. Romo threw two touchdown passes to Bryant, the winner from 13 yards with 1:01 remaining, lifting the Cowboys to...

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TxDOT Joining Forces with Dallas Cowboys for New Phone App.

The Texas department of transportation is working together with the Dallas Cowboys in a campaign to keep pollution down, while also saving gasoline. Drivers aged 18 and older can participate in the “Drive clean Texas” campaign by downloading the new cell phone application. Bring down the application is a web application, what this does is that reminds you when you have to change your oil, the tire pressure, what basically does is that takes preventive measures for the maintenance of your vehicle Through the campaign, one person will win a 2015 Ford Fusion SE hybrid, to be given out on December 21-st. Anyone who wishes to participate has until December 8th at 11;59 pm to register AT www.road...

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