Cowboys at Rams NFL Week 3 Inactives

Cowboys: QB Dustin Vaughan, CB Tyler Patmon, LB Justin Durant, LB Rolando McClain, DT Davon Coleman, OT Donald Hawkins, DE Anthony Spencer.

Rams: CB Trumaine Johnson, CB Brandon McGee, OL Barrett Jones, WR Tavon Austin, QB Case Keenum, RB Tre Mason, S Maurice Alexander.

Dallas at Tennessee NFL Week Two Inactives

Dallas – DT Ken Bishop, LB Justin Durant, DE Lavar Edwards, OT Donald Hawkins, DE Anthony Spencer, QB Dustin Vaughan, OT Darrion Weems

Tennessee – LB Zach Brown, WR Kris Durham, WR T.J. Graham, CB Brandon Harris, DL DaQuan Jones, QB Zach Mettenberger, OT Byron Stingily

Cowboys Owner Jerry Jones Being Sued For Sexual Assault

Jerry Jones

Cowboys owner Jerry Jones is in the news today but not for the right reasons, as the Cowboys owner is being sued by a woman who says he sexually assaulted her.

The lawsuit was filed by Jana Weckerly, a former exotic dancer, and was filed on Monday stating that Jones assaulted her back in 2009.

Weckerly’s lawyer told the Dallas Morning News that his client is still dealing with “trauma” from the alleged incident.

Overall Weckerly is looking for more than $1 in damages. The suit also says that the Cowboys and Jones were looking to cover up the assault.

The suit also claims that Jones and the Cowboys conspired to cover up the assault. Weckerly seeks more than $1 million in damages.

Weckerly’s lawyer sent a press release to several media outlets last week, claiming Weckerly was the person who took the photos of Jones posing with strippers.

Jones has yet to respond to the allegations.

Video: CBS Week One 49ers at Cowboys Preview

Pete Prisco and Pat Kirwan preview the NFL Week 1 matchup between the San Francisco 49ers and the Dallas Cowboys.

49ers at Cowboys NFL Week One Capsule

SAN FRANCISCO 49ERS AT DALLAS COWBOYS

SERIES

49ERS COWBOYS
SERIES LEADER 14-11-1  
STREAKS   Past 3; 4 of past 5
COACHES VS. OPP. Harbaugh: 0-1 Garrett: 1-0
LAST GAME 9/18/11: Cowboys 27 at 49ers 24 (OT). Dallas WR Miles Austin has 9 catches for 143 yards & 3 TDs. Cowboys QB Tony Romo throws for 345 yards & 2 TDs.
LAST GAME AT SITE 11/23/08: Cowboys 35, 49ers 22. Romo completes 23 of 39 passes for 341 yards & 3 TDs. Cowboys WR Terrell Owens records 7 catches for 213 yards, including 75-yard TD.
BROADCAST FOX (3:25 PM CT): Joe Buck, Troy Aikman, Erin Andrews (Field reporter). SIRIUS: 139 (SF), 85 (Dal.). XM: 85 (Dal.).

2013 STATS

PASSING Kaepernick: 243-416-3,197-21-8-91.6 Romo: 342-535-3,828-31 (2C)-10-96.7
RUSHING Gore: 276-1,128-4.1-9 Murray: 217-1,121-5.2-9
RECEIVING Boldin: 85-1,179-13.9-7 Bryant: 93 (3C)-1,233-13.3-13 (T3L)
OFFENSE 323.8 341.1
TAKE/GIVE +12 (T2C) +8
DEFENSE 316.9 415.3
SACKS Brooks: 8.5 Selvie: 7
INTs Brock: 5 Carr: 3
PUNTING Lee: 48.2 (1C) C. Jones: 45.0
KICKING Dawson: 140 (3C) (44/44 PAT; 32/36 FG) Bailey: 131 (47/47 PAT; 28/30 FG)

NOTES

49ERS: JIM HARBAUGH is 1st head coach since 1970 merger to lead team to Conference Championship Game in each of 1st 3 seasons…QB COLIN KAEPERNICK (3,197 pass, 524 rush) joined HOFer STEVE YOUNG (1992) as only 49ers QBs with 3,000+ pass & 500+ rush yards in season. Incl. playoffs, when Kaepernick starts & has 100+ rating, 49ers are 13-0…Pro Bowl RB FRANK GORE rushed for 1,128 yards last year, his franchise-record 7th 1,000-yard season…Pro Bowl TE VERNON DAVIS had 13 rec. TDs last season & added 2 in postseason. Since 2009 (incl. playoffs), leads NFL TEs with 51 TDs. Has 15 TDs in past 18 (incl. playoffs). WR ANQUAN BOLDIN had 1,179 yards in 2013, his 6th 1,000-yard season. Pro Bowl LB PATRICK WILLIS was 2nd on team last year with 104 tackles, his 6th season with 100+ tackles. Since entering NFL in 2007, is only player with 20+ sacks (20.5), 15+ FF (16) & 7+ INTs (7). Pro Bowl LB AHMAD BROOKS had career-best 8.5 sacks last year. Pro Bowl S ERIC REID was only NFC player in 2013 with 4 INTs & 2 FR. CB TRAMAINE BROCK led team with 5 INTs & 13 PD last season, both career highs…COWBOYS: QB TONY ROMO is 63-45 (.583) as starter. Has only 4 4,000-yard seasons in team history & only 3 30-TD seasons. Is 2-0 in career vs. SF, completing 43 of 72 (59.7 pct.) for 686 yards with 5 TDs vs. 0 INTs for 114.7 rating…Pro Bowl RB DE MARCO MURRAY had career-best 1,121 rush yards & 10 total TDs (9 rush, 1 rec.) last year…Pro Bowl WR DEZ BRYANT had 93 catches for 1,233 yards & 13 TDs in 2013. Only Cowboy with 90+ catches, 1,000+ yards & 10+ TDs in consecutive seasons. Has TD in 5 consecutive games. Has 23 rec. TDs in past 24. Since 2011, has 34 rec. TDs, most by NFL WR. Since 2007, Pro Bowl TE JASON WITTEN has 627 catches, most by TE. Is 2nd all-time in receptions (879) by NFL TE. Had 7 catches for 102 yards in last meeting. WR TERRANCE WILLIAMS had 44 catches for 736 yards & 5 TDs as rookie last year, incl. 4 games in row with TD…S BARRY CHURCH led club with 133 tackles last year. DE GEORGE SELVIE had career-best 7 sacks in 2013. CB BRANDON CARR has 10+ PD in each of past 5 seasons, incl. 12 PD last year.

Former Players McNabb and Moss Take Shots At Cowboys Coaching Staff

Jason Garrett

Recently during a roundtable segment filmed for FOX Sports Live, former NFL players Randy Moss and Donovan McNabb joined Brian Urlacher for the nine-minute video analyzing the Cowboys, Jon Machota of the Dallas Morning News reports.

McNabb, the former six-time Pro Bowl quarterback for Philadelphia, explained why he thinks the problems with the Cowboys are not the players on the field.

“I think for the Dallas Cowboys it’s much more than just what we see from the defense and offense, I mean, let’s go upstairs,” McNabb said.

“Let’s talk about the coaching staff. How do you go from Monte Kiffin and Rod Marinelli being a position coach to [Marinelli] now being the defensive coordinator and Kiffin being like a position coach? And it’s the same on the offensive end. You had Jason Garrett calling plays, supposedly, then Callahan.”

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The Top 20 Hottest Cowboys Cheerleaders and Fans Of All-Time

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The Cowboys forever have some of the hottest cheerleaders in the NFL, as well as some of the beautiful fans!

Today as a little gift to our loyal readers, we give you 20 of the hottest Cowboys ever in this awesome exclusive photo gallery!!!

Enjoy!

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Rod Marinelli High On The Cowboys Defense Entering Camp

Rod Marinelli

Rod Marinelli likes what he saw from his Cowboys defense in the spring, Todd Archer of the ESPN Dallas reports.

The defensive coordinator liked that he has more players along the defensive line. He likes the linebackers’ “movement skills.” He likes how cornerbacks Brandon Carr, Orlando Scandrick and Morris Claiborne can play man-to-man. He likes the growth J.J. Wilcox made at safety opposite Barry Church.

“I think there’s something to prove a little bit,” Marinelli said. “Not something to prove from last year, but there are some guys coming here off the street with something to prove. There are some guys in contract years with something to prove. There are some guys coming out saying, ‘I want to be a better player,’ who have something prove.

“You get that many guys wanting to prove something, then you can become better. Right now what I like is how hard they’re going after their craft.”

“The first thing you do is you take it as coaches and players and you take accountability for it,” Marinelli said. “And no excuses. Now we look forward. Now it’s about the expectations of this group and with expectations you have to execute. It’s that simple. That simple, yet that hard.”