Dallas Cowboys

Stadium: AT&T Stadium | Coach: Jason Garrett
Team RankingOverallRushingPassing
Offense7th147.1 (2nd)236.5 (16th)
Defense19th103.1 (8th)251.9 (26th)


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Cowboys' Greg Hardy called 'woman beater' by teammate
by Jason Butt | CBSSports.com

Cowboys defensive end Greg Hardy got into an altercation with teammate Davon Coleman during a voluntary offseason workout, according to a report from Yahoo! Sports

Hardy reportedly questioned Coleman's work ethic during a conditioning drill, which led Coleman to call Hardy a "woman beater."

Hardy was accused of domestic abuse and was found guilty by a North Carolina judge. On the subsequent appeal, prosecutors dropped charges against Hardy and the case was never presented in front of a jury. 

Hardy has been suspended by the NFL for 10 games due to what transpired in that case. According to FOX Sports, the confrontation between Hardy and Coleman remained verbal

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NFL suspends Cowboys DE Greg Hardy 10 games without pay
by Brandon Wise | CBSSports.com

The NFL has suspended Cowboys defensive end Greg Hardy 10 games without pay, the league announced Wednesday.

Hardy, who only played one game last season after being placed on the Commissioner's exempt list, signed with Dallas in the offseason after the Panthers parted ways with the veteran. Hardy recently resolved his domestic violence charges out of court when a settlement was reached between he and his ex-girlfriend Nicole Holder. The league noted that Hardy violated the NFL's Personal Conduct Policy, leading to the suspension.

Commissioner Roger Goodell had stern words for Hardy in his announcement.

"You must have no further adverse involvement with law enforcement and must not commit any additional violations of league policies," Commissioner Goodell wrote. "In that respect, you should understand that another violation of this nature may result in your banishment from the NFL."

Hardy has three days to appeal the suspension and it will begin September 5, the final day of roster reductions. He will be able to participate in all preseason activities. His first week of eligibility will be Week 11 when the Cowboys face the Panthers on Thanksgiving.

"This suspension is something that we anticipated prior to Greg's signing, and we respect the Commissioner's ruling," Cowboys owner Jerry Jones said. "Our organization understands the very serious nature of this matter. We will use our resources--work closely with Greg and with the league--to ensure a positive outcome."

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Attorney: Greg Hardy seeks to have domestic charges expunged
by Brandon Wise | CBSSports.com

Cowboys defensive end Greg Hardy has filed a petition to have domestic violence charges expunged from the record, according to his attorney per the Charlotte Observer.

The process to have the charges removed could take up to four months.

"Every day Americans who have misdemeanor charges dismissed file for expungement of the charges from their record," said Chris Fialko, Hardy's attorney.

Hardy has the charges against him dismissed in February after his accuser and ex-girlfriend Nicole Holder was unable to testify in a jury trial. Holder received a settlement from Hardy in an undisclosed amount, according to prosecutors.

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Stephen Jones: Cowboys' Tony Romo will have big year
by Shawn Krest | CBSSports.com

Cowboys chief operating officer Stephen Jones is optimistic about his team's quarterback for the upcoming season. 

In an appearance on Dallas' KRLD-FM radio, Jones predicted that Tony Romo will have a career year. 

"No question in my mind," Jones said. "I think he keeps getting better. I actually had a visit with him ... and he said he's felt as good as he has felt in years, in terms of his off-season and how his body feels and the work that he's doing. The last couple of years he has been dealing with off-season surgeries and some uncomfortable things. But he said he thinks he's ready to have the best year he's ever had."

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Cowboys sign Lance Dunbar, Chris Jones to tender offers
by Sean d'Oliveira | CBSSports.com

The Cowboys signed running back Lance Dunbar and punter Chris Jones to their restricted free agent tender offers Tuesday, reports The Dallas Morning News. The offers were for $1.542 million.

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