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Less clarity in Romo's status with Cowboys (1:24)

Joe Lunardi Senior Writer, ESPN.com 

They let me out of the bunker! NIT semifinals coming up at the top of the hour...

Tim McManus ESPN Staff Writer 

Cowboys coach Jason Garrett on Dak Prescott: "I've never seen a rookie quarterback handle everything as well as he did."

Kevin Seifert NFL Nation 

Cowboys coach Jason Garrett said "nothing has changed" with QB Tony Romo's status. "It's something we're working through," Garrett said at the NFL owners meetings. Romo isn't expected back in Dallas but he remains on the Cowboys' roster.

Charles Moynihan ESPN Producer 

Cowboys Coach Jason Garrett on the immediate future of franchise icon Tony Romo: "I don't want to get into specifics (regarding trade rumors) but we continue to work through that situation."

Todd Archer ESPN Staff Writer 

The Cowboys have signed coordinators Scott Linehan, Rod Marinelli and Rich Bisaccia to extensions, according to multiple sources. The Cowboys did not want their coaches to go into 2017 into a lame-duck situation.

Chris Forsberg ESPN Staff Writer 

Celtics forward Jae Crowder is the latest NBA player to receive a Potato Parcel and posted it to his Instagram. The potato takes a jab at the Mavericks for trading Crowder away. Dallas owner Mark Cuban (politely) declined to invest in the company during its appearance on Shark Tank.

ESPN Stats and Information  

Only five players in NFL history have topped 1,000 receptions while playing for only one team. Jason Witten is the only tight end in the group, and he's less than 40 catches behind Larry Fitzgerald for the most among the five.

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Cowboys weren't going to let Witten get away (1:32)

Max Olson ESPN Staff Writer 

Another former Texas player trying to make a comeback: RB Johnathan Gray. The former No. 2 overall recruit graduated a year ago, but a torn Achilles during his draft prep killed his chances of catching on with a team. Gray looked good today and is hoping to earn a tryout with an NFL team.

Max Olson ESPN Staff Writer 

Ex-Texas QB David Ash has been out of the game for two years but participated in Texas' pro day today as a quarterback and punter. Ash had ended his career in 2014 due to concussion symptoms but gained medical clearance to try playing again after discovering a migraine issue had caused those symptoms.

Max Olson ESPN Staff Writer 

Former Texas QB Tyrone Swoopes worked out at tight end during today's pro day and ran a 4.65 in the 40 after checking in at 6-foot-4 and 247 pounds. Swoopes has heard from several NFL teams during this draft process and could be an athletic project worthy of a late-round flier.

Max Olson ESPN Staff Writer 

Former Texas RB D'Onta Foreman said he had to get serious about his diet during the NFL draft process. The nation's leading rusher played around 245-249 pounds last season but said he ate whatever he wanted. He trimmed down to 234 for today's pro day thanks to a steady diet of salmon, brown rice and vegetables. Foreman admitted cutting out ranch dressing was tough, but he's in impressive shape these days.

Max Olson ESPN Staff Writer 

Big day for former Texas RB D'Onta Foreman at his pro day. Since he was held out of the NFL combine for precautionary reasons after a doctor found a small stress fracture in his foot, Foreman came in 100 percent healthy today and ran in the 4.41 to 4.48 range in the 40-yard dash. That's a quality time for a 234-pound back coming off a 2,000-yard rushing season.

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Max Olson ESPN Staff Writer 

Former Texas RB D'Onta Foreman talks about being held out of the NFL combine and where he ranks in a loaded running back draft class.

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Mavs among best-managed NBA franchises

We ranked every front office in the NBA, and the Mavs are near the top. Check back throughout the week as we break down the rankings into three categories: coaches, GMs and owners.

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O'Brien excited about his players, not Romo (0:30)