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How did Rangers fare at winter meetings?

The Rangers re-signed outfielder Carlos Gomez to a one-year, $11.5 million deal. Did Texas win the most at the winter meetings? Dan Szymborski breaks it down. Surplus wins after winter meetings (Insider)

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Officially Cowboys defensive end DeMarcus Lawrence is questionable for Sunday's game against the New York Giants with a back injury, but he is expected to be available even after missing the last two days of practice. Safety J.J. Wilcox (thigh) will miss his second straight game and cornerback Morris Claiborne (groin) and tackle Chaz Green (back) have also been ruled out.

Why Jason Witten has Matthew Berry's attention (0:30)

Champ. Drive: Applewhite Hired, Heisman Race For 2nd?

Matt Schick, Ivan Maisel and Adam Rittenberg discuss the ramifications of Houston hiring Major Applewhite, debate if it's a race for 2nd place with the Heisman Trophy & more. Plus they chat with '95 Heisman winner Eddie George as well as Steve Walsh and Tony Rice about "Catholics vs. Convicts."

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Bowen: Dez is NFL's toughest in red zone

With the ball floating to the back pylon, few climb the ladder on 50/50's quite like the Cowboys' superstar. Matt Bowen calls Dez Bryant the league's most difficult matchup in the red zone. Bowen's best WRs (Insider)


Top programs experience new beginnings

Three of the top football programs in America will have new coaches roaming the sideline next season. Former Houston coach Tom Herman will be at Texas, Willie Taggart will hold down the fort at Oregon, and Matt Rhule is heading to Baylor.

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Seguin tallies 10th goal with wicked wrister (0:22)
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Answering Week 14's biggest fantasy questions

Can Cowboys TE Jason Witten bounce back following zero targets last week? Is there time for Rams RB Todd Gurley to redeem himself for fantasy owners this season? NFL Nation reporters weigh in.