2016 ScheduleAll times ET

2016 Schedule
13-3, 1st in NFC East
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T.O. takes character criticism personally (1:42)
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Is Romo's next step in television? (1:45)

Todd Archer ESPN Staff Writer 

The Cowboys have reached a deal with veteran offensive lineman Byron Bell on Friday, according to sources, giving them some flexibility in their search for Doug Free's replacement at right tackle. Bell has started 72 games in his career with most of them coming at right tackle. Free informed the Cowboys before free agency began that he intended to retire.

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2dAaron Schatz

Football Outsiders: Cowboys still great on the ground

With the dust settling from free agency, what was considered the NFL's top offensive line in 2016 gets leap-frogged for best such unit. But the Cowboys still have the league's best running back stable.

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2dTodd Archer

Source: CBS joining chase for Cowboys' Romo

CBS is making a strong push to add the Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo to its team, a source told ESPN. The network joins Fox as media companies interested in hiring Romo.

Todd Archer ESPN Staff Writer 

The Cowboys have free-agent offensive lineman Byron Bell in for a visit to The Star. Bell missed last season with the Tennessee Titans due to a dislocated ankle. He has tackle and guard experience and could be viewed as a contender at right tackle for the Cowboys with the impending retirement of Doug Free. Bell met with the Green Bay Packers earlier in the week.

Michael Rothstein ESPN Staff Writer 

Former Michigan DE Taco Charlton said he believed he is a Top 15 guy. Has visits set up with Dallas, New Orleans, Tampa Bay and Miami. Met last night with Saints, Steelers, Ravens and Titans.

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Irvin has faith in Elliott's turnaround (1:33)
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Stephen A. clashes with Irvin over Cowboys (2:08)
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3dJeff Dickerson

Bears sign veteran Sanchez for QB depth

QB Mark Sanchez has signed with the Bears, giving the team a veteran backup for unproven starter Mike Glennon.

ESPN Stats and Information  

In losing Brandon Carr to the Ravens in free agency, the Cowboys lose last season's leader in snaps by a defensive back. Barry Church, who signed with the Jaguars earlier this month, also ranked fourth.

Todd Archer ESPN Staff Writer 

Backup quarterback Kellen Moore did not receive a signing bonus but he had $100,000 of his base salary guaranteed in his one-year deal with the Cowboys. Interestingly that is more guaranteed money than what Darren McFadden received ($80,000) in his one-year deal with the Cowboys.

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Scandrick defends Cowboys fans, Elliot to Stephen A. (2:00)

Team Stats

Passing Yards226.923rd
Rushing Yards149.82nd
Points For26.35th
Points Against19.15th