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9-7, 2nd in NFC East
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In Dan Graziano’s predictions column ☝, he explains there are reasons to like the Cowboys as contenders

In Dan Graziano's predictions column ☝, he explains there are reasons to like the Cowboys as contenders

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Cowboys named 'most valuable' by Forbes

The Dallas Cowboys were once again named the most valuable team in the world by Forbes Magazine, with the Yankees also making the list.

Todd Archer ESPN Staff Writer 

Randy Gregory is grateful he will have another chance to earn a living with the Dallas Cowboys after being conditionally reinstated by the NFL. “It is (my final chance) and if it's not I'm definitely treating it like it is,” Gregory told ESPN. “I feel like a lot of other organizations wouldn't have stuck around for this ling. I think part of it is just the faith in what I can do on the field, but they also saw that I was a struggling kid that was trying to get himself back on the right path ...I'm a totally different person than I was coming into the league. In some ways better. I think Jerry (Jones) and the whole organization, they understood the situation fully and there was going to be some setbacks. Hopefully this is the last one as far as all that.”

Vander Esch visits hometown high school (2:13)

Todd Archer ESPN Staff Writer 

Because of the two suspensions, the Cowboys have Randy Gregory under contract through 2020. He signed a four-year deal as a second-round pick in 2015.

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3dTodd Archer

Cowboys' Gregory reinstated from suspension

The NFL has reinstated Dallas Cowboys defensive end Randy Gregory, who was suspended all of last season over multiple violations of the league's substance abuse policy.

Schefter: Gregory improves Cowboys' pass rush (1:10)
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Cowboys don't sign Lawrence before deadline

The Cowboys did not agree with DeMarcus Lawrence on a long-term deal by Monday's deadline to sign franchised players. The star defensive end will play this season under a $17.143 million franchise tag.

Todd Archer ESPN Staff Writer 

No surprise here: with 4 p.m. deadline closing, multiple sources say the Cowboys and DeMarcus Lawrence will not reach a long-term deal, which means Lawrence will play 2018 on the franchise tag. Lawrence signed the $17.143 million tag in March and there have been no discussions on a multi-year deal since. It is quite possible the Cowboys and Lawrence go through the same dance in 2019, especially if he has another Pro Bowl-type season.

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Sources: Cowboys' Lawrence likely to play on tag

The Cowboys and defensive end DeMarcus Lawrence are unlikely to reach a long-term deal ahead of Monday's deadline for teams to sign franchised players, sources told ESPN's Adam Schefter.

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Despite catch rule change, refs defend rulings

Some veteran NFL referees don't see the revamped catch rule as a big change for games because they believe they've already been calling catches the new way.

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DeMarco Murray retires after seven seasons

Running back DeMarco Murray, who was named the 2014 Offensive Player of the Year, announced his retirement Friday after seven seasons in the NFL.

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7dESPN.com staff

NFC East Q&A: Who will win the division?

Will the Eagles be the first team to repeat as champs in this division since they did it in 2004? They have believers.

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Team Stats

Passing Yards196.326th
Rushing Yards135.62nd
Points For22.114th
Points Against20.8Tied-13th