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On Fire!
Roy Williams' return to his natural position leads the Cowboys defense back to the top.

Roy Williams can be Roy Williams again. No longer in a position that limits his big play ability, the two-time Pro Bowler has the potential to put up career numbers this year.

by Roy Philpott

Roy Williams

Anti-Cowboys Bias in Canton? We've Got Proof!
A long-running argument is backed up with the facts.

In recent weeks, The Ranch Report has heard from Cliff Harris, Michael Irvin, Drew Pearson and other Cowboys who believe there simply must be some sort of anti-Dallas bias when it comes to the Pro Football Hall of Fame.

by Mike Fisher

NFL comissioner Paul Tagliabue

The Called Shot
Jimmy Johnson's bold prediction came true in the early 1990's.

In the history of sports, there have been many times when good sense was ignored and a jock made a bold prediction. Muhammad Ali was famous for making predictions of his current foe's demise. "Float like a butterfly, sting like a bee, Sonny Liston will go down in three," he claimed.

by Michael Leath

Jimmy Johnson

Hired Gun
Who needs who more? Drew Bledsoe or the Cowboys?

After the Vinny Testaverde experiment went awry last year, it was clear the Cowboys' offense needed a new field general. For all of head coach Bill Parcells' coach-speak about how Testaverde could "make all the throws," it was evident that he wasn't going to move the Cowboys' offense with consistency until a running game was added to his pass-first approach over the team's first several games.

by Steve Lansdale

Drew Bledsoe

Listen Up
Rookie DT makes impression with size, strength … and ears?

When the Dallas Cowboys convened in Oxnard, Calif. in late July for the beginning of training camp, team officials held their annual "state of the Cowboys" address. Head coach Bill Parcells thanked owner/general manager Jerry Jones for the financial commitment he made in the offseason when he brought in free agents Jason Ferguson, Marco Rivera, Aaron Glenn and Anthony Henry.

by Steve Lansdale

Marcus Spears

Teacher Knows Best
Glenn adds veteran leadership, educational resource for young Dallas secondary.

There's no question Glenn still can still play. Despite his relative senior status when compared to his teammates, the diminutive (5-foot-9) Glenn snagged five interceptions for the third time in his career last season (his career high was six, in 1998), raising his career total to 35. He's still one of the toughest, fastest defensive backs in the NFL.

by Steve Lansdale

Aaron Glenn

The Tough Road Ahead
An in-depth look at October's schedule.

If the Cowboys are going to the playoffs, the month of October will have to be a good one.

by Steve Lansdale

Randy Moss

A Closer Look: Anthony Henry
The Cowboys immediately improved their secondary with addition of this physical veteran.

In 2004, the Cowboys failed to sign a corner to replace the departed Mario Edwards. As a result, they were held hostage by woeful play at the position all season long.

by Roy Philpott

Anthony Henry

2006 Draft Preview: Cornerback
An in-depth look at the top cornerbacks available in the 2006 NFL Draft.

It's never too early to take a quick peek ahead to the 2006 NFL Draft. This month, The Ranch Report takes a look at some of the top cornerback prospects in the nation:

by Roy Philpott

Devin Hester

Dual Purpose
The Cowboys picked up two potential steals of the 2005 draft in Chris Canty and Kevin Burnett.

With tremendous and intended purpose, both Kevin Burnett and Chris Canty landed in Dallas to darn the famed Blue Star. When their names were called on the first and second days of this year's draft, neither knew they were destined to become the "poster boys" for the new Cowboys' Regime.

by Scott Knudsen

Kevin Burnett

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