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Catching On
Focusing on non-traditional aspects keeps Keyshawn Johnson among NFL's elite.

Oh, how times have changed. It's inevitable that young players change as they mature. Players go from being stars in college to wide-eyed youngsters when they become professional players.

by Steve Lansdale

Keyshawn Johnson

Boniol Wants "New" New Orleans
Former Cowboys kicker is a man of faith and big dreams.

Will you allow at least one sports figure, an old Cowboys friend of yours and a Gulf Coast native, to discuss the reconstruction of New Orleans without the donning of the customary rose-colored glasses? "Of course we should rebuild it all,'' says Chris Boniol, who you will remember as the Super Bowl-winning kicker for your mid-'90's Dallas Cowboys.

by Mike Fisher

Chris Boniol

The Anonymous Leader
Cowboys center Al Johnson leads by quiet example.

What do stadium public address announcers, game officials and Al Johnson have in common? When they do their jobs to perfection, you don't even notice they're at the game.

by Steve Lansdale

Al Johnson

The Men Behind the Star
Murchison, Schramm built what we've come to know as, "America's Team."

Tex Schramm added small touches to the game, which made it better. He was behind moving the hash marks toward the middle of the field. This gave teams more space to operate and opened up the opportunity for scoring. He also fostered the wider sidelines and the inclusion of radios in the helmets of quarterbacks.

by Michael Leath

Tex Schramm

Coming of Age
LB Bradie James parlays better preparation into unprecedented success.

In college, part of James' success was a result of the fact that him being bigger and stronger and faster than just about everyone he covered and tackled. He was such a superior athlete that, he admits, he didn't always prepare as he should have. When he got to the NFL, that didn't work.

by Steve Lansdale

Bradie James

Too Much?
Roy Williams is a highlight reel on the field, but is he capable of even more?

It's Monday night. Last four minutes.


On the field, Roy Williams is once again looking at the bottoms of a Redskins receiver's shoes as they speed toward the horizon of an end zone. Upstairs in Jerry's suite, watching in almost silent horror is legendary Cowboys defensive back Mel Renfro.

by Mike Fisher

Roy Williams

The Best of the Best
A look back at the greatest games in the history of Texas Stadium.

With the Dallas Cowboys scheduled to leave Texas Stadium after the 2008 season, there's still plenty of time to relive some of the great memories at the home of the NFL's most storied franchise.

by Steve Holley

Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders

2006 Draft Preview: Inside LB
An in-depth look at the top outside linebackers available in the 2006 NFL Draft.

A.J. Hawk won First Team All-Big Ten honors in 2004 after posting a team-high 141 tackles (79 solo), one sack, eight TFL, one forced fumble, one fumble recovery and two interceptions. Hawk is an explosive defender who forces the action. Quickly filling gaps in run defense, Hawk defeats blocks on his way to the action and makes a lot of positive plays.

by Roy Philpott

A.J. Hawk

Three Games and a Catch
The Cowboys-49ers rivalry brings back memories of the best games in NFL history.

If asked, most fans would point to the Redskins or the Eagles as the main rival of the Dallas Cowboys. Stories of past games filled with disappointments or happy memories would come flooding to mind. It goes without saying that years spent in the NFC East offer plenty of fertile ground to make the case for each team being Dallas' archenemy. But perusing the annals of past NFC playoff games reveals another team which has been both a thorn in the side of the Cowboys and the stepping-stone to World Titles.

by Michael Leath

Alvin Harper

A Closer Look: Nate Jones
Nate Jones is a guy that wins your respect through osmosis.

The second-year defensive back is primarily a cornerback; the 2004 seventh-round draft choice played as a slot cornerback last year in the team's nickel and dime packages. But his intelligence and versatility have convinced head coach Bill Parcells to experiment with Jones at safety. "That's still a work in progress," Jones said. "I went through a rigorous offseason program to try to get a little stronger, a little bigger.

by Steve Lansdale

Nathan Jones

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