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Dallas Cowboys

Stadium: AT&T Stadium | Coach: Jason Garrett
Team RankingOverallRushingPassing
Offense7th147.1 (2nd)236.5 (16th)
Defense19th103.1 (8th)251.9 (26th)


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Cowboys' Randy Gregory: 'I don't think it's a weed problem'
by Sean d'Oliveira | CBSSports.com

Despite failing a drug test at the scouting combine in February, Cowboys defensive end Randy Gregory said he doesn't have a marijuana problem, reports The Dallas Morning News.

"I haven't touched it," he said. "I'm feeling real good, too. This is a high in itself, to be honest. I'm high on life right now, and I don't want to lose this high."

Gregory did admit that his decision making needs to improve, which he said will come with more maturity.

"That's something I've definitely been working on and something I can definitely fix," Gregory said. "I'm 22 years old, but I think I carry myself real well and I think I need to carry myself a little bit better as far as decision making goes. I think a lot of people are getting tied up in the weed and think it's just a weed problem. I don't think it's a weed problem. I think it's decision making. I think I'm immature. I'm definitely working on that. I want to prove everyone wrong and I want to do it with this team. I think this is the best team I can do that with."

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Cowboys' Rolando McClain has 2013 charges dismissed
by Sean d'Oliveira | CBSSports.com

Prosecutors dismissed the 2013 charges against Cowboys linebacker Rolando McClain, reports the Associated Press.

Court records obtained by the Associated Press indicated charges from an April 2013 incident were dismissed. During the incident, McClain was arrested after he allegedly cursed at officers. He was convicted of misdemeanor charges for resisting arrest and disorderly conduct, but appealed for another trial.

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Cowboys don't pick up fifth-year option on CB Morris Claiborne
by Elliott Smith | Staff Writer

The Cowboys announced they will not pick up the fifth-year option on cornerback Morris Claiborne, making him a free agent after this season, per ProFootballTalk.com. 

Claiborne is coming off a rough season in which he struggled to recover from a torn patellar tendon, as he only appeared in four games. He also missed six games last year because of a hamstring issue. 

If the Cowboys had picked up the option, they would have been on the hook for more than $11 million in 2016. 

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Cowboys' Brandon Carr not willing to discuss potential pay cut
by Sean d'Oliveira | CBSSports.com

Cowboys cornerback Brandon Carr would not comment on whether the team has asked him to take a pay cut or not, reports The Dallas Morning News.

"Some things I don't discuss out in public," Carr said. "This is one of those."

Carr will count $12.7 million against the cap during the 2015 season if he does not restructure his contract and he declined to say if he'd be willing to lessen the amount.

"I'm still here,'' he said. "I'm here until told otherwise. That's my philosophy. At the end of the day, if I'm playing football then I'm going to give my all for whoever I'm playing for."

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Cowboys RB Darren McFadden maybe used as kick returner in 2015
by Brandon Wise | CBSSports.com

Cowboys running back Darren McFadden could see an expanded role next season, as a kick or punt returner, according to the Dallas Morning News.

Wide receiver Dwayne Harris left during the offseason for the Giants, leaving a vacant spot in the return game.

"We have some guys we feel who can go return right now both punt returners and kickoff returners," coach Jason Garrett said. "And hopefully we'll get a chance to bring some guys in college free agent type guys we targeted as well. We like the guys we have and we feel like we can go play right now with them and also create some competition with some younger guys."

McFadden was a kick returner for the Raiders in 2014 where he had three returns for 59 yards.

"He certainly could," Garrett said. "He's done it in his past."

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