Dallas Cowboys Depth Chart

Dallas Cowboys Depth Chart

NFC East
Stadium
AT&T Stadium
Head Coach
Mike McCarthy
Offensive Coordinator
Kellen Moore
Defensive Coordinator
Mike Nolan
Special Teams Coach
John Fassell
Defensive Scheme
4-3
Team News
Cowboys-Steelers Hall Of Fame Game Canceled

The NFL is canceling the preseason opener Hall of Fame game between the Dallas Cowboys and Pittsburgh Steelers in Canton, Ohio, on Aug. 6 due to the coronavirus pandemic, according to league sources. The Hall of Fame enshrinement ceremony on Aug. 8 is being postponed until next year. With COVID-19 cases on the rise in certain states, there's still no guarantee that the 2020 season will start on time, but the league is doing everything in its power to make that happen, as well as starting training camps on time in late July. But in order to achieve this, we could see more preseason games trimmed off the schedule.

13 days ago
Ezekiel Elliott "Feeling Fine"

Dallas Cowboys running back Ezekiel Elliott is reportedly "feeling fine" after he was recently diagnosed with COVID-19. With Elliott being young and in peak physical condition, the 24-year-old shouldn't suffer from any long term adverse effects of the virus. The former Buckeye could be in store for his most prominent campaign to date in 2020, under new head coach Mike McCarthy and with the team's plethora of quality of receivers, which could ultimately open up the run game even more throughout the season.

14 days ago
Ezekiel Elliott "Feeling Fine"

Dallas Cowboys running back Ezekiel Elliott is reportedly "feeling fine" after he was recently diagnosed with COVID-19. With Elliott being young and in peak physical condition, the 24-year-old shouldn't suffer from any long term adverse effects of the virus. The former Sooner could be in store for his most prominent campaign to date in 2020 under new head coach Mike McCarthy and with the team's plethora of quality of receivers, which could ultimately open up the run game even more throughout the season.

15 days ago
Dak Prescott Officially Signs Franchise Tag

Dallas Cowboys quarterback Dak Prescott has officially signed the franchise tag, committing to stay a Cowboy for at least the 2020 season. Dak and the Cowboys will have until July 15 to work out a long-term deal, but the franchise tag at least ensures that the Dallas signal-caller will report to training camp and other preseason activities on time. The tag will pay Prescott $31.4 million this season, but both sides are reportedly looking to agree on something long-term sooner than later. We know little about what the 2020 NFL season will look like, but one thing we know now is that Prescott will be the one under center whenever Week 1 comes around.

16 days ago
Jamal Adams Pushing For Trade To Cowboys

New York Jets safety Jamal Adams, who requested a trade last week, would prefer to be dealt to the Dallas Cowboys, his hometown team. Adams grew up in the Dallas area and attended high school 31 miles from AT&T Stadium. The Cowboys are one of eight teams he'd accept a trade to without needing a new deal, but the Jets haven't granted him permission to seek a trade. Dallas was a suitor last year at the trade deadline for Adams, but the Jets have no intention of trading him with him being under contract for two more years. An All-Pro in 2019, Adams wants to be one of the highest-paid defensive players in the league and wants an extension before the 2020 season. Dallas could use Adams' services in the secondary, but they only have around $11 million in salary cap room as of right now. No matter where Adams is playing come Week 1, he should be the top IDP target among defensive backs.

16 days ago