The Dallas Cowboys have waived struggling kicker Brett Maher and replaced him with eight-year veteran Kai Forbath. Maher is the only kicker in NFL history with three field goals of at least 60 yards. But the Cowboys couldn’t count on him for the shorter ones that are often more critical. It’s the second time Forbath has replaced a struggling kicker midseason. The 32-year-old did it with Minnesota in 2016. Forbath took over for Blair Walsh and made all 15 field goals that season.
NFL commissioner Roger Goodell has summoned Dallas Cowboys running back Ezekiel Elliott to a meeting Tuesday at league offices. The subject of the meeting will be Elliott’s involvement in an incident in Las Vegas in […]
Dallas Cowboys center Travis Fredrick announced his retirement from the NFL on Monday. pic.twitter.com/oGeKaS5byA — Travis Frederick (@tfrederick72) March 23, 2020 The Cowboys will turn to center-guard Joe Looney to fill the void, as he […]
The Dallas Cowboys are bringing in former Green Bay Packers head coach Mike McCarthy for an interview, sources tell NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport. “Sources: Former #Packers coach Mike McCarthy is headed to Dallas to speak […]