Ezekiel Elliott has everything on hold for the Dallas Cowboys. Oh, and tight end Jason Witten came out of retirement in part because he thought the Cowboys could make the Super Bowl run that eluded him for 15 years before he tried broadcasting for a season. Elliott's teammates believe their two-time NFL rushing champion will return before the opener Sept. 8 at home against the New York Giants.

Dallas Cowboys defensive end Robert Quinn was suspended for next month's first two games of the NFL season by the league on Thursday for violating the NFL performance-enhancing substances policy. Quinn, who suffered a broken left hand in pre-season practice on Tuesday in Southern California, tested positive for a masking agent. He will miss Cowboys' contests against a pair of NFC East division rivals, the New York Giants and Washington Redskins.

Dallas Cowboys defensive end Robert Quinn will require surgery after breaking his left hand during practice on Tuesday. He suffered the injury during a one-on-one drill against left tackle Tyron Smith, according to multiple reports. Jones expects Quinn to return for regular season Cowboys COO Stephen Jones confirmed the injury to reporters and was optimistic about Quinn's ability to return for the regular-season opener against the New York Giants.

Dallas Cowboys defensive end Robert Quinn fractured his left hand in practice at training camp and is expected to miss the rest of the preseason. Quinn sustained the injury during a one-on-one pass rushing drill against star left tackle Tyron Smith on Tuesday. Executive vice president of personnel Stephen Jones said Quinn was returning to Dallas for surgery, but should be ready for the opener Sept. 8 against the New York Giants.

The Dallas Cowboys extended their reign atop Forbes' most valuable teams list, ahead of the New York Yankees, Real Madrid and Barcelona. Forbes released its list of The World's 50 Most Valuable Sports Teams in 2019 and NFL franchise the Cowboys were number one again for the fourth successive year. The Cowboys – five-time Super Bowl champions are valued at $5billion, more than iconic MLB team the Yankees ($4.6bn) and LaLiga duo Madrid ($4.24b) and Barca ($4.02b), with NBA franchise the New York Knicks ($4b) rounding out the top five.

The NFC East has seen a lot of movement during the offseason, including huge contract news at the defending division champions the Dallas Cowboys and the New York Giants losing Odell Beckham Jr. Let's not forget the murkiness surrounding the Washington Redskins' quarterback situation, and whether Carson Wentz will manage to stay healthy throughout the season for the Philadelphia Eagles. The Cowboys play a more difficult first-place schedule in 2019, while the Eagles look to return to the form that made them Super Bowl champions two seasons ago. Here's the outlook for the NFC East heading into training camp: TEAM ON THE RISE: Dallas Cowboys Are the Cowboys back?

Dallas Cowboys tight end Rico Gathers has been suspended for one game without pay due to a violation of the NFL's policy on substance abuse, the league announced Friday. The discipline is related to Gathers' arrest on Aug. 31 in Frisco, Texas, on suspicion of marijuana possession. Gathers, 25, is eligible to participate in all offseason and preseason practices and games.

The Dallas Cowboys and Chicago Bears both traded away their first-round picks in this year's NFL draft to the Oakland Raiders. The Cowboys did so to land wide receiver Amari Cooper in October, while the Bears acquired linebacker Khalil Mack and signed him to a record-setting $141 million deal just before the season started. While those moves could have led to some buyer's remorse on draft day — the Cowboys and Bears, along with the Cleveland Browns, Kansas City Chiefs and New Orleans Saints, are without a first-round pick in the NFL draft on Thursday night — it doesn't sound like that's the case in either Dallas or Chicago.

New York Giants general manager Dave Gettleman wants to convince the world that Eli Manning is as good as ever. Once the Giants made the decision to keep sticking with Manning, after passing on quarterbacks in last year's draft, he had to defend his starter. “We went into last season with Eli and thought he had plenty left,” Gettleman said Thursday at his pre-draft news conference, according to the team's transcripts.

Dallas defensive lineman Tyrone Crawford is active for the wild-card playoff against Seattle after missing a game with a neck injury that sent him to a hospital, and Seahawks left guard J.R. Sweezy is in the lineup while nursing a sprained foot. The Cowboys will be without left guard Xavier Su'a-Filo because of an ankle injury, putting rookie Connor Williams back in the lineup. Williams began the season as the starter before injuring a knee.

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