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Tony Romo pointed here and there, showing receiver Dez Bryant the best way to use a block on the first day of offseason practice.
Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo will miss at least three weeks of offseason workouts after a procedure to remove a cyst from his back.
The deal is worth as much as $110 million, with $40 million guaranteed. The $22 million annual average of the extension is the highest salary in NFL history, slightly trumping the $120.6 million that the Baltimore Ravens gave quarterback Joe Flacco last month over six years.
This ought to give Aaron Rodgers fond memories of the NFL draft.
The Green Bay Packers gave Aaron Rodgers his opportunity when 23 other teams passed.
Are you ready for some Peyton Manning?
The Super Bowl champion Baltimore Ravens will open the 2013 season at Denver in the now-traditional Thursday night kickoff game.
Peyton Manning back in Indianapolis _ in a Broncos uniform.
The NFL schedule is filled with return visits and intriguing matchups, beginning with a road game for the defending Super Bowl champions.
Joe Flacco as Johnny Unitas.
The Ravens certainly will get to celebrate their Super Bowl triumph again in their home stadium, maybe even while honoring the retired Ray Lewis.
The 32-year-old Boldin had said he'd consider retirement rather than leave Baltimore. But going to the NFC champions might change his mind.
On the eve of NFL free agency, trades involving top receivers Anquan Boldin and Percy Harvin grabbed the headlines.
The Baltimore Ravens quarterback will receive a $29 million signing bonus and $52 million in guaranteed money.
Joe Flacco knows his stature as the highest-paid player in NFL history may not last for long, and he's OK with it.
"Anquan was a great receiver for myself and for our football team," said quarterback Joe Flacco, who signed a six-year, $120.6 million deal with the Ravens last week.
"Not necessarily surprised," Flacco said. "You see things like this happen every year in the NFL. It's just the nature of the business. ... Now we've got to put some faith in our young guys and hope they step up to the table and play the way they're capable of playing."