2021 Schedule

2021 Schedule
1-1, 1st in NFC East
Are the Cowboys legitimate Super Bowl contenders? (1:35)
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Ware, Mathis among first-year HOF nominees

Defensive standouts DeMarcus Ware and Robert Mathis, and receivers Andre Johnson, Steve Smith and Anquan Boldin are among 10 first-year eligible players nominated for the 2022 Class of the Pro Football Hall of Fame.

Todd Archer ESPN Staff Writer 

Monday's home opener vs. Philadelphia is the first of three straight at AT&T Stadium for the Cowboys with an opportunity to get on a roll. “To have three in a row you definitely want to take advantage of that,” Mike McCarthy said. “At the end of the day these games are so hard to win, especially on the road. And the hardest games are the division games. That is really what our focus is on. I didn't even talk about all three games to our team. We are all about Philadelphia right now.”

Spears calls out Greeny for trying to hop on Cowboys' bandwagon (0:50)
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Irvin takes it to Stephen A. during Cowboys debate: 'First time I've seen you sweat!' (2:10)
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Todd Archer ESPN Staff Writer 

Cowboys inactives: S Donovan Wilson, QB Will Grier, DE Chauncey Golston, OT Ty Nsekhe. Jayron Kearse will replace Wilson at safety in the starting lineup, but Malik Hooker is active and expected to see action. Damontae Kazee (quad) was questionable entering the game after getting hurt in Wednesday's practice but he is active and starting. Tight end Jeremy Sprinkle was called up from practice squad for second straight game as COVID replacement for Randy Gregory.

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5dAdam Schefter

Sources: Collins appeal cites excused absences

La'el Collins hopes the NFL will overturn his five-game suspension, citing what he said are valid reasons for multiple missed drug tests, sources told ESPN.

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6dTodd Archer

Cowboys OL Nsekhe hospitalized, out Sunday

Dallas Cowboys offensive lineman Ty Nsekhe, who was taken to the hospital with a heat-related illness on Thursday, will not play on Sunday against the Los Angeles Chargers.

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8dTodd Archer

Sources: Cowboys DE Lawrence out 6-8 weeks

The Cowboys' DeMarcus Lawrence suffered a broken foot in Wednesday's practice that will force him to miss six to eight weeks, according to sources.

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Team Stats

Passing Yards306.06th
Rushing Yards129.07th
Points For24.515th
Points Against24.018th