The Arizona Cardinals stunned the NFL world by acquiring DeAndre Hopkins, while Amari Cooper stays put in Dallas.
Could Tom Brady leave New England after two decades, and will Dallas manage to keep both Dak Prescott and Amari Cooper?
The star wide receiver is set to become an unrestricted free agent later this month but insisted he wants to remain in Texas.
"If you're saying to me, if I can choose what team I want to play on, as far as my favorite team growing up, then I probably tell you the Cowboys," former Alabama quarterback Tua Tagovailoa said during an interview.
Dallas Cowboys' wide receiver Amari Cooper responded to false reports that he had been shot in a Dallas parking lot by posting an Instagram story.
"I had a vodka cranberry in my hand and when they said it to me I put the drink down and said, 'Let's talk a little bit more about this.'" Michael Irvin told WEEI when first hearing of the possibility of the Dallas Cowboys trading Dak Prescott so they can sign Tom Brady.
Since Fox will carry the Super Bowl from Miami in two weeks, Sunday could be Romo's last game in the booth for CBS.
Romo's three-year deal with CBS expires at the end of the current season and he's set to be the most-coveted free agent in the TV market this year.
There are only four coaches from minority backgrounds in the NFL, with Ron Rivera the only one to be hired this year.
The Cowboys named Mick McCarthy the replacement for Jason Garrett on Monday as the former Green Bay Packers coach signed a five-year deal.
"He's got a talented roster. Maybe Super Bowl-worthy. He doesn't have time to waste on a getting a college coach or NFL assistant up to speed," one Dallas columnist wrote.
Things have been rather quiet in the Metroplex, though, since the 47-16 win over the Redskins at home Sunday. The silence is what has been so deafening.
Jason Garrett won just three NFC East titles in 10 seasons at the helm. His contract expires on Wednesday, but can Jerry Jones wait that long?
The only touchdown the Dallas Cowboys made this weekend was their plane landing in Pennsylvania, one tweet stated.
Four playoff spots remain up for grabs going into the penultimate week of the NFL regular season this weekend.
The Cowboys quarterback did not take a snap on Wednesday and Thursday as he recovers from a sprained shoulder.
The Dallas Cowboys quarterback injured his throwing shoulder last Sunday. He had an MRI and has been limited in practice, which included not throwing during drills.
"I think that you should expect and will expect an adjustment of the contemporary way or the present way that marijuana is being thought about," Jones told a local Dallas radio station.
"It's next thing Aikman wants to do in career. He's no yes-man, knows successful organizational structure, can share decision-making, bring fan credibility," Ed Werder tweeted.
Garrett's position in Dallas became even more perilous on Thursday night as the Cowboys lost 31-24 in Chicago and slipped to 6-7.
Dallas looks to snap a two-game losing streak and consolidate its lead in the NFC East when it takes on the 6-6 Bears in Chicago.
The Dallas Cowboys owner told 105.3 The Fan he believes Garrett will be in the NFL next year, but declined to confirm whether he will remain with the franchise.
The Baltimore Ravens took control of the AFC with a 20-17 over San Francisco, which saw the 49ers slip to fifth in the NFC.
"The Eagles are an absolute embarrassment and have done us wrong this entire season," the petitioner stated. "They deserve to be punished and should not be allowed to fly home in comfort."
The New Orleans Saints became the first team to clinch a playoff spot this season with a 26-18 win over the Atlanta Falcons on Thanksgiving.
Jason Garrett is under pressure from franchise owner Jerry Jones as the 6-5 Cowboys host the 8-3 Bills on Thursday.
The NFL's triple-header on Thanksgiving last year saw the fourth most wagers placed on a sporting event in the U.S. in 2018.
The NFL's Thanksgiving tradition continues this year, as the Lions host the Bears and the Cowboys welcome the Bills, while the Saints take on the Falcons.