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Jerry Jones sued by woman who says he is her father

47% Center coverage: 40 sources
Alexandra Davis says she was conceived from a relationship Jones had with her mother. Davis and her mother reached a settlement in which Jones would support them financially. At the time of the agreement in 1998, Jones denied he was the father. Jones and his wife, Gene, married in 1963 and have three children.See the Story
Dallas Cowboys · Cleveland

Amari Cooper trade: Browns finalize deal with Cowboys for four-time Pro Bowl WR

58% Center coverage: 31 sources
The Cowboys are trading wide receiver Amari Cooper to the Cleveland Browns. In exchange, the Cowboys will receive fifth- and sixth-round picks in the 2022 NFL draft. Cooper, 27, has seven years of experience in the NFL, according to the Dallas Cowboys website. He started his NFL career with the Oakland Raiders.See the Story
Dallas Cowboys · Dallas

Jerry Jones Reportedly Hospitalized Following Minor Car Accident

45% Center coverage: 31 sources
Jerry Jones was taken to a local hospital as a precautionary measure. Sources say the 79-year-old is doing just fine. It's unclear if anyone else was involved in the crash. The Dallas Cowboys have not issued a statement about the incident. The crash happened Thursday in Dallas.See the Story
Dallas Cowboys · Dallas

Texas woman drops lawsuit claiming Jerry Jones is her father

60% Center coverage: 20 sources
A 25-year-old Texas woman who sued Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones, alleging he is her biological father, has dropped her lawsuit. See the Story
Dallas Cowboys · Denver

Randy Gregory to sign with Broncos, not Cowboys, in NFL free agency flip-flop

Coverage: 14 sources
Randy Gregory had an abrupt change of heart on Tuesday. The free-agent pass rusher is expected to sign with the Denver Broncos after previously agreeing to a contract with the Dallas Cowboys. Gregory will receive the same contract he was set to sign in Dallas: a five-year, $70 million deal with $28 million guaranteed.See the Story
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AP sources: Cowboys, WR Gallup agree on $62.5M, 5-year deal

67% Left coverage: 9 sources
Michael Gallup and the Cowboys have agreed to terms on a five-year, $62.5 million deal, NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport and NFL Network's Cameron Wolfe report. Gallup is long been viewed as the Cowboys' No. 3 wide receiver, but he's returning to Dallas on a deal that will pay him as a No. 1.See the Story
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All-Pro pass rusher Von Miller signs 6-year deal with Buffalo Bills

50% Center coverage: 10 sources
The standout defensive end was traded to the Los Angeles Rams mid-season last year after seven games. ESPN reported the deal would be worth $120 million, averaging $17.5 million a year for the first four years. Miller had five sacks and 12 tackles for loss in the regular season, then added another four sacks and six tackles for losses during the playoffs.See the Story
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Randy Gregory backs out of big-money deal with Cowboys, agrees to terms with Broncos

80% Left coverage: 5 sources
Randy Gregory was set to remain with the Dallas Cowboys for a long, long time to come. Gregory initially agreed to terms on a massive new deal in Dallas -- a source informed CBS Sports -- but that's now changed. Gregory will instead join the Denver Broncos, the front-runner to try to pry him away.See the Story
Dallas Cowboys · Texas

Dak Prescott says Texas school shooting makes him ‘fearful to have children’

Coverage: 5 sources
Dallas Cowboys quarterback Dak Prescott said the Uvalde school shooting makes him afraid to have children. "Honestly, it makes me fearful to have kids ... And that's not right," he said. DeMarcus Lawrence, who plays defensive end for the team, also spoke out about the tragedy.See the Story

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