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Ezekiel Elliott & Dak Prescott Monday Night Clubbin' Poppin' Bubbly While Cash Flies

12/6/2016 12:13 PM PST BY TMZ STAFF

You win, you celebrate ... at least if you're Dak Prescott and Ezekiel Elliott

The Dallas Cowboys superstars hit up So & So's in Dallas on Monday -- where they celebrated their 11-1 record by popping bottles of champagne while clubgoers threw stacks of cash. 

Good times had by all  ... and from what we're told by multiple clubgoers, no drama of any kind. 

It ain't the first time the rookies have clubbed together after a big win -- they've been seen victory partying at a couple different spots this season.

It's not like they're trying to hide it -- so we're guessing as long as they keep dominating, they can keep celebrating. 

Next stop ... New York ... where the Giants will try to put a stop to the turn up. 

Dallas Cowboys Visit Texas Children's Hospitals For Xmas ... Continue To Win

12/5/2016 10:39 AM PST BY TMZ STAFF

1205-dallas-cowboys-childrens-health-hospital-holiday-party-photos-launchHere's pics and vids of the Dallas Cowboys continuing their epic winning streak OFF THE FIELD ... showing up to a couple Texas children's hospitals to spread Xmas cheer to some brave little tykes.

The whole gang included Dak, Zeke, Dez, Witten, and Romo -- and from the looks of the photos taken Monday morning, the whole team scored with the kids.

Great to see the guys spread a little joy ... and also great to see that kids still remember what Romo looks like without the clipboard in his hand.


Jerry Jones' Son Toughest Decision I Ever Made? ... Benching Tony Romo

11/29/2016 12:29 PM PST BY TMZ STAFF
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It wasn't passing on Johnny Manziel ... it wasn't the Greg Hardy situation -- Dallas Cowboys bigwig Stephen Jones says the hardest decision he's made in the front office is benching Tony Romo

Stephen -- the Cowboys CEO and Director of Player Personnel (and also Jerry's son) -- did a video Q&A with fans moments ago ... and was asked to name the most difficult Cowboys decision he's had to make. 

Without hesitation, Stephen explained why forcing Tony to take a back seat to Dak Prescott was especially tough for him.

By the way, he did the interview with a painting of Tony Romo over his left shoulder.

Jones keeps referencing Dak's "hot hand" -- which makes it seem like he's ready to turn right back to Tony if that hand happens to cool off.

Also, interesting Stephen is taking credit for the move ... and not head coach Jason Garrett.

But we knew that already ... right?

Redskins Stars Confronted By Cowboys Fan at Turkey Giveaway ... Hilarity Ensues

11/22/2016 7:13 AM PST BY TMZ STAFF

Washington Redkins stars Pierre Garcon and Chris Baker were doing a pretty cool thing Monday night, giving away Thanksgiving turkeys ... when suddenly a HUUUGE Cowboys fan crashed the party! 

The woman -- sporting her Dallas Cowboys beanie -- is hilarious ... getting right up in Baker's face and pledging her allegiance to her squad ... adding, "I look forward to seeing you Thursday!" 

The video is great -- the woman talks smack, but does it in a playful manner -- while ultimately saying, "For real, thank you baby. Regardless of what team I belong to, I still think you're doing a good thing." 

But if you think she left without firing one last shot ...  

Barry Switzer Jerry Jones Asked Me About QB Situation ... Here's What I Said

11/18/2016 1:28 PM PST BY TMZ STAFF

Before Jerry Jones made up his mind on the Dallas Cowboys QB situation, he spoke with one of his most trusted football experts ... Barry Switzer.

The legendary Cowboys head coach says he offered up his opinion to Jerry -- and was pretty strong about if Dak Prescott should stay under center when Tony Romo was cleared to play.

Switzer was super candid about his conversation with JJ when he spoke with TMZ Sports -- and praised Jones for putting together a 2016 squad that's the most exciting team he's seen in 20 years. 

He also weighs in on the Ezekiel Elliott vs. Emmitt Smith comparison.

Tony Dorsett I Hope Ezekiel Elliott Breaks My Record 'But There's An Asterisk'

11/17/2016 12:30 PM PST BY TMZ STAFF

First off, Tony Dorsett is awesome. 

Second, the Dallas Cowboys legend explains why he's a HUUUGE Ezekiel Elliott fan -- and will be rooting for the guy to break his Cowboys rookie rushing record. 

Dorsett rushed for 1,007 yards back in 1977 -- and no other Cowboys rookie has surpassed that mark ... until now. Zeke is just 2 yards short ... and still has 7 more games to go! 

The Hall of Famer says he knows his record is going down -- but says Zeke might need an asterisk next his name in the Cowboys record book. Check out the clip and see if you agree! 

'Mike & Molly' Star Billy Gardell Big Ben Is Still The Man ... But Steelers Need A Backup Plan

11/14/2016 11:51 AM PST BY TMZ STAFF

Billy Gardell says it's not time to jump off the Big Ben bandwagon just yet ... but the "Mike and Molly" star admits the bandwagon needs one thing -- a good backup driver.

We got Gardell out in NYC Monday and asked the lifelong Steelers fan how he felt about the gut-wrenching loss to the Dallas Daks this past Sunday.

Pittsburgh is now 4-5 and a lot of people are wondering if it's time to start searching for the heir apparent to Roethlisberger ... now that his injury, and age -- he's 34 -- are becoming a factor.

Billy makes it plain ... Ben's still got his heart, but it might be time for the Steelers to find their Tony Romo ... a qualified and dependable backup.

It's funny 'cause it's true.

Ezekiel Elliott & Dak Prescott How Are We Celebrating?? Serving Meals at Salvation Army

11/14/2016 10:46 AM PST BY TMZ STAFF

dallas_cowboys_giving_back_launch2Less than 24 hours after shocking the Pittsburgh Steelers, Ezekiel Elliott, Dak Prescott and a bunch of other Cowboys stars hit up a Salvation Army to serve an early Thanksgiving dinner to the needy. 

The guys were in pretty good spirits -- and the people at the Salvation Army couldn't have been more excited! 

Jason Witten, Lucky Whitehead and Alfred Morris were among the players who pitched in.

Dak and Ezekiel seemed especially chummy during the charity event -- and at 8-1, why wouldn't they be? 

How bout dem Cowboys?!

NFL's Randy Gregory Failed Test was For Weed ... Again

11/11/2016 10:53 AM PST BY TMZ STAFF
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0726-randy-gregory-GETTY-01Randy Gregory has a problem with marijuana -- that's what the Dallas Cowboys defensive end tested positive for during his last drug test ... league sources tell TMZ Sports

We're told Gregory -- who's currently serving a suspension for failing previous drug tests -- was tested again at the end of last week ... and it came up showing weed. 

Our sources say Gregory was notified of the result on Tuesday -- and has been concerned that the Cowboys could get rid of him. So far, we're told no decision has been made. 

Before this, Gregory had reportedly failed 5 NFL drug tests. This is number 6. 

One source close to Gregory tells us, "He has a problem quitting."

We've reached out to Gregory's rep multiple times.

NFL Network's Ian Rapoport broke the story about the failed test -- and pointed out that Gregory is now facing a full 1 year suspension, per the NFL's drug policy. 

Cowboys' Cole Beasley TD Celebration NOT A LeBron Tribute ... 'I'm Not A Fan of His'

11/8/2016 8:33 AM PST BY TMZ STAFF
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Dallas Cowboys receiver Cole Beasley wants to make two things clear -- he is NOT a LeBron James fan and was NOT imitating the Cavs superstar with his TD celebration this weekend against the Browns.

Beasley caused a stir with Cleveland fans after his 2nd quarter TD grab on Sunday when his 'saucy feet' dance got confused with LBJ's famous chalk toss pre-game ritual ... leaving fans to assume CB was mocking the Chosen One. 

Turns out Beasley was not throwing any shade at the King ... telling 105.3 The Fan in Dallas, "I would never imitate anything LeBron James does."

"He's not my type of guy. I'm a Kobe guy," Beasley says. "He goes to the bucket like he's a running back and wants to cry when someone touches his arm. He's just not my type of guy, man."

BTW ... LBJ is a HUGE Cowboys fan ... but Beasley clearly doesn't care.

DeAndre Jordan Romo's My Friend, But ... Cowboys Need Dak at QB!

11/8/2016 6:30 AM PST BY TMZ STAFF

DeAndre Jordan's a HUGE Dallas Cowboys fan. He's also friends with both Tony Romo and Dak Prescott

But when it comes to the QB controversy in Big D, Jordan says the choice is clear ... Romo's gotta stay on the bench. 

Terrell Owens Dak Prescott, That's My Quarterback!!

11/2/2016 9:44 AM PDT BY TMZ STAFF

Sorry, Tony Romo, ya ain't Terrell Owens' quarterback anymore ... at least not starting QB ... 'cause the ex-Cowboys star says the team would be CRAZY to bench Dak Prescott.

Shocking ... if ya remember the viral video from '08. T.O. -- rockin' shades, cried talking about Romo -- dropping the infamous "that's my quarterback" line after Dallas lost a playoff game.

So, when we saw T.O. in Venice Beach Tuesday ... we asked him to weigh in on the hottest debate in the NFL ... who should start as signal caller for the Boys.

T.O.'s obviously in Romo's corner, right? Nope ... he actually says keeping Romo planted on the bench is a "no-brainer" ... and he doesn't stop there.

Check out the clip!

Ex-Cowboys Star Jay Novacek Don't Trade Tony Romo ... Dallas Still Needs Him!!

10/31/2016 12:31 PM PDT BY TMZ STAFF

As the NFL's trade deadline approaches ... there's one move former Cowboys great Jay Novacek doesn't want to see -- Dallas trading star QB Tony Romo ... despite playing second fiddle to rookie sensation Dak Prescott.

TMZ Sports spoke with Novacek about the QB controversy ... and the 3x Super Bowl champ says it's best to stick with DP despite a shaky performance against the Eagles Sunday night.

"He hung in there and had the opportunity at the end of the game to make plays and he made plays," Novacek says.

As for the rumors circulating about possibly trading Romo ... Novacek scoffs at the idea.

"I would not get rid of him whatsoever ... I think Tony's that individual that I think he can accept what the situation is."

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