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13 Mar, 2015

Signs two-year deal

Joins Team

The Cowboys sign McFadden to a two-year, $5.85 million deal that includes a $200,000 bonus. In seven seasons, he has run for 4,247 yards on 1,038 carries and 25 touchdowns; he has also caught 211 passes for 1,769 yards and five touchdowns.

3 Mar, 2015

Signs deal

Joins TeamSigns Contract

The Cowboys sign Beasley to a four-year deal worth around $14 million. $7 million is guaranteed. The Cowboys could have used the second-round tender on Beasley, but they decided to sign him to a multiyear deal in order to keep the salary-cap numbers lower over the next two seasons. Dez Bryant, Beasley’s teammate on the Cowboys:

2 Mar, 2015

Gets franchise tag

The Cowboys place the franchise tag on Bryant. While the tag secures Bryant’s rights for the 2015 NFL season, the Cowboys are working to sign Bryant to a long-term deal. If they are unable to do so, Bryant will be paid $12.823 million for the 2015 season. However, the Cowboys did not use the exclusive franchise tag on Bryant, so if another team signs him, then they will have to give up two first-round picks.

15 Jan, 1978

Super Bowl XII: Dallas 27-10 Denver

The Cowboys even their Super Bowl record at 2-2 by defeating Denver before a sellout crowd of 75,583, plus 102,010,000 television viewers, the largest audience ever to watch a sporting event. Running back Robert Newhouse, with his first pass since 1975, tosses a 29-yard touchdown pass to Golden Richards with 7:04 remaining in the game to clinch victory for Dallas.

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