The 2023 NFL Honors show was a big one for the Cowboys, with several former and Dallas players receiving top honors. After last year's heartbreaking disappointment, Demarcus Ware is headed to the Pro Football Hall of Fame as a member of the Class of 2023. It was none other than Jerry Jones who got him into the fun times.
Not long after, quarterback Dak Prescott accepted the Walter Payton Man of the Year Award and gave a motivational speech about mental health, thanking his family for keeping him going. Linebacker Micah Parsons, on the other hand, did not receive a first-place vote in the DPO voting and finished second.
As for the offseason, the Cowboys will decide whether or not to keep their starting safety with free agent Donovan Wilson next month. A month into the draft, Dallas looks set to clear out the wide receiver and cornerback positions early and still catch some sleep. Here are the latest Cowboys news and rankings.
Cowboys QB Dak Prescott named Walter Payton Man of the Year Cowboys wire
The face of the Cowboys franchise was honored with the Walter Payton Person of the Year Award, one of sports' most prestigious awards, for his work as a mental health advocate. At the time, Prescott honored his family and recognized the Dallas players who have received the honor before him.
Cowboys great DeMarcus Ware has been inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame. Cowboys Wire
Although a year late, Ware is a Pro Football Hall of Famer. It was shocking that he wasn't in his freshman year, but now he's going to Canton.
Ware is on his way to Canton when he hears.
The Cowboys' Micah Parsons finished second in DPOY voting, but surprisingly. Cowboys Wire
After an impressive sophomore campaign, Parsons finished second in the DPOY voting as expected, but the voting results were still shocking. Four players received first-place votes, but the Cowboys star was not one of them.
Seat belt: Donovan Wilson outlines free agency dilemma for Cowboys Cowboys Wire
For the first time in years, Dallas' 2022 safety class is overflowing with talent, and they'll have to make a decision to keep one of those key players. Donovan Wilson is a free agent this year, and the Cowboys will have to decide whether or not to pay him in the coming months.
Here's how new Cowboys head coach OL Mike Solari's units have fared during his tenure: Cowboys Wire
Solari broke KD Drummond's own NFL coaching record as the new offensive line coach in Dallas. While his running game has been on the rise, the 24-year-old has been dogged by one struggle: late.
Devin Harper should back up in redshirt rookie year for Cowboys Cowboys Wire
The sixth-round linebacker spent most of the 2022 season as a special teamer, and looks to continue in that role as a sophomore. Coming out of Oklahoma State, he could see more opportunities as an underclassman next season, where he'll need to earn the respect of the coaches to continue playing time.
Trevon Diggs really wants the Cowboys to find a way to get his brother Stefon Diggs. Blogging the boys
The Diggs brothers' relationship has been well-documented, and now there's another twist to the story. Trevon Diggs talks to RJ Ochoa and says his Dallas faithful brother Stefon Diggs needs to be pushed to join the Cowboys.
Cowboys' first-round targets, sleepers: Draft expert Dane Brugler falls. The athletics
As the 2023 NFL Draft approaches, Dane Brugler examines some sleeper picks that include first-round wide receiver and cornerback targets, potential upside in the trenches and help at tight end if Dalton Schultz walks.
This story originally appeared on Cowboys Wire