News of the day: Contract talks have started with OLB DeMarcus Ware. Stephen Jones and Ware's agent Pat Dye talked extensively Tuesday. Look for Ware to become the highest paid player in the league with maybe a five or six-year deal. Talk about dream client. Dye believes if the Cowboys had made the playoffs Ware would have won the defensive player of the year award.
News of the day II: Jerry Jones is really upset how the season finished. He is taking it very hard. Jones also seems more sensitive to the criticism than ever. He said he will push harder than he ever has this offseason to improve this team. Problem is he can't change the players. Too many players locked in long term.
Not bad: You know who doesn't look that bad passing the ball against the rest of the QBs here? West Virginia's Pat White. Could still be headed for future at WR, though.
Spencer update: Jerry Jones says he has not yet talked with linebacker Anthony Spencer about his arrest for public intoxication and disorderly conduct on Jan. 11 and is still trying to get all the details of what happened.
Still not talking: Despite efforts to talk to Wade about anything related to his team, he refuses to talk. Even new special teams coach Joe DeCamillis won't talk. Zipped lips on this staff right now.
- Rick Herrin