The Dallas Cowboys have said that Randle is dealing with a serious “personal issue” on top of the situation with the NFL, suffering an injury, and losing his starting job.
has confirmed that the Cowboys did indeed release Randle early on Tuesday afternoon.
Randle didn’t play in Sunday’s loss to the Seattle Seahawks, and that was when Jones began speaking on his concern about the running back.
Joseph Randle has had a number of brushes with the law in the past year alone, and he was excused from the team last Wednesday.
He is facing possible discipline from the NFL for violating the league’s personal conduct policy in a Kansas incident this past Winter.
In a little bit more positive news, Jerry Jones is optimistic that Tony Romo is going to return quite soon from his injury.
The Not just that, but Jones truly believes that his starting quarterback will be back and ready to start later this month. You’d like to say ahead of schedule but who knows about that? But he’ll hopefully have the opportunity to physically get ready over these next two or three weeks.Romo is eligible to return to playing in games on Nov. But still, I know of no reason he won’t be playing at that time.” “He’s very involved. Hopefully we can get him some work in at practice and obviously will the week of the game.The Dallas Cowboys’ stressful and confusing 2015 NFL season just got a bit more complicated.A week after starting running back Joseph Randle was injured and speaking to NFL investigators, the Cowboys are going to be releasing him.The troubled young back really did go from starter to without a job in almost no time at all.Some good news is that Cowboys’ owner Jerry Jones is rather sure he knows when starting quarterback Tony Romo is coming back from his injury.