Chargers TE John Phillips suffered a torn right ACL in December.
Chargers placed TE John Phillips on injured reserve with a right knee injury, ending his season.
Chargers agreed to terms with TE John Phillips, formerly of the Cowboys, on a three-year, $5.275 million contract.
Impending free agent TE John Phillips recently underwent left shoulder surgery.
ESPN Dallas does not expect the Cowboys to bring back impending free agent TE John Phillips.
Cowboys backup TE John Phillips has missed the last week of practice due to an ankle injury.
Cowboys coach Jason Garrett plans to use No. 2 TE John Phillips in the vertical passing game this season.
Cowboys TE John Phillips (ACL surgery) has ditched his knee brace in training camp.
Cowboys TE John Phillips (recovery from torn ACL) is feeling "completely healthy."
John Phillips was more impressive than Martellus Bennett in last year's training camp, according to Josh Ellis of Dallascowboys.com.
Cowboys placed TE John Phillips (ACL tear) on injured reserve, ending his season.
MRI results confirmed that Cowboys TE John Phillips tore the ACL in his right knee during Sunday's Hall of Fame game.
The Dallas Morning News reports that Cowboys TE John Phillips may have torn his ACL in Sunday night's Hall of Fame game.
The Cowboys are initially calling TE John Phillips' knee injury a "sprain."