Found April 07, 2014 on Fox Sports Ohio:
Brandon Weeden wanted so badly to prove himself that he sometimes tried to do too much. The quarterback, who was released by the Browns then signed by the Cowboys, spoke about his time in Cleveland in an interview on SiriusXM NFL Radio over the weekend. "The regime that drafted me was out a year after I got there," Weeden said, "You never know the plans the group coming in has and I think, as a player, as much as you try not to do too much, try not to put too much pressure on yourself to perform and show you can be the guy for the long haul. "Sometimes you get caught up in it. You try to do too much as a player and that's one thing if I could change about myself, I wouldn't try to do too much every Sunday. I think, just let the game kind of come to you and be more patient." Weeden, selected by the Browns with 22nd overall pick in the 2012 draft, threw 23 touchdowns and 26 interceptions in two seasons in Cleveland. He's hopeful for a better experi...

Brandon Weeden: I Put Too Much Pressure On Myself In Cleveland

Brandon Weeden is now a backup with the Dallas Cowboys after flaming out in Cleveland as the starter after being selected in the first round of the 2012 draft. During an interview with Alex Marvez and Zig Fracassi on Sirius XM NFL Radio, Weeden said that he looks forward to learning from Tony Romo, and also admitted that he put “too much pressure on himself” while with the Browns...

Dumb Tweets: Brandon Weeden tried too hard, Browns will start winning

Now the whole world knows why Brandon Weeden sucked – he was just trying too hard. Brandon Weeden: I tried to do too much with Browns — NFL: AroundTheLeague (@NFL_ATL) April 6, 2014   Weeden is now a backup with the Dallas Cowboys. Even though he was a horrible quarterback for the Browns, there’s no denying he was a class act, so I wish him the best...

Shotgun's Firing: Jones Commits To Cowboys

Oklahoma State received a major commitment to the 2015 football recruiting class on Sunday morning as four-star running back sensation Ronald Jones asked Cowboys head coach Mike Gundy if they could meet. The McKinney (McKinney North), Texas standout was in Stillwater for the Orange Blitz on Saturday and before leaving town he wanted to tell Gundy he was committed to the Cowboys.

Oklahoma State's Marcus Smart declares for NBA Draft

Marcus Smart's career at Oklahoma State is over. The sophomore from Flower Mound, Texas elected to declare for the NBA Draft, where he's expected to be a first-round selection. Smart told The Oklahoman he plans to move to Los Angeles this week and signed with an agent at Wasserman Group. "I've told my teammates and my coaching staff, this year was my last year here...

Oklahoma State's Marcus Smart enters NBA draft

In a move that surprises no one, Oklahoma State sophomore guard Marcus Smart has officially declared for the 2014 NBA Draft. In an interview with the Oklahoman, Smart made official what most people saw coming the moment he announced he was returning for his sophomore season last year. “I’ve told my teammates and my coaching staff, this year was my last year here and I am declaring...

One-on-One With Daniel Koenig

Offensive linemen are always more important than the attention they receive. But this spring in the case of Oklahoma State offensive left tackle Daniel Koenig that attention is magnified. Koenig has more experience, a lot more experience, than any other linemen on the Cowboys current starting offensive line.

Spring Practice: Cowboys Get Physical

STILLWATER - The Oklahoma State Cowboys have a full week of four practices with Monday being the first following Saturday's fan event. With limitations on depth at linebacker and experience on the offensive line, the Cowboys held the Orange Blitz. With rain and storms off and on outside, the Cowboys got physical on Monday with a two hour-plus practice in the Sherman Smith Indoor...

Marcus Smart Declares For NBA Draft

Marcus Smart has announced he will declare for the 2014 NBA Draft. Smart decided to return for his sophomore season and averaged 17.8 points, 5.7 rebounds and 4.7 assists this season for Oklahoma State. "I had a great season here at Oklahoma State," Smart told the newspaper. "It's weird, because I didn't go to the NBA Draft last year, I chose to come back ...

Marcus Smart makes it official, declares for NBA Draft

Amid no fanfare and among no adoring Oklahoma State students, Marcus Smart officially confirmed a decision that has long been anticipated. He’s going to the NBA. In an exclusive one-on-one interview with The Oklahoman Monday, Smart said he’s ready for the next phase of his life, which begins later this week with a move to Los Angeles for concentrated training leading in to...

NFTC Dallas: The Oklahoma State Impact

I hated not being able to go to the NFTC this past Saturday. I know that some people don't believe in these combines. However, while a prospect has to be able to play football, having athletic ability in activities and drills that pertain to football do matter. I feel that the NFTC program does provide the opportunity to see and evaluate a substantial amount of those skills and abilities.

Orange Blitz Notebook: Sunday's Version

After Saturday's Orange Blitz practice in front of the fans at Boone Pickens Stadium, Oklahoma State head coach said there are two things that can cause him great concern and keep him up at night when it comes to a position group: inexperience and lack of depth. That means of all the Cowboys' position groups, the offensive line would be the most concerning this spring.

Marcus Smart to enter NBA Draft

In a move that likely would’ve been much better last year, Oklahoma State star guard Marcus Smart has declared for the NBA Draft. Smart and the Cowboys had an up-and-down season which also included a three-game suspension for him after pushing a fan against Texas Tech. Smart confirmed the decision Monday in an interview with […]

Commit Impact: Ronald Jones

A closer look at the new Oklahoma State Cowboy running back from McKinney, Texas...

OSU guard Marcus Smart declares for NBA Draft

OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) Oklahoma State guard Marcus Smart has declared for the NBA draft.
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