Found January 23, 2012 on The Landry Hat:
Predicting what the Dallas Cowboys will do in the NFL Draft is always difficult when you throw in the “wheelin’ and dealin’” of owner Jerry Jones. The only thing that is predictable is that Jones will probably be unpredictable. But the calming influence of new Head Coach Jason Garrett had more predictable effect on last year’s draft. With only one exception: DeMarco Murray. The drafting of a running back in the third round raised some eyebrows in Cowboy Nation. Could the duo of Jones and Garrett be looking to make a similar splash this year? And at that very same position perhaps? It appears that an abundant crop of talented and underrated running backs will be available in the 2012 draft. With names like Alabama’s Trent Richardson, Miami’s Lamar Miller, Washington’s Chris Polk, Virgina Tech’s David Wilson, and Oregon’s LaMichael James all topping the list. … [visit site to read more] 2012 NFL Draft: Don’t be Surprised if the Cowboys select a Running Back - The Landry Hat - The Landry

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