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New York Giants safety Antrel Rolle enjoys playing against the Dallas Cowboys, but he might enjoy taking shots at them even more.
In an interview that will air on NFL AM on Tuesday morning, Rolle said that “he enjoys playing against the Cowboys, and that the players aren’t the probelm with the Cowboys.”
“The Dallas Cowboys are a good team,” Rolle said. “Maybe they’re missing a couple pieces of the puzzle, but I don’t think the pieces they’re missing are actually the players.”
Obviously Rolle took that shot at Cowboys owner Jerry Jones who gets closer and closer to coaching the team on a daily basis.
It seems the Giants think the Cowboys are something of a joke in the NFC East.
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Giants wide receiver Victor Cruz told the New York Daily News that he’s looking to land his own reality TV show. “It is going to be something that is very unique to me and very unique to what I like, and like to do,” Cruz said. “We are still fielding some requests, so we will see how it goes — the timing has to be right, and I have got to squeeze in some training in there...
Dallas Cowboys coach Jason Garrett is a dead man walking and owner Jerry Jones is leading his parade.
In another episode of ‘Dallas’ Jones confirmed that offensive coordinator coach Bill Callahan will be calling the offensive plays.
Garrett was critical when asked who would be calling plays, saying ‘it was still in the process,’ too bad that process didn’t include the...
According to the team’s website, the New York Giants have signed wide receiver Keith Carlos.
With the Absence of starting receivers Hakeem Nicks and Victor Cruz at the team’s OTAs, it gives opportunities to they receivers to show what they have.
Carlos will replace running back Jeremy Wright who was waived Friday.
Carlos played at Purdue in 2009 and 2010, first as a wide...
Blame Jimmy Johnson.
This latest Cowboys cluster bleep and forcibly prying play-calling duties from coach Jason Garrett's now hog-tied hands qualifies as yet another in a long line of them has origins in The Jimster.
When Cowboys owner Jerry Jones drunkenly dished "any one of 500 coaches could have won those Super Bowls" and Jimmy basically said "have fun with...
So, are you ready to know who's officially going to be in charge of the Cowboys offense next season?
When speaking to the press on Tuesday, Dallas Cowboys ownergeneral manager Jerry Jones let the world know his decision.
It is going to be Bill Callahan, the Dallas Morning News reports.
Jones said that the decision on who would be calling the plays next season for Dallas was...
Current NFL free agent wide receiver Victor Cruz is reportedly in talks to have his life made into a reality TV show.
According to the team’s website, the Dallas Cowboys have signed veteran tight end Dante Rosario.
The team wanted to add some depth to the tight end corps as they want to utilize more two tight end sets in their offense.
Rosario was chosen by Carolina Panthers in the fifth round (155th overall) of the 2007 NFL Draft and the Cowboys will be his fifth team.
Known as a versatile...
Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones doesn't see why it's such big news that the team's draft board was visible to viewers while he was being interviewed in front of it. The draft was already over, so who cares?
“I’m a little hard-pressed to see where the issue is at all after the draft is over,” Jones said, via the Star-Telegram.
“We don’t put anything up there...
We reported earlier today that New York Giants wide receiver Victor Cruz wants to start his own reality TV show. Now it sounds like he’s backtracking.
Cruz posted a tweet stating that he’s not interested in doing a show.
This is truly God testing me for something much bigger. Never EVER doing a reality show. Nor am I in talks for one. #NYmediaboredom
— Victor Cruz (@TeamVic...
Everything is bigger in Dallas, including the expectations for the 2013 NFL season. Will this finally be the year Jerry Jones gets his fourth Super Bowl title? Is this the year Tony Romo can put it all together and not only have a good season, but show he can perform in the playoffs.All these questions will need to be answered and then some. The team brass looked like it was not...
The Dallas Cowboys signed former Chargers tight end Dante Rosario Monday afternoon, Nick Eatman reported on Twitter.
Rosario was the third tight end for San Diego last season, providing a memorable week two performance against the Tennessee Titans when he caught four passes for 48 yards and three touchdowns.
It doesn’t appear that he will have much of a different role in Dallas...
With no Hakeem Nicks or Victor Cruz at the Giants “voluntary” organized team activities, the former second-round pick, from the 2012 NFL Draft, wide receiver Rueben Randle now has all the chance in the world to showcase the talent that he showed while at LSU. The 6’2″, 208-pound former-Tiger earned All-SEC first-team honors during 2011 where he posted 53 catches for 917 receiving...
New York Giants stud defensive end has gone the route of Rob Gronkowski, and will have back surgery today in California according to Pro Football Talk.
The procedure is reportedly being performed by Dr. Robert Watkins, the same doctor who’ll operate later this month on Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski.
Pierre-Paul is expected to be ready for the start of the regular season...
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It sounds like Victor Cruz is doing more than just having contract discussions with the New York Giants these days. The fleet-footed wideout — known as much for his end-zone salsa celebrations as he is for his pass routes — claims he is in talks to land his own reality television series as well.
Cruz told The New York Daily News he's discussing a project with TV executives...