Found August 09, 2012 on
Are the Cowboys wide receivers going to shake out to be more promise than long-term production? From the way things look, their top two options Dez Bryant and Miles Austin could be serving up heavy doses of heartache.
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Last night we mentioned that Plaxico Burress’ agent Drew Rosenhaus has been in contact with the Dallas Cowboys. It looks like they’re not ready to sign him just yet.
According to Mike Florio of ProFootballTalk.com,the Cowboys are only interested in Burress is they lose either Miles Austin or Dez Bryant to injury.
“A source with knowledge of the situation tells...
Here we go again with Kevin Ogletree. This guy seems to remain at the top spot for the number three receiver position every year for the past 4 seasons.
Why? In my opinion he has done nothing to prove he’s even worth remaining on the team, let alone earn the three spot. There’s a reason the Cowboys went and signed veteran Laurent Robinson last year, and there’s a reason...
According to receivers coach Jimmy Robinson, Kevin Ogletree is the leading candidate for the No. 3 receiver role in Dallas.Fantasy Spin:Given Miles Austin's injury-prone status, picking Ogletree could be a valuable late-round selection. Ogletree has just 25 career receptions in three seasons for the Cowboys, but could jump up on fantasy radar screens in 2012 as Laurent Robinson...
The bizarre billionaire owner and general manager of the Dallas Cowboys, Jerry Jones, said on Monday that unhinged wide receiver Dez Bryant needs to remain strong throughout the season and stop fading down the stretch. “What I want him (Bryant) … Continue reading →
Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Miles Austin told DallasCowboys.com that he’s not worried about his latest hamstring injury.
“It’s up to whoever to be concerned,” Austin said. “Anybody who wants to be concerned can be concerned. I can’t focus on who’s concerned or who’s not concerned. I need to focus on getting back.”
Austin says he worked hard all offseason...
OXNARD, Calif. In a former life that I choose not to discuss too often, I covered the entire NFC East for a fledgling web site based in Bristol, Conn. In my travels, the one thing that always grabbed my attention was how much more physical the Philadelphia Eagles were in training camp than the Cowboys.
Head coach Andy Reid didn't mind seeing big hits in training camp because...
Time for the first part of our position-by-position NFC East analysis and rankings! We'll be starting with quarterbacks. There is no single factor that will make or break any of the candidates-- they will be assessed based on the five grading criteria below. Note that RGIII will not be rated due to the fact that he has yet to prove himself on an NFL level.
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The Dallas Cowboys can’t seem to catch a break when it comes to injuries, the latest player on the injury list being new-boy, Morris Claiborne.
The first-round draft pick suffered a knee sprain in training, an injury that has been quickly played down by the Cowboys management.
The 22-year old is only expected to miss a few practice sessions, but it will still be a worry for fans...
A season ago, while Eli Manning was winning his second Super Bowl ring and silencing his critics in New York, several other quarterbacks were trying to prove that they have what it takes to be a Super Bowl champion.
Guys like Matt Schaub, Tony Romo, and Matthew Stafford are all working towards that gloried Super Bowl appearance. And with a victory, they hope to avoid the dubious...