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IRVING, Texas (AP) -- The Dallas Cowboys have reached a deal with free agent safety Brodney Pool.
Coach Jason Garrett said Thursday that Pool is a very athletic safety who makes a lot of plays in the passing game. Terms were not disclosed.
Poole played the last two seasons for the New York Jets after five seasons with Cleveland, where he played for Cowboys defensive coordinator Rob Ryan and their new secondary coach Jerome Henderson.
Pool had 36 tackles and an interception last season. In 100 career games with Cleveland (2005-09) and the Jets (2010-11), he has 365 tackles with 13 interceptions.
Cleveland drafted Pool in the second round out of Oklahoma in 2005. Earlier this week, Dallas agreed to a five-year deal with cornerback Brandon Carr.
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The Cowboys will receive a visit from safety Brodney Pool, according to a source. Pool played for the New York Jets the last two seasons and was credited with four quarterback hurries, three pass breakups and one interception last season. Pool, however, played with Cowboys defensive coordinator Rob Ryan with the Cleveland Browns in the 2009 season. Under Ryan, Pool had a career-high...
The Cowboys acquired Deion Sanders by giving him a 7-year, $35 million contract in 1995.
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The reparation of the relationship between Jets quarterback Mark Sanchez and wide receiver Santonio Holmes began a few weeks back in Orlando.
Sanchez visited Holmes, who lives there, and the two hashed out the issues between them over dinner.
"When I finally got a chance to see him for a couple of days it was the same old guy from our first year together that won a bunch of...
1. Re-hire another offensive coordinator: Hiring Sparano as the offensive coordinator was a bad move in my opinion. I think it was more of a personality move, because Sparano is well liked around the league. However, his offenses with the Dolphins were far from great, and most times just bad. Rex Ryan clearly made this move to get back to old-fashioned ground and pound football...
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In case you haven’t heard the Buffalo Bills have signed Mario Williams to a monster contract today. Williams is one of the league’s top pass rushers. I don’t believe in making reactionary...
IRVING, Texas (AP) -- The Dallas Cowboys have signed free-agent guard Nate Livings to a five-year contract.
Livings joined the Cincinnati Bengals as an undrafted rookie free agent in 2006. He played in his first regular-season game in 2008 and has 47 starts in 52 career games.
The Cowboys announced the deal on Friday.
Manish Mehta, the New York Jets beat writer for the New York Daily News, is reporting via Twitter on Wednesday that the Jets have expressed interest in bringing back wide receiver Jerricho Cotchery per a source. The Jets released Cotchery last August after his request to be cut loose as he reportedly was unhappy with his role as the Jets No. 3 receiver. Cotchery of course ended up...
Cornerback Brandon Carr has agreed to a five-year deal with the Dallas Cowboys worth $50.1M, according to Adam Schefter of ESPN.
Carr was the most sought after cornerback on the free agent market behind Cortland Finnegan, and Dallas should be thrilled they were able to reel him in after fielding a porous secondary in 2011. And releasing declining 33-year-old vet Terence...
Mark Sanchez says the Jets lost some of our identity on offense last season, and insists the rift between him and wide receiver Santonio Holmes has been smoothed over. Sanchez, speaking Thursday night before being honored by the Randalls Island Sports Foundation in Manhattan, says Brian Schottenheimers offense struggled after New York became enamored of its receiving corps...
According to Clarence Hill of the Fort Worth Star-Telegram, the Dallas Cowboys have signed free agent linebacker Dan Connor.
Connor will be reunited with former Penn State teammate Sean Lee.
Connor spent his first four NFL seasons with the Carolina Panthers and recorded 75 tackles and 1 forced fumble in 2011.
TweetThe New York Giants have signed ex Dallas Cowboys TE Martellus Bennett to a 1 year contract reportedly worth $2.5 million.
This is a smart move by the organization considering both Jake Ballard and Travis Beckum suffered serious injuries during the Super Bowl and are not expected back at the start of the season.
Bennett is a talented player who has had limited opportunities...
The Dallas Cowboys have agreed to terms with linebacker Dan Conner according to Clarence Hill of the Fort Worth Star-Telegram. Source: The Redzone Attached Thumbnails