Found September 01, 2013 on Tireball.com:
The Dallas Cowboys improved their special teams on Sunday adding linebacker Kyle Bosworth. Bosworth, 26, had been placed on waivers by the New York Giants. The nephew of former NFL player Brian Bosworth, Kyle will try to avoid being run over on NFL films footage. Hearing that the Cowboys put in a claim for LB Kyle Bosworth from NYG and were awarded him. He is a 3 year vet from UCLA. — Bryan Broaddus (@BryanBroaddus) September 1, 2013   Bosworth spent 2011 and 2012 with Jacksonville. The Cowboys also saw the Cleveland Browns claim linebacker Brandon Magee. Dallas had hoped to place Magee on their practice squad.
THE BACKYARD
BEST OF MAXIM
RELATED ARTICLES

Dallas Cowboys trim roster to 53 players

The Dallas Cowboys waived 21 players and placed two on injured reserve Saturday, cutting the roster down to the NFL-mandated 53-man roster limit. Placed on IR: Matt Johnson, S Nate Livings, G Waived: Jakar 

Cowboys’ Lance Dunbar no longer in a walking boot

According to Calvin Watkins of ESPNDallas.com,  Cowboys running back Lance Dunbar is no longer in a walking boot. Lance Dunbar got the boot off his foot and did some jogging. — Calvin Watkins (@calvinwatkins) September 2, 2013 DeMarco Murray’s back up isn’t clear right now.  If Dunbar can’t play,  Phillip Tanner and Joseph Randle will back up Murray.   Need NFL Tickets...

QB David Carr among Giants cuts, 24 players released and place 1 on suspended list

The Giants have released 24 players to get down to the 53 man limit via their website.

Cruz, Pierre-Paul, Hynoski all practice for the Giants

The Giants got some good news today.  Wide receiver Victor Cruz (heel),  defensive end Jason Pierre-Paul (back),  fullback Henry Hynoski (knee), and safety Antrel Rolle (ankle)  all practiced today. Hynoski was also practicing today. Couldn't even tell he'd been dealing with an injury — Ebenezer Samuel (@ebenezersamuel) September 2, 2013 From #Giants practice (per...

Cowboys put S Matt Johnson on IR, cut roster to 53

The Dallas Cowboys have placed safety Matt Johnson on season-ending injured reserve, deciding to keep their oft-injured fourth-round pick from last year. Johnson was spared being cut as the Cowboys reduced their roster to 53 players Saturday. He has a left foot injury after spending all of last season on IR. Quarterback Alex Tanney and rookie free-agent linebacker Brandon Magee...

Giants finalize practice squad, sign seven players

According to the New York Giants website, the team finalized their practice squad and signed seven players.

Bears get TE Rosario from Cowboys for draft pick

The Chicago Bears have acquired tight end Dante Rosario from the Dallas Cowboys for a seventh-round pick in next year's draft. The Cowboys reported the deal on their website Monday. Dallas picked up Rosario during the offseason, and he was among five tight ends on the team's original 53-man roster. Rosario is entering his seventh season and could be playing for his fourth...

Tony Romo Says He’s Found “Something Special” In His Throwing Motion

Tony Romo was already one of the most scrutinized quarterbacks in the NFL, so he can fully expect to be analyzed on a daily basis now that he’s one of the highest paid quarterbacks in the game. Romo is confident in his abilities and even let the world  in only a little secret he’s been hiding.  He altered his throwing motion. Romo says that he’s found “something special”...

Matt Johnson – An Unsafe Bet

Going into the 2012 NFL draft, the Dallas Cowboys decided one of their biggest needs was the safety position. The only question was long should they wait before drafting one? In the end, they selected Matt Johnson in the fourth round. Enamored by his reputation as a “ball-hawk”, the Cowboys took the undersized safety out of Washington with the hope that his nose for the ball...

Giants cut Ramses Barden

The New York Giants have released wide receiver Ramses Barden. Also cut from the Giants: WR Ramses Barden, per a league source. #NYG — Ralph Vacchiano (@RVacchianoNYDN) August 31, 2013 I’m not sure Barden will be able to catch on with another team.  He drew very little interest as a free agent this past offseason before the Giants brought him back.  He has great size, but...

Carr, Sash cut as Giants reduce roster to 53

The New York Giants have changed backup quarterbacks and reached an injury settlement with veteran safety Tyler Sash in getting their roster down to the 53-man limit for next week's season opener at Dallas. The minor surprise Saturday was terminating the contract of David Carr, who had been Eli Manning's backup for four of the past five seasons. Curtis Painter, who was out...

Giants cut Marvin Austin, David Carr

The New York Giants have announced their 53-man roster to kick off the season. One of the most shocking moves was cutting veteran quarterback David Carr and keeping Curtis Painter. The Giants also finally gave up on defensive tackle Marvin Austin. Below are all the moves the Giants made. They terminated the contracts of Carr and running back Ryan Torain. *They waived Sash with an...

Bold NFL Predictions You Won’t Agree With

Football Schedule Flickr Page When it comes to preseason predictions, no one remembers yours or mine or anyone else’s for that matter.  The only ones who really care are the ones who made the prediction in the first place. So here we go, some “guarantees,” some “shots in the dark,” and some straight up guesses that will either make me a genius or just another guy on the...
NFL News
Delivered to your inbox
You'll also receive Yardbarker's daily Top 10, featuring the best sports stories from around the web. Customize your newsletter to get articles on your favorite sports and teams. And the best part? It's free!

Today's Best Stuff
For Bloggers

Join the Yardbarker Network for more promotion, traffic, and money.

Company Info
Help
What is Yardbarker?

Yardbarker is the largest network of sports blogs and pro athlete blogs on the web. This site is the hub of the Yardbarker Network, where our editors and algorithms curate the best sports content from our network and beyond.