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Now that the smoke has cleared from the draft weekend, we believe that the Cowboys are doing what they claimed they would be doing this week: Trying to sort through their right tackle situation.
This is clearly difficult when your stated objectives seem to be to handle it at a really cheap price, given the lack of cap room this year, but more importantly are the cap issues that lie ahead after the 2013 season. This limits the Cowboys to a series of 1-year solutions at right tackle, and frankly, when those are the parameters of your search, your options all have flaws or issues.
The least difficult solution at right tackle is to go back to the Doug Free well. The reason that this is easy is obviously because he is already under contract, is likely to agree to a pay cut, and you are familiar with his realities. Of course, you are also familiar with the fact that he led all NFL tackles with 15 penalties and conceded 6 sacks, 4 hits, and 41 QB hurries in 2012.
On the other hand, F...
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One of the most underrated post draft activities is the chase for undrafted free agents. Teams can find diamonds in the rough by combing though their draft boards and finding out who is left.
According to DallasCowboys.com, in the everlasting quest for talent, the Cowboys have signed 13 rookie free agents.
Clemson CB Xavier Brewer
Virginia TE/FB Paul Freedman
According to Aaron Wilson of the Baltimore Sun, the Dallas Cowboys are now showing some interest in free agent tackle Bryant McKinnie. Bryant McKinnie update, per source, offers from Chargers, Dolphins; Cowboys have made inquiry about left tackle as well. — Aaron Wilson (@RavensInsider) May 2, 2013 The Cowboys could certainly use an upgrade at left tackle. Need NFL Tickets?
via sbnation.com The Atlanta Falcons are preparing for their move out of the Georgia Dome. And the engineers putting together plans for their home are not cutting any corners. They are looking to add the whole kit and kaboodle, the whole shabang, the kitchen sink and rumble seats. WSBTV in Atlanta met with the architecture firm who shared this video of the huge plans. The Georgia...
Upgrading at safety was one of the Dallas Cowboys' top priorities following the conclusion of the 2012 season. The lack of playmakers at the position had many thinking the Cowboys would draft a safety in the first round last Thursday.
However, when former Longhorn Kenny Vaccaro was selected by the New Orleans Saints at No. 15, the Cowboys had no other safety ranked high enough...
After finally landing a stadium deal with the Atlanta City Council, a new home for the Atlanta Falcons could be completed by 2017, reports Dan Hanzus of NFL.com.
The company tasked with the designing the new stadium, 360 Architecture, has unveiled this futuristic concept design:
Here's some of the features they're thinking about for the new stadium.
We reported earlier today that the Dallas Cowboys have shown some interest in free agent left tackle Bryant McKinnie. According to Clarence Hill Jr. of the Fort Worth Star-Telegram, the Cowboys aren’t pursuing McKinnie. A cowboys source said the team is not pursuing free agent tackle Bryant McKinnie — Clarence Hill (@clarencehilljr) May 2, 2013 Need NFL Tickets?
According to the Dallas Morning News, during a conference call with season ticket holders, Cowboys owner Jerry Jones made it clear that an unmotivated locker room isn’t the reason why they’re a combined 16-16 over the past two years.
“I don’t think that we do have a country club atmosphere around here,” Jones said. “There’s too much competition. These players recognize...
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Atlanta Falcons owner Arthur Blank and city mayor Kasim Reed announced in March, their plans to build a new stadium in Atlanta for the Falcons. Two of the early plans for the stadium have been released, and it looks like the Falcons might be building something that we have never seen before.
There are currently two different plans. The first...
Tweet In March the Atlanta Falcons announced a deal with the city that would allow them to build a new stadium, one with a price tag around $1 billion. What exactly does a billion-dollar stadium look like in theory? According to an exclusive report from WSBTV in Atlanta, two new designs for the new stadium [...]
Here is a quick breakdown and prediction for each game that the Falcons will be playing in the 2013 regular season.Falcons Regular Season Schedule (All times Eastern)Week 1: Sunday, Sept. 8, at New Orleans, 1 p.m.I think the Saints will come out with a lot of fire having Sean Payton back at he helm.This is a big rivalry in the NFL South and usually it is split every year. I take...
Atlanta Falcons cornerback Asante Samuel is the latest athlete to chime in on Jason Collins decision to come out of the closet.
Samuel told Fox Radio that sports talk needs to stick to just that…sports talk.
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At a time when most discussion of the Dallas Cowboys draft begins with the question “can you believe they drafted that center in the first?!” sources inside the organization are apparently quite pleased with this year’s haul. In contrast to most fan analysis across the country which is disappointed with the Cowboys draft based solely on assessment of value at pick 31, the Cowboys...
Yesterday we took a closer look at Falcons fourth round pick Malliciah Goodman. Today we dive a little bit deeper in the draft and venture further from the line of scrimmage. The Falcons received very solid play from the Safety position last year as both Thomas DeCoud and William Moore made the Pro Bowl as alternates. Despite having two starters locked into position, their back-ups...
A week prior to the 2013 NFL draft taking place, new Atlanta Falcons running back Steven Jackson held a conference call with the media and he answered a wide variety of questions.
At one point during the interview, Jackson was asked which running back in this year's draft class reminded him most of himself.
His answer: Michigan State running back Le'Veon Bell, who wound...
During a pep rally on Saturday, RGIII said he wants to make Cowboys Stadium his “home” (Credit: AP Photo/Tim Sharp)
On Saturday, the Washington Redskins held a pep rally at FedEx Field for the team’s fan. During the rally, quarterback Robert Griffin III took some time to talk to the crowd and get the fans excited about the possibility of him coming back week one. Griffin, took...