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According to the Dallas Morning News, the Cowboys may look into signing free agent wide receiver Laurent Robinson after being released by the Jaguars. The biggest concern with Robinson is that he suffered four concussions last season and only played in seven games. He also has an ankle injury that’s a bit of a concern. It was a good year financially for Robinson _ the contract guaranteed him $14 million _ but not competitively. He suffered four concussions and managed to play in only seven games. Robinson caught 24 passes for 252 yards and no touchdowns for the Jaguars. He caught 54 passes for 858 yards and 11 touchdowns in his only season with the Cowboys. Robinson’s health is a concern, and not just the concussions. There are questions to be answered about an ankle injury. The Cowboys really need a third receiver, but I’m not sure Robinson is that guy. They’re going to need to look to the draft to add depth at the receiver position, since they don’t have much cap room to work wi...
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The Dallas Cowboys and Tony Romo are close on a contract extension that will keep the quarterback with the team.
The Dallas Cowboys are moving in on an extension with Tony Romo. Dallas has made it clear they still envision Romo as a franchise quarterback. Those praises have not stopped. “I feel good about where he is in his career. I like the fact that he spent the time he spent with Jason [Garrett] and Wade Wilson. I do expect with Bill Callahan involved and some of the input from the new...
Emmitt Smith ran behind some of the best offensive lines in league history during his time with the Dallas Cowboys. It's obvious that the Cowboys' current front five doesn't compare to those groups.
Actually, the Cowboys are coming off a season when it appeared as if they had one of the worst offensive lines in the NFL.
According to Smith, the unit protecting Tony Romo...
Give it to Jason Garrett, he has held off owner Jerry Jones on calling plays for three months. Garrett at the NFL meetings seems more dug in than ever. They’ll only throw dirt on Garrett’s grave, so if he’s going down it’s going to be him calling the shots. He’s been graceful in avoiding the issue as much as he can, but anyone can see he’s clearly not okay with giving...
For those that don't know, the Cowboys have a whopping five figures of cap space following the signing of Ernie Sims, and they already have $121 million against the cap next year. That's pathetic, but sadly it's a better long-term situation than it was a week ago.The Cowboys are trying to create some cap space this year by signing a long term deal with Tony Romo,...
Dallas Cowboys owner and general manager Jerry Jones indicated
that the team is closing in on a contract extension agreement with quarterback
Tony Romo, according to Clarence Hill of The Fort Worth Star-Telegram.
"Romo, of course, is someone that I expect our staff,
our offensive staff, to deploy Romo according to his pay scale," Jones
said. "Stay tuned, but he’s...
Yes, the "butt dumpling" or interception in the closing seconds of the game vs. Washington Redskins was a terrible throw. But, not all of the blame for the terrible finish to an up and down season belongs to Tony Romo. The majority of the blame goes to the Cowboys' weak offensive line.Let me break this down in easier terms -- When a QB spends majority of any game...
Yesterday the competition committee voted to approve that hitting with the crown of the helmet will now be penalized. A player who is more than three yards downfield or outside of...The post As if the Cowboys didn’t have enough concerns, now one more has to be added to the list appeared first on Lone Star Struck.
Emmitt Smith has made headlines the last few days because of his opinion on an NFL rule change. The former Dallas Cowboys running back doesn't like the idea of penalizing a running back for lowering his helmet to initiate contact with defenders.
During a Monday phone interview, Smith explained why he calls the rule ridiculous.
"I think it affects every aspect of our game...
It seems a lot of defensive players are visiting New Orleans, although Mardi Gras finished over a month ago.
Another one to visit is Victor Butler, the free agent linebacker according to the Times-Picayune:
The Saints are looking for outside linebackers as they convert to a 3-4 scheme under defensive coordinator Rob Ryan. Butler, who is 6 feet 2 and 245 pounds, played under Ryan...
The Dallas Cowboys and Miami Dolphins will meet in the Hall of Fame Game on Aug. 4 to open the NFL's preseason.
The night game at Fawcett Stadium will follow the induction ceremonies the previous day. Entering the Hall of Fame will be former Cowboys offensive lineman Larry Allen, former Dolphins wide receiver Cris Carter, and Bill Parcells, who coached in Dallas and later was...
Cowboys and Dolphins to Play in Hall of Fame Game- The NFL announced today that the Dallas Cowboys will take on the Miami Dolphins in the traditional Hall of Fame game to kick-off the 2013 NFL pre-season. The game will take place Sunday, August 4th at 8p.m. ET and air on NBC. Scruggs to Host