Found August 27, 2012 on Pro Football Zone:


According to, it looks like the Dallas Cowboys will allow running back Felix Jones to walk in free agency after this season.

“It’s looking more and more as if Felix Jones will be in his final season with the Cowboys. The oft-injured running back now appears to have lost his biggest asset — his burst through the hole. Jones has ceded a starting job to DeMarco Murray and though he’s in no real danger of being cut, Jones could fall behind Phillip Tanner, who appears to have locked up a roster spot,” wrote PFW.

It’s really a shame that Jones never lived up to being a first round pick.  He’s simply never been able to remain healthy long enough to make a big impact.


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