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New York Giants defensive tackle Cullen Jenkins says Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones needs to “clean his glasses” for saying he faked an injury during Sunday’s season opener. “Maybe he should get his son-in-law to clean his glasses a little better,” Jenkins said of Jones, via ESPN.com, referring to a video clip of Jones having his glasses wiped by his son-in-law. “I don’t know what he saw if he thinks I was faking.” Jenkins insists he injured his left shoulder on the play and went to the sideline to get treatment. Though, Jenkins returned to the game and the team never announced an injury. “I guess at his age I’m just glad he still has a sense of humor,” Jenkins said. “They got the win, so they got the last laugh.” The post Cullen Jenkins: Jerry Jones needs to ‘clean his glasses’ appeared first on Sports Glory.
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New York Giants defensive tackle Cullen Jenkins says he had a legitimate injury when he went down late in the first half of Sunday night's game at AT&T Stadium.
And if Jerry Jones doesn't believe that, Jenkins suggested Thursday that he needs to have his glasses cleaned.
Jones never mentioned Jenkins' name after the game, but the Cowboys owner and general manager...
IRVING, Texas -- Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo practiced in pads for the first time Wednesday since bruising his ribs Sunday and said pronounced himself fit enough to play this weekend.
"I felt fine, just normal soreness and stuff going through," Romo said. "I assume by the weekend they'll be fine, good to go."
Romo was sandwiched between two pass rushers...
New York Giants defensive tackle Cullen Jenkins had some words for Cowboys owner Jerry Jones for accusing him of faking an injury during last week’s game. “Maybe he get his son-in-law to clean his glasses to see what’s going on out there,” said Jenkins, via Ebenezer Samuel of the NY Daily News. Boom, take that Jerry. Need NFL Tickets? Loading... ZergNet ...
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(Eds: With AP Photos.) By SCHUYLER DIXON AP Sports Writer Tony Romo played through broken ribs to help keep the season afloat for Dallas in 2011.
His injury isn't as serious this time, which means the task doesn't appear as daunting for the Cowboys quarterback.
Romo has bruised ribs after he was crunched between two defenders late in the first half of a 36-31 win over the...
Cowboys wide receiver Dez Bryant (sprained left foot) was listed as a full participant in Wednesday's practice but coach Jason Garrett confirmed that Bryant took fewer reps than usual to protect his foot, according to Tim MacMahon of ESPNDallas.com.Fantasy Spin:Bryant suffered the foot injury in the fourth quarter Sunday night against the Giants but he appears to be on track...
After having had a few days to stew over it Giants defensive tackle Cullen Jenkins on Thursday playfully unloaded on Cowboys owner Jerry Jones for accusing him of faking an injury in Sunday night’s Dallas win over the Giants.
“I don’t know what he saw’’ Jenkins said. “Maybe he needs to get his son-in-law to clean his glasses so he can see better. I got a stinger in my...
IRVING, Texas Dez Bryant is living in a new world, according to Cowboys coach Jason Garrett. That world is one in which he is constantly double-teamed by opponents.
Bryant's first entry into his new world was Sunday night when the New York Giants took him out of the action, for the most part, by constantly having a safety cover him in addition to a cornerback.
The Cowboys accused players of faking injuries to slow down their no huddle, but it turns out one of the players was not faking it at all. Dan Connor went down and it turns out he was diagnosed with a season ending neck injury.
Tony Romo and Jerry Jones thought it was pretty funny after the game with the comments below. I’m sure they wish they could take back now. See...
According to ESPN’s Ed Werder, the Cowboys expect Tony Romo (ribs), Dez Bryant (foot) and Morris Claiborne (shoulder) to all play this week against the Chiefs.
At this point, Cowboys expecting Tony Romo, Dez Bryant and Month Claiborne will all start against Chiefs at Arrowhead. All hurt Week 1
— Ed Werder (@Edwerderespn) September 11, 2013
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It never fails, the moment the first week of NFL games are complete millions of fantasy football players around the world frantically hit the waiver wire looking for the sleeper that will carry their team to victory.
This is so sad.
Giants LB Dan Connor was one of the two players accused of faking an injury after he went down on two consecutive plays on Sunday night versus the Cowboys.
Jerry Jones and Tony Romo even went so far as to call the players out afterwards for their actions saying:
“I thought us experts on football were the only ones who could see that,” Cowboys owner and general...
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1. Jimmy Graham (NO)
2. Jason Witten (DAL)
3. Vernon Davis (SF)
4. Tony Gonzalez (ATL)
5. Jared Cook (STL)
6. Jordan Cameron (CLE)
7. Brandon Myers (NYG)
8. Julius Thomas (DEN)
9. Brent Celek (PHI)
10. Owen Daniels (HOU)
11. Greg Olsen (CAR)
12. Fred Davis (WAS)
13. Jermichael Finley (GB)
14. Antonio Gates ...