Found February 08, 2012 on
One of the most underrated free agent additions this season was when the Dallas Cowboys added WR Laurent Robinson to their roster. Now, according to at least one writer, it seems improbable that the Dallas Cowboys will not bring Laurent Robinson back in 2012.Tim MacMahon of ESPN suggests that the Cowboys will part ways in the offseason.
Laurent Robinson was the Dallas Cowboy’s third leading receiver in 2011 catching 54 receptions for 858 yards and finished the season leading Dallas with 11 touchdowns. Robinson also had the Cowboy’s longest reception on the season, 74 yards. 2011 was a career season for Robinson after joining his third team in a very short career. He has spent time on the roster of the Atlanta Falcons and St. Louis Rams.
I would think this would be an unusual move for the Cowboys. Robinson filled in superbly in Dallas this season as Dez Bryant and Miles Austin struggled with injuries during the course of the regular season.
If Dallas is not interested, s...
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Jones will be entering the final year of his current contract next season and I don’t believe...
Recall, please, that when the Cowboys drafted Felix with the 22nd overall pick in 2008, they were taking a player who was not a full-time starter in college.
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The Cowboys are close to the middle of the pack when it comes to odds to win Super Bowl 2013, according to MGM Grand’s sports book in Las Vegas.
The Cowboys are placed as 20-1 odds, with 13 teams ahead of them and well behind early favorite New England at 5-1.
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