Found August 10, 2012 on
Rumors are swirling around that the Dallas Cowboys are interested in Plaxico Burress, and I have to say signing him would be a good move.
For one, the wide receiver position is a pretty big need. Miles Austin just hasn't been the same in the past couple of years.
He's been hampered with a lot of lingering injuries, and in training camp 2012, he's having problems with injuries yet again.
Then we have Dez Bryant. Personally, I'm not that high on Dez Bryant like a lot of people are, but that's probably a different disscussion for another day.
Getting back on track, Dez Bryant is, well, a headcase. Bryant is a very inconsistent receiver that only knows about 2 percent of the playbook. Sometimes he'll run the right pattern, most of the time he won't.
Add to the fact that he's not in tip-top condition, and he's just not that reliable. He plays for a quarter and disappears for the next three, and much like Miles Austin, he's been hampered with n...
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He was once a Super Bowl hero, heading towards greatness, but now Plaxico Burress can’t get a job. This is what happens when you shoot yourself in the leg and have a reputation for being a malcontent. Burress, who has drawn little to no interest from every conceivable team, is even telling willing to play [...]
Miles Austin's recent injured hamstring and Dez Bryant's off the field issues are two reasons why former NFL head coach Herm Edwards says the Cowboys should sign free agent wide receiver Plaxico Burress.
Austin, who missed six games during the 2011 season because of hamstring injuries, has been sidelined during training camp after tweaking a hamstring on Saturday. Even though...
There were reports that free agent wide receiver Plaxico Burress is still on the market because he’s asking for too much money, now it looks like he’s willing to lower his demands and accept almost anything.
According to Ed Bouchette of the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, Burress is now willing to accept a one-year veteran minimum deal in order to play this season. So far...
Multiple reports revealed Thursday that the Dallas Cowboys had preliminary discussions with agent Drew Rosenhaus regarding his client, free agent wide receiver Plaxico Burress. However, Cowboys owner and general manager Jerry Jones denied those reports.
"It has not been discussed at any level in our organization," Jones told reporters Thursday in Oxnard, Calif. "We...
The early performance of Terrell Owens in Seattle, and the solid reports on older wideouts like Randy Moss in San Francisco and Miami's potty-mouthed Chad Ochocinco/Johnson (anyone see the opening episode of "Hard Knocks," in which Dolphins first-year coach Joe Philbin cautioned Johnson for dropping the F-bomb so much during a news conference?), might hasten the return...
Former Cowboys coach Jimmy Johnson is an entertaining follow on Twitter for any Cowboys fan. Even if you're not interested in his frequent tweets about fishing, boating or his beautiful home in the Florida Keys, there are plenty of insightful opinions about his experiences with the Cowboys and the direction of the franchise he helped win two Super Bowls.
Want to know how Johnson...
According to Steve Wyche of the NFL Network, the Dallas Cowboys have had preliminary discussions with free agent Plaxico Burress’ agent.
“The Dallas Cowboys have had preliminary discussions with agent Drew Rosenhaus regarding free-agent wide receiver Plaxico Burress, a source with knowledge of the situation said Thursday.
“The conversations are said to have been exploratory...