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Dallas Cowboys 5th-round pick Danny Coale has been recovering from a broken foot which he suffered earlier this year in OTAs. But he’s finally back to full speed and received a significant amount of reps with the first-team offense according to the Dallas Star-Telegram.
Coale is expected to make his preseason debut on Saturday against the Rams, and his performance will have significant implications for the Cowboys offense. The third-receiver job is still up for grabs and the increased reps for Coale with the first-team offense seem to indicate the coaching staff is interested in seeing if he could handle that role.
Coale was a personal favorite of mine during the pre-draft process. Given his limited practice time I’d still have to say he’s a long shot to win the third-receiver job, but I do expect him to make the final 53-man roster, and an increased role as the season wears on is a definite possibility.
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DeMarco Murray came alive in his rookie season in 2011. Murray put up 236 yards in his breakout performance (vs. St. Louis).
It’s not four touchdowns in a single game, but Al Bundy would be proud of the display Murray put on last year.
Sadly, Murray went down with injury and Felix Jones handled the run-game responsibilities in typical mediocre fashion.
Jones is coming...
Jerry Jones said he has restricted Cowboys players in the past from participating in recreational sports not related to football.
But Cowboys wide receiver Dez Bryant is not one of them.
Bryant left practice Monday with an apparent leg injury, which led to an MRI on his right knee. The results showed no structural damage, according to Jones. The diagnosis is patella tendonitis...
For several season the main problem in CowboyLandhas not been Tony Romo and the Cowboys offense. Though they have at times have made mistakes that cost games the offense at least statistically has been pretty good. They were 11th on total offense is 2011.
The defense has been a different story. In 2011 they were 16th in the league in giving up points, in 2010 they were 31st...
Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Dez Bryant has injured his right knee in practice against the San Diego Chargers.
Coach Jason Garrett said Monday that Bryant was having an MRI but ''hopefully this injury is not too severe.''
Another receiver, Andre Holmes, didn't practice because his back tightened up, and rookie receiver Donavon Kemp had an MRI after leaving practice...
Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Dez Bryant injured his knee during Monday's practice against the San Diego Chargers, but initial tests revealed no major injury. Bryant was described as day-to-day with patellar tendinitis in his right knee. Bryant joins Miles Austin and Jason Witten on the list of injured starting options for quarterback Tony Romo. Witten is out with an injured...
With the 186th pick in the 2012 NFL Draft, the Dallas Cowboys selected tight end James Hanna out of Oklahoma. It's only been two preseason games, but I'm already loving Hanna.
There really isn't much not to love about him. He's a young player, he's fast, has good hands, and from every report out of camp, he has a good attitude and he's a hard worker.
According to Tim MacMahon of ESPNDallas.com, Cowboys owner Jerry Jones doesn’t expect wide receiver Miles Austin to be ready until the season opener against the Giants.
“We’re basically just wanting to make sure he’s ready for New York,” Jones said Tuesday on KRLD-FM per ESPNDallas.com. “That’s where it’s all headed for him. He probably will need some work, just...
After injuring himself during a practice drill, Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Dez Bryant underwent an MRI on his right knee, which only revealed patellar tendinitis, according to Rowan Kavner of DallasCowboys.com. Bryant will not require surgery, Kavner reported. The Cowboys play their third preseason game Saturday against the St. Louis Rams. Bryant has seen limited playing time in...
According to Todd Archer of ESPNDallas.com, Cowboys wide receiver Dez Bryant is suffering from Patella tendonitis.
Filed to @espndallas – Patella tendinitis for Dez Bryant. Rest is the word. Too early to know if he plays in preseason
— Todd Archer (@toddarcher) August 20, 2012
As far as I know, the only way for Bryant to feel better, is to rest his knee.
The Dallas Cowboys were without 19 players, including a lengthy list of starters, for Saturday's preseason game against the San Diego Chargers, but Calvin Watkins of ESPN Dallas reports that several starters are expected to return to practice this week. Wide receiver Miles Austin, however, still is battling a hamstring injury and owner Jerry Jones does not expect him to be among...
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While Dez didn’t originally sign with Rosenhaus, after he fired his original agent Eugene, he came on board. Dez fired Rosenhaus a couple of weeks ago and is now back with Parker.
According to his adviser Dez is just an innocent victim.
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Football Nation presents the ninth episode of “Monday Morning Huddle”. In this week’s podcast, host, Dave Holcomb interviews guest star Tyler Sipala as the two debate the status of both New York football teams. Sipala also reveals a few fantasy football tips for fans preparing for their drafts. Holcomb finishes with a segment dedicated to the Cowboys and the ‘Fourth and Long’...
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