Found June 02, 2012 on Fox Sports Southwest:
OK, another Saturday morning is here, so let's knock out a weekend Cowboys mailbag! Generally, when I do this during this time of year, about three guys a week will ask why we are talking Cowboys now? Nothing is going on? How can you guys possibly talk Cowboys in May and June? Here's how: We look at real issues and real items that are on our mind. Football is now 52 weeks a year, and with film study and new players to discuss, there is always time for Cowboys talk. So, if you have your favorite NFL team on your mind, let's go. Here are some links to get you started: The FOX Sports Southwest Bob Sturm Archive Page - This page will give you every thing I have written since the draft, including a profile on every player the Cowboys have added through the draft and plenty of other items, too. If you missed any, you can get up to speed right there. The Full Bob Sturm Archive Page - This will get you all the way back to everything I have written since 2005 on the Cowboys a...
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