Found April 18, 2013 on Football Extra Points:
Round 1 1 Chiefs OT Luke Joeckel, Texas A&M 2 Jaguars QB Geno Smith, West Virginia 3 Raiders OLB Dion Jordan, Oregon 4 Eagles OT Eric Fisher, Central Michigan 5 Lions DE Barkevious Mingo, LSU 6 Browns CB Dee Milliner, Alabama 7 Cardinals OT Lane Johnson, Oklahoma 8 Bills OG Chance Warmack, Alabama 9 Jets DE Ezekiel Ansah, BYU 10 Titans DT Sharrif Floyd, Florida 11 Chargers OG Jonathan Cooper, UNC 12 Dolphins CB Xavier Rhodes, FSU 13 Buccaneers DT Star Lotulelei, Utah 14 Panthers S Kenny Vaccaro, Texas 15 Saints OT D.J. Fluker, Alabama 16 Rams WR Cordarrelle Patterson, Tennessee 17 Steelers RB Eddie Lacy, Alabama 18 Giants DT Sheldon Richardson, Missouri 19 Cowboys DT Johnathan Hankins, Ohio State 20 Bears LB Arthur Brown, Kansas State 21 Bengals S Jonathan Cyprien, FIU 22 Rams S Matt Elam, Florida 23 Vikings WR Tavon Austin, West Virginia 24 Colts OLB Jarvis Jones, Georgia 25 Vikings LB Alec Ogletree, Georgia 26 Packers OL Kyle Long, Oregon 27 Tex...

Dallas Cowboys: 2013 NFL Mock Draft

The 2013 NFL Draft is less than a week away, and it is a fine time to roll out a mock draft for the Dallas Cowboys. The consensus feeling in my gut is a heavily offensive line focus in the beginning. But let’s get to the picks. 18. Dallas Cowboys select: Jonathan Cooper, G, North Carolina This should be a no brainer pick at 18. The Cowboys need a lot of offensive line help...

Report: Cowboys will only draft Tyrann Mathieu if he falls to the 6th or 7th round

According to Matt Mosley of FOX Sports, the only way the Dallas Cowboys will draft LSU cornerback Tyrann Mathieu is if he falls all the way to the sixth or seventh round.I’m hearing the only way the Cowboys would consider drafting Honey Badger is if he slipped to the sixth or seventh round. #sorrytobeblunt— Matt Mosley (@mattmosley) April 19, 2013I highly doubt Mathieu will fall...

Dallas Cowboys to Josh Brent: Stay Away From the Ranch

Josh Brent may technically still have a job with the Dallas Cowboys, but the team doesn't want to actually see him anywhere near the team's facility, Valley Ranch. The team has asked him to stay away, but did so in a way that makes it sound like it is for his own good. The Cowboys displayed Jerry Brown's jersey during games following his death. "...the...

Brent not at Cowboys' offseason workouts

IRVING, Texas -- The Dallas Cowboys opened their offseason workout program at Valley Ranch on Monday, and conspicuous in his absence was defensive tackle Josh Brent, who is facing intoxication manslaughter charges for the Dec. 8 death of practice-squad linebacker Jerry Brown. "The more important thing for Josh right now is to focus on the issues at hand for himself,''...

Dallas Cowboys Re-Sign Danny McCray To One-Year Deal

NFL News: The Dallas Cowboys made Danny McCray a happy man Friday, signing the safety to a one-year, $1.323 million deal. Fantas Ramifications: While McCray did have 71 tackles in 10 games, truth-be-told he is more of a special teams player who can help out in other areas when the need is called upon. Look for him to have a solid season for his standards but he deserves to be owned...

2013 Dallas Cowboys schedule sets up nicely for a good season

This means WAR! The 2013 Dallas Cowboys schedule is out and I am all atwitter. I can hear in the distance the pitter-patter of not-so-itty bitty feet. A new season will soon be born. Oh, glorious day! I am not yet ready to roll out season predictions, mainly because free agency and the NFL draft have yet to be played out. So, don’t get pushy. We still do not know who is going to...

Cowboys' position on right tackle

IRVING, Texas The Dallas Cowboys' position on the right tackle position? It's one driven by political correctness. One driven by open-mindedness. And one driven by leverage. "I think there's some interest and prospects there,'' Cowboys vice president Stephen Jones tells us, "between what we have and what we could get.'' That "interest...

Cowboys re-sign McCray

The Dallas Cowboys have re-signed safety Danny McCray after the best season of his career.

2013 NFL Draft Team Needs: Dallas Cowboys

1. Interior Lineman: Dallas needs to completely remake the interior of their offensive line. Costa will probably start at center, but he might not be at full strength after his injury. First round looks like a lock to address the interior of their line as long as Cooper adn/or Warmack are available. They could also double dip at this position later in the draft. 2. Safety...

Dallas Cowboys: Ignoring Offensive Line Woes Will Be Catastrophic

The Dallas Cowboys' free agency before the Draft is finished, but the key positions they should have signed just aren't there to see. The offensive line is horrible and horrible is quite honestly an understatement. Quarterback Tony Romo was on the run for his life last season due to the lack of protection, but still he managed to ace out 4,000 yards passing.How could the...

Jerry Jones Likes Bon Jovi

I’m a Jersey Guy Juan… Dallas Cowboys Jerry Jones and his lovely wife Gene were spotted at Bon Jovi’s show at American Airlines Center last week. Jerry always keep things interesting. Wonder what’s in the red cups? Jerry Jones Is The Muppet Paster Tony Romo Rocks Out On Stage

Most Obscure Player of 1977: Bruce Huther

  It was yet another struggle to find an obscure player on a Super Bowl-winning team. I found one, though, thanks to Super Bowl XII itself. Most Obscure Player for 1977: Bruce Huther (#57). John Facenda famously said of Super Bowl XII, “It was fiercely fought, but frightfully flawed.” The Cowboys’ 27-10 win over the Denver Broncos featured a total of 10 turnovers, including...
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