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The following is the 3rd in a series of draft profiles for the Dallas Cowboys selected players from April's draft. These profiles are put together after watching significant amounts of tape from each player, and is an attempt to examine their resumes and play to get an idea of how they might fit in best with Dallas come training camp.
Eastern Washington Strong Safety 6'1, 212
40 time: 4.53, Bench Press: 18
July 22, 1989 (22)
When you are looking at draft prospects on film, the most important thing you can possibly do is to trust your eyes and not regurgitate opinions that are being fed to you. Often times, during the spring and summer, we hear about draft prospects from two places: his former school (a coach is brought on to be interviewed) or his current employer which will say almost 100 sparkling things about a player and before long we realize that everyone that the team has drafted has a chance to be a great player.
While this is simply human instinct t...
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The Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders spent last week in Mexico getting photographed for their upcoming 2013 Swimsuit Calendar. And by the looks of the behind-the-scenes photos they've been Tweeting out, we'd say it's going to be un-(wait for it)-believable.
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GRAPEVINE, Texas – Well low and behold, the drafting of LSU standout Morris Claiborne did not make Cowboys CB Mike Jenkins expendable after all.
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Cowboys wide receivers coach Jimmy Robinson said last week that Dez Bryant has been having a good offseason.
That's music to a Cowboys fan's ears considering Bryant was often in the news for the wrong reasons last year at this time. The 2010 first round pick was given a criminal trespass warning at a Dallas mall in March 2011. He was also involved in multiple lawsuits from...
As a 22-year-old, Sharon Simmons wanted to become a Dallas Cowboys cheerleader. She was a single mom at the time, though, and because of that and other reasons, she never got a chance to see it through. More than 30 years later, she finally has that chance. Simmons tried out for the prestigious Cowboys cheerleading squad on Saturday in Arlington -- as a 55-year-old grandmother. She...
Morris Claiborne had a procedure Wednesday to remove pins from his surgically repaired wrist, The Dallas Morning News reports.
Claiborne underwent surgery in March to repair ligament damage to his left wrist suffered in November a game against Alabama.
The Morning News reports that Claiborne will miss the Cowboys' upcoming organized team activities.
Claiborne will now wear...
Dallas Cowboys Hall of Fame running back Emmitt Smith has more carries than any other player in NFL history. His 4,409 attempts are 571 more than Walter Payton, who sits in second place.
The type of punishment Smith took averaging nearly 20 carries per game is no secret to anyone that followed his 15-year NFL career. Following the suicide death of All-Pro linebacker Junior Seau...
If you're looking for something to get that Dallas Cowboys fan that has everything, you might as well get them this Dallas Cowboys themed toilet.
Check out the bowl, the Redskins logo is a nice touch....
Despite the reports that the Dallas Cowboys were planning on trading veteran cornerback Mike Jenkins, owner/general manager Jerry Jones has made it clear that they plan on keeping him.
Jones called Jenkins ”a vital part of our plan . . . a very critical role in what we want to be defensively.”
“Jenkins is not only this year, but a long-term player here as far as I’m concerned...
GRAPEVINE, Texas (AP) -- The Dallas Cowboys have filed a brief in their challenge of a 10 million salary cap reduction by the NFL. Owner Jerry Jones says his team followed the rules before being penalized.
A hearing is set Thursday before arbitrator Stephen Burbank on appeals by the Cowboys and the Washington Redskins, whose cap was reduced by 36 million. The two NFC East teams...
The Dallas Cowboys and Washington Redskins have had their appeals heard on the NFL's reductions to their salary caps.
Arbitrator Stephen Burbank met with representatives of the league, players' union and two teams Thursday. The NFC East rivals were penalized for overloading contracts in the 2010 uncapped season despite league warnings. No ruling is expected soon.
I’ve taken a look in my crystal ball, and I’m now offering you some clarity as to how this draft will turn out. (Note: My crystal ball is very difficult to cipher at the moment, mostly because I kept throwing it across my basement during and after each Cowboys meltdown.
Of course, we all know that isn’t true, but you might think so from the gushing analysis...