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With just a handful of preseason games played, it seems that a common theme has already arisen.
In Ryan Mathews' short stint versus the Packers on Thursday night, he suffered a broken collarbone that will see him on the bench for the next 6 weeks. The Eagles' signal caller. Michael Vick, has shown once again that he is no stranger to the training table, as he picked up a hand injury in limited action on Thursday.
The injury bug has already struck in full force in both Dallas and Oakland. The two teams are set to meet in a Monday night game, but the teams will look far from recognizable. Granted, preseason is where the starters and the guys being paid the big bucks are given limited plays and ultimately the best seat in the house over on the sideline; however, the first string unit for both teams will be missing key players due to injuries already sustained.
Oakland's featured back, Darren McFadden was sidelined with a foot injury for much of last year. I am...
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With his rookie season out of the way, Dallas Cowboys RB DeMarco Murray said he is even hungrier this year than last."I think we always have something to prove," he said (via CBS Sports). "You could be in your 10th season and you've got to show them you've still got it. If you're a young guy, you have to show you're for real. I'm still...
Everything in Texas is big, so when you’re not practicing, it’s a big deal. Rookie first round choice Morris Claiborne is learning that first hand. Teammates started to question whether the star college corner is tough enough to play NFL football, but now the front office is chiming in also. When it rains it pours, and in Dallas, it can be drenching if not torrential if players...
OXNARD, Calif. (AP) -- All those young wideouts lining up for a chance to be the No. 3 receiver for the Dallas Cowboys are getting some extra chances.
With Miles Austin dealing with hamstring issues again, Kevin Ogletree is getting extra snaps in practice with the first team and Cole Beasley has come back strong after leaving camp for two days last week because of personal reasons...
Just last week we mentioned that undrafted rookie free agent wide receiver Cole Beasley had quit the Cowboys as well as the game of football.
Well now Beasley is back and will likely be the Cowboys’ third receiver on Monday night against the Raiders. Head coach Jason Garrett likes what he sees from Beasley since he’s come back.
“Like we talked when he left, sometimes...
According to Don Banks of SI.com, Dallas Cowboys running back DeMarco Murray has looked great in training camp so far, after a break out year during his rookie season in 2011.
“Last year’s breakthrough rushing star has gotten off to an eye-opening getaway in his second season, and he looks determined to prove he was no half-season flash in the pan in 2011, when he gained...
OXNARD, Calif. (AP) -- Getting settled at center has been far from a snap for the Dallas Cowboys.
The Cowboys had planned to provide some competition in training camp for starter Phil Costa, but Bill Nagy and Kevin Kowalski are both out with ankle injuries and could miss the rest of camp and the start of the season. Rookie guard David Arkin had never played center before, which...
Dallas Cowboys head coach Jason Garrett told Norm Hitzges on KTCK in Dallas (via SportsRadioInterviews.com) that they are keeping their eyes open in free agency for a third receiver, but right now Kevin Ogletree will bfill that role.
“We’re always keeping an eye on the street for every player at every position. It’s a big part of what we do in our pro personnel department...
Are the Cowboys wide receivers going to shake out to be more promise than long-term production? From the way things look, their top two options Dez Bryant and Miles Austin could be serving up heavy doses of heartache.
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