Found May 29, 2012 on The Football Fan Spot:
The Cowboys are refusing to move disgruntled cornerback Mike Jenkins, who lost his starting job this offseason when the Cowboys signed Brandon Carr and drafted Morris Claiborne. They have ignored trade requests from the Colts and the Lions. One of the reasons for this, according to, is because the Cowboys want to use their extra depth at cornerback to counter their lack of depth and starting caliber talent at safety. In this plan, Jenkins would play on the slot in some or most nickel packages, while nickelback Orlando Scandrick would slide further inside to safety next to Gerald Sensabaugh. This would allow the Cowboys to get 4 cornerbacks on the field on around 50% or so of their snaps if they use the formation enough, given how much teams are in nickel sub packages these days. Presumably, Scandrick would move back to cornerback in dime packages. This would allow the Cowboys to mask the fact that they really only have one starting caliber cornerback on the roster. Sensabaug...

Dallas Cowboys: Promising Rookies For 2012-2013

Last season, the Cowboys got a nice rookie present in the form of DeMarco Murray. After injuries to the Cowboys’ backfield, Murray stepped in and took the Cowboys and the NFL by storm. Dallas seemed to have a pretty good draft back in April, and the question is, do they have another Murray lying in their draft selections? Dallas made some moves on draft day, so let’s take...

Garrett says Cowboys won't trade Jenkins

Even though Dallas Cowboys cornerback Mike Jenkins has said he wants to be traded, Cowboys coach Jason Garrett said on Monday the Cowboys have no plays unload Jenkins, who has been absent from OTAs while he rehabs his shoulder. "Mike Jenkins, we believe, is a big part of our football team right now," Garrett said, according to "He's making a business...

Cowboys owner accepts cap hit, not trading Jenkins

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Cowboys' Jenkins not on market despite wishes

Mike Jenkins might want out of Dallas, but Cowboys owner Jerry Jones has no intention of granting the cornerback's wish. The Cowboys gave Brandon Carr $50.1 million over the next five years to leave the Chiefs and then traded up to nab LSU's Morris Claiborne with the No. 6 overall pick in last month's NFL Draft. And with veteran Orlando Scandrick already an accomplished...

There’s No Vacation From America’s Team

I have always thought of the Dallas Cowboys as being America’s Team, but as many in Cowboy Nation know there are other NFL teams that want the title. On my recent trip to Richmond, Virginia I proudly wore my Cowboy gear which I thought would bring up many conversations, you know since we were so close to Redskin Country.  To my surprise I met many Dallas Cowboy fans in many places...

Cowboys won’t deal Mike Jenkins until Training Camp

The Cowboys have already said publicly that they will not be moving disgruntled cornerback Mike Jenkins, who lost his starting job this offseason with the additions of Brandon Carr and Morris Claiborne. The Cowboys have already essentially hung up on at least both the Colts and Lions, who have come asking about Jenkins, who wants to be a starter somewhere. ESPN’s John Clayton chimed...

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Photo from the Washington Post According to the Washington Post, there was a write-up in the Baltimore Sun about what is allowed to be printed on a custom license plate in the state of Maryland. Below is a small excerpt from the article in the Sun. State law allows the MVA to deny tags that have a scatological or sexual meaning; use curse words, epithets or obscenities; carry...

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Targeted Cornerback Mike Jenkins Update

Late last week it was reported that the Colts are aggressively pursuing former Pro Bowl cornerback Mike Jenkins from the Dallas Cowboys. While little can be confirmed regarding how much Indianapolis General Manager Ryan Grigson is willing to give to obtain the Cowboys cornerback, ESPN's John Clayton opines that if Dallas does choose to move Jenkins -- he believes they will -...

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ESPN Declares the Dallas Cowboys America's Team

The so-called "World Wide Leader in Sports" ran a poll last week to determine want NFL franchise was truly "America's Team". The four letter network collected the votes, tallied them, and in the end with a whopping 8.8% of the vote the Dallas Cowboys were once again declared "America's Team". It's enough to make you sick isn't it. However...
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