Found October 11, 2012 on NFL Draft Zone:
Hamilton was released by the Cowboys after the 53 man roster cuts, but Hamilton is making an impact for the Ravens on the practice squad.“They asked me about specific players that I came in with and have moved up,” Hamilton said. “They ask about them and different aspects. ‘Is he fast or is he slow?’ I can tell you the play calls, but they’ve probably changed. Hey, whatever I can do to to help.”Hamilton was released by the Cowboys following a preseason where he sacked St. Louis Rams quarterback Kellen Clemens, separating him from his helmet and the football.He battled knee and wrist injuries during training camp and fell victim to a numbers game in Dallas where Ware and Anthony Spencer are entrenched as the starting outside linebackers and the Cowboys drafted Kyle Wilber in the fourth round.Adrian was playing a numbers game and was released by the Cowboys. Believe you me, he wants to play this weekend but he is doing whatever is asked of him.Not only is Hamilton helping the coachin...
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