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Dallas Cowboys: Which rookies will make the team?

The Dallas Cowboys drafted nine players in the draft this year. Seven of the players drafted were defensive which was very much needed since the Cowboys finished dead last in that unit last season. I believe each player has strong possibility to make the final 53-man roster because the Cowboys lack much depth at any position. Locks to make the team Zach Martin was drafted to the...
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May 31, 2014  |  Discuss

Pereira breaks down NFL Week 7 calls

A HAIRY SITUATION This play raised a very interesting question: When is pulling of the hair a foul and when is it not? Here was the situation: Philadelphia Eagles cornerback Bradley Fletcher pulls Cowboys B.W. Webb's hair as they are running down field during the first Cowboys punt of the day at the 11:39 mark in the first quarter. No penalty was called on the play and the...
Via Fox Sports
October 20, 2013  |  Discuss

Dallas Cowboys: Rookie Jersey Numbers

It turns out that the entire 2013 draft class made the 53-man roster for the Cowboys (pending trades, which are not expected). Not sure if any of these rookies will become the greatest players to wear these numbers, but there is always a chance. Here’s a look. New #20: B.W. Webb Greatest #20: Mel Renfro Webb will not have a starting position without injuries and will have to prove...
Via Know Your Dallas Cowboys: The Blog
September 02, 2013  |  Discuss

Cowboys rookie B.W. Webb records first INT, gives credit to Romo, Bryant

IRVING Dallas Cowboys rookie cornerback B.W. Webb intercepted his first pass of the preseason Saturday night at AT&T Stadium. On Monday, Webb discussed the play and passed a little credit over to a pair of Cowboys offensive players. Going against Tony Romo and Dez Bryant in practice is beginning to pay off for the fourth-round pick out of William & Mary. "It's...
Via Fox Sports Southwest
August 27, 2013  |  Discuss

Terrance Williams, B.W. Webb could be imapct rookies for the Cowboys

Two rookies that I believe can end up making an immediate impact for the Dallas Cowboys in 2013, are wide receiver Terrance Williams and cornerback B.W. Webb. The Cowboys are in need of a nickel corner now that Mike Jenkins is gone.  Don’t tell me Orlando Scandrick can get the job done because he can’t. I believe Webb can come in and be that guy for Dallas. When it comes to...
Via Pro Football Zone
May 18, 2013  |  Discuss

Cowboys sign cornerback Webb, 4th-round pick

The Dallas Cowboys have signed cornerback B.W. Webb, their fourth-round pick, to a four-year deal worth about $2.5 million. Webb became the third of Dallas' seven draft picks to sign, taking a signing bonus of $443,000. The 5-foot-11, 180-pound Webb had 11 career interceptions at William & Mary, including eight as a freshman. He's likely to compete with Orlando Scandrick...
Via Fox Sports
May 15, 2013  |  Discuss
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