So is it Kyle Wilbur, or Kyle Wilber? Perhaps Willber? Wilburrer? Can you use it in a sentence? Part of speech, please?
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Injuries have taken away some options, but the Cowboys have an option at strongside linebacker with Kyle Wilber playing well in his two starts and Justin Durant coming back from a hamstring injury. Wilber had 13 tackles, two quarterback pressures and a tackle for loss in the wins against the New York Giants and Oakland […]
The Cowboys are winning the battle against the St. Louis Rams in Dallas, but Rams special teams player T.J. McDonald definitely wins his war with the Cowboys Kyle Wilber after he delivering this vicious block.
St. Louis Rams safety T.J. McDonald absolutely annihilated Dallas Cowboys defensive end Kyle Wilber with a monster block on Sunday.
This is easily the biggest block thus far of Sunday’s first round of games. Rams’ T.J. McDonald unleashed a very violent block on the Cowboys’ Kyle Wilber and the result was a bit of devastation. It hurts just to watch this happen. Not surprisingly, the hit was illegal and drew a flag.
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That’s T.J. McDonald of the St. Louis Rams laying an absolutely devastating block on the Cowboys’ Kyle Wilber on Sunday. McDonald’s block, which drew a flag, was delivered with enough force to sent Wilber completely airborne.
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Washington Redskins DB Domonique Johnson was absolutely leveled by Dallas Cowboys LB Kyle Wilber on this play. It looked clean at first, but when it is slowed down, you can see that there is some helmet-to-helmet contact. It was good to see Johnson get up right away, and hopefully he won’t experience any lasting effects from this crushing blow.GIF via: @cjzero
The following is the 2nd 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.
Kyle Wilber: Wake Forest, OLB, 6'3,...