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Ravens vs Cowboys – Romo’s return

Caption (credit: www.dallascowboys.com) Today’s preseason showdown between the Baltimore Ravens and the Dallas Cowboys was highlighted by Tony Romo’s 4 for 5 passing completions.  Romo threw for 80 yards and a touchdown. The only pass Romo threw that was not completed was a ball that James Hanna just plain, flat dropped. There was a botched hand off between Romo and running...
Via Down and Distance
August 17, 2014  |  Discuss

San Diego Notes: James Hanna Might Just Surprise Us

There was a great deal of offseason talk about Gavin Escobar’s need to bulk up and add muscle – which he did The post San Diego Notes: James Hanna Might Just Surprise Us appeared first on Dallas Cowboys Nation.
Via Blue Star Times
August 08, 2014  |  Discuss

Offensive scouting report after preseason game one

A lot of people seemed to be shocked by Brandon Weeden so far in the pre-season, but he looks like the same guy I saw on tape in Cleveland. When you give Weeden a nice pocket, he has the arm strength to make every throw on the field. He really struggles when things get muddy around his feet. His touchdown throw to James Hanna was probably the best throw outside of the pocket of his...
Via cover32 - Cowboys
August 08, 2014  |  Discuss

Cowboys play first preseason game

The Dallas Cowboys strolled into Qualcomm Stadium hoping for a win.  Here is what I witnessed during this match-up. Brandon Weeden was pretty darn good. He scored the only touchdown with a strike to tight end James Hanna in the back of the end zone
Via Down and Distance
August 08, 2014  |  Discuss

Jason Witten Just the Tip of the Iceberg Playing Tight End in Dallas

The Dallas Cowboys tight end situation has been a solid one for some years now. That is mostly due to the presence of Jason Witten, but the chart behind him has churned as well. This year’s crew is Gavin Escobar, James Hanna, and Jordan Najvar. Team scouts have mentioned a blocking tight end being one of the one or two positions the Cowboys may look to add before the season yet...
Via TopSportsReport
July 15, 2014  |  Discuss

Jason Witten Just the Tip of the Iceberg Playing Tight End in Dallas

The Dallas Cowboys tight end situation has been a solid one for some years now. That is mostly due to the presence of Jason Witten, but the chart behind him has churned as well. This year’s crew is Gavin Escobar, James Hanna, and Jordan Najvar. Team scouts have mentioned a blocking tight end being one of the one or two positions the Cowboys may look to add before the season yet...
Via TopSportsReport
July 15, 2014  |  Discuss

Cowboys Tight Ends Catching Passes in Swimming Goggles?

I stumbled across this nugget on DallasNews.com and I just had to share: The Cowboys’ new tight ends coach Mike Pope has a rather unique method for training his tight ends – he’s having them catching passes while wearing swimming goggles. You read that right, swimming goggles. You know, those things you used to wear to the pool when you were six years old because Mom didn...
Via Cowboys Addicts
June 19, 2014  |  Discuss

Dallas Cowboys: Why James Hanna should be nervous

Over the past decade the tight end position in Dallas has not been a problem. Jason Witten year in and year out has been one of the top tight ends in the league. Now the league has changed, offensive schemes have become more advanced and the usage of two tight end sets  have become more popular. That’s why the Cowboys drafted tight end Gavin Escobar in the second round of the...
Via isportsweb.com
June 15, 2014  |  Discuss

Cowboys Players Who Need to Take the Next Step in 2014

Just a few seasons ago in the 2011 offseason, we consistently saw the name "Dez Bryant" under the players who are ready to take that big next step.After a 63 reception, 928 yard, and nine-touchdown season, he looked poised to do just that, and guess what happened? Bryant took that as a challenge, and had an incredible 2012. He posted stats of 92 catches, 1,382 yards, and...
Via Pro Football Spot
April 14, 2014  |  Discuss

Dallas Cowboys Position Analysis: Tight Ends

Players Under ContractJason Witten - Signed Through 2017 Season - Dead Money Hit: $8.65 millionWitten remains the true No. 2 option for the Cowboys, second to only Dez Bryant in all major receiving categories.  He is a leader and is showing no signs of slowing down just yet with his ninth Pro Bowl selection this year. Gavin Escobar - Signed Through 2016 Season - Dead Money Hit...
Via Football Nation
January 22, 2014  |  Discuss

Xavier Rhodes deals with shoulder, knee injuries

A quick glimpse at the injury report has defensive back Xavier Rhodes listed with a right shoulder injury this week, although he left Sunday’s loss against the Cowboys with a left knee injury. Rhodes actually suffered both injuries in the game. He first injured his right shoulder in the second quarter when he attempted to tackle tight end Hanna James. It remains to be the most...
Via Pro Sports Daily
November 05, 2013  |  Discuss

Decoding Callahan: Negative Runs Lead To No Runs

"9 times?" Pause. "9 times." Yes, 9 times is how many times the Cowboys attempted to run the ball in 63 snaps on Sunday against the Vikings. Not only is that a league-low (tied with Baltimore at Buffalo on September 29), but it is a franchise-low in team history. No other time had a Cowboys team ever run that few rushing plays in a game. Ever. That is...
Via Fox Sports Southwest
November 05, 2013  |  Discuss

For once, Jerry Jones may have a point

Cowboys owner Jerry Jones has had a couple big wins this offseason, butit won't have any impact on the 2013 season. He finally landed a naming rights deal for the venue formerly known as Cowboys Stadium, and he found a home in Frisco for the team's soon-to-be-built practice facility. This once sleepy community will kick in 115 million to have its own JerryWorld. If only...
Via Fox Sports Southwest
August 20, 2013  |  Discuss

For once, Jerry Jones may have a point

Cowboys owner Jerry Jones has had a couple big wins this offseason, butit won't have any impact on the 2013 season. He finally landed a naming rights deal for the venue formerly known as Cowboys Stadium, and he found a home in Frisco for the team's soon-to-be-built practice facility. This once sleepy community will kick in 115 million to have its own JerryWorld. If only...
Via Fox Sports Southwest
August 20, 2013  |  Discuss

Blocking could keep Escobar off the field

Gavin Escobar will probably never be a good blocker. The question is whether he can be a good enough blocker to get on the field. Escobar remains behind James Hanna on the Cowboys’ tight end depth chart and his blocking deficiencies have been exposed in the first two preseason games. Escobar has the worst run-blocking grade of any player this preseason according to ProFootballFocus...
Via Pro Sports Daily
August 13, 2013  |  Discuss

2013 Hall of Fame Game: Who to watch

The NFL preseason is a special time of year, as we in the NFL Draft community begin to see the fruits of our labors of toiling away watching internet videos for hours on end, writing up prospect reports and arguing our knowledge over everyone else’s that is doing the same thing (at least some of us in the community). What I’m looking most forward to this preseason is taking a...
Via The Sports Headquarters
August 03, 2013  |  Discuss

Dallas Cowboys’ Injury Bug Still Biting

Crawford carted off practice field with torn achilles tendon Entering just the second week of training camp in Oxnard, the Cowboys continue to fall victim to the injury bug that hampered them all of the 2012 season. The boys’ lost 71 games by starters because of injuries last season, 51 of which were on the defensive side of the ball. This offseason, Head Coach Jason Garrett made...
Via isportsweb.com
July 27, 2013  |  Discuss

New York Giants Receiving Corps Ranked No. 4 in NFL

Chris Wesseling of NFL.com was inspired to rank the “NFL’s Top 10 Receiving Corps” after Buffalo Bills wide receiver Stevie Johnson proclaimed his team had the league’s best. In his rankings, Wesseling had the New York Giants in the top five — at number four, to exact. Johnson’s Bills failed to make it. The Giants ranked fourth, one spot behind rival Dallas Cowboys who...
Via PPR Fantasy Football
July 18, 2013  |  Discuss

Dante Rosario Lands in Dallas

Tight end Dante Rosario has been signed by the Dallas Cowboys.Fantasy Spin:All-Pro Jason Witten sees the majority of the targets. Second round pick Gavin Escobar and James Hanna will also start ahead of Rosario on the depth chart. He hasn't been a fantasy option in Carolina or Denver and won't be in Dallas.
Via Fantasy Football Champs
June 03, 2013  |  Discuss

What Our 2nd-3rd Round Picks Mean for the 2013 Season

The Cowboys took a beating with the Travis Frederick pick, but after thinking about it and with some reasoning the tone has calmed a bit; however, today’s pick in the 2nd round  with TE Gavin Escobar had fans boiling over with anger on several levels. Let’s look closer at the guys we drafted today and what their roles will be in the 2013 season. TE Gavin Escobar, San Diego State...
Via CowboysBlog.Net
April 27, 2013  |  Discuss

NFL Draft: Dallas Cowboys Select Tight End Gavin Escobar

Jerry strikes again. I’m not thrilled with this pick, but at least they didn’t take a running back. God I hate myself for saying that. This pick is going to rub a lot of people the wrong way. We have Jason Witten, although he’s getting older. We’ve also got James Hanna. Hanna actually showed me [...]The post NFL Draft: Dallas Cowboys Select Tight End Gavin Escobar appeared...
Via Dallas Sports Rant
April 26, 2013  |  Discuss

Dallas Cowboys Are Set At TE With James Hanna & Colin Cochart

One of the more popular stories of the offseason has been how the Cowboys have nothing left from the 2009 Draft.Since the Cowboys didn't even try to re-sign Michael Jenkins, you could say the last member of that draft class was John Phillips.That loss has some people thinking the Cowboys need another tight end, but I'd like to point out an article of mine from last year about...
Via Football Nation
April 09, 2013  |  Discuss

Dallas Cowboys: James Hanna Has Bright Future in Big D

With the 186th pick in the 2012 NFL Draft, the Dallas Cowboys selected tight end James Hanna out of Oklahoma. It's only been two preseason games, but I'm already loving Hanna. There really isn't much not to love about him. He's a young player, he's fast, has good hands, and from every report out of camp, he has a good attitude and he's a hard worker.  These...
Via Football Nation
August 19, 2012  |  Discuss

2012 Fantasy Football Preview: Dallas Cowboys

DALLAS COWBOYS NOTABLE ADDITIONS: QB KYLE ORTON, TE JAMES HANNA, FB LAWRENCE VICKERS NOTABLE LOSSES: TE MARTELIUS BENNETT, WR LAURENT ROBINSON, QB JON KITNA SCHEDULE      DEPTH CHART "America's Team" is looking to take a step in the right direction this season after missing the playoffs last year in an always tough NFC East. The team who had the "Super...
Via Football Nation
July 05, 2012  |  Discuss

Cowboys sign three 2012 draft picks

The Cowboys announced Monday that they have signed three of their seven 2012 draft picks. Wide receiver Danny Coale, tight end James Hanna and linebacker Caleb McSurdy all agreed to terms. Coale, a fifth-round pick out of Virginia Tech, broke his foot during the Cowboys' first organized team activity last month but should be back by training camp. He is expected to compete...
Via Fox Sports Southwest
June 11, 2012  |  Discuss
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