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NFL Week 3 Tryouts

  49ers The 49ers hosted DB Demontre Hurst for a visit this week before signing Xavier Grimble to their practice squad. (Aaron Wilson) Buccaneers Buccaneers tried out DB Malcolm Bronson, TE Cameron Morrah, S Brandon Taylor, and TE David Paulson. (Aaron Wilson) Cardinals Cardinals tried out LB Everette Brown, DE Israle Idonije, and OLB Chidera Uzo-Diribe. (Aaron Wilson) Cowboys...
Via NFL Trade Rumors
September 17, 2014  |  Discuss

Dallas cuts squad to 75

Caption (credit: www.mesquiteisd.org) The Dallas Cowboys made their official roster reductions, to get the team down to the required 75-man squad. While many of the players released today were injured, some were just not performing up to standards. The only real surprise on the cuts happened a couple days ago when Dallas released the free agent rookie fullback J.C. Copeland. Fullback...
Via Down and Distance
August 26, 2014  |  Discuss

Roster trimming begins: Dallas Cowboys release two players ahead of deadline

If you listened to last night’s Sunday Night Football broadcast of the Cincinnati Bengals vs. Arizona Cardinals game on NBC you probably heard Chris Collinsworth say that this is the hardest time of the year for NFL coaches. He wasn’t referring to injuries or the preseason schedule; he was talking about roster cuts and how difficult it is to make those decisions. By 4:00 eastern...
Via cover32 - Cowboys
August 25, 2014  |  Discuss

Cowboys release Martez Wilson and J.C. Copeland

The Dallas Cowboys trimmed their roster down to 72 players by releasing Martez Wilson and J.C. Copeland. Wilson, 25, was unable to crack a Cowboys roster already thin on players. A former No. 72 overall pick in the 2011 draft he has five sacks in 38 career NFL games. He previously had been let go by the New Orleans Saints and Oakland Raiders before landing with the Cowboys last November...
Via Tireball.com
August 25, 2014  |  Discuss

Cowboys begin making roster cuts

The Dallas Cowboys begin making roster cuts and two solid players are the first to go. @clarencehilljr: Per a source, the a Cowboys get cuts started with purge of DE Martez Wilson and FB JC Copeland. Wilson was a former New Orleans Saint and J.C. Copeland was a stand out full back for LSU. The post Cowboys begin making roster cuts appeared first on NFL Draft Diamonds.
Via NFL Draft Diamonds
August 25, 2014  |  Discuss

Where can Dallas find the DEs for the 53-man roster?

With DeMarcus Lawrence sidelined there is a huge hole at RDE. Jeremy Mincey might be an experienced veteran but I doubt he can replicate his 2011 season in which he totaled 8 sacks with the Jaguars. So who is going to step up? The Cowboys have looked at 2011 3rd round pick Martez Wilson, UDFA Dartwan Bush, brought in Ken Boatright and flipped... -- Click the title above to read...
Via Blue Star Times
August 24, 2014  |  Discuss

Preseason Primer : Cowboys at San Diego

Dallas, TX – The Cowboys have arrived in San Diego in preparations for their preseason tilt with the San Diego Chargers tonight. Let’s dive into everything to take note of and possible players under the radar to watch. Tony No-Go Tony Romo will not suit up in this first game against the Chargers, however will make his debut against the Baltimore Ravens on August 16. With that...
Via cover32 - Cowboys
August 07, 2014  |  Discuss

Analyzing the 2011 Draft: New Orleans Saints

When it comes to grading team’s in the NFL Draft, it takes 3 years to properly asses a team’s success. I previously graded the Carolina Panthers draft. That article can be found here: http://utnsports.com/2014/07/27/analyzing-the-2011-draft-carolina-panthers/ Next up is the New Orleans Saints. The Saints were coming off a season in which they had made the playoffs again, but...
Via Universal Takeover Sports Network
July 28, 2014  |  Discuss

Grading the ‘Boys: Defensive ends leave more to be desired

Dallas, TX- The Cowboys will surely be headed off to Oxnard in the next few weeks with a lot of openings in key positions. For this week’s progress report, we take a look at the defensive ends and try and figure out where folks are going to play. The Cowboys haven’t had this kind of uncertainty in quite some time but the good news is they haven’t had this kind of depth either...
Via cover32 - Cowboys
July 11, 2014  |  Discuss

Dallas Cowboys Depth Chart Analysis: Defensive Ends

Depth ChartGeorge Selvie - 5th Season(2nd with Cowboys)Jeremy Mincey - 8th Season(FA signing)DeMarcus Lawrence - Rookie(2nd round pick)Anthony Spencer - 8th Season(All with Cowboys)Caesar Rayford - 2nd Season(All with Cowboys)Martez Wilson - 4th Season(2nd with Cowboys)Ben Gardner - Rookie(7th round pick)Ben Bass - 3rd Season(All with Cowboys) AnalysisThe Cowboys are counting on...
Via Football Nation
July 05, 2014  |  Discuss
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