Photo: Randy Gregory Gets Dallas Cowboys Tattoo

Former Nebraska Cornhuskers defensive end Randy Gregory is one of the newest members of the Dallas Cowboys. After falling in the draft due to a number of issues — including a failed marijuana test at the 2015 NFL Scouting Combine — Gregory was selected by Dallas with the 60th overall pick. It was immediately clear that Gregory was excited for the opportunity and to show that...
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Dallas Cowboys welcome the new #94

Years ago the Dallas Cowboys brought a guy from San Francisco to give them some defensive line help and he came in right away to help them win Super Bowl XXVIII in 1992. Of course, Charles Haley’s future with the Dallas Cowboys then became one of the best times for this franchise as they won three Super Bowls in his first four years. In the 2005 NFL Draft, with the 11th pick in...
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Will the Dallas Cowboys Get the Most out of their Second-Round Pick Randy Gregory?

LINCOLN, NE – AUGUST 30: Defensive end Randy Gregory #4 of the Nebraska Cornhuskers during their game against the Florida Atlantic Owls at Memorial Stadium on August 30, 2014 in Lincoln, Nebraska. Nebraska defeated Florida Atlantic 55-7. (Mandatory Credit: Eric Francis/Getty Images) The Dallas Cowboys owner and general manager Jerry Jones has yet to shy away from troubled athletes...
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The draft journey of new Dallas Cowboy Randy Gregory

Randy Gregory was riding high going into the NFL Combine after finishing his college career at Nebraska. He was a junior college transfer from Arizona Western College. In his two seasons with the Corn Huskers, he recorded 120 tackles (25.5 of them for a loss), 17.5 sacks and two interceptions (one of which resulted in a touchdown). Most experts thought he was a top five prospect...
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Jason Garrett Confident Cowboys Have Good Environment for Randy Gregory

Dallas Cowboys head coach Jason Garrett has a special message for fans regarding the team’s newest pass-rusher Randy Gregory: Stay calm, we got this. “We believe we have the right kind of environment here with the Cowboys,” Garrett said on NFL Network. “We have an excellent coaching staff who believes in coaching the man first, and we also have an excellent support staff...
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Three Huskers picked in NFL Draft

The Nebraska Cornhuskers have have multiple players drafted into the NFL every year since 1969 and the streak didn't end this season.One of the most discussed prospects in this draft was Huskers defensive end/outside linebacker Randy Gregory. With his stock falling dramatically, he was not the first Nebraska player selected. That honor went to Ameer Abdullah who was selected with...
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News: Dallas Cowboys select defensive end from Nebraska

In the second day of the NFL Draft, the Dallas Cowboys selected Randy Gregory, a defensive end from Nebraska. Gregory, a 2014 second-team All –American and first-team All-Big Ten (Media Coaches), was in attendance last night, walked the golden carpet but was snubbed during the first round.  During career at Nebraska, despite missing two games, he still managed a team-high seven...
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Cowboys grab sliding pass rusher Randy Gregory in 2nd round

IRVING, Texas (AP) The Cowboys have taken Nebraska defensive end Randy Gregory with the 60th overall pick in the draft. Gregory was considered a first-round talent but dropped to the second round Friday night after testing positive for marijuana at the NFL combine in February. Asked about the failed drug test after getting drafted, Gregory said, ''it is in the past.'' He then added...
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Cowboys Select Randy Gregory, DE, Nebraska #60

With the #60 pick in the 2nd round the Cowboys selected Randy Gregory, DE, Nebraska. This will be a polarizing pick with several stud running back still on the board. Gregory was a potential Top 10 pick, but then all the failed drug test at the Combine made him drop a few, but then more info came out that he failed multiple times while at Nebraska. He’ll enter the league automatically...
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NFL Draft 2015: Complete Round 2 results

Round 2 of the 2015 NFL Draft is in the books. As is always the case, there were plenty of surprises. During the second round, there were some surprising reaches and zero quarterbacks selected, but the round also saw the end of the Randy Gregory freefall when he fell into the Dallas Cowboys’ lap. Among the most talented players still on the board are Jaelen Strong and TJ Clemmins...
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Randy Gregory falls to Dallas Cowboys in Round 2

The Randy Gregory freefall has ended. Gregory entered the draft season as a projected top ten selection, but a failed drug test at the NFL Scouting Combine and some questions about his ability to handle the mental rigors of the NFL led to Gregory’s fall. Finally, in the second round of the 2015 NFL Draft with the 60th overall pick, Gregory got that phone call he was waiting for...
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Randy Gregory Missed Multiple Meetings, Stock Plummets

Former Nebraska pass rusher Randy Gregory has still not been drafted, and now we might know why. According to ESPN’s Adam Schefter, Gregory has shown a lack of mental readiness to move up to the professional levels, thus his plummeting draft stock. “He missed some meetings with some teams, at least three of those meetings with teams,” Schefter said.  “Now he did have a long...
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How Twitter reacted to the Raiders selecting DL Mario Edwards

How Twitter reacted to the selection of DL Mario Edwards With the 35th pick, the Raiders chose Florida State defensive lineman Mario Edwards. Reaction was mixed. There was a hope of landing Nebraska edge rusher Randy Gregory. Here’s a sampling. From the understatedly enthusiastic Raiders take Mario Edwards to go with Khalil Mack. I like it — Jason La Canfora (@JasonLaCanfora...
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Eagles seek value picks in Rounds 2 and 3– Livefyre coverage

Here come Rounds 2 and 3 from Chicago this Friday evening—and once again our Bored of Eagles analysts will report to us their reactions to the talent selections as they happen live in the Comments section below. These are the Rounds where you want to find the best values—possibly a Top 50 talent that somehow slipped through Round 1. NFL Network’s Path to the Draft crew sat...
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Jerry Jones: 'Never tempted' to take Gregory over Jones

As the Dallas Cowboys waited for their selection at No. 27 overall, one of the draft's best talents continued to tumble down the draft board. Nebraska defensive end prospect Randy Gregory was originally projected to be a top-five selection, but off-field issues had soured his draft stock.When the Cowboys were finally on the board, and Gregory was still available, most experts expected...
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Randy Gregory Disappointed At Not Being Selected In Round 1

At one point over the winter, Nebraska pass rusher Randy Gregory was seen by some as a Top 10 pick. Thus, after a whirlwind of changes and slump in draft stock, it’s no surprise that he was disappointed when he wasn’t selected yesterday. Speaking to Rand Getlin of Yahoo Sports, Gregory went into detail about how down he was feeling about not being a first round pick, going so...
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Could Randy Gregory fall to the New York Giants in the second round?

One of the better talents still on the board after day one is Nebraska defensive end Randy Gregory, whose draft stock fell off sharply after a failed drug test at the scouting combine. Could he fall all the way to number 40 overall? And if he does, should the New York Giants take him? AROUND COVER32 Bold Predictions: Five players still on the board who will be better than most first...
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The Best Available Players for the Browns on Day 2

The Cleveland Browns added a lot of weight on Day 1 of the 2015 NFL Draft, upgrading their trenches with their first round picks in defensive lineman Danny Shelton and offensive lineman Cameron Erving. As much fun as Thursday night may have been, the team still has eight more selections to go. So where will they go on Day 2with their two selections? There are still a lot of very...
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NFL Draft 2015, Day 2 live stream and TV info

Day 2 of the 2015 NFL Draft takes place on Friday night, with the second and third rounds taking place at Auditorium Theatre in Chicago, Illinois. A number of top prospects remain on the board, like Alabama safety Landon Collins and Nebraska pass rusher Randy Gregory, so there will be value for teams looking for immediate contributors. How can you tune in to the second day of the...
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Former Nebraska Star Randy Gregory Says He Didn’t Sleep Last Night, Feels Like He Let His Family Down

A couple months ago, former Nebraska defensive end Randy Gregory was seen as a lock to go very high in the first round of the 2015 NFL Draft.  Fast forward a couple months – months that included a failed drug test at the combine and concerns about his mental state surfacing – and that didn’t happen. The first round took place Thursday night in Chicago, and Gregory was not...
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NFL Notes: Browns, Cowboys, Jaguars, Rams, & Titans

Browns Jeremy Fowler reports that the Browns could be a team to watch for Arizona State WR Jaelen Strong tonight. Cowboys Peter Schrager reports that the Cowboys were “very tempted” by Nebraska DE/OLB Randy Gregory at No. 27 overall. However, Dallas elected to take UConn CB Byron Jones, who has no character flaws. Jaguars Michael DiRocco suggests running ...
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Randy Gregory, Jalen Collins Among Best Available Players On NFL Draft Day 2

Three hours and 25 minutes later, we’re only one-seventh through the 2015 NFL Draft. There weren’t many huge surprise picks in the first round of the draft Thursday night, but there are plenty of good players for the New England Patriots and the rest of the 31 NFL teams to select from Friday and Saturday, including many with character red flags. Check out the best remaining players...
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Five players the Raiders should consider in round two

Five players the Raiders Should Consider in Round 2 Round 1 is firmly in the books. It was a rather uneventful experience filled with modest trades and questionable draft picks. Raider Nation would like to thank the St. Louis Rams for reaching on the selection of Todd Gurley, a player that is recovering from ACL surgery. Similarly, Rams GM Les Snead deserves credit for making good...
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Top Five Draft Prospects Heading Into Day Two

1. Randy Gregory: Outside Linebacker, Nebraska Once considered a consensus top ten pick in the draft, Gregory has tumbled down draft boards over the past month.  His biggest issues are his size (6”5’, 235 pounds) and his failed drug test. Regardless of the concerns, he is one of the best edge rushers in the draft class and could be a steal for whoever gets him in the second...
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Mike Tomlin Says New Steelers OLB Bud Dupree Is A “Football Junkie”

While a few edge-rushers in the 2015 NFL Draft such as Nebraska’s Randy Gregory and Missouri’s Shane Ray may have character issues associated with them, that doesn’t seem to be the case with new Pittsburgh Steelers outside linebacker Bud Dupree, who was picked by the team with the 22nd overall selection in the first round […] Mike Tomlin Says New Steelers OLB Bud Dupree...
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