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Charley Casserly: Rolando McClain was a wasted trade for the Cowboys

Former NFL general manager Charley Casserly doesn’t believe the Cowboys made a smart moving in trading for troubled linebacker Rolando McClain. Inside Training Camp Live: @CharleyCasserly questioned Rolando McClain's instincts and called it a wasted trade. "I don't think he can play" — NFL: AroundTheLeague (@NFL_ATL) July 25, 2014 var ACE_AR = {Site...
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Cowboys LB Rolando McClain Sentenced to 18 Days in Jail

In a case that had seemed to drag on for almost two-years, Cowboys linebacker Rolando McClain will serve 18 days in jail for cursing out a cop at a cookout in Decatur, Alabama. McClain is expected to appeal the decision.
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Cowboys LB Rolando McClain Sentenced to 18 Days in Jail

McClain who has had several run-ins with the law and also a couple of retirements from the NFL was sentenced to 18 days in jail for cursing out a cop at a cookout in Decatur, GA. McClain who is now making a comeback with Cowboys is appealing the decision, so he isn’t serving his time currently.
Via BlackSportsOnline
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Cowboys LB Rolando McClain sentenced to 18 days in jail

Cowboys linebacker Rolando McClain was sentenced to 18 days in jail on Friday for resisting arrest as well as disorderly conduct. The trial happened on Friday and McClain was found guilty on both charges and sentenced to 18 days in jail. However, McClain won’t be put behind bars just yet. According to Al.com, attorneys for McClain filed an immediate appeal seeking to overturn...
Via Pro Football Zone
17 hours ago  |  Discuss

Dallas Cowboys have one guy named to projected 2014 All-NFL team

The offseason is officially complete, as training camps across the league started this week. Thus, it’s a good time to assess what each team has on their roster; things are pretty much set, especially in terms of starting lineups. During a four-week period this summer, the editors at cover32 determined the All-Division team for each of the NFL’s eight divisions. Today, it...
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Rolando McClain sentenced to 18 days in Jail

Dallas, TX- Today, A Decatur, Alabama Judge found McClain guilty of resisting arrest for a previous incident. He was sentenced to 18 days in jail but is currently going to appeal the ruling. Now this incident will go to trial on a later date. The evidence is spotty at best, but officer’s claim that McClain shouted “F#$% the Police”, however in the video evidence there is no...
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Cowboys’ LB Rolando McClain Sentenced to 18 Days in Jail

The never-ending saga of Rolando McClain’s off-field issues seem to be continuing in an Alabama courtroom this week. The newly signed Dallas Cowboys linebacker was sentenced to 18 days in jail stemming from charges of resisting arrest and disorderly conduct back in 2013. His lawyer, Harvey Steinberg, filed an immediate appeal. This means that McClain will be able to avoid jail...
Via Sportsnaut
20 hours ago  |  Discuss

Rolando McClain Found Guilty

A judge in Alabama found  on both misdemeanor charges earlier today, from an incident that occurred in Decatur, Alabama in 2013. McClain’s The post Rolando McClain Found Guilty appeared first on Dallas Cowboys Nation.
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NFL Dallas Cowboys Rolando McClain Sentenced to 18 Days in Jail for Unruly Behavior

5TH QUARTER MAG 5TH QUARTER MAG - Exclusive sports rumors and gossip NFL Dallas Cowboys linebacker Rolando McClain was on Friday found guilty of two misdemeanor charges, resisting arrest and disorderly conduct,.. NFL Dallas Cowboys Rolando McClain Sentenced to 18 Days in Jail for Unruly Behavior
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Cowboys linebacker Rolando McClain will serve an 18 day jail sentence

A judge on Friday convicted Dallas Cowboys linebacker Rolando McClain of resisting arrest and disorderly conduct in his Alabama hometown and imposed an 18-day jail term that could interrupt the player’s bid to restart his career. Municipal Judge Billy Cook convicted McClain on the misdemeanor counts after a non-jury trial that lasted about three hours. […] The post Cowboys linebacker...
Via NFL Draft Diamonds
21 hours ago  |  Discuss

Cowboys Rolando McClain Convicted in Alabama Court, Already Appeals

photo credit: Jeffrey Beall via wikimediacommons.org NFL-  Dallas Cowboys LB Rolando McClain was convicted Friday on misdemeanor charges of resisting arrest and disorderly conduct in Decatur, Alabama. McClain was hoping his court date would be pushed back, allowing him to start Cowboys training camp on time, but the Judge disallowed. McClain was sentenced to 18 days in jail but...
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22 hours ago  |  Discuss

Former Alabama star Rolando McClain found guilty on 2 charges in Decatur

A judge today found former Alabama All-American Rolando McClain guilty on two misdemeanor charges stemming from a 2013 incident in his hometown and sentenced him to 18 days in jail. The jail term will be delayed after McClain's attorneys filed an immediate appeal in Morgan County Circuit Court seeking to overturn the verdict handed down by Muncipal Judge Bill Cook. McClain...
Via Pro Sports Daily
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Cowboys LB Rolando McClain Convicted Of Resisting Arrest & Disorderly Conduct

  Cowboys ILB Rolando McClain has been convicted of resisting arrest and disorderly conduct for his involvement in an accident that occurred in Alabama last year, via the Associated Press. McClain has already filed an appealed regarding the courts ruling. The charges are both considered misdemeanors. McClain, 25, was accused of yelling an obscenity at police officers that were...
Via NFL Trade Rumors
23 hours ago  |  Discuss

Cowboys look to help Rolando McClain

There are three good reasons why twice-retired, thrice-arrested linebacker Rolando McClain was worth the risk for the Dallas Cowboys. First, as owner/general manager Jerry Jones frankly said, the Cowboys had a major need at middle linebacker after Sean Lee's season-ending knee injury suffered on the first day of organized team activities in May. Second, the Cowboys didn...
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Rolando McClain to Make First Practice

Rolando McClain will participate in the first practice of training camp before flying back to Alabama to appear in court for a The post Rolando McClain to Make First Practice appeared first on Dallas Cowboys Nation.
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Rolando McClain's trial not postponed, will miss start of Cowboys camp

The Cowboys made a bit of a surprising move at the beginning of this month, trading for Ravens linebacker Rolando McClain, the former first-round pick for the Raiders who has had a tough time lately deciding whether he wants to play or retire. Now, it sounds like McClain won't get to immediately join his new teammates. That's because a judge in Decatur, Alabama on Tuesday...
Via Pro Sports Daily
3 days ago  |  Discuss

Rolando McClain unable to get his trial date pushed back

According to Albert Breer of the NFL Network, Cowboys linebacker Rolando McClain was unable to get his trial date pushed back. Per the AP, an Alabama judge denied Cowboys LB Rolando McClain's request to have his trial date pushed back. It's set for Friday. — Albert Breer (@AlbertBreer) July 22, 2014 var ACE_AR = {Site: '898551', Size: '468060'...
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Cowboys’ Scouting Report: Rolando McClain could make waves

When the Dallas Cowboys traded for Rolando McClain, a lot of the media and fans wondered why the team would trade for a former first round bust at linebacker who retired twice. And before I had any thoughts about the trade, I wanted to go back and review the All-22 film to see what happened to McClain in Oakland. And I was pleasantly surprised. Let me make this clear, Oakland did...
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15 days ago  |  1 Comment

More to McClain than meets the eye

Dallas, TX – When we were interrupted during our World Cup game between USA and Brazil to hear that the Cowboys had made a trade with the Baltimore Ravens for Rolando McClain, nobody seemed to be too interested at the time. Yet as the days keep passing, I seem to have a few thoughts about this former 8th overall pick daily and something inside won’t let it go. McClain was once...
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19 days ago  |  Discuss

Dallas Cowboys Acquire Rolando McClain: Give Jerry A Gold Star!

Sean Lee is hurt.  Again.Has been for weeks, actually.He won't hit the escalators in his contract to guarantee another $7.5 million.  He won't be the on-field leader of the Cowboys' defense in 2014.Enter Rolando McClain.Picked eighth overall by Oakland in the 2010 draft, he's been disappointing, like many other highly drafted Raiders before him.  Issues with McClain...
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22 days ago  |  Discuss

If Rolando McClain works in Dallas, Jerry Jones is a genius

Back in 2011, Rolando McClain recorded a career high five sacks and 99 total tackles for the Oakland Raiders.He was a couple of years removed from Alabama head coach Nick Saban’s system, and seemed to be headed toward becoming one of the best young linebackers in the NFL.Then McCain was released by the Raiders, signed by the Baltimore Ravens and decided to retire. He’s been arrested...
Via Pro Football Spot
23 days ago  |  Discuss

Cowboys, Ravens exchanged 2016 7th round picks as part of Rolando McClain deal

The Cowboys announced some more details regarding their acquisition of linebacker Rolando McClain from Ravens on Tuesday. #Cowboys sent a 7th rounder to #Ravens for Rolando McClain & a 7th rounder yesterday, the team now says. Picks are for 2016 draft, not 2015 — Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) July 2, 2014 Related posts: var ACE_AR = {Site: '898551', Size: '468060...
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Acquiring Rolando McClain Might Not be as Stupid as it Appears for the Dallas Cowboys

When the news broke that the Dallas Cowboys traded a draft pick (doesn't matter what pick; could be the 289th round and it would still be a stupid move) to the Baltimore Ravens for retired linebacker Rolando McClain and a subsequent draft pick the world scoffed.Here Jerry Jones goes again making a completely moronic move in some strange and bizarre way to try and prove he...
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23 days ago  |  Discuss

Mailbag: McClain’s role, Dez’s maturation and more…

Dallas, TX- In this dead period between Mini-Camp and Training Camp it hasn’t stopped the minds of many Cowboys’ fans from pondering many different thoughts and ideas. Over the last week we’ve received quite a few questions in regards to what’s next and exactly what are the Cowboys trying to accomplish between now and Training Camp. I thought I’d take a little time to answer...
Via cover32 - Cowboys
23 days ago  |  Discuss

Ravens turn 7th rounder into 6th for “Rolando McClain”

Ozzie Newsome seems to have done it again. On face value, trading a former top-10 pick and a seventh round pick for a sixth rounder isn’t anything to get excited about.  The only thing is, most former top-10 picks haven’t sat out one and a half seasons. The Ravens signed McClain before last season in hopes of turning his once immense talent into some tangible production.  What...
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23 days ago  |  Discuss
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