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Reviewing the Cowboys’ drafts: 2012[NFL Nation: Thu 4/17 9:32 AM]
It’s a mystery to me why any college wide receiver with aspirations of the NFL, would neglect blocking as an unimportant part of their position. Texas A&M WR Mike Evans has professed himself as the best WR in the draft, and the best blocking WR. Why? He takes pride in it, and the proof is […]
Jones' latest foray into pissing off diehard fans took place last week, when he appeared to place popularity over on-field success in comments hyping the 50th annual Academy of Country Music Awards, which take place at his big, shiny stadium in Arlington next year.
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Cowboys 2014 Draft: Names Of More Players With Pre-Draft Visits To Dallas - Blogging The Boys
More names confirmed to have visited, or will be visiting, the Cowboys as a prelude to the 2014 draft. We have the up-to-date list of all the confirmed names.
Cowboys Garrett Gilbert will be part of Dallas Day workouts.
With that said, there is nearly a consensus that Dallas will use its first-round pick in next month’s draft on the defensive side of the ball. New defensive coordinator Rod Marinelli will be under a microscope next year and will need some new weapons for this unit to improve.
The one player who I think would create an enormous impact is Alabama safety Ha Ha Clinton-Dix.
We're back with an updated Cowboys mock draft database: we break down 40 NFL mock drafts and look where 12 players projected as possible Cowboys picks fall across those 40 mocks.
In this fourth edition of our mock draft database, we take a peek at 40 different mock drafts by some of the better known draftniks on the interwebs to figure out what the consensus has to say about the top candidates for the Cowboys' first-round pick.
In those 40 mocks, we've looked at 12 different players - all of whom were mocked to the Cowboys at some point - to see what the prospect landscape for the Cowboys will look like. Of those 12 prospects, exactly half are known pre-draft visitors to Valley Ranch (Anthony Barr, Aaron Donald, Zack
Just when Free Agency seems to be all over for the Cowboys, they prove that their not done yet.
According to Todd Archer of ESPN Dallas, the Cowboys have brought in offensive guard Davin Joseph, formerly of the Buccaneers, and former Cardinal reciver LaRon Byrd will visit this week as well.
Joseph, is the more intriguing candidate, coming off a dreadful season in Tampa, is in need of a fresh start. It is worth noting that Joseph is a two-time Pro Bowler. At the age of 30, it isn’t out of the realm of possibility that he cannot return to his pro-bowl status.
Byrd, an undrafted free-agent in
Just when we thought the Cowboys were done with free agency until after the draft...
Things had been so quiet on the free agency front since Dallas signed Henry Melton you could be excused for thinking they were done. Apparently, they still have some interest. According to the always-reliable Todd Archer, the Cowboys brought in free agent guard Davin Joseph for a visit earlier in the week. Joesph was once a very good guard in this league with two Pro Bowls to his credit. But last year he played horribly for the Bucs after trying to
The primary focus at Valley Ranch these days is the upcoming draft.
That doesn’t mean the Cowboys can’t slip in a free agent visit or two.
Veteran guard Davin Joseph has met with the Cowboys. Receiver LaRon Byrd, who met with the New York Giants earlier in the week, is scheduled for a workout on Thursday.
Joseph is the most interesting of the two names. The former first round pick spent the first eight years of his NFL career in Tampa Bay. The Bucs released him this off-season to … [visit site to read more]
The Dallas Cowboys aren’t in a position to miss on their first-round pick in the 2014 NFL draft. Sitting with the 16th overall selection, the Cowboys need an immediate impact player.
There’s really not too much of a consensus on which direction the team will head, however. There’s a limited number of elite players at the positions of most need to Dallas, defensive end being chief among them.
Nonetheless, there are a handful of prospects who seem like they could possibly interest the ‘Boys in the first round. Let’s assess the odds of each of them ending up in Dallas in 2014.
This year’s Draft is surely to provide tons of excitement per usual. Most pundits are calling this Draft to be the deepest in about a decade. There is also a ton of excitement in this year’s quarterback class, which spells good news for The Dallas Cowboys who pick at 16th overall.
The Cowboys need help in almost every spot on the defense. After signing Henry Melton, they’ve upgraded their defensive line a little bit, but still need help. With that said guys like Sutton, Jeffcoat, Louis-Nix and other should still be available in the later rounds.
The one thing the Cowboys have lacked for some time is that hard-hitting, nasty, rangy and coverage-abled safety. So cover32 chose Louisville’s Calvin Pryor as the Cowboys
The preseason schedule has been determined and the 2014 opponents have been finalized. The NFL, however, still has not revealed the actual schedule for this upcoming season.
But there’s good news. The schedule is planned to be released next Tuesday, according to ProFootballTalk.com’s Mike Florio.
Florio wrote Wednesday that the unveiling could be moved to Wednesday, April 23 or … [visit site to read more]
It’s my belief that during the off season, members of Cowboy Nation should be optimistic about our immediate future. Like other teams, our Cowboys are preparing to improve the team with new players in the upcoming draft. It’s exciting to wonder what the Cowboys and Jerry Jones will do with the draft. We will […]
More names confirmed to have visited, or will be visiting, the Cowboys as a prelude to the 2014 draft.
Earlier this week we posted a list of names that were expected to visit the Cowboys this week. These are part of the national visits and the Dallas Day visits. As we've previously noted, the Cowboys usually select at least a few players in the draft that come from these visits. They are a very good indicator of who they are truly interested in for the 2014 draft. Since we posted that initial list, more players have been