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Free agent safety Michael Huff says visit went well with Cowboys, but he’s headed to more visits in Baltimore and Green BayUpdated Mar 26 Share Tweet
AUSTIN — Free agent safety Michael Huff is making his rounds this week. On Monday, he visited the Cowboys at Valley Ranch. On Tuesday, the former Longhorn was in Austin to offer his support at Texas’ pro day. Huff said his visit Monday with the Cowboy
Texas pro day: Cowboys have their eyes on Longhorns safety Kenny Vaccaro, who impressed despite injured hipUpdated Mar 26 Share TweetAUSTIN — At least 26 NFL teams were represented Tuesday at Texas’ pro day, and many had eyes on safety Kenny Vaccaro, who is projected as a first-round choice in late April’s draft. The Cowboys had two scouts in Austin on Tuesday. A week ago, Cowboy
Texas’ pro day: Former Longhorns QB Vince Young takes advantage of almost certainly his last chance to work his back into NFLUpdated Mar 26 Share TweetAUSTIN — Texas’ pro day was almost certainly former Longhorns quarterback Vince Young’s last chance to work his way back into the NFL. At least 26 NFL teams were represented at Texas’ pro day, and most were there to get a closer look at safety KenShare TweetDallas Cowboys receiver Dez Bryant is confident that he's capable of becoming the NFL's first 2,000-yard receiver.Source: ESPN.com
Mike Jenkins will visit the JaguarsUpdated Mar 26 Share TweetThe Jaguars lost cornerback Derek Cox in the early days of free agency. They now could be filling the void with a former first-round pick. Cowboys cornerback Mike Jenkins will be visiting Jacksonville, according to a source with knowledge of the situati…Source: profootballtalk.comShare TweetThe Dallas Cowboys have agreed to terms on a two-year contract with free agent linebacker Justin Durant, ESPN's Adam Schefter reports. A minor hiccup to Durant joining the Cowboys is that the team is currently around $100,000 under the cap and will need…Share TweetThe case of Dallas Cowboys defensive tackle Josh Brent remains a terribly sad one all the way around. The greatest sadness is, of course, over the loss of the life of teammate Jerry Brown, who was killed in the Dec. 8 car accident for which Brent is cha…Source: ESPN.com
Breaking Down the ‘Boys: Michigan State RB Le’Veon Bell not what Cowboys needUpdated Mar 26 Share TweetJonathan Bales is a special contributor to SportsDayDFW.com. He’s the founder of The DC Times and writes for DallasCowboys.com and the New York Times. He’s also the author of
Bryant Feeling Focused, ConfidentMar 26Dallas Cowboys receiver Dez Bryant is confident that he's capable of becoming the NFL's first 2,000-yard receiver.
Cowboys Close To Romo ExtensionMar 26Adam Schefter discusses why the Cowboys need to sign QB Tony Romo to a long-term extension.
NFL free agency - Teams being strategic with big contractsMar 26Free agency has been fast and furious, but teams have been strategic with big contracts, writes John Clayton.
Peter King: Titans feel good about leap of faith hiring Gregg Williams; ma…Mar 26Tennessee coach Mike Munchak knew he'd have a bullseye on his back when he stuck his neck out and hired Gregg Williams as the team's senior assistant on defense (that's the real title) last month. So many questions surround the hire, and will surround i…
Sports Guy Vault: USA-Mexico and the Insanity of Estadio AztecaMar 26In 2009, Bill Simmons decided to cross another item off his bucket list by traveling south to Mexico City and Estadio Azteca to take in the sights, so...