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Having been replaced by a former Panthers backup, Chase Blackburn is now a Panthers backup. The former Giants linebacker just tweeted an apparent deal with the Panthers, after eight years in New York. Blackburn became expendable when the Giants signed f…Share Tweet
Dez Bryant: Dallas Cowboys will be NFC East front-runners in 2013Throughout his third season with the Dallas Cowboys it seemed as if Dez Bryant became more comfortable speaking to the media in the locker room at Valley Ranch and after games at Cowboys Stadium. Bryant continued to demonstrate that comfort Wednesday as…Share Tweet
Dallas Cowboys WR Dez Bryant uses Twitter to defend himself against Skip BaylessDez Bryant really wants to be clear that he never said he was going to record 2,000 receiving yards in a season. He simply said it was possible. The Dallas Cowboys wide receiver has used Twitter the last two days to defend comments he made in a Tuesday …Share Tweet
Dez Bryant: Pro Days, NFL Combine are overrated; I’d take Danny Amendola over Wes WelkerDallas Cowboys wide receiver Dez Bryant is making the media rounds this week on ESPN and joined the SportsNation show Tuesday to have some fun. Bryant caught footballs and shot baskets on a mini basketball hoop with former NBA swingman Jalen Rose and fo…Share Tweet
Cowboys do more shuffling, make Will Allen deal officialprofootballtalk.com Mar 27, 2013We thought the Cowboys would be making moves on Wednesday and they haven’t disappointed. Quarterback Kyle Orton restructured his contract to make cap space for linebacker Justin Durant and now the team’s made another move to create room for the additiShare TweetWith precious little salary-cap space at the start of the day, the Dallas Cowboys restructured the contract of quarterback Kyle Orton and released wide receiver Anthony Armstrong in order to sign linebacker Justin Durant and safety Will Allen.Share Tweet
Cowboys cut WR Anthony Armstrong to free up more salary cap space to officially sign free agent SS Will AllenThe Cowboys have cut wide receiver Anthony Armstrong to free up more salary cap space so that they could officially sign free agent safety Will Allen to a one-year deal, according to a source. By cutting Armstrong and restructuring the contract of backu…Share TweetFree agent safety Michael Huff agreed to a contract with Baltimore this morning, the Ravens announced. The deal is reportedly worth $6 million over three years. On Monday, Huff visited the Cowboys at Valley Ranch. On Tuesday, Huff was in Austin and atte…Share Tweet
Breaking Down the ‘Boys: Stanford RB Stepfan Taylor an Interesting ProspectJonathan 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 ofShare TweetWith 92 receptions for 1,382 yards and 12 touchdowns, Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Dez Bryant is coming off his most productive of his three seasons in the NFL. Bryant came on very strong in the second half of last season, playing through a broken finge…Share Tweet
Dez Bryant Eyes 2,000 Yards ReceivingMar 27Herm Edwards, Stephen A. Smith and Skip Bayless react to Dez Bryant's comments that he is capable of becoming the NFL's first 2,000-yard receiver.
Jim Trotter: So-so pro day may not help Matt Barkley's draft prospectsMar 27LOS ANGELES -- Matt Barkley said he had nothing to prove Wednesday afternoon following his first workout for NFL teams. If that's the case the former USC star succeeded, because he failed to prove to the roughly 50 coaches and scouts in attendance that …
Don Banks: 2013 NFL Mock Draft 3.0Mar 27After a painfully slow start in comparison to recent years, the plot in this year's quarterback draft class is about to thicken. Matt Barkley's much-anticipated pro day workout at USC is Wednesday, and if he puts sufficient arm strength on display, he s…