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Where's Waldo? McClain and other Cowboys missing from OTAs

OTAs are voluntary. We repeat, OTAs are voluntary.

However, teams would love to have perfect attendance, indicating that everyone on the team is on the same page, working at the same time towards the same goal. 416 more words

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Dangerous Dogs

Last August I faced a situation which was quite terrifying, probably made more frightening due to us living in an isolated spot in the woods with no one in shouting distance. 1,154 more words


Fact or Fiction: Cowboys need an elite edge rusher to prosper in 2016

In today’s pass-happy NFL, pass rusher is often synonymous with edge rusher. While there are some special defensive tackles capable of consistently terrorizing quarterbacks, they simply don’t put up the kinds of sack numbers of which edge rushers are capable.  1,013 more words

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Met Police Seize 300 Illegal Breeds under Dangerous Dogs Act

 The Sky News special report of 12th April caused uproar in the dog world.  They had spent time with the Status Dog Unit and accompanied the dog handlers on various dog seizures.   265 more words


Cowboys getting band back together; re-sign DL Jack Crawford

If it’s one thing that the Dallas Cowboys’ front office seem to be committed to improving on, it’s the art of playing hardball in deal-making. It’s been evidenced several times over the past few seasons and appears to now be a frequent occurrence in negotiations whereas in the not-so-recent past, it’d be purely happenstance. 424 more words

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From my ‘Crossing the headlines’ column in Dog World (9th April 2014) where I review the documentary, ‘Dangerous Dogs’.

MY FIRST experience of a ‘dangerous dog’ was back in the spring of 1992. 1,447 more words


Cowboys free agent DE Jack Crawford visiting with Pittsburgh Steelers

Cowboys free agent defensive end Jack Crawford is visiting the Pittsburgh Steelers, according to this report:

With depth on DL a bit of an issue, …

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