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First and 10: Dallas Cowboys select Randy Gregory

First and 10: Dallas Cowboys select Randy Gregory.

At first look, taking Randy Gregory makes total sense. Just about every scouting service or NFL expert I’ve read this offseason says that Gregory is one of the best, if not the best edge rusher in this draft. 81 more words


The Case For … Mario Edwards Jr.

The Case For … Mario Edwards Jr..

Why does he fit in Dallas: The Cowboys did a good job stopping the run last year, emerging as a Top 10 unit in that department. 83 more words


Coach's Corner: South Carolina's Steve Spurrier

In no particular order, the following items can be found on South Carolina coach Steve Spurrier’s springtime to-do list:

Find a quarterback. Break in a new co-defensive coordinator. 2,372 more words


Greg Hardy Worth the Price if Given Incentive-Laden Contract

Carolina Panthers’ free agent defensive end Greg Hardy is on his way to Dallas Cowboys Headquarters this afternoon. According to ESPN NFL Insider Adam Schefter, the Cowboys and Hardy’s agent, Drew Rosenhaus, began negotiating a contract last evening, but have not come to an agreement at this time. 558 more words


The Case For … Owamagbe Odighizuwa

The Case For … Owamagbe Odighizuwa.

So far in the scouting process: The words “Greek God with pads off” has come up in reference to Odighizuwa, who was a consistent pass rush threat whenever he was on the field for the Bruins. 58 more words


Dallas Cowboys 2012 Draft Review

Dallas Cowboys 2012 Draft Review.

First Round: Morris Claiborne, CB, LSU

Grade: C-minus

He’s been dogged by injuries each of the past two years. But when healthy, in the new system coached by Rod Marinelli, he’s been inconsistent and, at times, invisible. 82 more words


Five In House Priorities the Dallas Cowboys Face this Offseason

Five In House Priorities the Dallas Cowboys Face this Offseason.

Priority 2: Settling the Dez/DeMarco debate

Two developments in the past week. First, the Cowboys have reportedly made Murray an offer — four years, $16 million. 155 more words