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Old 07-30-2010, 08:58 PM   #31
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yeah dez is out for a little bit...may not be a big deal but rookies need to be in there practicing
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Old 07-30-2010, 08:59 PM   #32
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Jerry "I need a botox injection" Jones, is crying like all the other little cowgirls. Except well, Roy....ha,ha

Jerry Jones suggests Dez Bryant was overworked
Posted by Gregg Rosenthal on July 30, 2010 8:42 PM ET
Reporters love Jerry Jones for the same reason that probably drives coaches crazy: Jones talks and emotes like a fan when things go wrong.

It's no surprise, then, that Jones wasn't pleased when told about Dez Bryant's high ankle sprain, which will cost the rookie 4-6 weeks. In fact, he nudged his coaching staff under the bus.

ESPN's Chris Mortensen writes on Twitter that Jones suggested Bryant was "overworked" and wasn't happy the injury happened on the second to last play of practice after all his reps and his kick return work.

"Got a feeling someone has gotten their butts chewed," Mort wrote.

Wade Phillips has a pretty sweet gig, but an unreasonable "butt chewing" or five from Jerry Jones every season comes with the territory.
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Old 07-31-2010, 12:11 AM   #33
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Start D Hall and Buchanon, have Tryon be the nickel back until he leaps over Buchanon on the depth chart...also have Barnes on the bench.


It's not a bad idea honestly, we could be fine without Carlos if health holds up.

Of course, it's nice to have depth at CB.

Do we have any major needs left? The only way we should do this is to solidify a weakness.
We do have needs, at CORNERBACK!

From SmootSmack earlier on the official training camp thread:
"Barnes still struggling badly, Tryon very inconsistent (DB depth is def something to keep an eye on)"

I don't think we can afford to trade Rogers at all. If Baltimore was desperate enough I'd be ok with trading Barnes or Tryon away maybe. If anything I think it wouldn't hurt for us to look and see who is out there at CB for ourselves.
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Just heard on ESPN radio that both Percy Harvin and Desean Jackson were carted off the field with undisclosed injuries today. That sucks. I like watching both of those little speedsters.
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DeSean Jackson carted off Eagles practice field | ProFootballTalk.com

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yeah dez is out for a little bit...may not be a big deal but rookies need to be in there practicing
At least now I don't need to hear the Madden speak for a while from Cowboy fans.

YO what are u going ta do? Romo at QB. Austin on da left, Bryant on da right, Williams in da slot. Den we got Witten at Tite End and Bennet at da otha Tight End. Den we gots Felix and Barber at Running Back. We is unstoppable.

By the way the answer is simple. Beat the Cowboys the same way the Giants beat the Patriots, hang out in their backfield. If Haynesworth gets in shape then the Cowboys will have to protect against a formidable front. Plus on top of that the only names I recognize at this point in the passing game are Romo, Austin, and Witten. Williams and Bryant both need to prove they can play and Bennet is in a much different situation then Davis where the Redskins are much more willing to play two tight end sets and move one of the Tight Ends to the slot. So their reps will be much different. It would also be nice if the Cowboys running game took a hit due to the team focusing so much on the pass.
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According to radio reports here in OKC, Jackson's injury may be a MCL tear. Again just rumors... No word on Harvin
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According to radio reports here in OKC, Jackson's injury may be a MCL tear. Again just rumors... No word on Harvin
That sucks. Wonder how long he's out for. Everything I'm seeing on MCL's says 4 to 8 weeks. By the way, with all these injuries to pass catchers maybe we should tell Santana to take a day off or two.
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I hope we can avoid the injury bug this year!! This is a scary time of year to lose a player during camp.
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New report is injured back on Jackson.. Again alot of rumors flying around on this injury
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At least now I don't need to hear the Madden speak for a while from Cowboy fans.

YO what are u going ta do? Romo at QB. Austin on da left, Bryant on da right, Williams in da slot. Den we got Witten at Tite End and Bennet at da otha Tight End. Den we gots Felix and Barber at Running Back. We is unstoppable.

By the way the answer is simple. Beat the Cowboys the same way the Giants beat the Patriots, hang out in their backfield. If Haynesworth gets in shape then the Cowboys will have to protect against a formidable front. Plus on top of that the only names I recognize at this point in the passing game are Romo, Austin, and Witten. Williams and Bryant both need to prove they can play and Bennet is in a much different situation then Davis where the Redskins are much more willing to play two tight end sets and move one of the Tight Ends to the slot. So their reps will be much different. It would also be nice if the Cowboys running game took a hit due to the team focusing so much on the pass.
If officials are on their games this year, they'll flag the Cowboys for too many weapons in the huddle.
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After one of this years biggest draft red flags, well cincy you got what was advertised Andre is going through Big Mac's like they are gonna stop production and has a bum foot. 370 lbs! You fat slob.

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After one of this years biggest draft red flags, well cincy you got what was advertised Andre is going through Big Mac's like they are gonna stop production and has a bum foot. 370 lbs! You fat slob.

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Say what you want about Haynesworth but at least he lost a bunch of weight this offseason. Why though, did you us the article from 2009?

Report: Andre Smith weighs 370 | ProFootballTalk.com

Anyway, doesn't matter who they have at Wide Reciever, if they can't protect Palmer they'll go nowhere. Plus this time around they won't have Cedric Benson to fall back on, at least not for the first few games and in the NFL a few games can make all the difference especially in a division as competitive as the AFC North.
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Say what you want about Haynesworth but at least he lost a bunch of weight this offseason. Why though, did you us the article from 2009?

Report: Andre Smith weighs 370 | ProFootballTalk.com

Anyway, doesn't matter who they have at Wide Reciever, if they can't protect Palmer they'll go nowhere. Plus this time around they won't have Cedric Benson to fall back on, at least not for the first few games.
Same reason you did. It's the same link on the PFT article...seems unlikely.
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