Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones speaks in favor of an NFL in Las Vegas.
Just because Mississippi State quarterback Dak Prescott was Dallas’ eventual pick, in the fourth round, doesn’t mean he’s feeling unwanted.
On one of his first touches in a Dallas Cowboys uniform at Friday’s rookie minicamp at Valley Ranch, first-rounder Ezekiel Elliott slipped during an agility drill, causing his body to nudge one of the cones.
It’s a fun game: Cowboys draftees get their freshly-assigned numbers and we try to attach significance to the assignments.
I’ve tried desperately to preach that while Jerry Jones remains the general (manager) of the Cowboys, his trusted lieutenants have power, too.
Maybe the Dallas Cowboys have inside information on their side. Or maybe linebacker Jaylon Smith has divine intervention on his side.
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Elliott has flash. Elliott is marketable. But most of all: He’s the guy, along with Florida State defensive back Jalen Ramsey, who held top spots on the Dallas draft board.
Dallas may very well have Ramsey at the very top of the board and view him as Stud 1A … and if he’s somehow gone before Dallas picks, the Cowboys take Stud 1B, running back Ezekiel Elliott.
Be Prepared for the Dallas Cowboys to have Florida State defensive back Jalen Ramsey on the top of their NFL Draft board.
Now along comes Jaylon Smith. This is a high-first-round talent who might’ve been worthy of the No. 4 overall pick had he not torn up a knee in a bowl game.
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