It is probably the least of the 2017 Dallas Cowboys’ worries. But it’s minicamp time … a time for experimenting and questioning and, yeah, worrying.
Lance Lenoir, the all-time leading receiver in Western Illinois history, has signed a contract with the Dallas Cowboys and is scheduled to participate in this weeks mini camp at The Star in Frisco.
“Personally, I do think it’s because of some of the stuff that he has done that will turn some teams off,” QB coach Wade Wilson tells “FISHNATO” on 105.3 The Fan.
For their opponents, it may be the most frightening thought about the 2017 Dallas Cowboys: “I think there is big room for improvement,” says Ezekiel Elliott, who last year led the NFL in rushing yards and was an MVP finalist.
When it comes to Dallas Cowboys linebackers, all OTAs eyes on Wednesday were on Jaylon Smith and Sean Lee.
Pro Football Hall-of-Famer Michael Irvin, in an exclusive interview with 105.3 The Fan, says he’s been informed by law-enforcement officials in Fort Lauderdale, Fla., that his name will be cleared in a sexual assault case.
And who motivated the league to soften its stance? Among others, Dallas Cowboys coach Jason Garrett.
This is the second week of Cowboys OTAs, and there are seven questions to pursue. What’s the health update? Does the O-line shuffle ever end? How quickly can the rookies navigate the learning curve?
Former Pro Bowl LB Daryl Washington wants a shot at playing for the Cowboys.
Defensive lineman David Irving is discussing with Dallas Cowboys team officials today the possibility that he’s failed a drug test for supplements, sources tell me.
“You get one chance to make a first impression.” Nobody issues time-worn chestnuts like Dallas Cowboys coach Jason Garrett, who issued that gem in review of the team’s first-ever minicamp practice at The Star in Frisco.
The subject of Jaylon Smith, it is hoped, soon produces tackles, sacks and interceptions.