2013 NFL Draft
Defensive line is a huge need for the Cowboys in this draft, so let’s dive into my big red spiral scouting notebook and see if we can find the right kind of guys to play in Monte Kiffin and Rod Marinelli’s 4-3 defense.
The Dallas Cowboys have a desire to beef up their new 4-3 defensive line, and this week’s NFL Draft – starting in the first round – offers up plenty of beef.
With the 2013 NFL Draft set to begin on Thursday night, our CBS experts make their first-round selections.
Dallas Cowboys Vice President Stephen Jones joined 105.3 The Fan’s Elf & Slater on Tuesday to discuss the team’s off-season and the 2013 NFL draft.
Dallas signed quarterback Tony Romo to a lucrative extension, and with him locked up for the foreseeable future, the Cowboys should focus their attention on protecting him.
The number of Dallas Cowboys’ pre-Draft visitors this week that I’ve verified is up to 25, spanning everyone from possible selections with the No. 18 overall pick in the April 25 NFL Draft to little-known late-round prospects.
Now that the Dallas Cowboys have a gazillion dollars sunk in quarterback Tony Romo, they must take the next step to protect that investment. They must spend their first draft pick on an offensive lineman.
If you examine mock drafts, you come away believing all five elite offensive linemen will be snapped up before the Dallas Cowboys pick. But draft history says otherwise.
Just before the unofficial start of NFL free agency — football teams started talking with player agents on Saturday — sports reporter Bill Jones took an early look at a Cowboys mock draft.
Senior Bowl Week is in the books, so it’s time to start the meticulous research for the 2013 NFL Draft. There will be a keen eye focused on the positions of need.