The Cowboys have a ton of talent, and much of it is at wide receiver. There’s just one problem. A lot of their wideouts are not sure things. So, perhaps Dallas will take a look at Plaxico Burress.
Josh Hamilton’s four homers in Tuesday night’s 10-3 win by the Rangers in Baltimore was the greatest show of power in franchise history. But that’s it. Let’s not get carried away.
While most of the attention is on rookie draft picks each year, sometimes it’s the undrafted free agents that really make a rookie class. So, who should we be watching?
Questions continue as to what the Dallas Cowboys should do with their 2011 breakout at receiver, Laurent Robinson.
DeMarco Murray left the locker room on crutches, knowing his rookie season is over. His teammates left wondering if their season is falling apart, too.
At its best, the Dallas Cowboys’ offense can do whatever the defense dares them to do.
Monday, things got a little brighter for dozens of young patients in care centers in both Dallas and Fort Worth. The sick kids, and their parents got visits from the Dallas Cowboys players and cheerleaders.
Jerry Jones tells 105.3 The Fan that WR Miles Austin may be returning to the Dallas offense this weekend against the Arizona Cardinals.
Cowboys inside linebacker Sean Lee has returned to practice wearing an oversized cast to protect his injured left wrist.
“I’m concerned now that Miles won’t be back until after Thanksgiving. We’ll see how that goes. Sean Lee, we’ll see how he practices this week and if he does practice.”
Tony Romo wasn’t at his best, and neither was the Dallas defense. They were still more than the Seattle Seahawks could handle.
Miles Austin missed two games earlier this season with a strained left hamstring. And on Sunday afternoon, he injured the right one.