In the wake of the tragic bombing at the Boston Marathon last week, the NFL announced it would increase security measures for the 2013 NFL Draft.
The second round in the past 10 NFL Drafts have given us 186 “hits” out of a total of 319 picks. Do the calculation: Your team will be able to secure an immediate starter in the second round 58.3 percent of the time.
The Cowboys had their Pre-Draft presser with Jerry, Stephen, Jason and Tom scouting man with long name I don’t wanna try and spell.
The GBag Nation had possible Cowboys draft pick Chance Warmack from Alabama on, they asked him how he stacks up against other guards, what he thought of Dallas and also asked about his teammate Center Barrett Jones.
Jones did inform the world that his team is willing to trade down from the No. 18 selection of the first round in Thursday’s Draft – and even suggested that the Cowboys are leaning in that direction.
The Cowboys went 30 years without drafting an offensive lineman in the first round. They might do it for the second time in three drafts on Thursday night.
With the 2013 NFL Draft set to begin on Thursday night, our CBS experts make their first-round selections.
There’s an old saying in the National Football League that the NFL stands for not for long. Here’s more evidence that’s true.
The Dallas Cowboys need offensive-line help in this NFL Draft but, like any other team, they also want value.
Okay, less than a week before draft day and time to get down to serious mock draft business.
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.
How do you deteriorate into an 8-8 franchise that annually struggles to maintain a deep, competitive roster? By drafting like the Dallas Cowboys did in a four-year span from ’06-’09.