Dallas Cowboys cornerback Orlando Scandrick joins the Ben and Skin show to discuss the Cowboys season so far and the perception that he is aloof when it comes to dealing with the media.
Mo Claiborne returned to Valley Ranch on Wednesday a day after a noon-time departure from the Cowboys’ facility while reacting angrily to his demotion from the starting lineup.
Dallas Cowboys cornerback Mo Claiborne will be punished by the team but will play this week after leaving team facilities and missing practice on Tuesday.
Cowboys cornerback Mo Claiborne left the team’s training facility Tuesday after learning that he will be replaced in the starting lineup, 105.3 The Fan confirms.
After two seasons of lackluster play, Morris Claiborne is now in danger of losing his starting job as the Dallas Cowboys’ cornerback.
While Jerry Jones admits that Claiborne hasn’t lived up to expectations, he’s adamant that the Cowboys corner has a future within the team’s defensive scheme.
Orlando Scandrick was “thankful” and “relieved” when his four-game suspension was cut short by a revised drug policy. But after his return game, the tone had changed.
Scandrick arrived at at the club’s Valley Ranch headquarters this morning and rejoined the team as the result of the NFL reaching an agreement with the NFL Players Association on changes to its performance-enhancing drug policy.
The NFL says it has reached an agreement with the players association on changes to its performance-enhancing drug policy, including the addition of human growth hormone testing.
Cowboys sources tell 105.3 The Fan that there is “virtually no chance” defensive back Orlando Scandrick will be available to the team for Sunday’s game at Tennessee.
NFL Players Association reps have voted to approve a proposed new drug policy from the league, NFL.com reports.
Player representatives from the league’s 32 NFL teams will spend the next 24 hours reviewing the details of a proposed new drug policy, according to NFL.com.