A source close to Travis Frederick informed 105.3 The Fan that the first-round rookie was finalizing a five-year contract worth $6.87 million.
Moments before having his mega-beard cut off, Cowboys rookie center Travis Frederick sat down to talk with Ben and Skin about his relationship with the other players so far, and the challenges he faces adjusting from college to the NFL.
Cowboys first-round draft pick Travis Frederick’s beard finally succumbed to his new Texas lifestyle. He decided to ditch the facial tribute to “Duck Dynasty” on Thursday afternoon.
Travis joined 105.3 The Fan’s Elf & Slater and gave us a preview of his game philosophy, what he can bring to the Cowboys and his thoughts on moving to Texas to become a Dallas Cowboy.
With the 2013 draft in the books, we now know that the Cowboys didn’t feel like they needed a defensive tackle, but wanted a tight end and wide receiver. So, here’s what might have been.
The NFL draft is supposed to be a time of optimism as teams build for the future. Through the first round of the 2013 draft for the Dallas Cowboys, it’s a time of controversy.
The Cowboys’ Round 1 selection of offensive lineman Travis Frederick of Wisconsin isn’t the issue. But the path to get to him? Off the board. Off the chart. Off their rockers.
Moments after being drafted by the Dallas Cowboys, C Travis Frederick joined 105.3 THE FAN for his first interview as a Dallas Cowboy.
The Cowboys grabbed Travis Frederick to protect Tony Romo, but they didn’t pick up a ton of value for trading down to grab him and surprised the Wisconsin product with the pick too.