The Cowboys revamped their offensive line during the offseason. The problem is they never all played together in the preseason. But they will, for the first time, on Wednesday.
As revealed on TXA 21 on Wednesday night, here’s the Cowboys 7-round Mock Draft 2.0 (The Michael Brockers Draft).
Yu Darvish is being covered by almost 100 Japanese media in Surprise, Arizona. Only thing that Americans can compare it to is, I think, Lance Armstrong dominating the Tour de France.
Doug Free will play right tackle and Tyron Smith will play on the left side. This switch will take place as soon as the players return to camp.
The Cowboys landed three players on the Pro Football Weekly All-Rookie Team, including OT Tyron Smith, the No. 9 overall pick in the draft.
The game pits Jets coach Rex Ryan against twin brother Rob, Cowboys’ defensive coordinator. Rex leads 5-3 in sibling rivalry, which dates to their college coaching days.
Cowboys cornerback Mike Jenkins has returned to practice and right tackle Tyron Smith was partially suited up the day after each left practice with knee injuries.
Tyron Smith, Bill Nagy and Phil Costa are all unproven, but they make up three-fifths of the line that will protect Tony Romo on Sunday night.
Larry Johnson scored on a 22-yard touchdown run and Matt Moore threw for another score Thursday night to help the Miami Dolphins win a battle of backups by beating the Dallas Cowboys 17-3 in the final exhibition game for both teams.
The Cowboys released veteran starters Leonard Davis and Marc Colombo before camp. Offensive line coach Hudson Houck says the Cowboys are moving guys around to see what they can do.
Dallas Cowboys offensive lineman Kyle Kosier moved from left guard to right guard for now, while Montrae Holland is out with back stiffness.
A person familiar with the situation says veteran offensive tackle Marc Colombo has agreed to terms with the Miami Dolphins.