The Dallas Cowboys announced Tuesday that they have released Safety Will Allen.
A transition from 10-year NFL safety Will Allen to fast-learning rookie J.J. Wilcox will not be executed the way Mom used to tell you to remove a bandage — “Rip it off fast so it stings less.”
Etched on the Mavs’ 2013 tombstone: Here lies a team that couldn’t grab a defensive rebound, and continually lost one-possession games by giving the ball to anyone not named Dirk Nowitzki.
I still think Nolan Ryan is going to remain with the Rangers. But if he’s not in Houston for Sunday’s season opener against the AL West Astros I’ll be worried. And so should you.
How good can the Cowboys be? And is Tony Romo the quarterback to get the Cowboys to the Super Bowl? Will Allen answered those questions and more on RAGE!
A dozen different cogs are in motion as the Dallas Cowboys are making cap space in order to add potential defensive starters Justin Durant and Will Allen to the roster.
The Dallas Cowboys have reached a tentative contract agreement with veteran free-agent Justin Durant, a prospective starter at strong-side linebacker.
The Dallas Cowboys will play host to veteran free-agents Will Allen and Justin Durant at Valley Ranch on Monday, with both players bringing with them resumes that could make them candidates to start for the Dallas defense.