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Hatcher chose Redskins cause he believes more in RGIII than Romo


Michael Irvin was hoping Cowboys would sign CJ2K

Michael Irvin and a ton of Cowboys fans had the same thing in mind…


Cowboys travel to Georgia to check out Aaron Murray

The Cowboys are interested in Georgia QB Aaron Murray and his surgically repaired knee, read here.

Team officials are in Athens, Ga., on Wednesday looking at University of Georgia quarterback Aaron Murray. Among the officials in attendance is Cowboys’ quarterbacks coach Wade Wilson.

There is no expectation the Cowboys will draft Murray in the later rounds of next month’s draft, but the team is doing its due diligence, much like it did two years ago with Brandon Weeden.

When Weeden was entering the draft from Oklahoma State, Cowboys officials met with him and kept watch from afar. After Weeden was released by the Cleveland Browns this spring, the Cowboys jumped at the chance to sign him because they had done the research necessary to make a move.

I was hoping Murray would put together a great Senior season, but he had a few bad games and then was injured so now hes a big risk in the draft.


Fox Sports: NFL Draft 2014 Team Needs – Dallas Cowboys


Video: Dez Bryant holding the Championship Belt

Dallas native Charles Hatley is the WBC Super Welterweight Champion, Golden Gloves World Champion and a 2008 Olympic Alternate, read here 


Poll – Cowboys First Round Pick: Johhny or Def Linemen – Who ya got?


Interesting response from Dez Bryant to a fan on Twitter

Let’s start from the beginning. Cowboys writer Jeff Sullivan tweeted this and Dez Bryant soon retweeted…

Then a fan responded to Dez and I thought his answer was weird, but maybe I am thinking too hard…

“Wrong Cowboy”. Did he mean this as in I am not a part of a group of Cowboys that ARE all about stats?

Is the draft here yet?


Eagles Safety Malcolm Jenkins says Eagles wont allow Cowboys to make playoffs


Purnell: Cowboys look interested in Defensive Lineman at 16th spot


Broaddus: Why the Cowboys draft prospects visits are important

The Cowboys will now bring in the 30 draft prospects they are allowed by the NFL rules, read here.

In the case of the Cowboys, Jerry Jones, Jason Garrett and Will McClay, along with the coaches and scouts will be able to interact with these players in a more comfortable setting. They can sit down and watch game tape with the players, as well as test them on X’s and O’s to see their ability to retain information.

Coaches always welcome the opportunity to sit down with players and see what makes them tick. There were numerous times in my experiences preparing for a draft where a coach did or did not like what he heard from a player in one of the pre-draft visits.

I remember an example from Randy Moss’ pre-draft visit to Valley Ranch. The wide receivers coach at the time, Dwain Painter, brought up in a final draft meeting with Jerry Jones that he was turned off by Moss and his attitude. That feedback ultimately affected Jones’ decision not to draft him.

In these pre-draft visits you will hear about names like Aaron Donald and Kony Ealy, who are likely first round picks. But there will be other names on these visits that will be considerations much later in the draft. Maybe these players didn’t have a chance to go to the Combine and the club needs a physical on them before the draft. During this period, this is where you will see those physicals take place.

UCLA DE/OLB Anthony Barr is one big name who will be in Dallas tomorrow to visit.