Around The Web: Thursday Morning Headlines

IRVING, Texas – One of the quietest players on the team, Cowboys left tackle Doug Free doesn’t exactly love to interact with the media. But that doesn’t mean he doesn’t understand the business.

For my weekly ESPNDallas.com column, I looked at what the Dallas Cowboys’ record would have been had Jason Garrett taken over as head coach in early August instead of November. How much differently would Garrett have handled training camp? Would he have led this team to a road win over the Washington Redskins?

Smithson Valley coach Larry Hill fondly recalled his players’ reaction to a recent visit from former Rangers standout Andrew Sendejo. “They were all in awe of him,” Hill said. And that was before Sendejo signed with the Dallas Cowboys.

IRVING, Texas — Dallas Cowboys rookie receiver Dez Bryant described himself as a passionate player Wednesday and made no apologies for his emotional outburst on the sideline during last week’s loss to the New Orleans Saints.

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