I know I’ve said this about a thousand times over the last week, but, just to reiterate, this lock-out is brutal. However, this morning, I’ve been able to scrounge up enough Cowboys’ news to do a morning round-up, or a links dump, or whatever the hell you want to call it. Granted, I’m not sure some this should be classified as news, but it is, at the very least, Cowboys related.
He looks good up there on that high road, doesn’t he? I’m not sure what Deion is trying to do here. What’s the point? From all accounts (except for Deion’s obviously), Dez has showed more maturity over the last couple of months. And has Watkins pointed out, many of Bryant’s “yes men” are people that Deion set him up with in the first place. Lay off Dez, Deion. You sound like a junior high girl.
Gerald Sensabaugh says that last year’s circus-like training camp contributed to the team’s poor start. Hopefully Jerry learned a lesson from it. Picking up and moving camp across the country seemed like a bad idea from the get go.
For the more sentimental among us, here is some video from Tony Romo’s wedding. Elite NFL Quarterback.
Calvin Watkins points out that the Cowboys could save a significant sum if they cut Bradie James. I suppose that if Sean Lee emerges and Bruce Carter completely returns to form after ACL reconstruction, cutting James might work. But, that is an enormous risk. It’s not worth it. They need Bradie.
According to Forbes, the Cowboys are the most valuable franchise in the NFL. We pretty much knew that are already. What’s more interesting about this article is that all thirty-two NFL rank among the fifty most valuable sports franchises worldwide. That’s phenomenal. Too bad they all have a lock on their doors.
Finally, leave it to the Playmaker to stand up for what’s right.