December 21, 2011; Florham Park, NJ, USA; New York Jets player Plaxico Burress (17) during practice. Mandatory Credit: Tim Farrell/THE STAR-LEDGER via US PRESSWIRE

Poll: Should The Cowboys Sign Wideout Plaxico Burress?


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Should The Cowboys Sign Wideout Plaxico Burress?

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  • brian

    Giants beat the boys with ease last year. This guy can fill the void of Robinson, which no current member on the roster can. Plus how much can you rely on Mr Hamstring and Mr Inconsistancy. Sign him cheap and cut the pretenders.

  • californy

    Maybe I dont follow what the man did to get so much negative coverage. I know he was charge with Felony gun possesseion. The only person he hurt was himself. He shot himself and did some prison time. I dont understand the prison time. I may not have the story straight but his intent to harm was no one. In a accident he shot himself. He came back and had a descent return but the year away from the game slow down his production. So why the hate on this player I dont get it A fellow NFL player no so far away got killed by a gun. So he fear for his life that why he carried a gun to protect himself. I am not saying he is not guilty of the gun charge, what I dont understand is the hate for the man. I ahve no oppinion one way or another if we get the man. I just go on the record I wanted TO over these WR who were available.

  • califrony

    Afeter looking at his career stats at 15.4 catch average and the fact he had 8 td in 45 catches last year, I say bring the man into camp. I also remember him playing defense defending against the hail Mary Passes. He is 6-5 and had at one time sub 4.6 40 time.