Jonathan Stern

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This is a signing the Cowboys ought to try. It is free

Stephon Tuitt copy in round 7

So there you go. Cowboys can get another chance to draft a player like Tuitt in round 7. When the Cowboys get to round 7 this guy has to be at the top of their board.

And so you want to be a Hall of Fame voter …

And so you want to be a Hall of Fame voter … Well, you can’t. But I’ve got the next-best idea: Have some input into the system of electing Hall of Fame players. The 46 voters for the Hall have until Nov. 1 to cull the list of 126 modern-era candidates to 25. When the 126-person list is cut to 25, Hall voters will then submit their votes for the final 15, and those 15 finalists will be considered for election at the 2014 selection meeting in New York on Feb. 1. This week, The MMQB will give 10 of you a chance to make your best case for a player you believe belongs in the Pro Football Hall of Fame. Nominate and support your favorite candidate in short, 250-word essays, and we’ll run the best ones Friday on The MMQB.

Too Tall Oakman

USA Today's Dan Wolken noted Baylor coaches are high on redshirt sophomore DE Shawn Oakman, a Penn State transfer. Oakman redshirted his first year at Penn State then transferred to Baylor prior to last season. Because he transferred prior to when the NCAA's regulations were handed down, Oakman was then forced to sit out another season. Now the massive defensive end (6'9/270) has three years of eligibility left, so hopefully he can make an immediate impact this season

Gosselin: Dallas Cowboys don't have the personnel to run Tampa 2 defensive scheme correctly

ow could Jerry truly believe that a D-Line that struggled to pressure last year is a position of strength that does not need to be addressed? Is he putting too much on the change in scheme? That one puzzled me. This line is old (Ware, Spencer and Ratliff are all in their 30s) and small. The biggest starter weights just 305 (Jason Hatcher). I know, I know -- fans of the Tampa 2 scheme will say it's predicated on speed. But the Buccaneers had a pair of 320-pound defensive tackles who were high draft picks (Warren Sapp, Anthony McFarland). They had the anchor to play the run. The Cowboys don't. You can have undersized speed ends that the Bucs had if you have some bulk in the middle. The Cowboys have undersized ends but lack that inside bulk.

Darrius Heyward-Bey,

Why not make a play for him Dez Bryant is a Drew Pearson, Mike Irvin . Alvin Harper WR. (This is not a criticism) He plays faster than his time but he is not a super burner. Darrius Heyward-Bey, is a true burner. And one more thing to consider Darrius Heyward-Bey, has never played with a QB as good as Tony Romo. Romo could make Darrius Heyward-Bey into the guy the Raiders hoped he would be Buy low sell high. Darrius Heyward-Bey, would be a great complement to Bryant. It could work great. Players to watch at the Combine

Players to watch at the NFL combine from NFLcom

Trade Kyle Wilber

• In the Cowboys’ new 4-3 scheme under Monte Kiffin, there are a few leftover, ill-fitting pieces. The switch could lead to Anthony Spencer seeking work elsewhere from a 3-4 team whose scheme fits his skills best. But it also might affect some younger players such as LB Kyle Wilber, who appears to be a tweener in the 4-3. Could he play linebacker? Hard to say because he missed much of his rookie season with injury. But the early guess is that it’s not his best fit.

Willie Jefferson

10. DE/RLB Willie Jefferson, Stephen F. Austin (Senior) If it wasn't for marijuana, right now Willie Jefferson would likely be teaming up with Terrance Williams, Tevin Reese and Lanear Sampson to give Baylor one of the most dangerous wide receiver foursomes in all of college football for the 2012 season. However, due to his multiple run-ins with the law involving the drug, Jefferson was booted from the Bears' program back in 2010. After being dismissed from Baylor, Jefferson eventually ended up at another Texas school, Stephen F. Austin, where he made the switch from receiver to defensive end. He proved to be a natural fit at the position last season, as he racked up 15 sacks, the fourth-highest total at the FCS level in 2011. The 6’6’’, 234-pound senior may not be big or strong enough to man the defensive end spot in a 4-3 system in the NFL. Still, given his type of athleticism, explosiveness and speed off the edge, Jefferson will be a very intriguing potential 3-4 rush linebacker prospect who a team could definitely take a flyer on in the later rounds of next year’s draft if they believe that his character has changed since his time at Baylor.

Larry Warford or Dallas Thomas?

Larry Warford or Dallas Thomas? Who is a better prospect?

Sedrick Ellis

We could get this guy in free agency That way we would not need to use a draft choice on a NT.

1980 Dallas Cowboys Year Book

Worth seeing. Great video . They don't make them like this any more.


What is up with Doug Free?

What has happened to Doug Free? In 2010 he was able to block both Julius Peppers and Mario Williams ( who are / were just as good as JPP) without much problem. He used to be a left tackle and a...

Pass Rushers 2013

2013 will be the year to fix the pass rush


Lawrence Taylor wore number 56 because it was Hollywood Henderson's number

The 6-foot-2, 225-pound Henderson became such a good linebacker that Dick Butkus once called him one of the league's best. Lawrence Taylor was so impressed that he wore No. 56, Henderson's...

Gosselin: Cowboys' pass rush will only be as good as its second rusher

Gosselin: Cowboys' pass rush will only be as good as its second rusher


Peter King predicts the Cowboys go 10-6 and lose to the Packers in the first round of the playoffs.

Peter King predicts the Cowboys go 10-6 and lose to the Packers in the first round of the playoffs. Satisfied?

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