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- Height: 6' 2"
- Weight: 220
- Age 27
- Seasons: 7
- Salary: 3,000,000
- Birthplace: Lufkin, Texas
- College: Oklahoma State
Blogging The Boys Aug 19, 2016
Dak Prescott is on fire! The Cowboys rookie quarterback has picked up right where he left off last week as he led the offense on a 7-play, 95-yard scoring drive. Prescott was 4/4 for 76 yards, hitting Dez Bryant for a 28-yard touchdown. What a great start for the kid. .@15_DakP is at it again!He finds @DezBryant for another TD! #MIAvsDAL #ThrowUpTheX https://t.co/o6aNRKpmuK — NFL (@NFL) August 20, 2016
Blogging The Boys Aug 16, 2016
The Dallas Cowboys practice was a spirited affair today, categorized as one of the more entertaining practices yet by one scribe. The defense was certainly pumped up, but one play in particular raised the temperature and got Dez Bryant to express some anger. Mo Claiborne went low to try and grab a pass that was headed for the ground and in the process accidentally rolled up on Dez Bryant's legs. Emotions still running high pic.twitter.com/jFxZToZ5dU — Jon Machota (@jonmachota) August 17, 2016 That could have been disastrous. Luckily no one end up hurt, but Dez was fired up after...
Blogging The Boys Aug 15, 2016
Check out Dak's good day. If the video does not play, you have to click the "Watch on YouTube" button or follow this link here. We've talked a lot about how good of a game Dak Prescott had on Saturday night. It's been all over this site, and frankly all over the internet. From Dez Bryant, to Jason Garrett, to Tony Romo, people are singing the praises of the fourth-round rookie out of Mississippi State. In fact, some fans are wondering if their teams blew it in the draft. Our sister site, Revenge of the Birds, wonders if the Cardinals should have pulled the trigger on Dak to backup...
Blogging The Boys Aug 13, 2016
The rookie QB is on Fire! Dak Prescott is having himself a great start to his NFL career. First, on the teams opening drive, he hit Dez Bryant for a 10-yard touchdown. Then, on the very next drive, he found Terrance Williams for a 32-yard touchdown. Have yourself a day, Dak. .@15_DakP out here looking like a Pro Bowler...Another perfect TD pass from the rookie! #DALvsLA https://t.co/WQKIAsaEK5 — NFL (@NFL) August 14, 2016
Blogging The Boys Aug 13, 2016
Nice opening drive for the Cowboys. The Cowboys got off to a lucky start, but their next possession was equally impressive. Dak Prescott leads the way with an 11-play, 80-yard drive, capping it off with a nice back shoulder Dez Bryant touchdown. Defenses beware.@DezBryant is doing @DezBryant things.And there's nothing you can do about it. #DALvsLA https://t.co/7FxizeqZxl — NFL (@NFL) August 14, 2016
Why WR depth may be the best in a long time, why to watch out for Darius Jackson, why not everything is rainbows and unicorns at camp, and more thoughts from Oxnard. Today was my third and final day at camp. Here are five impressions from today's practice. WR Depth "Best In A Long Time" Tony Romo made some minor headlines when he said, "we’re as deep at the WR position as we’ve been in a long time," but he was just being Captain Obvious as the Cowboys are really stacked when it comes to their receivers. Dez Bryant is finding his way back to his 2014 form, Terrance Williams has had a...
Many fans wanted to see Brice Butler or another receiver push Williams down the depth chart, but nothing in camp so far has budged him. Leading up to training camp for the Dallas Cowboys, one possible camp battle that was anticipated by many was whether Brice Butler or perhaps another player would challenge Terrance Williams for the number two wide receiver job behind Dez Bryant. This was likely spurred by the disappointment many felt over Williams not really stepping up to fill Bryant’s shoes when the star receiver was injured to start the season. But so far in camp, Williams, who is in...
Why are the tight ends getting thrown to so much, why is Dez Bryant field punts, why it's time to start hitting some other guys, and more thoughts from camp. Today was my second of three days at camp. Here are five impressions from today's practice. Another Day With A Lot Of Underneath Passes To The Tight Ends You've probably heard and read repeatedly about how both Dak Prescott and Jameill Showers throw a lot of passes to their tight ends, with phrases like "safety blanket" or "go-to-target" being thrown around liberally. In principle, there's nothing wrong with throwing it to your tight...
Blogging The Boys Aug 10, 2016
Latest Cowboys headlines and a recap of the day's events at training camp in Oxnard. Dak Prescott shines for Cowboys in work with Dez Bryant, Jason Witten - Todd Archer, ESPNWith Tony Romo getting a day off, rookie Dak Prescott got a chance to quarterback the ones for the Dallas Cowboys. The fourth-round pick held his own, Archer writes. With Tony Romo getting an extra day of rest, Dak Prescott took the first-team quarterback snaps for the Dallas Cowboys for the second time in camp. However, this time he got to work with Jason Witten and Dez Bryant. When Prescott worked with the ones last...
Blogging The Boys Aug 7, 2016
Latest Cowboys headlines: Cowboys strong side could be the secondary in the 2016; faster, more aggressive play from the DB's; young players among notable practice standouts. Sean Lee says defense will "find a way to be good again." - Mike Leslie, WFAA.comNot many people are expecting the Cowboys' defense to be any good in 2016. Just don't tell that to Sean Lee. So much has been made about how the Offense is trying to get back to it's 2014 form, with Tony Romo and Dez Bryant healthy, and with Zeke Elliott running the ball. But Lee wants the Defense to look more like '14 did, too. "We showed...
Blogging The Boys Aug 7, 2016
Here is a full recap of Saturday's action. Ready for another training camp report? Better stretch first. Getting loose for afternoon practice at #CowboysCamp pic.twitter.com/a2PobHYiCK — Dallas Cowboys (@dallascowboys) August 6, 2016 Not Practicing Quickly, here are the non-participants. Besides the usual suspects on PUP (Maliek Collins, Lance Dunbar, James Hanna, and Benson Mayowa) and NFI (Darren McFadden, Damien Wilson, and Jaylon Smith), the Cowboys gave three players the "veterans" day off - Doug Free, Brandon Carr, and Orlando Scandrick. Wilson feels optimistic about his...
Times-Picayune Aug 6, 2016
The Saints are looking for some fullback help with Austin Johnson dealing with an injury.
Blogging The Boys Aug 6, 2016
Latest Cowboys headlines: Tony Romo and Dez Bryant are getting back in sync; Friday practice recaps; Jameill Showers turning some heads. Tony Romo and receiver Dez Bryant getting back in sync - Clarence Hill, The Star-TelegramHill's five thoughts on Friday's practice includes how Dez Bryant and Tony Romo are "knocking off the rust" in training camp. Romo and Bryant are getting back in sync after a little rust and some struggles the first few days of camp. "I think it’s always there," Bryant said. "Just knocking a little bit of rust I guess, if that’s what you’ll call it. Just...
Blogging The Boys Aug 4, 2016
Many vets sit while the Cowboys host a youth revival at practice Another practice in the books, but this one was missing a lot of big names. Tony Romo, Jason Witten, and Dez Bryant were among the veterans who took a day off, though Dez tried to practice and was told to get out of his pads by coaches. With no replacement for the injured Kellen Moore in camp, or seemingly headed this way, Dallas went to extreme measures as Jason Garrett took some reps during early drills in today’s practice. So the big question on everyone’s mind would be "how did Dak Prescott and Jameill Showers look?" ...