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Rolando McClain practices in full in return

IRVING, Texas -- Officially DeMarco Murray was limited Thursday but the Dallas Cowboys welcomed back quarterback Tony Romo and linebacker Rolando McClain to full practices after both sat out of Wednesday's session. Romo has followed the same practice schedule since the second game of the season. McClain, who leads the Cowboys in tackles, according to the coaches' count, has been bothered by a sore knee for most of the last two months. Right tackle Doug Free and right guard Zack Martin missed their second straight day of practice, but owner and general manager Jerry Jones expressed hope...
Blogging The Boys Dec 13, 2014

Rolando McClain Will Be The Key To Cowboys Stopping The Eagles

The Cowboys gambled on Rolando McClain in the offseason, and that gamble has paid off bigtime so far, though McClain has been hampered by various injuries. With ten days of rest, will he be able to provide the defense with the spark they need against the Eagles? A while back, our own Tom Ryle looked at the biggest overachievers on the 2014 Cowboys roster, and it was no surprise to see linebacker Rolando McClain on the shortlist. Many around the league were laughing at Jerry Jones for trading for McClain last summer. None of them seem to find it very funny right now - especially if they...
Northwest Herald Dec 2, 2014

All-22 Scouting Report of the Dallas Cowboys

The Chicago Bears lauded downhill thumper Rolando McClain – deservedly so. He’s been one of the Cowboys’ biggest defensive tone setters and a legitimate comeback player of the year candidate.

Excited Rolando McClain stops Giants' rally

EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. -- Last week, it was pretty easy to tell Rolando McClain's strained groin and whatever other aches and pains he had were starting to heal, because he was in the Dallas Cowboys' locker room smiling a couple of times. When he’s banged up, you rarely see him in the locker room. The way McClain played Sunday night left no doubt about his health. McClain, who dressed but didn’t play against Jacksonville, made a season-high 11 tackles against the Giants, including two for losses.

Rolando McClain, Tyrone Crawford good for Sunday

IRVING, Texas – The Dallas Cowboys will welcome back middle linebacker Rolando McClain and defensive tackle Tyrone Crawford to the starting lineup Sunday against the New York Giants.  McClain and Crawford went through their third straight day of a full practice on Friday and are listed as probable for Sunday’s game. Neither played Nov. 9 against the Jacksonville Jaguars but McClain was active. McClain leads the Cowboys with 68 tackles, and Crawford is second on the team in quarterback hurries with 20.

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