8:55 PM EDT, Tue June 25, 2019
ClutchPoints

Dez Bryant says Cole Beasley is right about the Cowboys’ offense

Buffalo Bills wide receiver Cole Beasley spent the first seven years of his career with the Dallas Cowboys, so it’s probably safe to assume that he knows a thing or two about the Cowboys’ offense. Beasley, who left Dallas to sign with the Bills via free agency earlier this offseason, said that he expects to […] The post Dez Bryant says Cole Beasley is right about the Cowboys’ offense appeared first on ClutchPoints.

Blogging The Boys

After the OTAs, how does the quarterback situation look for the Cowboys?

A look at the Cowboys quarterback situation heading into upcoming season. There seems to be a consensus that the Dallas Cowboys got better this offseason. Of course, that is also being said about most, if not all, other NFL teams. It is not wrong, either. The fact is that unless a team is particularly inept in free agency and the draft, they should get better each offseason. It is when they replace players, and the ones that left for the most part either retired, were just cut outright because their old team was not that happy with their performance, or were able to get more in free agency...

Blogging The Boys

NFL teams can’t steal Will McClay away from the Cowboys, so they are going after the next best thing

The organization lost a few guys this offseason, but how much will it impact the team? It feels like every new season, the Dallas Cowboys go through some radical change affecting a specific position group. A couple years ago, it was the secondary overhaul after they let a slew of veteran defensive backs walk in free agency. Last year, both the wide receiver and tight position groups got a major shake up after the departure of former All-Pro veterans. This left the team with a lot of new players running around on offense, which wasn’t ideal for their young quarterback. The great thing...

Blogging The Boys

Report: Cowboys “would still be in the mix” for free agent safety Eric Berry

Are the Cowboys still in the free agent safety market, specifically with regards to Eric Berry? Over the course of free agency the Dallas Cowboys made a move at the safety position, but not the one that many talked about for over a year. There was no Earl Thomas hoisting up his blue and white jersey during a press conference at The Star, instead it was George Iloka who joined Kris Richard’s secondary. For a brief moment in time it looked it might have been a different star player as Eric Berry officially visited the team, but nothing ultimately came of it. Maybe that nothing isn’t...

Hogs Haven

Offseason Discussion Question: Where do the Redskins rank in the East on Offense?

A look at where the Redskins rank among the various offensive positions versus the rest of the NFC East With both the draft and free agency pretty much set I wanted to have a discussion on where the Redskins rank compared to their NFC East opponents. We will start with comparing the various offensive positions. I will do some quick breakdowns of each, but use the comments to give your rankings and further the discussion: Quarterback: 3rd - Eagles, Cowboys, Redskins, Giants -With Carson Wentz the Eagles have the clear lead in the division, and if he can remain healthy he should be a top 10...

Blogging The Boys

Signing Randall Cobb called the Cowboys “smartest move” of the offseason

The Cowboys made some low-risk moves this offseason that could pay off big. By most accounts, the Dallas Cowboys have had a pretty good offseason. The number one thing they had to accomplish was getting DeMarcus Lawrence under contract, and even though it took a monster contract to get that done, the Cowboys handled it well with minimal distraction to the team. Plus, they kept Lawrence happy as he is such a key part of their defense. Beyond the Lawrence contract, the Cowboys had to navigate the rigors of free agency and get themselves through the draft. Of all of those moves, one is being...

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Cowboys’ Randall Cobb told Dak Prescott to ‘come get me’ in free agency

Randall Cobb knew the writing was on the wall that his time was over with the Green Bay Packers so during the NFL honors he made his move to try and join Dak Prescott and the Dallas Cowboys. According to Prescott, the two were getting ready for the NFL Honors when Cobb came up to […] The post Cowboys’ Randall Cobb told Dak Prescott to ‘come get me’ in free agency appeared first on ClutchPoints.

Lombardi Ave

Green Bay Packers 2019 roster preview: Equanimeous St. Brown

It’s an important second season for Green Bay Packers wide receiver Equanimeous St. Brown. Equanimeous St. Brown surprisingly fell to the sixth round of the draft a year ago, and his performances last season showed he should’ve been selected higher. With Randall Cobb signing with the Dallas Cowboys in free agency, St. Brown should see […] Green Bay Packers 2019 roster preview: Equanimeous St. Brown - Lombardi Ave - Lombardi Ave - A Green Bay Packers Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and more.

Blogging The Boys

Randall Cobb looking like more than just a patch job for Cowboys

Bigger, faster, younger - he’s more upgrade than fill-in for the departed Cole Beasley. The Dallas Cowboys have had a productive offseason. There was the Robert Quinn trade, getting the DeMarcus Lawrence contract done, picking up players like Kerry Hyder, George Iloka, and Christian Covington in free agency, and some intriguing draft choices and UDFAs added to the team. The team also had only one notable loss in free agency, slot receiver Cole Beasley. That created some concerns (because around here, we obsess about the negative), but those were quickly quieted when the team made an...