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Feb 16, 2019
Cowboys news: Can Cowboys hang on to DeMarcus Lawrence?

Cowboys news: Can Cowboys hang on to DeMarcus Lawrence?

Check out today’s latest and greatest news surrounding America’s team! Projecting landing spots for the NFL's top free agents in 2019 - Michael Renner, Pro Football FocusRenner doesn't believe the Cowboys can hang on to Demarcus Lawrence, won't get Earl Thomas either, and may have to settle for Grady Jarrett. Demarcus Lawrence, Indianapolis Colts: The Colts have more money to spend than any other franchise this offseason, meaning they can afford to play a little loose with their pocketbook to add talent. Lawrence certainly qualifies as that with back to back 88-plus overall graded...
Feb 15, 2019
Three tight ends the Cowboys could target with the 58th pick in the 2019 NFL Draft

Three tight ends the Cowboys could target with the 58th pick in the 2019 NFL Draft

Could the Cowboys go tight end with their first pick in the 2019 NFL Draft? As we continue to track through the Cowboys draft needs ahead of the 2019 NFL Draft, we take a look at the tight end position. With Geoff Swaim set to hit free agency, the Cowboys will return Blake Jarwin, Dalton Schultz, and Rico Gathers, and likely turn to the draft to look for a suitable upgrade at the position if they do not address it in free agency. While Blake Jarwin and Dalton Schultz showed signs of development by the end of the 2018 season, the position could still use a more reliable, consistent option....
Feb 13, 2019
Cowboys 2019 draft prospect: Florida OT Jawaan Taylor scouting report & interview

Cowboys 2019 draft prospect: Florida OT Jawaan Taylor scouting report & interview

Get to know Florida OT Jawaan Taylor. Name: Jawaan Taylor School: University of Florida Height: 6’5” Weight: 328 lbs Jawaan Taylor declares for the draft after a solid season in both pass protection and blocking for the runhttps://t.co/a5u9MpNuy9 pic.twitter.com/bCtANFioNB— PFF College (@PFF_College) December 30, 2018 Pros: Jawaan Taylor was built in an offensive tackle lab. Listed at 6’5” and 338-lbs, Taylor has the ideal physical measurables to dominate at the next level. While his height and weight stick out, Taylor also possesses great arm length which allows him to...
Feb 9, 2019
Cowboys 2019 draft prospect: Notre Dame WR Miles Boykin scouting report & interview

Cowboys 2019 draft prospect: Notre Dame WR Miles Boykin scouting report & interview

Meet Notre Dame WR Miles Boykin. Name: Miles Boykin School: University of Notre Dame Height: 6’3” Weight: 225 lbs 2018 stat line: 13 games, 59 receptions, 872 receiving yards, 8 touchdowns It took Miles Boykin until his senior to make his mark on the Notre Dame football team, but it came at the perfect time for the 6’4”, 225-lb wideout. Coming out of high school, Boykin was rated the 151st player in nation and 16th wide receiver by Rivals.com. Deciding to stay close to home, and loving what he saw both from the football program and the academic side of things, Boykin decided to...
Feb 9, 2019
Cowboys news: With free agency approaching, here’s who the Cowboys could target

Cowboys news: With free agency approaching, here’s who the Cowboys could target

Check out today’s latest and greatest news surrounding America’s team! Dallas Cowboys: 5 Realistic targets in 2019 NFL free agency - Randy Gurzi, Fansided Open that checkbook up Jerry. Free agency is getting closer. 3. Jared Cook, TE, Oakland Raiders It’s no secret that the Dallas Cowboys tight ends underperformed in 2018. That wasn’t much of a shock though as the team didn’t do a whole lot to replace Jason Witten who suddenly retired just before the 2018 NFL Draft. As Witten left for the ESPN booth, Dallas decided to trot out Geoff Swaim, Blake Jarwin, rookie Dalton Schultz and...
Feb 8, 2019
A conversation with 2019 draft prospect Renell Wren, defensive tackle from Arizona State

A conversation with 2019 draft prospect Renell Wren, defensive tackle from Arizona State

Get to know Arizona State DL Renell Wren. The great Dane Brugler mocked Arizona State defensive lineman Renell Wren to the Dallas Cowboys in the second round in his latest mock draft on TheAthletic.com. I was able to sit down with Renell last week and talk with him about his week at the Reese’s Senior Bowl, his success at Arizona State, and his fit at the next level. Here are some of the highlights from my interview with the 6’4”, 315-lb defensive lineman. Me: How shell shocked where you when your phone started ringing off the hook at the Senior Bowl due to all the [NFL] scouts...
Feb 7, 2019
Three WR’s the Cowboys could target with the 58th overall pick in the 2019 NFL Draft

Three WR’s the Cowboys could target with the 58th overall pick in the 2019 NFL Draft

Could the Cowboys go wide receiver with their first pick in the 2019 NFL Draft? Could the Cowboys use both their first-round and second-round pick in the 2019 NFL Draft on wide receivers? They most certainly could. Back in October, the Cowboys sort of drafted Amari Cooper with the 27th overall pick, by sending their first-round pick to the Oakland Raiders for his services. With the 58th overall pick, could the Cowboys turn back to the receiver position to bolster their receiving corps heading into 2019? With Cole Beasley set to hit free agency, and no true slot wide receiver on the roster,...
Feb 4, 2019
Cowboys news: Could coaching changes still be on the horizon in big D?

Cowboys news: Could coaching changes still be on the horizon in big D?

Check out today’s latest and greatest news surrounding America’s team! Buzz builds that Sean Payton will coach the Cowboys, in time - Mike Florio, ProFootballTalk Click-bait or solid rumor? The Sean Payton to Dallas story loves on. The theory goes like this: The Cowboys part ways with Garrett after his contract expires, and the Cowboys lure Sean Payton from New Orleans to Dallas in 2020. It may be easier said than done. The Cowboys would need to compensate the Saints for allowing Payton to leave, and that compensation likely would include at least one draft pick. The Cowboys also would...
Feb 2, 2019
Three DT’s the Cowboys could target with the 58th overall pick in the 2019 NFL Draft

Three DT’s the Cowboys could target with the 58th overall pick in the 2019 NFL Draft

The Cowboys desperately need help along the interior of their defensive line. When taking a look at the Cowboys roster at the beginning of February, there are a few positions that need some sort of upgrading this offseason. Defensive tackle, wide receiver, and tight end are the three that stand out and could use upgrades at the top or just add some depth. Today, we will take a look at three defensive tackles the Cowboys could target with their first pick (58th overall) in the 2019 NFL Draft. Renell Wren - Arizona State - 6’4” 315-lbs Mark J. Rebilas-USA TODAY Sports ...
Jan 30, 2019
Cowboys 2019 draft target: Temple DL Michael Dogbe

Cowboys 2019 draft target: Temple DL Michael Dogbe

Get to know Temple DL Michael Dogbe It’s no secret that the Dallas Cowboys need to add some beef along their defensive line in the 2019 NFL Draft. With DeMarcus Lawrence set for a huge pay day, David Irving likely gone, and multiple down-the-depth-chart interior lineman set to hit free agency, defensive line will be a need come draft day. Temple defensive lineman Michael Dogbe might be one answer. Dogbe, who had a fantastic week down at the Shrine game in Florida, measured in at 6’3 1/2” and weighed 286-lbs. Weight was a big deal for Dogbe because many scouts thought he may actually...
Jan 25, 2019
Cowboys draft target: Old Dominion EDGE Oshane Ximines at the Senior Bowl

Cowboys draft target: Old Dominion EDGE Oshane Ximines at the Senior Bowl

Get to know ODU EDGE Oshane Ximinies. Throughout the years the Senior Bowl has done an excellent job of finding small school talents and getting them to Mobile to help their draft stock. This year, Oshane Ximinies is one of the best small schoolers here participating. Oshane Ximines is a redshirt senior out of Old Dominion, a small school in Norfolk, Virginia. In his four years at ODU, Ximines recorded 32.5 sacks, 51 tackles for loss, 176 total tackles, 11 forced fumbles, and 12 passes defended. Ximines’ production at ODU improved in every year, and so did his level of play on the...
Jan 24, 2019
Cowboys draft target: Florida State DT DeMarcus Christmas at the Senior Bowl

Cowboys draft target: Florida State DT DeMarcus Christmas at the Senior Bowl

Get to know Florida State DT DeMarcus Christmas. It’s not December, but it is Christmas season. Meet Florida State defensive tackle DeMarcus Christmas. After measuring an impressive 6’4” and weighing in at 302 lbs., Christmas met up with me at media day and gave some really interesting insight on his hectic trip to Mobile, what he wants to show this week at the Senior Bowl, and more! Christmas had a nice first day of Senior Bowl practices playing the run in 1-on-1’s and in team work. He has ideal size to plug up the middle of the line, but also has shown great ability to shed...
Jan 24, 2019
Cowboys draft target: Georgia State’s WR Penny Hart continues to dominate at Reese’s Senior Bowl

Cowboys draft target: Georgia State’s WR Penny Hart continues to dominate at Reese’s Senior Bowl

Get to know Georgia State WR Penny Hart. It wouldn’t be a surprise if the Cowboys look to address the slot receiver position in the upcoming 2019 NFL Draft. Cole Beasley has been pretty vocal on social media recently about his role in the offense, and frustrations with the Dallas’ front office. With all of that coming out, plus Beasley likely demanding a big contract, Dallas is going to be looking long and hard at these slot receivers at the Senior Bowl in Mobile, Alabama. If they’ve been watching, they should be impressed. Georgia State’s WR Penny Hart has been absolutely...
Jan 23, 2019
Cowboys 2019 draft target: North Dakota State RB Bruce Anderson at the Senior Bowl

Cowboys 2019 draft target: North Dakota State RB Bruce Anderson at the Senior Bowl

Get to know North Dakota State RB Bruce Anderson. It’s draft season baby, and Blogging The Boys is onsite at the 2019 Reese’s Senior Bowl. We’ll have wall-to-wall coverage of all the potential future Cowboys participating in the event this week. We’ll start with running back Bruce Anderson from North Dakota State. Anderson’s measurements were 5’ 11, 209-lbs, 9” hands, 32 1/4” arms, and he showed an impressive upper body build with tree-trunk like legs. He has broad shoulders and walks around with a chip on his shoulder. Anderson sat down with us at media day and talked...

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