Posts Tagged ‘Dallas Cowboys’

Lance Dunbar to challenge for more carries

In today’s Three and Out: The Cowboys might have found their complement to DeMarco Murray; the Jets are planning to strategically deploy Chris Johnson.

Josh Gordon’s looming ban causes ‘level of frustration’

In today’s Three and Out: The Browns are still waiting to hear about Josh Gordon’s potential suspension; the Bucs double down on talk of a running back committee.

Tony Romo, Eli Manning profess their readiness

In today’s Three and Out: A pair of NFC East quarterbacks proclaim themselves ready to play; the Seahawks back off any talk of a running back committee.

Malcom Floyd expected to play this season

In today’s Three and Out: Malcom Floyd is expected back on the field in 2014; two recent free agents have lots to prove with their new teams.

Alfred Morris: ‘I know I can catch the ball’

In today’s Three and Out: Alfred Morris wants a bigger role in Washington’s offense; the Packers would like to bring Jermichael Finley back.

Washington offense to use less read-option

In today’s Three and Out: Robert Griffin III might not run as much in 2014; Does Geno Smith have the edge over Michael Vick in New York?

Dominique Easley draws interest from a number of NFL teams

Representatives from seven NFL teams — including Chicago Bears defensive line coach Paul Pasqualoni, Baltimore Ravens defensive line coach Clarence Brooks and Jacksonville Jaguars defensive line coach Todd Wash — were present for a workout by Florida defensive tackle Dominique Easley on April 17. Easley missed most of the 2013 season with a torn ACL, and won’t be a full go until June. However, he did do position drills. Easley moved very well in those position drills and displayed good quickness. His best position in the NFL is at defensive end. Easley has visits scheduled with the Cleveland Browns, Dallas Cowboys, New England Patriots and St. Louis Rams.

Howard Jones of Shepherd visits with Dallas Cowboys

Shepherd hasn’t had a player selected in the NFL draft since 1979 (running back Wayne Wilson), but defensive end Howard Jones could change that. Jones (6-foot-2 3/8, 234 pounds) was at the NFL Scouting Combine and stood on his numbers from the event (he was a top performer in his position group in the vertical jump and among the top performers at his position in the 40-yard dash, broad jump and three-cone drill). Jones worked out at linebacker during the pro day on April 9, which was held on a sunny, 55-degree day and held outdoors and run on FieldTurf. Jones is among the prospects who visited with the Dallas Cowboys. Tracking teams’ interest in top 2014 NFL Draft prospects

Cowboys, Giants added to list of Chris Johnson suitors

In today’s Three and Out: Chris Johnson already has a sizable list of suitors and Mike Williams has found a new home.

Jamaal Charles to see lighter workload

In today’s Three and Out: Jamaal Charles could have a lighter load this season while the Ravens could do a little more running.

Vikings in the market for a quarterback

In today’s Three and Out: The Vikings are looking for a quarterback while the Cowboys QB is getting a bigger job.

Christine Michael’s chances could increase in 2014

In today’s Three and Out: There could be a battle brewing for Seattle’s No. 2 running back job and the Jets could be looking for a No. 1 receiver.

Cowboys could cut ties to Miles Austin

In today’s Three and Out: Miles Austin might be done in Dallas, while Arizona is waiting for Rob Housler to prove himself.

Kyle Shanahan looking to evaluate Browns QBs

In today’s Three and Out: Kyle Shanahan is just beginning his look at Cleveland’s QBs; Gio Bernard is excited about his new offensive coordinator.

Cowboys add another play-caller to the mix

Cowboys hire Linehan to call plays: Never being a group to shy away from out-of-the-box ideas, the Dallas Cowboys have hired former Detroit Lions offensive coordinator Scott Linehan to call plays. But there’s a twist — the Cowboys are also retaining Bill Callahan to be the team’s offensive coordinator. Linehan spent the past five seasons leading the Lions’ offense and turned them into a top 10 outfit over the past three campaigns. While life in Detroit has centered on the passing game, Linehan has had some success running the football in the past. In 2002-03, his Minnesota Vikings were in the top five in rushing yards. The biggest issue could be a divergence of opinion among the team’s braintrust in how to operate […]

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