Shaun O’Hara and Willie McGinest discuss who is under more pressure in 2012 Tony Romo of the Cowboys defense.
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Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger could see his fantasy potential rise once again in 2012, but it may depend on factors outside of his control.
C.J. Spiller believes the Bills are close to being a Super Bowl team, but that confidence doesn’t necessarily mean good things for his fantasy potential.
The Cowboys finished up minicamp today, and it got a little chippy at the end. That’s cool. It was intense. Coach Jason Garrett and his guys ended on a positive note, and there was a lot to like. I may be in Philadelphia now, but I’ve spent a ton of time during this offseason in Dallas. I live there now, so I’ll be spending even more time. Anyway, as the ‘Boys wrap up their offseason it’s starting to take shape what they’ll look like in 2012. The thing that jumps out to me the most is that not only is QB Tony Romo saying all the right things, but he’s also in a serious position to succeed with the talent […]
The Cowboys wrapped up their first day of mandatory mini-camp with everyone accounted for. That was a nice change. All 90 players were around, but not all were on the field. Oh, and one arrived late with a pretty good excuse. A quick run-down of what happened at Valley Ranch: – Mike Jenkins showed up, as we said he would. The disgruntled cornerback was at the Cowboys facility, doing shoulder rehab and avoiding a fine. What he wasn’t doing was talking. After his people asked for a trade, Jenkins may still be upset about his contract situation. But he didn’t talk with reporters, despite showing up in the locker room a few times. That left others to do the talking […]
My story: Is this the year Cowboys WR Dez Bryant lives up to his potential? “We’re just going to see”
Cowboys WR Dez Bryant is talented. Duh. He’s big, he’s strong, he’s fast, he’s got great hands, he has great balance. Yet we are all still waiting to see how good the former first-round pick from Oklahoma State can be.
One of the best signs for the Dallas Cowboys today during their OTAs was that RB DeMarco Murray was on the field. The second-year player, who showed off some serious skills last year, is coming off a broken ankle suffered on Dec. 11. In part because of his injury, the ‘Boys lost three of their last four and missed the playoffs. When he was healthy, though, he averaged 5.5 yards per carry. The Cowboys, in fact, won all five games in which he had 20 or more carries. Clearly, he’s valuable. And now, they have him back. Murray looked, well, like himself. (Here is what I said about Murray on Total Access.) How did he feel? “It felt great just […]
Contract negotiations for Saints QB Drew Brees aren’t going to progress well if the team clings to its silly assertion it should receive a discount for taking a medical risk for him in 2006.
With the No. 14 pick in the 2012 NFL Draft, Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones has a constant reminder that his team finished 8-8 and missed the playoffs last season. And he’s not happy about it.
It looks like Mike Wallace will remain in the Steel City, so fantasy football owners can breathe a sigh of relief.
The team agreed to a three-year contract Wednesday with Kyle Orton, according to a source with knowledge of the situation.
These “motivational” posters are not meant to inspire the 2012 NFL Draft class.
There’s no way to sugarcoat the fact that Giants RB Ahmad Bradshaw isn’t a big believer in the Cowboys or their quarterback. You know, Tony Romo.
Posted: Friday, December 30th, 2011 | NFL.com Staff Tags: Three and out, Antonio Brown, Ben Roethlisberger, Dallas Cowboys, Daniel Thomas, Miami Dolphins, Mike Wallace, Pittsburgh Steelers, Reggie Bush, Tony Romo
Tony Romo is expected to be under center for the regular season finale Sunday. If his past track record is any indication, fantasy owners should feel comfortable having him in their lineups.
Tony Romo is trying to work around a bruised hand in order to play Sunday. If he does, he’s already proven that he can post big numbers while being less than 100 percent.