JAN 29 KELLEN’S NEXT GIG The Dallas Cowboys have fired Kellen Moore and can move toward a recent coordinator – but reportedly with head coach Mike McCarthy calling the plays … and Kellen may need his own moves lined up.
Based on Ian Rapoport, the Tampa Bay Bucs have “significant interest” within the outgoing Cowboys offensive coordinator.
Kellen possibly without Tom Brady? Interesting.
Also, it’s being reported that upfront of the Sunday night move, the Cowboys heard from the Chargers, who desired to interview Kellen as their coordinator.
Kellen possibly with Justin Herbert? Interesting.
JAN 29 NFC TITLE GAME OFFSHOOT The Houston Texans watched intently as the San Francisco 49ers and defensive coordinator DeMeco Ryans – the previous Texans standout player – lost the NFC title game on Sunday on the Philadelphia Eagles.
Too bad for DeMeco.
But now things get good – hopefully for DeMeco and the Texans.
Ryans has emerged as a top candidate in recent days, and the expectation is now that Houston can seal the deal here in the approaching hours. Read more here.
JAN 29 NFL STATEMENT ON TYRE NICHOLS A Video that surfaced this Friday showing Tyre Nichols, a 29-year-old Black man, being beaten by five Memphis cops, has the NFL releasing a press release on Nichols’ death.
“The NFL mourns the tragic and senseless death of Tyre Nichols, and we send our condolences to his family members and the Memphis community,” the league said in a press release. “We remain deeply committed to combating the injustices and inequities that plague our society and can proceed to work with our social justice partners to support our communities and fight for change.”
This violent incident occurred during a seemingly routine traffic stop on Jan. 7. Nichols passed away three days later.
The five officers from the Memphis Police Department involved have each been charged with second-degree murder, aggravated assault, aggravated kidnapping, official misconduct and official oppression.
JAN 27 NEWNESS FOR DAK Early in Troy Aikman’s profession, the then-young Dallas Cowboys QB authored a kid’s book called “Things Change.”
All these years later … they still do.
Evidently Dak Prescott, the heir to Aikman’s throne, has a recent “casually dating” girlfriend in Dallas native and LSU swimmer Jadyn Jannasch, in line with the gossip site “Page Six.”
In order that’s nice. If Dak’s blissful, we’re blissful.
Meanwhile, the Cowboys are examining the concept of one other change within the QB’s life, as head coach Mike McCarthy offered an interesting answer when quizzed by CowboysSI.com on Thursday in regards to the job security of his offensive coordinator.
“I don’t need to play this game today,” McCarthy said in answer to a CowboysSI.com query about Moore. “Kellen Moore, identical to the remaining of the coaches, shall be evaluated.”
We’ll keep you posted on the coaching moves. And we’ll cover the Cowboys dating front with far less intensity.
JAN 26 NEW TACKLE RULE? The NFL competition committee shall be looking into a selected tackling “style” that led to injuries last weekend within the playoffs.
Based on The Washington Post, the committee will consider the “mechanics of the tackle” that resulted in Dallas Cowboys running back Tony Pollard suffering a high ankle sprain and a broken leg in Sunday’s loss to the San Francisco 49ers.
Meanwhile, the league may even examine the same play by which Chiefs QB Patrick Mahomes sprained his ankle within the playoff win over the Jags.
Within the case of the Cowboys: San Francisco cornerback Jimmie Ward landed on Pollard’s leg while dragging him down from behind. … a legal play but possibly a nasty one which led to the free agent running back needing surgery.
Jacksonville linebacker Arden Key landed awkwardly on Mahomes of their game, causing the Kansas City quarterback to briefly exit Saturday’s game with a high ankle sprain … though Mahomes expects to play within the AFC Championship Game this Sunday against the Bengals.
JAN 25 CALLOWAY SIGNS The Cowboys are continuing to sign futures contracts with prospects as they assemble their 90-man roster for the 2023 season, and the list is now highlighted by one other keeper from the practice squad, Antonio Callaway.
Callaway was a fourth-round pick of the Browns in 2018 and as a rookie caught 43 passes and five TDs before behavioral issues sidelined his profession.
Also signed up by Dallas to this point: receivers Dennis Houston (who began the 2022 season on the 53-man roster) and Dontario Drummond, offensive linemen Alex Taylor, Alec Lindstrom and Brock Hoffman, and defensive backs Juanyeh Thomas, Tyler Coyle and Sheldrick Redwine.
JAN 24 NINERS DE ARRESTED San Francisco 49ers defensive end Charles Omenihu followed up his team’s playoff win over the Cowboys on Sunday by being arrested on a charge of misdemeanor domestic violence on Monday.
The alleged incident together with his girlfriend, the San Jose Police Department said, features the girl charging that Omenihu, a former Texas Longhorns standout. pushed her to the bottom during an argument.
Officers said that they didn’t “observe any visible physical injuries,” though she did complain of a pain to her arm.
Omenihu posted bail and isn’t any longer in custody, but he was served with an emergency protective restraining order.
“We’re aware of the matter involving Charles Omenihu and are within the technique of gathering further information,” said the 49ers, who play on the Philadelphia Eagles on Sunday within the NFC Championship Game.
JAN 23 SIGNINGS: The Cowboys are actually free – unfortunately – to start the assemblage of a 90-man roster via “futures” contracts.
The list to this point features five players from the practice squad: Wideout Dontario Drummond, centers Brock Hoffman and Alec Lindstrom and DBs Sheldrick Redwine and Juanyeh Thomas.
Stay tuned here for more signings …
JAN 22 COWBOYS UP Dak Prescott has thrown a 3-yard TD pass to Dalton Schultz to present the Cowboys a 6-3 lead early within the second quarter here in Santa Clara …
But quite incredibly, the PAT was blocked.
So Brett Maher and the Cowboys are actually 1 of 6 in PAT attempts within the postseason. Oh, and the rationale the Niners have their three points?
A primary-quarter Dak interception.
JAN 22 LAMAR’S NO Quarterback Lamar Jackson has turned down the Ravens’ offer of a six-year contract with $113 million guaranteed. One solution to interpret the numbers?
The guarantees within the contract are lower than half of the $230 million deal the Cleveland Browns gave Deshaun Watson last offseason. They usually are also lower than the contract Dak Prescott has with the Cowboys, which features $126 million guaranteed.
Jackson – the 2019 league MVP – has a solid argument that he desires to be paid like the very best quarterbacks within the league. There are alternative ways to take a look at these numbers … and we do not know the complete value or structure of this offer.
But just when it comes to guaranteed money? Watson’s deal set the bar. And Jackson – who will proceed to be the topic of trade rumors until this is set – has every reason to wish to match it.
JAN 21 DUNGY DECISION Former NFL head coach Tony Dungy made headlines this week when he decided to answer a press release from Rep. Sandra Feist that argued menstrual products needs to be available in all school bathrooms, the politician noting, “There are quite a lot of schools which are moving towards gender-neutral bathrooms.”
Dungy, who has been outspoken about LGBTQ movements up to now, responded.
“That’s nothing,” Dungy wrote on Twitter, sarcastically spreading a debunked myth. “Some school districts are putting litter boxes in the college bathrooms for the scholars who discover as cats. Very vital to handle every student’s needs.”
Despite the controversial nature of his comment – which he obviously concedes to as he’s deleted the tweet – a report from Sports Illustrated says Dungy shall be on air today for NBC’s coverage of the NFL playoffs.
JAN 19 PETERS OUT The Dallas Cowboys proceed to feel good in regards to the Sunday availability of safety Jayron Kearse, but entering the Thursday workout here at The Star, tackle Jason Peters will once more not practice.
Kearse (knee) needs to be tremendous for this workout (possibly he’ll come away as “limited” and for Sunday’s playoff game at San Francisco. But Peters exited the win over Tampa on Monday as a result of a hip issue, and the smart bet is that Dallas will use the offensive line alignment that finished that game going forward …
So the 40-year-old Peters will sit, with rookie Tyler Smith kicking out to left tackle and Connor McGovern getting the beginning at left guard.
JAN 16 LAMAR JACKSON TRADE? The expiring contract of Baltimore Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson is a difficulty … and the complication is exacerbated the knee injury that has seen him miss the last six games … including the 24-17 loss to the Cincinnati Bengals on Sunday.
With the offseason underway, the Ravens are in search of answers on what to do with their franchise quarterback. The rumor mill on Twitter suggests that the Ravens will likely franchise tag Jackson after which trade him.
Are the Atlanta Falcons “on the front of the road?
JAN 15 STILL ALIVE! The Latest York Giants are on to the Divisional Round after beating the Minnesota Vikings 31-24 Sunday at U.S. Bank Stadium. … and so – scheduling involved, in fact – three NFC East teams are still alive.
With the end in Minny, the Giants now face the Philadelphia Eagles next week within the Divisional Round.
Meanwhile, the Dallas Cowboys are set to play Monday night against Tom Brady and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers to land the fourth and final spot in the subsequent round. … and the winner of the MNF game will advance with a gathering with the Niners next week.
JAN 14 NFL WILD CARD SATURDAY And that, Dallas Cowboys, is a tricky act to follow!
The start of the NFL playoffs kicked off on Saturday with a pair of comeback outcomes.
After the San Francisco 49ers got here back from trailing at halftime to win by three scores (41-23 over Seattle), the Jacksonville Jaguars managed a 27-point comeback (third-largest in NFL history) to beat the Los Angeles Chargers at home.
The lopsided start in the primary half got here due to five Jaguars turnovers … including 4 Trevor Lawrence interceptions. But … the Chargers found a solution to blow their four-touchdown result in lose 31–30 in Jacksonville.
Lawrence rebounded by throwing three second-half touchdown passes to pace the comeback for Jacksonville.
Look familiar? Yes, this is identical Jags bunch that trailed Dallas by 17 points late within the regular season before storming back for a 40-34 OT win.
And in fact the 49ers are the identical bunch that beat Dallas last yr in the primary round of the playoffs.
The 49ers will host the highest-remaining NFC playoff team, while the Jaguars await their opponent based off of Sunday’s results. And the Cowboys play on Monday night, surely hoping for a win at Tampa Bay that may not quite so dramatic.
JAN 14 COWBOYS LEAD NFL “America’s Team” has done it again.
Based on a Sunday Night Football report, the Dallas Cowboys dominated the NFL when it comes to total home attendance with 841,192 total fans through nine games at AT&T Stadium this yr.
Next highest total was the Latest York Giants with 688,266.
Obviously there are many aspects in play here: Fan loyalty and keenness … a winning team (12-5 overall and 8-1 at home) … the NFL’s third-largest stadium (behind only MetLife Stadium and Lambeau Field) – but a stadium that’s itself a drawing card, even for fans of the opposite team.
But No. 1 is No. 1. … with Cowboys Nation hoping that each one the feel-good travels to Tampa Bay for the Monday night playoff opener.
JAN 8: COWBOYS PLAYOFF FAVORITES The Tampa Bay Buccaneers, who began their run to a division title with a Week 1 win at Dallas, now host the rematch in Wild Card Weekend … with the Cowboys opening as a 3-point favorite.
The Buccaneers clinched the NFC South every week ago, and the events of Week 18 – featuring Dallas’ awful 26-6 loss at Washington locks the 12-5 Cowboys into the fifth seed as the highest Wild Card team.
Times and dates for the primary round of the playoffs shall be announced late Sunday, however the Bucs shall be hosting Dallas at Raymond James Stadium next weekend.
And yes, CowboysSI.com shall be there!
Said Cowboys owner Jerry Jones in regards to the loss at Washington and the approaching anticipation: “We get to suck on that each one week. If that doesn’t make you get able to play in six or seven days, nothing else will.”
JAN 8 HURTS VS. WEBB Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Jalen Hurts will start Sunday’s regular-season finale against the Latest York Giants; no surprise there, as sore shoulder or not, the Eagles must win to carry off the surging Cowboys.
And the Giants? It seems anyone explained something to fire-ball first-year head coach Brian Daboll, who’d previously talked about “playing to win” although the Giants (like Philly and Dallas) are playoff-bound but haven’t any reason to risk injury here.
So … Latest York will give the job to practice-squad quarterback Davis Webb.
The Eagles are 13-3 but have lost two straight and want to win or tie against the Giants to clinch the highest seed within the NFC and a first-round bye. Within the unlikely event the Eagles lose, the 12-4 Cowboys can jump up with a win at Washington today. they might also get the highest seed if the Cowboys (12-4) lose to the Commanders and the 49ers (12-4) lose to the Cardinals.
Webb, who was a third-round draft pick of the Giants in 2017 but has never attempted a pass in a regular-season NFL game.
JAN 6 JERRY ON LEAGUE VOTE ON AFC TITLE GAME The NFL owners have voted to approve the proposed changes to the AFC playoffs, that are highlighted by the opportunity of a neutral-site AFC Championship game, per reports from NFL Network Friday. …
As Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones predicted would occur a bit earlier within the day.
“We’re going to vote to make accommodation for our circumstances due to concern and what we would have liked to regulate due to Damar Hamlin’s injuries and that shall be done and needs to be finished by noon,” Jones said on 105.3 The Fan.
Jones explained his view on how the league must balance the importance of home-field advantage with the circumstances involving fallen Buffalo Bills safety Damar Hamlin.
“It is a critical time,” Jones said. “Home-field benefits which are earned by how your team has played over the yr, these are all very useful things – that haven’t any use … immediately. (They shouldn’t be) considered (and never) be confused (in in comparison with) sensitivity with the injuries of Hamlin in any respect.”
The altered AFC playoff plan is available in the wake of Hamlin affected by cardiac arrest in the primary quarter of Monday’s matchup with the Cincinnati Bengals, which resulted within the cancellation of the sport.
Full details on the brand new playoff and AFC title game plan could be read here.
JAN 4 ‘NO CLUB’ Cowboys “Lion-backer” Micah Parsons has a nasty cut on his hand, as first reported by CowboysSI.som, and the laceration – together with what we all know was quite a little bit of swelling – caused him to must play in last week’s win vs. the Titans with a wrap so massive that all of us took to labeling it a “club.”
The Wednesday injury report is out now, and Micah is not on it … And he doesn’t expect the injury to limit him Sunday in Week 18 on the Commanders.
“We’re going to be full go,” Parsons said. “No club.”
JAN 4 WASHINGTON COMMANDER BENCH WENTZ One week after quarterback Carson Wentz replaced Taylor Heinicke because the team’s starter, it’s being reported Washington is reversing course.
While Heinicke is anticipated to be the starter, the identical report says rookie Sam Howell may even get playing time, making his NFL debut in the ultimate week of the regular season.
As of now, the team has yet to substantiate. .. and alas, the report is not quite right.
Carson Wentz is getting benched (again) … whilst coach Ron Rivera is saying he has “no regrets” in regards to the fateful decision to begin Wentz in last week’s playoff-hopes-killing loss to the Browns.
UPDATE: Howell is getting first-team reps immediately in Washington’s workout …
And Howell shall be the Sunday starter.
The 7-8-1 Commanders are probably smart to start the experiment with the rookie Howell, as there may be little else to be completed here against 12-4 Dallas, which is playoff-bound and still attempting to win the NFC East.
JAN 3 NFL MOVE The on-field collapse of Buffalo Bills safety Damar Hamlin shook the sports world Monday night, because the 24-year-old went into cardiac arrest through the first quarter against the Cincinnati Bengals at Paycor Stadium.
Hamlin stays in critical condition within the ICU at University of Cincinnati Medical Center. And on Tuesday, the Dallas Cowboys and all of the NFL teams showed support for the second-year safety, as all Twitter profile pictures for the league and its teams were modified to a No. 3 jersey with the message “Pray for Damar.”
The sport between the Bengals and Bills was temporarily suspended before being postponed altogether on Monday night. On Tuesday, the league revealed that the sport is not going to be played this week and that there isn’t a current timetable for motion to resume.
JAN 3 NFL REVEALS PLAN The Week 17 matchup between the Buffalo Bills and Cincinnati Bengals is not going to be played this week within the wake of the on-field collapse of Bills safety Damar Hamlin, the league announced Tuesday.
Here’s the complete statement:
The NFL continues to be in regular contact with the medical team caring for Damar Hamlin, and in addition the Bills and Bengals organizations and the NFL Players Association.
After speaking with each teams and NFLPA leadership, NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell informed the clubs today that the Bills-Bengals game is not going to be resumed this week.
The NFL has made no decision regarding the possible resumption of the sport at a later date.
The league has not made any changes to the Week 18 regular-season schedule.
We are going to proceed to supply additional information because it becomes available.
The Dallas Cowboys will subsequently play as scheduled on Sunday afternoon at Washington. See below for more …
JAN 2 COWBOYS-COMMANDERS TIME REVEALED The Dallas Cowboys will play the Washington Commanders at 3:25 p.m. CT on Sunday, the NFL announced today.
The Cowboys, Philadelphia Eagles (at home vs. the Giants) and San Francisco 49ers (at home vs. the Cardinals) will all play their respective games in the identical 3:25 slot … so no team may have a bonus of information regarding its playoff setup.
Here’s the breakdown of the Dallas scenarios, together with the likelihood on the Cowboys will open the playoffs at Tampa Bay.
Also, Sunday Night Football shall be between the Detroit Lions and Green Bay Packers at Lambeau Field on NBC.
JAN 2 WELCOME BACK! “YIt may be slightly premature and it may be slightly optimistic, however the Dallas Cowboys have an injury-related plan for the playoffs.
It is a “Welcome Back!” plan.
“We’ll be welcoming back three really good football players,” COO Stephen Jones said on Monday in a 105.3 The Fan visit, with a look toward the postseason. “Leighton Vander Esch, definitely (Johnathan) Hankins, after which if we get (Tyler) Biadasz back … that shall be an enormous plus for our group.”
Linebacker Vander Esch (neck/shoulder will sit out this week at Washington. The veteran run-stopper Hankins has a pec injury. And starting center Biadasz has a high-ankle sprain, with the Cowboys crossing their fingers as they shuffle the O-line for one more week.
Said Jones on Biadasz: “I believe after we get a full week with him and see how he’s responding to treatment … We just see what the week brings, but we definitely feel prefer it’s a sensible likelihood (the medical staff) could get him able to play for the primary round of the playoffs.”
DEC 28 ME TOO! Dez Bryant has moved on from football, to be a family man and a businessman, and he hasn’t played within the NFL since 2020.
But he’s sure having some fun with the concept of one other “retired” Dallas Cowboys great attempting to make a comeback.
Based on the CowboysSI.com scoop, Hall of Famer Terrell Owens, 49, has been calling Jerry Jones’ office, asking for a tryout.
“If T.O coming back… sign me as much as a playoff team… seriously! LFG,” Bryant tweeted.
Bryant, 34, was a Pro Bowl force had 7,459 receiving yards and 73 touchdowns in eight seasons with the Cowboys. Like Owens, he keeps himself in tremendous shape, and … Well, these are fun ideas … but they are usually not the Cowboys’ ideas, in the event you get what we mean.
DEC 26 WHITE ON WHITE Because we all know you care …
We are able to report that that is the week you see a “fresh” look with the Cowboys’ iconic uniforms, the white-based “Color Rush” uniform with navy trim …plus the white helmet with the brand new star …
And white facemasks!
This can all unveil itself on this Week 17 meeting on the Tennessee Titans in a Thursday Night Football matchup.
The novelty is subtle. However the facemasks should pop!
DEC 24 SHUT UP AND PLAY This week, Cowboys leader Jayron Kearse essentially urged his locker room to shut up and play.
Said Kearse upfront of Saturday’s Eagles visit: “We’ve talked loads. At this point, we should always not must talk any more. We should always be about business. We should always be about motion. The film should speak. I actually don’t think there’s rather more talking that should be done aside from getting the job done.”
To this point, Kearse resides as much as that, with two takeaways which are largely liable for keeping Dallas on this game. His second one …
Led to a TD from Michael Gallup, one other guy who let’s his play – or on this case, his toes – do his talking for him.
Dallas is tied 27-all with the Eagles entering the fourth here at AT&T Stadium.
DEC 21 The Cowboys and Eagles injury reports are in for Wednesday. With Micah Parsons and Jalen Hurts again the DNP highlights.
Regardless of who plays on Saturday, the Cowboys vow to be ready.
“I believe everybody within the locker room is looking forward to this rematch,” said Dak Prescott, adding, “Understanding that the (Eagles) are playing their asses off, having a hell of a season. …
“You simply wish to get one other shot, make certain you set your best foot forward.”
DEC 21 MICAH OUT AGAIN Micah Parsons will show up on the Wednesday practice/injury report as he did on Tuesday, with it listing the “Lion-backer” as a DNP (illness).
“Micah Parsons is not going to be with us today … It’s going around,” coach Mike McCarthy said of an illness bug.
The Cowboys play host to the Eagles on Christmas Eve day.
DEC 20 Malik Jefferson, waived from the Cowboys practice squad last week, has been re-signed to the practice squad, the team says.
Jefferson, 26-year-old former Texas Longhorn, can offer depth within the constructing within the wake of the short-term injury to Leighton Vander Esch.
DEC 20 DALLAS AT DALLAS The Eagles announced on Tuesday that Dallas Goedert has been activated from IR. … Just in time to play against his hated namesake, the Dallas Cowboys.
Goedert has been out since Week 10 as a result of a shoulder injury, but comes back aboard for the 13-1 Eagles together with his 544 yards and three touchdowns on 43 catches through nine games a top-notch complement to receivers A.J. Brown and DeVonta Smith.
Philly will likely be without QB Jalen Hurts (shoulder) for Saturday’s game at 10-4 Dallas.
DEC 18 KELVIN BENCHED The Cowboys suddenly have defensive problems.
For one, they’ve pulled starting corner Kelvin Joseph after he gave up two consecutive touchdown catches allowed. … so Nahshon Wright has entered game.
Meanwhile, safety Donovan Wilson is hurt, as is Leighton Vander Esch.
Add all of it up? Dallas was up 27-10, but Trevor Lawrence, taking advantage partly of some Dak Prescott sloppiness, has thrown three TD passes …and the Jags are up 31-27 with 10 minutes remaining.
DEC 18 LVE HURT Cowboys linebacker Leighton Vander Esch has been escorted to the locker room in Jacksonville and is now ruled OUT because it regards any likelihood to return to the sport against the Jags.
Amid speculation a couple of possible concussion, the Cowboys are calling it a neck injury.
Micah Parsons has a sack and Ezekiel Elliott has a TD following a takeaway and the Cowboys are up 21-10 within the third as a win clinches a playoff berth.
DEC 18 COACH TO HOSPITAL Falcons defensive coordinator Dean Pees, 73, has been carted off the sector in Latest Orleans during pregame warmups today after a Saints player by accident collided with him.
The Falcons say Pees – who stayed on the bottom for quite a while after the collision – is “alert and responsive” as he’s being transported to an area hospital for medical testing.
DEC 14 ‘STAND BY’ Jerry Jones wants it.
The Cowboys owner was asked by the DFW media late Wednesday afternoon in regards to the ideal timetable of a signing of Odell Beckham Jr.
“Sooner quite than later,” he said.
“I don’t wish to speak about that but stand by,” Jones said. But stand by. Stand by.”
So … we’ll.
Jones, whilst the Cowboys just signed one other vet wideout in T.Y. Hilton, was asked on Tuesday by 105.3 The Fan if the actual fact OBJ cannot play today” (as a result of his allegedly “ticking time bomb” knee) rules out a deal.
“I would not go that far in the event you include the playoffs,” Jones said. “We would not have been desirous about Odell had he not had the talent. I believe it’s fair to say that he’s an impressive receiver … he’s as you well know, not able to play. He’s a receiver that I believe would fit any time. There’s going to be continued interest in Odell.”
Also vital (click above): The parties talked contract parameters on Monday.
So, yeah … stay tuned.
DEC 14 TWO KEY MOVES The Cowboys have placed Johnathan Hankins (pec strain) and Terence Steele (torn ACL and MCL) on injured reserve.
Steele is out for season. Hankins optimistically has likelihood to be activated during playoffs.
DEC 14 OBJ PATIENT? Is Odell Beckham Jr. a “prize free agent” … for the spring of 2023.
The Dallas Cowboys still have the concept of signing OBJ now, with the hope that he could contribute within the NFL Playoffs – and possibly with a contract offer that may secure his services in future years as well, especially as his “ticking time bomb” knee is well in his past.
Indeed, it seems the Cowboys and Beckham’s camp talked on Monday in regards to the parameters of a contract in Dallas.playing anywhere this season becomes smaller.
But ESPN is now reporting that “several” NFL teams consider the 30-year-old receiver is now more than likely to attend until the offseason to do his deal.
“Executives whose teams have done their homework on Beckham expect him to attend because, as one put it, ‘he’ll be the prize’ of the free agent receiver class,” ESPN writes. “Beckham is not expected to be able to play football until the playoffs, and joining a recent team and offense for a playoff run comes with injury risk.”
The Cowboys aware of all this and just fortified their receivers room with the signing of veteran T.Y. Hilton.
Can there be team rewards with tossing the three-time Pro Bowler OBJ onto the sector within the playoffs? Perhaps. But OBJ’s financial reward might only come when he proves his knee to be healthy … making him a “prize” next March.
DEC 13 BEAS TO BILLS Could the Buffalo Bills be within the technique of establishing one other receiver reunion? A few liked tweets and reported airport sightings has the web rumor mill churning about former Bills wide receiver Cole Beasley making his return to Orchard Park.
And now it’s on, NFL Network reporting that Beasley is signing with Buffalo.
WIVB-TV reported Monday night on Twitter that Beasley is back in Buffalo, with their reporter citing a liked tweet by Beasley, which claims that Beasley was on a flight from Baltimore to Buffalo.
Beasley, 33, and a Little Elm native, got here into the NFL from SMU with the Cowboys before moving to Buffalo. He retired from the NFL just two games into his stint with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers back at the start of October.
In three seasons with the Bills (2019-21), the often outspoken “Beas” recorded 2,348 yards and 11 touchdowns on 231 catches, becoming considered one of Josh Allen’s favorite targets.
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