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  • Originally posted by D-Unit View Post
    Our best pass rusher on the DL is our NT. Pathetic.
    Mother of Gawd would you chill out.

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    • Funny enough...even though, we had been in contact with some of the big names, this off-season is turning out a lot like a lot of us initially imagined. When we thought that we didnt have all that much to spend, that is.

      The only real kick in the teeth has been losing Bowen, however. Other than that, I was just hoping to grab a safety or two and a RG. All still very possible. Trying to look at the bright side, of our quiet off-season, at least. haha.

      Thanks BoneKrusher^

      http://youtube.com/watch?v=6_j52DziMy4 (the man)
      http://youtube.com/watch?v=2g6S3Anto7c
      KO KNOWS

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      • Originally posted by Crimson79 View Post
        Mother of Gawd would you chill out.
        Mediocrity doesn't suit me very well and I'm tired of the impotency of this team's management. We aren't winning the SB this season, next season or any season in the foreseeable future. This is how I deal with it. Venting on a damn forum.

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        • You're annoying. The sky isn't falling, it's august 1st. Let the games begin before you start with the doom and gloom. This is the same team(see. better) that went 5-3 over the last 8 games without Romo, Dez, and a slew of other injuries.

          Stop it, you're acting like my 7 year old daughter when she doesn't get her way.
          Last edited by FreshBoy!; 07-30-2011, 02:14 AM.

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          • Originally posted by D-Unit View Post
            I'm just so disgusted. Maybe tomorrow will be a new day, but right now, I'm royally pissed.

            If I'm offending anybody... pls forgive me.... just let me be for today. haha.

            Right now Cullen Jenkins will be the only guy that can cheer me up. But I think signing Spears ended that. *************** )@&*(#$)*&@$#)Q(@3$_
            See bold .

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            • OK. Now here's some good news. More from the player's standpoint than the Cowboys, but Ty Warren wants to play here. Woohoo!

              http://sportsblogs.star-telegram.com...#ixzz1Tff8LECO

              Source: Ty Warren is interested in joining Cowboys

              The Patriots released defensive end Ty Warren on Friday. A source said Warren, a Bryan High and Texas A&M product, is interested in returning home to play for either the Cowboys or the Texans. He grew up a Cowboys fan and Cowboys defensive coordinator Rob Ryan was the linebackers coach with Warren in New England in 2003, ao they have a relationship.

              Warren failed his physical, failing his conditioning test. But it had nothing to do with his hip. He already had been cleared from the hip injury that forced him to miss all of last season. undergoing surgery last Aug. 16 to repair a torn labrum.

              Warren has played in 105 games since the Patriost picked in him in the first round of the 2003 draft. He has 496 tackles, 20.5 sacks and four forced fumbles in his career.




              If the Cowboys don't jump all over this, then they are indeed stupid.

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              • Not really understanding the 'poor decision making' of the Cowboys D-Unit. You want to go back in time and draft a luxury pick rather than staying put and getting great value at a position of need. Then you want to sign an injury risk (Columbo 2.0) to protect Romo. I would be pissed if they showed that flashy, fan pleasing, type of plan as opposed to filling needs and sticking to JG's plan.

                Coleman/Spears are solid 3-4 lineman I HATE when people act as though they should be penetrating sack beasts. It is highly scheme dependent and if you think Ryan would ask/approve signings of dlineman that don't fit his scheme you're being naive. Obviously Rob isn't going to be asking his 3-4 DEs to play like Rat. Occupy blockers, be solid against the run, and give Ware and Spencer the space to get sacks.

                Another positive of the Coleman signing is that we may be lucky enough to get rid of the dancing bear Russian. We can still have a very solid, and unspectacular (which is a good thing considering our owner) off-season. We trimmed dead weight, we re-signed our franchise LT, we drafted our future LT/RT, we signed/re-signed our 3-4 DE depth, and still have the cap space to finish off our needs at FS/SS/RG.

                Safeties: Huff/Elam/Sensabaugh/Whitner/Goldson/Pool
                R. Guard: Bialock/Waters/Bell/
                Originally posted by D-Unit
                I have no clue what Bortles is all about. Has a funny name though. Sounds like a Pokemon.


                Dallas Cowboys GM -Forum Mock

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                • We need to consider a play on a WR too. Outside of our starters I'm not comfortable with what we have.

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                  • How much is Cullen Jenkins going for? Warren is an obvious move, but I'm curious about the price Jenkins will get, seems like he'd be affordable. Huff & Elam could both still be had also.





                    Originally posted by Scott Wright
                    I guarantee that if someone picks Cam Newton in the Top 5 they will regret it.

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                    • Originally posted by M.O.T.H. View Post
                      Didnt someone post that Holland came in at a sloppy weight again? Every Dallas site seems to be jumping the gun on his becoming the starter. Even going as far as interviewing him about starting for the upcoming season. Scares me a bit. But I'm holding out hope that we jump into this RG market soon. Holland's serviceable, but there are better players out there.

                      Seriously...we were preparing to spend some cash on Aso. You best upgrade your RG position. Aside from the #3 WR position, it's the only position on the offense that I'm a little concerned about.

                      I'm not that high on Oggs right now...I actually would love to see Harris nail down the spot. Manny probably has a better shot, though. That said, I wouldnt mind signing a #3...but it's not that necessary. But we're a WR injury away from a potentially scary situation.

                      I think Oggs will be fine after awhile, but Harris is a perfect fit for the #3 role right away. He's just a very explosive player who makes plays in space, I think he'll play in the slot more so then Austin now. He won't learn all the positions, may struggle off the jam, but if we get him in space on some WR screens like we love to run, or bubble routes, or just underneath routes as a safety valve, he'll be our best option.


                      He's going to be a guy you try and give the ball to 2-5 times a game in various positions.





                      Originally posted by Scott Wright
                      I guarantee that if someone picks Cam Newton in the Top 5 they will regret it.

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                      • Team's problem is with 23 million in dead cap next year -- pretty hard to do anything without burying yourself even further.

                        Jones' past player acquisition sins have (again) come back to bite the team. The cuts, while needed, were all players that other GMs never would have paid what Jones paid.

                        Smart money was never on Barber living out his contract, Roy doing anything, Davis not getting lazy again. Even the Colombo contract was silly b/c they did have Free who they sat on way too long. In fact, even the Roy trade itself (money aside) was dumb because you had Austin and the management could not project. Bringing back Elam? You cut him in favor of Williams SS a few years back.

                        So, it seems the team is making good moves and a sign of real thinking going on (subtsance over style) in Dallas but till 2013 FA forget about anything big like ASO.
                        Last edited by yanksknicks; 07-30-2011, 08:43 AM.

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                        • Guys, let's not keep worrying about the cap next year. Watch when it gets here it gets manipulated again and were under and signing FA's. Jerry isn't that stupid, he's a big part of the CBA's and he understands cap management as well as anyone.


                          I just don't see the point in worrying about it now because it'll work itself out. I can't remember us ever being in cap trouble.





                          Originally posted by Scott Wright
                          I guarantee that if someone picks Cam Newton in the Top 5 they will regret it.

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                          • Originally posted by D-Unit View Post
                            OK. Now here's some good news. More from the player's standpoint than the Cowboys, but Ty Warren wants to play here. Woohoo!

                            http://sportsblogs.star-telegram.com...#ixzz1Tff8LECO

                            Source: Ty Warren is interested in joining Cowboys

                            The Patriots released defensive end Ty Warren on Friday. A source said Warren, a Bryan High and Texas A&M product, is interested in returning home to play for either the Cowboys or the Texans. He grew up a Cowboys fan and Cowboys defensive coordinator Rob Ryan was the linebackers coach with Warren in New England in 2003, ao they have a relationship.

                            Warren failed his physical, failing his conditioning test. But it had nothing to do with his hip. He already had been cleared from the hip injury that forced him to miss all of last season. undergoing surgery last Aug. 16 to repair a torn labrum.

                            Warren has played in 105 games since the Patriost picked in him in the first round of the 2003 draft. He has 496 tackles, 20.5 sacks and four forced fumbles in his career.




                            If the Cowboys don't jump all over this, then they are indeed stupid.



                            Chiefs scooped up Kelly Gregg, had no idea he was even out there. Great signing, I need to look at the numbers and see what he got in comparison to Spears.





                            Originally posted by Scott Wright
                            I guarantee that if someone picks Cam Newton in the Top 5 they will regret it.

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                            • Originally posted by D-Unit View Post
                              OK. Now here's some good news. More from the player's standpoint than the Cowboys, but Ty Warren wants to play here. Woohoo!

                              http://sportsblogs.star-telegram.com...#ixzz1Tff8LECO

                              Source: Ty Warren is interested in joining Cowboys

                              The Patriots released defensive end Ty Warren on Friday. A source said Warren, a Bryan High and Texas A&M product, is interested in returning home to play for either the Cowboys or the Texans. He grew up a Cowboys fan and Cowboys defensive coordinator Rob Ryan was the linebackers coach with Warren in New England in 2003, ao they have a relationship.

                              Warren failed his physical, failing his conditioning test. But it had nothing to do with his hip. He already had been cleared from the hip injury that forced him to miss all of last season. undergoing surgery last Aug. 16 to repair a torn labrum.

                              Warren has played in 105 games since the Patriost picked in him in the first round of the 2003 draft. He has 496 tackles, 20.5 sacks and four forced fumbles in his career.




                              If the Cowboys don't jump all over this, then they are indeed stupid.
                              And he's willing to play for the vet minimum, this should be a no brainer for us.

                              Per Rotoworld:

                              Free agent DE Ty Warren is reportedly willing to play for the veteran's minimum in order to sign with a contender.

                              SI's Peter King stresses that Warren will not return to the Patriots. Warren, 30, was a top-ten 3-4 defensive end in football two years ago, according to Pro Football Focus. He's openly expressed interest in Dallas and Houston.
                              Cowboys Mock:
                              1. Myles Jack | LB | UCLA
                              2. Vernon Butler | DT | LA Tech
                              3. Karl Joseph | SS | WVU

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                              • But he wants to play for a contender. Lol

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