Rumors: Cowboys Fielding Trades for WR Amari Cooper – Rocky Garza, Jr, Inside the Star
Don’t despair just yet, the Cowboys could get something by trading Amari Cooper.
You don’t expect to hear from Amari Cooper before we get closer to Matchday 5 of the Championship year? Why? I am told the #Cowboys answered a few calls. Advantage for the teams? You don’t fight for it in the open market. They can redo the deal and can spread the money through a signing bonus.
—Jane Slater (@SlaterNFL) March 9, 2022
His report would come as a surprise since last week senior NFL insider Adam Schefter tweeted that the franchise was likely to release Cooper before March 20since his contract would become fully guaranteed if they did not move him.
Additionally, Slater said he doesn’t expect any news regarding the Cowboys and Cooper until we get closer to Day 5 of the league’s new year, which begins March 16.
In an article written by Jason Willis on ITS, he explained that the Jacksonville Jaguars made sense as a Cowboys business partner. Willis talked about how it would be something of a homecoming for Cooper, who hails from Miami, Fla., and would serve as a huge weapon for Jacksonville Jaguars quarterback Trevor Lawrence.
The Cardinals cut Jordan Hicks; Should the Cowboys sign Longhorns LB? Mike Fisher, FanNation
Every decent linebacker who’s a free agent should be of interest to the Cowboys.
So moving Hicks to the bench seems odd. After all, he was, for all intents and purposes, one of the best defensemen on the team – something that will be very difficult to replace for a Super Bowl contending roster.
However, with Arizona also mired in salary cap issues and contract disputes with their franchise quarterback, perhaps giving Hicks the big payday he was looking for was just unmanageable.
So Hicks is available – and yes, available in theory for a Dallas Cowboys team whose fans are also wondering how to get Micah Parsons linebacker help in the form of longtime Seahawks star Bobby Wagner. , or in the form of Anthony Hitchens, or wherever. .
Progress report: a step forward for Tyler Biadasz? – Rob Phillips, DallasCowboys.com
Will Biadasz be the center of attention in 2022?
Good: Durability stands out first. In his second year out of Wisconsin, Biadasz was the only Cowboys offensive lineman to start in all 17 regular season games. He didn’t allow a single sack in 1,205 snaps, according to Pro Football Focus, and he probably played his best football on the stretch handling all communication responsibilities before the snap in central position. PFF gave him the 18th-best NFL Central rating for the season (65.1).
The bad: As expected for a second-year player, all has not been perfect for Biadasz. He and the line had challenges against some of the strongest defensive fronts in the league, including Vita Vea, Ndamukong Suh and the Bucs in Week 1, and later in the season Chris Jones and the Chiefs. The line didn’t win up front as consistently on the stretch, especially in the running game as defenses adjusted with more movement before the break. Biadasz was credited with nine penalties, according to the Football Database, tied for second on the team behind left guard Connor Williams’ 12.
Updates: Cowboys to face Wentz again in the East – Staff, DallasCowboys.com
Guess who’s back, back.
Looks like the Cowboys will face Carson Wentz again in the NFC East.
Washington made a trade with the Indianapolis Colts for Wentz, according to NFL Media and reports, making Wentz the likely starter for newly named 2022 commanders.
Wentz, the Eagles’ No. 2 overall pick in the 2016 NFL Draft, faced the Cowboys seven times with Philly from 2016 to 2020, posting a 4-4 record. He started all 17 games for the Colts last season, posting 27 touchdowns and 7 interceptions.
Woman sues Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones says he’s her father, court documents show
A story of The Dallas Morning News involving team owner, president and general manager Jerry Jones emerged on Wednesday.
A 25-year-old congressional aide who grew up in North Texas has sued Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones, alleging he is his biological father.
Lawyers for Alexandra Davis filed a lawsuit Thursday in Dallas County, claiming that Jones and her mother had a relationship in the mid-1990s from which she was conceived. According to court documents, Jones and Davis’ mother, Cynthia Davis, reached an agreement to financially support the mother and child as long as they did not publicly identify Jones as his father.
Alexandra Davis is asking a court to find that she is not legally bound by the agreement between Jones and her mother if she tries to legally establish that he is her father. She doesn’t want to be sued or lose her financial trusts. She also seeks a court declaration that such settlement agreements should be “unenforceable” in Texas.
Former Dallas Cowboys star, Jackson State coach Deion Sanders had two of his toes amputated – Clarence Hill, Jr., Star-Telegram
Deion has been going through some troubling times recently.
Former Dallas Cowboys star and current Jackson State head coach Deion Sanders had two of his toes surgically amputated last fall. Sanders revealed the severity of his foot injury in an upcoming episode of his “Coach Prime” documentary series which airs Tuesday night on Barstool Sports.
Sanders confirmed to Andscape that he had his left big toe and the one next to it amputated due to blood clots from a previous surgery. He nearly lost his leg and needed eight surgeries in three weeks to save his leg. He spent 23 days in intensive care.
Fox Didn’t Make Bid to Keep Troy Aikman in ‘Strange’ Decision – Greg Joyce, New York Post
Troy Aikman talks about his departure from FOX.
Troy Aikman insists he was open to staying at Fox for a 22nd year, but the network never made him a final offer.
Instead, the NFL color commentator recently made the jump to ESPN on a five-year deal worth around $90 million and change, reported Andrew Marchand of the Post.
“It was a strange set of circumstances that led me to where I am now and not being back at Fox,” Aikman said Tuesday on Sportsradio 96.7 and 1310 The Ticket in Dallas. “And I never would have imagined this six months ago and so it’s strange. When the negotiations couldn’t go through, which I considered fair value, I was able to negotiate an opt-out after six months, which allowed me to be a free agent.
“Then Fox never jumped in. They never made an offer. I had no conversation with Fox until I got a call congratulating me on my new contract. So it’s a decision they made and that’s fine.
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