Emmitt Smith wants the current Cowboys to reach their potential – Bob Glauber, Newsday

Another Cowboys legend weighs in on the current state of the team.

“It’s disappointing because you see how talented this team can be, was [in past years], and has the potential to be,” Smith told Newday. “What’s disappointing is not seeing this team maximizing their true potential, how it’s done, what they need to do. They need to figure these things out quickly on their own, individually and as a full team.

Smith would like to see this year’s team take some of the lessons from their league seasons and apply them to the 2022 season and beyond. And that means today’s gamers take their profession more seriously.

“One thing I can say about my Dallas Cowboys teams in the 90s, there was an overall commitment from every man on the football field to get better and be better and be physically fit and ready. to roll once the season came around, period,” said Smith, the NFL’s all-time leading rusher with 18,355 yards. “What was important was what we did each offseason in terms of physical training and physical fitness to go out there and compete, and we competed, not just among ourselves, but we competed once we got on the football field for four quarters, and there There was no holding back. In my opinion, it’s the environment that our current Cowboys lack.

The clear line and descent of the Cowboys was the dismissal of Jimmy Johnson by Jones after the 1993 season – even though the Cowboys managed to win another title in Barry Switzer’s second season. Smith would like to see the lessons Johnson imparted to his players before his ousting apply to the current squad under Mike McCarthy.

15 top-100 prospects the Cowboys almost certainly won’t pick in the 2022 NFL Draft – KD Drummond, Cowboys Wire

Don’t expect to see those guys in Cowboy uniforms.

WR Skyy Moore, West Michigan

WMU is in the MAC conference, a group of 5. There’s even some buzz Moore might be a first-round consideration, but without 30 recorded visits or private practice, the Cowboys are likely on him.

OT Trevor Penning, Northern Iowa

Penning (Missouri Valley, Else) got teased about Dallas in the first round by a few national figures because there are rumors of interest. But in the first? If Penning goes that high, I’d be in a coma if that team was Dallas.

OT Tyler Smith, Tulsa

The Cowboys were recently burned at the altar in Tulsa (group of 5), and as we see with other schools, they tend to stay away, so Smith is likely out as well.

Two arrests are made in the shooting death of Cameron Ray, a day after Kelvin Johnson met with police – Mike Florio, PFT

The latest news around Kelvin Joseph’s situation.

Cowboys defensive back Kelvin Joseph apparently told police exactly what they needed to hear.

A day after Joseph met with authorities investigating the shooting death of Cameron Ray, two people were arrested in connection with the crime. According to the Dallas Police Department (via Michael Gehlken of Dallas Morning News), police apprehended Aries Jones, 28, and Tivione English, 21.

Joseph’s attorney admitted that Joseph was a passenger in the vehicle from which the shots were fired.

Joseph, a 2021 Cowboys second-round pick, has not been arrested or charged with any crime. The murder took place on March 18, following a fight outside a bar. Cameron Ray was 20 years old.

2022 NFL Draft: 3 draft predictions for the Dallas Cowboys – Rocky Garza, Jr., Inside the Star

The Cowboys trade discussion has everyone pissed off.

1. The Cowboys make it into the Top 15.

While some fans are hoping the Cowboys will stay at the Pick 24, or even drop, I’m rocking with what Jerry said and predicting they will progress in the first round. Every year you see prospects drop off their projected rankings, so I’m looking at the same in this draft, and the front office is tackling a selection of homeruns early.

Now, I understand the franchise would lose draft capital and given their many needs on the team, it would be hard to justify moving multiple picks. However, Jones said if another “CeeDee Lamb or Micah Parsons” type player was around, they would come after them.

Although his message was probably implied in the meaning if a better prospect fell on them at 24, I use the same energy to move them forward. I can already hear Jones’ post-draft interview about how excited they were to see “x-player” within striking distance, and they felt compelled to trade.

(Plus, I bet Jones is using some crazy analogy to justify the choice and we’ll all be confused as to how that relates.)

With the trade, I would expect them to target players like Ohio State wide receiver Chris Olave, LSU cornerback Derek Stingley, USC wide receiver Drake London, Northern Iowa tackle Trevor Penning , Florida State EDGE Jermaine Johnson, Mississippi State Tackle Charles Cross, and Georgia defensive tackle Jordan Davis.

Micah Parsons recalls his emotional reaction after being drafted by the Cowboys – Lauren Barash, The Landry Hat

The Cowboys clinched gold in last year’s draft!

With the 2022 NFL Draft just around the corner, much of the NFL world is buzzing with fictional drafts, prospect profiles and trade rumors. But there has also been content that allows fans and players to reminisce about last year’s draft. For league teams, the draft is a time when business must be settled. For college players, this time of year represents a life-changing opportunity. It represents a chance to be rewarded for years of hard work. the Dallas Cowboys former first-round pick, Micah Parsonshad one of those incredible moments last year.

The NFL recently posted a video from its “Hey Rookie Welcome to the NFL” segments on Twitter showing Parsons’ reaction to being drafted by the Cowboys, and it’s very moving. It starts with the Penn State product saying he wants Dallas and he’ll cry if he gets that call. Moments later, his phone rings and Jerry Jones is on the other end.

“That’s all I ever wanted man,” Parsons told Jones. He then puts his head in his hands and begins to cry. Her family jumps for joy and records the moment. This is truly a special moment for the young gun. Maybe it’s just me. But there’s something about seeing a 6-foot-3, 245-pound man cry that really grabs you.

While on the phone with Jerry, Parsons’ son Malcolm walks up to him and the linebacker wraps his child in a big hug. Tissues, anyone? Parsons retweeted the video expressing how important the moment was to him.

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