Trade-Bound Cowboys by Robert Quinn; too much to get the Bears DE star? – Mike Fisher, Cowboys pundit

I may not want to rule it out, but Robert Quinn’s return to Dallas seems pretty unlikely.

Robert Quinn, the former NFL Defensive Player of the Year who rejuvenated his career at Dallas in 2019, doesn’t seem to want to leave his current team, the Chicago Bears.

“I (don’t) expect to go anywhere, or I want to go anywhere, but again, it’s a crazy deal,” Quinn said recently.

But the rumors remain. And so the guy once labeled by his Cowboys teammates ‘The Black Cobra’ for his pass-rush curvature – “Quinn once told me. “I take it with honour…..I wear it with pride” – will naturally be linked, at least by hungry Cowboys fans, to Dallas once again.

Is there a game in Dallas?

What We’ve Learned About Every NFL Team So Far in 2022 – Brent Sobleski, Bleacher Report

The management of the Cowboys salary cap in 2022 is up for debate.

Dallas Cowboys Are not good at managing their salary cap

The Cowboys were $12 million over the salary cap heading into the league’s new year, and they were forced to make a few moves just to even the sheet.

First, the team traded wide receiver Amari Cooper to the Cleveland Browns for a fifth-round pick and a trade in sixth-round picks. Before making the move, the Cowboys signed Michael Gallup to a five-year, $57.5 million contract extension to cover their bases in that position.

Dallas released right tackle La’el Collins and was unable to re-sign wide receiver Cedrick Wilson Jr., guard Connor Williams, linebacker Keanu Neal and safety Damontae Kazee. The organization also botched the re-signing of Randy Gregory, and the rusher opted to join the Denver Broncos instead.

The Cowboys are talented, but they’re struggling to become a legitimate Super Bowl contender despite the amount of money they’ve spent on their stars. By doing so, Jerry Jones has less financial flexibility to adjust the team’s roster.

Cowboys’ Mike McCarthy thinks Trevon Diggs’ 50-50 ball ability is special – Mark Lane, WFAA

Time will tell just how “special” Trevon Diggs really is, but he’s already pretty good.

Mike McCarthy noted throughout the 2021 campaign that if there were 50-50 balls thrown in the direction of cornerback Trevon Diggs, the odds were more favorable for the Dallas Cowboys cornerback than the opposing receiver.

As the Cowboys worked through the final week of organized team activities at the Star in Frisco, the Dallas coach continued to marvel at the edge Diggs has when passing passes are thrown at him, and the talent to him. reminiscent of a former Cowboys cornerback.

“Obviously Deion [Sanders] when the ball went up in the air, you just assumed Deion was going to go down with it,” McCarthy told reporters on June 9. “Diggs has a part of it too. You don’t throw 50-50 balls when you throw in his direction.

Diggs had a league-high 11 interceptions, two of which came back for touchdowns in 2021. Sanders, a two-time Super Bowl champion and Pro Football Hall of Famer, has never recorded a double-digit pick during his 14 seasons. However, “Prime Time” had a reputation in the NFL for discouraging quarterbacks from getting started.

3 Cowboys Who Could Lose Their Starting Jobs This Offseason – Nick Coppola, Inside The Star

Which Cowboys starters do you think could be at risk of losing their jobs?

RB Ezekiel Elliott

As the past season progressed, calls to pitch Tony Pollard on Elliott grew. Who is better between the two is up for debate, but what is a fact is that Pollard is the more efficient runner.

Pollard had 5.5 yards per carry last season, tied for fourth in the league. He also received a 90.2 rushing rating from Pro Football Focus and averaged 10 yards on every 7.6 carries.

It might just be me living in a dream world, but I think Pollard can take the starting role this offseason. The magnitude of those odds is unclear, but it should definitely be in the discussion.

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