The Cowboys concluded their visits with potential draft choices.
The visits, which began Wednesday and conclude Friday, included such players as Ohio State receiver Brian Robiskie, Western Michigan safety Louis Delmas, Richmond linebacker Lawrence Sidbury, Oregon cornerback Jairus Byrd and Texas Tech safety Darcel McBath.
The Star-Telegram says Dallas needs another punt returner. I agree. What does the draft offer at this position?
Cornerbacks Alphonso Smith (Wake Forest) and Victor Harris (Virginia Tech) are two of the top punt returners in the draft, but likely will be gone when the Cowboys pick in the second round and even in the third. Arizona wide receiver Mike Thomas could be worth looking at in the middle rounds and Oklahoma wide receiver Juaquin Iglesias is a middle-round prospect who has return capabilities.
For an even better look at potential punt returners in the draft, review Carl's article from a month ago.
This is pretty cool. Billion Dollar Stadium will be featured on the Science Channel Monday night.
While the facility will not be open to the public until June 6, 2009, the Science Channel will showcase the new three million square-foot NFL venue on its hit show "Build it Bigger," airing Monday, April 20, 2009 at 10 p.m. (EDT).
Philadelphia traded away their 1st-rounder (28th overall), a 4th, and a 6th in 2010 to Buffalo for OT Jason Peters. Last night, the team signed the big man to a 6-year, $60 million contract. ESPN's Matt Mosley already ranks him as the best starting left tackle in the NFC East. He has Flozell coming in last.
Under the Tony Sparano (offensive line) regime, Adams played like an elite left tackle at times. Now he appears to have trouble getting out of his stance.
A Philadelphia city judge's campaign: "I've hated the Dallas Cowboys all my life". Feeling's mutual, I'm sure.