The Cowboys finally made official what was common knowledge: The Cowboys will hold training camp in San Antonio starting in 2007.
Mickey Spags takes about 1,000 words to explain what could've been said in 100 words; the Cowboys are much bigger on the defensive front seven. Mickey, God bless him, discusses the change in team size in exhausting detail, but here's the key paragraphs.
Add it all up, the projected starting linebackers will average 6-2½, 251 pounds - 2½ inches taller and 15 pounds heavier [than 2003]. And that sure won't change much if Singleton starts off at left outside linebacker since he's now 250.
In other words, Parcells likes bigger players and now he's got them. Tucked at the bottom of Mick's "ode to size" was this small blurb.
One day, if we're lucky, Charlie Weis will be Fasano's coach again. Can the lure of America's Team outshine the Golden Dome? If Jerry Jones is smart, he'll try to make it happen.