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Fan favorite WR Tom Crowder was released by the Cowboys today.

The Cowboys released wide receiver Tom Crowder on Thursday.

Crowder spent the spring with the Frankfurt Galaxy before his season was cut short with a broken jaw. Crowder, who joined the Cowboys as an undrafted free agent in 2004, was on the practice squad for the past two NFL seasons.

Crowder's NFL Europe exemption has been placed on nose tackle Samuel Taulealea, who was signed June 2. Taulealea had eight tackles with the Berlin Thunder this spring.

Sammy T stole Crowder's exemption! I liked Crowder, but Sammy T is a BTB favorite.

KC Joyner over at ESPN got asked about the Dallas offensive line in a chat today. Here's his response.

K.C. Joyner: The Dallas O line wasn't all bad last year, it just had it's strong and weak points. The loss of Larry Allen does hurt some, but he only had a 3.9 yard modified POA rating. Kyle Kosier, Allen's replacement, had a 4.6 yard rating in that category for an awful Lions team, so he will more than make that up.

As long as Dallas can keep Pettiti on the bench, I think their O line won't be a problem. And if the O line stands up, they have a legitimate division title chance and decent shot at a Super Bowl run.

Guess we can put K.C. Joyner in the Jason Fabini camp.

Ahmad Brooks held his pro-day workout today in anticipation of the supplemental draft. Yes, the Cowboys attended, in fact, every team attended except the Minnesota Vikings. Pat Kirwan on the NFL Network thinks Brooks will be selected with a 3rd or 4th-round draft pick.

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