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The ever shifting guesses at the Cowboys first pick

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Tom Orsborn says there's a new "flavor of the day" concerning the Cowboys first pick in the draft.

But the new flavor of the day for Dallas is Pitt's Darrelle Revis, who covered the 40-yard dash in the 4.36-to-4.41-second range Saturday at the Panthers' pro day.

Revis' median time of 4.38 would have ranked among the top five at the NFL Combine, according to the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review.

Ross ran a 4.44 in the 40 in Indianapolis. Michigan's Leon Hall, considered the top corner prospect, clocked a 4.39.

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"I watched (Revis) on videotape and graded him highly," Panthers secondary coach Tim Lewis told the Tribune-Review. "I think a lot of him. I think he's a good person. I talked to a number of people I trust, and they all give him high marks on character."

Check out Mickey Spags article on the Cowboys offense in 2006. He makes the point that is so true. We had an offensive juggernaut last season, so that gives you hope that we can go into 2007 with another high-powered offense. At the same time, it makes you ill that we didn't take advantage of it any better than we did.