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Julius doing it his way

JJT says JJ is taking his future into his own hands.

Julius Jones is betting on himself. That's not an entirely bad proposition.

Jones, a free agent at the end of the season, has skipped the Cowboys' off-season workout program and is not participating in organized team activities (OTA).

So there's no way he gets the benefit of the doubt if anything goes wrong in training camp. Jones apparently doesn't care.

Just bring it, JJ. If you’re the man, we’ll find out early. If you’re the robot, MB3 might see more time.

Good news. The Cowboys made a list of 10 teams not having a turbulent offseason. But the explanation below is sure to rile a few of you guys.

  1. Dallas Cowboys: They were ranked higher until reports surfaced that quarterback Tony Romo may call an audible and go with Jessica Simpson instead of Carrie Underwood.

I still say, as long as T.O. is quiet, it’s a good offseason.

We signed a TE.

The Cowboys signed tight end Adam Bergen on Tuesday.

The two-year veteran played 30 games in 2005 and 2006 with the Arizona Cardinals. He started nine games as a rookie.


The Cowboys have six tight ends on their roster. They are Pro Bowler Jason Witten, Andy Thorn, undrafted rookie Rodney Hannah, Tony Curtis, Fasano and Bergen. Curtis is playing with the Cologne Centurions in NFL Europe.

Nick Eatman takes a long look at the offensive line.

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