It’s official. The Cowboys will be training in Oxnard this year. Read about it here and here.
Here’s a better breakdown on the Flozell Adams deal.
The six-year deal Flozell Adams signed with the Cowboys will carry cap numbers of $3.6 million in 2008 and '09. Adams got $13 million to sign and guaranteed $1 million base salaries the next two years.
Adams will receive $22.5 million in the first three years of the deal, which is just below the $24 million Leonard Davis will get in the first three years of the contract he signed last year.
Cap number of $3.6 million for each of the next two years. Not bad at all.
If Javon Walker doesn’t need a walker, he could be a good deal for the ‘Boys. But those knee injuries are tricky things.
The Denver Broncos released receiver Javon Walker on Friday, and the Cowboys have stepped up to the plate and expressed an immediate interest, according to numerous sources.
Broncos coach Mike Shanahan told Denver reporters that Walker might need microfracture surgery, but agent Kennard McGuire says his client is healthy. In Walker's last two healthy seasons, 2004 with the Packers and 2006 with the Broncos, he hit the 1,000-yard milestone in receiving yards.
The Cowboys are not in a rush to sign Walker and will gauge how to pay him before seriously pursuing him.
Again, this one is dicey. We’ll have to wait until the Cowboys medical staff can take a good look at that knee.
Here’s a DMN article covering our activity, or lack thereof, in free agency.