This one is for BTB-regular Terry, tireless defender of all things Romo and any insinuation that he has gone
It cost Dallas QB Tony Romo $9,000 to withdraw from the Colonial Pro-Am on Wednesday so he wouldn't miss one of the Cowboys "voluntary" organized team activities. Romo had agreed to play in the Colonial event well before he knew there would be a scheduling conflict with what was essentially a 7-on-7 drill, and could have gotten away with not showing up. Because he's totally committed to being the best QB he can be, and wants to be viewed as a team leader, Romo pulled the plug on the golf. It cost him $9,000 because that's how much somebody paid in an auction to play with him in the Pro-Am. With the money targeted for Cook Children's Hospital, Romo wrote a check to the guy who bought him
If only Roy Williams could cover receivers like the media has covered Roy Williams over the last couple of weeks. Matt Mosley dedicates a column to the Story of Roy, a never-ending saga of confusion. I say confusion because no one can quite pin down what’s going on with
wasn’t much on defensive theory and the playbook coming out of college, but the Cowboys didn’t care because Darren Woodson was back there. Indeed, Woodson confirms in the article that they kept it very simple for Roy - go downhill and crush people. No learning the CB coverage schemes, or the linebacker gaps, just be a hitter. After Woodson’s departure Roy ’s play started an uneven decline that now has some wondering about his future in Roy . His thin-skin led to an icy relationship with the press and now he is even avoiding his teammates. The Cowboys are keeping him for this year, but all bets are off after that. Dallas
That’s about how Mosley sees it but with a lot of detail added in, you should read the whole thing.
My thoughts on
"In breaking down the film, he's done a lot more good than bad," Stewart said. "He's very capable of doing everything we ask him to do. I believe he had 100 tackles, and that's a busy guy. If we can get him to stop horse-collaring guys, I think he's very, very capable of playing at a high level in our system."OK, I’m
Brett Favre is going to attend camp! OK, it’s only a kid’s football camp over the summer. But what a good camp for the kids, the three stars will be Brett Favre, Adrian Peterson and Jason Witten. Nice. And is it just me or does
At the risk of kicking off a Parcells bashing thread, I bring you this article from
Cowboys owner Jerry Jones stepped in and made sure Smith left respectfully. Jones said he would ''always see the star on Emmitt's helmet'' and that Smith would be welcome to return in some capacity after his playing days.
The decision, one that benefited Smith and the team he loved, was made after several individual meetings between Smith and Jones. And today, a retired Smith is offering advice to new Cowboys running back Felix Jones.
It's an act Huizenga can at least attempt to duplicate.
Jerry is lending his support to