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16 minutes ago, oldman9er said:

Yeah, I don't see Dez as a likely addition. Certainly not unless.. knock on wood.. an early injury rears its head to a vet WR.

Meh on Scandrick saying his peace, is whateverz. 

You better be knocking on a redwood tree in California buddy! ? xD

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This could be bad news for the Redskins if Gregory can do anything. The Cowboys having a DE rotation of Lawrence, Crawford, Charlton, Elay and Gregory looks pretty solid.

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Good signing for the Giants. They now have a quality starting 3-4 OLB to go opposite Vernon.

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The Cowboys may have a lot of talent in their DL but their top 4 DL all have issues and 3 of the 4 have been suspended before; Gregory is frankly lucky he’s still in the league. Apparently he’s going to have a chaperone like Dez did as a young player. 

1. DeMarcus Lawrence has been suspended before and has contract issues.

2. Maliek Collins is their best interior DL and he’s recovering from a broken foot and is starting training camp off on the PUP list.

3. Randy Gregory - see above - has missed most of his NFL career because of suspensions and needs a chaperone like Dez Bryant used to.

4. DAvid Irving is dealing with personal issues and needs time off to start training camp. We all know he’s a headcase, it’s the reason he wasn’t drafted in the first 3 rounds. It certainly wasn’t because he’s not talented.

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Pro Bowl selection in each of the past four seasons, Frederick has dealt with shoulder and neck issues throughout training camp. The team originally believed he was suffering from stingers, leaving him available for the start of the regular season.

Guillain-Barré syndrome comes in varying forms, from mild cases which are quickly alleviated to more serious attacks that last for months. Frederick is optimistic about his treatment since the illness was diagnosed early, per NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport, though there is no timetable for the center's return to football action.

In the wake of Frederick's announcement, Broncos beat writer Troy Renck noted he has covered players who have made successful recoveries from Guillain-Barré syndrome.

When former Washington Redskinsquarterback Danny Wuerffel was diagnosed with the illness a decade after retirement, he experienced weakness and tingling in his legs along with headaches. Chicago Bears Super Bowl icon William "The Refrigerator" Perry has also dealt with an advanced case of the disease.

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La'el Collins' ankle may be latest injury concern on Cowboys offensive line

https://profootballtalk.nbcsports.com/2018/08/23/lael-collins-ankle-may-be-latest-injury-concern-on-cowboys-offensive-line/ via @ProFootballTalk

 

In other Cowboys news, I just read that Randy Gregory may start for them at RDE and they’re moving Tyrone Crawford to DT.

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The Eagles need to learn from the Redskins mistakes and sit Wentz until he’s fully healthy. Don’t do what we did. 

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3 minutes ago, lavar703 said:

The Eagles need to learn from the Redskins mistakes and sit Wentz until he’s fully healthy. Don’t do what we did. 

Or ... do what we did and destroy the long term health of the franchise. That works too. At least for us.

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7 minutes ago, Woz said:

Or ... do what we did and destroy the long term health of the franchise. That works too. At least for us.

The sarcasm seems thick in this post, yes?

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2 hours ago, turtle28 said:

The sarcasm seems thick in this post, yes?

Meant for them to do with Wentz what we did with Griffin and set them back a few years as well.

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2 hours ago, Woz said:

Meant for them to do with Wentz what we did with Griffin and set them back a few years as well.

Dude RG3s knee was not the reason he busted.  He was just a terrible gimmick QB that the NFL figured out.

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Not looking good for week 1!

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