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By Andrew P. Napolitano
Obama's veil of secrecy is pierced
Topic - Bradie James
Within a few days of working for Rob Ryan, the defensive players on the Dallas Cowboys were thrilled with their new boss.
Dallas Cowboys running back Marion Barber has been ruled out of Sunday's game at Indianapolis with a calf injury, and linebacker Keith Brooking is questionable with a foot problem.
How 'bout them Cowboys?
Bradie James and Keith Brooking got used to the routine of having different players beside them on the field until the inside linebackers came together in the middle of the Dallas Cowboys' 3-4 defense.
"I'm not a GM, but if I was, he'd still be here," Cowboys linebacker Bradie James said.
"When you're doing well and you don't give up 100 yards, then you do, you have to pay attention to that," linebacker Bradie James said. "We have to definitely concentrate on that and try to fix it."