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Topic - David Arkin
Phil Costa is already being touted by Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones as a possible starter, even though the second-year center plays the same position as a five-time Pro Bowler.
When center Andre Gurode reported to Dallas Cowboys training camp with a recently repaired knee, Phil Costa was bumped up to the first team.
The Dallas Cowboys are bulking up in the NFL draft.
The Dallas Cowboys bulked up in the NFL draft, and got a couple of all-purpose offensive players as well. All while owner Jerry Jones uncharacteristically stayed in place without any draft-day deals.
Stephen F. Austin quarterback Jeremy Moses helped transform a program that went 0-11 in his freshman year into a conference champion and capped his record-breaking career with an All-American season.
"That's something that put a chip on my shoulder. Coming out of high school, I didn't get an offer from the local teams," Arkin said. "It worked out for the best."
"It wasn't a team that I figured targeted me or whatever. You talk to a lot of teams, and think some are looking at you more than others," Arkin said. "I talked to (the Cowboys) at the combine. Beside that, they hadn't really had contact with me."