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Topic - Dwayne Harris
Darrel Young stood in a corner of the locker room underneath AT&T Stadium that reeked of sweat, stale air and defeat. Every few seconds, he slapped the side of his navy suit for emphasis because the words, really, didn't seem adequate to describe the Redskins not-so-special teams.
Two of the Redskins' top special teams players are done for the season. Reserve linebacker Bryan Kehl sustained a torn ACL in his left knee in the second quarter, and longtime long snapper Nick Sundberg tore the meniscus in his right knee.
Tony Romo threw two touchdown passes that kept Dallas even through three quarters. Then the Cowboys let their defense and special teams run wild in the end zone to win big and pump some life back into the NFC East race.
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.
"I talked to (the Cowboys) when I was in Indianapolis for the combine," Harris said. "They said that they were very high on me as a special teams player and as a third down receiver and a third down receiver in the slot."
Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Dwayne Harris (17) yells during the second half of an NFL football game against the Philadelphia Eagles Sunday, Dec. 29, 2013, in Arlington, Texas.