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Checking the standings is a foolproof way to see how teams are doing. Cowboys coach Wade Phillips uses another test to gauge how good they really are.
Dallas Cowboys receiver Dez Bryant knew there'd be payback for his refusal to carry shoulder pads in training camp, like rookies are supposed to do. The check came due this week at the traditional rookie-picks-up-the-tab dinner.
David Carr was sacked an NFL record 76 times in 2002, the Houston Texans inaugural season. Three years later, he went down behind the line 68 times, third-most in league history.
Dallas Cowboys receiver Dez Bryant knew there'd be payback for having refused to do the rookie rite of carrying teammates' shoulder pads during training camp. The check came due this week at the traditional rookie-picks-up-the-tab dinner.
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Terence Newman is the self-proclaimed "old man of the group" in the Dallas Cowboys' secondary.