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Topic - Orlando Scandrick
The Dallas Cowboys are close to getting under the salary cap after restructuring the contracts of quarterback Tony Romo, linebacker Sean Lee and cornerback Orlando Scandrick.
Cowboys receiver Miles Austin, cornerback Orlando Scandrick and linebacker Bruce Carter left Thursday's game against Washington due to injuries.
Cowboys receiver Miles Austin and cornerback Orlando Scandrick left Thursday's game against Washington due to injuries.
A review of the best and worst performances by the Washington Redskins' offense and some observations after re-watching the TV broadcast of their 27-24 overtime loss to the Dallas Cowboys.
The Dallas Cowboys returned from their bye looking like a new team.
Before this month, the Dallas Cowboys had allowed only two receivers to gain 200 yards in a game in their 50-season history. That total has doubled in two games.
Peyton Manning had two interceptions returned for touchdowns Sunday and his fourth of the day set up David Buehler for a 38-yard field goal that gave Dallas a 38-35 victory in overtime.
The impressive progression of Dallas Cowboys cornerback Mike Jenkins can be summed up in a single sentence from his coach.
Cowboys rookie receiver Dez Bryant could miss the rest of training camp after the first-round draft pick suffered a high right ankle sprain near the end of practice Friday. The team said he will be out four to six weeks.
"I feel like I'm in condition," Scandrick said. "As far as where I do think I might be off a little bit right now is play recognition, but by Sunday, with watching film throughout the week, I'll be ready to go."
"You're behind the eight-ball when you give up a 90- and a 60-yarder," Scandrick said. "Stop giving up big plays."