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By John R. Bolton
The president fiddles at his domestic altar while the world burns
Independent voices from the The Washington Times Communities
Topic - Patrick Crayton
The Oakland Raiders used a third-round choice Monday in the NFL's supplemental draft to select former Ohio State quarterback Terrelle Pryor.
The moment Patrick Crayton was asked about Dallas, a big smile appeared on his face.
San Diego Chargers wide receiver Patrick Crayton had surgery on his left wrist on Wednesday, two days after he was hurt in a victory against the Denver Broncos.
The Dallas Cowboys kept four undrafted rookies on their initial 53-man roster Saturday. Maybe having so many bargain-bin finds made it easier for Jerry Jones to swallow the nearly $1.8 million salary of reserve receiver Sam Hurd.
Patrick Crayton wanted out the minute the Dallas Cowboys drafted Dez Bryant. He finally got his wish Friday, and it might've been worth the wait.
The Dallas Cowboys have traded receiver Patrick Crayton to San Diego and offensive lineman Pat McQuiston to Miami for future considerations.
The Dallas Cowboys' offensive players walked off the field when practice ended Monday, a clear indication they received the message coaches sent the day before.
The impressive progression of Dallas Cowboys cornerback Mike Jenkins can be summed up in a single sentence from his coach.
With rookie receiver Dez Bryant out until perhaps the regular season, the Dallas Cowboys will certainly need that $2 million insurance policy named Patrick Crayton.
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.
"Everything is a mental thing right now," Crayton said.
"We needed a little wake-up call, get your tails in gear and let's go," Crayton said. "We can't have another day like we did yesterday. And we didn't."