Tag Archive: Football

Jun 17

The Landry Hat: It’s Time For The Dallas Cowboys To Pay Dez Bryant

Blog word.

Last year, during the first mandatory mini-camp, wide receiver Dez Bryant was pretty clear about his desire to get a long-term deal done as he was set to enter the 2014 season, working on the last year of his rookie contract. At the time, Bryant was clear that he felt he deserved it but he …

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May 22

The Patriots Owner Won’t Appeal The Team’s Deflategate Penalty


Robert Kraft, owner of the New England Patriots, told the press on Tuesday that he will pay the $1 million fine and accept the loss of draft choices which the NFL imposed on the team for their role in “Deflategate.” He won’t escalate the team’s current confrontation with the NFL by appealing the punishment. Kraft …

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May 18

TROY: Detractors of Frankie Edgar, Why?


Some dumbfuck from Bloody Elbow*dubbed Frankie Edgar a “point fighter extraordinaire”. Everybody has a right to an opinion, but some of that site’s writers must be terribly bored. On Saturday morning (here in the states), over in the Philippines, Edgar defeated Urijah Faber by unanimous decision, and it’s pretty damn clear he’ll take the winner …

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May 17

BTB: Which Cowboys Pass Rusher Will Get The Most Sacks This Year?


The Cowboys have Randy Gregory, Greg Hardy, and DeMarcus Lawrence that all figure to be in the mix for double-digit sacks. But which one among those three has the best chance to get the most sacks? Greg Hardy is without a doubt the most accomplished pass rusher on the Dallas Cowboys roster. The main variable …

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May 14

Who was this Reg?


Who was this Reg? Why do I still mourn? Why are my emotions all over the place? Reg was a guy that I never met in person Yet he touch my heart in a special way Reg was a sport fanatic at its truest level No one loved his teams more than Reg did Yet …

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May 11

2015 Rookies Who Will Make A Difference


362 days a year, NFL teams quietly count their draft selections and pray that their players become valuable assets. For the remaining three days in the year, NFL teams shirk their quietly held principles and get ruthless, in order to secure the best players. The draft occurs over a period of seven rounds, and a …

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May 09

The Landry Hat: Will The Cowboys Trade Out Of 2016 NFL Draft’s First Round?


It has been an awfully busy news week at Valley Ranch, headquarters of the Dallas Cowboys franchise. Rookies are reporting to camp, troubled pass rusher, Greg Hardy, was spotted putting in some conditioning work, and through pulling out all the stops, owner/general manager, Jerry Jones, inked a potential top 10 pick, offensive tackle La’el Collins, …

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May 04

The Sports Bank.net: After Melvin Gordon, San Diego Chargers draft was meh


Everyone seems to love the San Diego Chargers selection of Wisconsin Badgers Running Back Melvin Gordon, especially the team itself. Obviously. Management traded up to go get the electric, record-setting back, showing you just how high they were on him. However, the rest of their draft was lackluster. Denzel Perryman had a first round grade, …

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Apr 30

Chiefs add cornerback Marcus Peters at No. 18


The Kansas City Chiefs have added perhaps the most talented defensive back in this year’s draft. At No. 18 overall, the Chiefs drafted Marcus Peters, a cornerback from Washington. There’s no doubt that Peters has the ability to play in the NFL, but there are doubts about whether he has the makeup to coexist with …

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Apr 27

The Landry Hat: Dallas Cowboys Third Round Pick: Three Options


With the 2015 NFL Draft*now only days away, it’s time to take a look at what the Dallas Cowboys can do with their third round pick. I’ve already covered what I think they should do in the first round, second round, and somewhat the later rounds (fourth through seventh). The Cowboys made some big strides …

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