Discussion in 'News Zone' started by dmq, Jun 27, 2005.
My company's network deems this material to be a distracton to a productive work day and has therefor blocked me from hearing such dribble.
So please post a recap.
Did they just confirm that Dallas may be looking at WR Roscoe Crosby in the supplemental draft?
It was mentioned here on the board previously but I had never heard anyone state it elsewhere.
He's a baseball player so I'm sure he's a potential candidate.
Matt Mosley was on, he was kind of suggesting that. I think he was more or less speculating. He was mentioning how the Cowboys are one injury away from being in trouble at receiver.
So how would a guy who has hardly played in college help if someone got hurt? WR typically takes a couple of years to "get". I doubt this guy would be anything more than a project for a year or two.
Junk...I agree with you wholeheartedly.
This is not a guy that is going to step in immediately. I would rather take our chances with Crayton, Copper, Morgan and some of the other guys that we have on the roster. If we are going to improve WR, we need to do it in the early part of a draft.
I was listening for the whole hour and never heard the interview. I think maybe the interview might have been on the radio, but cut off because of commercials online. They were supposed to be interviewing Tony Romo in the 11:00 hr also and never heard it. Did anyone catch either one and can you report?
Which team isn't an injury away from being in trouble at ANY position?
The Colts are one injury away from being in serious trouble at QB.
and every postion on their D
I can see us spending a 2006 second day choice on Crosby.
He played baseball and has been away from football for a while.
He and Henson could instantly bond.
The Eagles.......just Phoenix Talon
nice font my friend
Was he ever on and did anybody hear it?
I listened twice and never heard either interview. Have no idea what happened.
Doesn't that SUCK!!!! My company did the same exact thing 3 weeks ago.
ya... mine did it about 6 months ago... thankfully, I can still get to places like this... no sports sites like ESPN, NFL, or MLB... no "streaming" sites... they cracked down hard on a lot of stuff...
It pretty much sucks...
It wouldn't surprise me if the front office brass does have some interest in Crosby. But I didn't view him as anything more than a practice squad player this year. No way he could be considered as an answer to a injury to one of our starters.