News: ESPN: The case for Cowboys rookie J.J. Wilcox

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    IRVING, Texas -- The Dallas Cowboys are on the verge of their first major defensive change of the 2013 season: benching veteran safety Will Allen in favor of rookie J.J. Wilcox. The move isn't official, but Wilcox, a third-round pick out of Georgia Southern, received some first-team snaps in practice Thursday, and if he does get the start Sunday against the St. Louis Rams, it comes at a perfect time. Over the next five weeks, the Cowboys face some quarterbacks, starting with Sam Bradford, who have the potential to stretch the defenses with deep passes and lead offenses capable of putting up points.

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    Cowboys need to make improvements and this is a great time to start them.
     
  3. morasp

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    Hope he does well. There are a lot of rookie safeties playing for teams already like Vaccaro, Reid, Elam, Cyprien, McDonald, Rambo, and Williams.
     
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    Trial by fire.
     

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