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Mannix

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Jerry would say, "But don't you like that stadium?" And I would say, hell no....worst home field advantage in all of the NFL. BTW, even though it was pre-season, we lost another one at home saturday...just sayin.
 

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Except they tried to make an offer during the daft
Well we dont know what they offered, probably low ball offer.
Cowboys want the bargain deals or they pass.
no one trades with them during the draft, except a few low rd deals, cause cowboys dont offer anything good.
Again I dont blame them, they are not good at it, so better to not do it.

and it could be Seattle wanted too much, and that is why no one has ET but Seattle.
Getting a good safety in FA isnt easy.
 

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Scheme and personal familiarity led the Cowboys to Jeron Johnson, who played for Kris Richard in Seattle. “He had him for four years in Seattle, was a role player for them but did a lot of good things,” coach Jason Garrett said. “We feel like he can be a down safety. We feel like he can be a deep safety. He’ll be comfortable with what we’re teaching and should be able to pick it up quickly. The biggest thing for him is to get himself in shape enough to play at this level. I know he’s worked hard at that. We’ll get a chance to do that here over the next few days.”

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Todd Archer, ESPN Staff Writer
 

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It really seems they want to give woods and heath a chance. If Richard wanted et or iioka that badly I think we’d make the call

So I can blame it on Richard? Lol, in all seriousness thats pretty logical, but Im tired of our defensive coaches never pounding the table for their guy ya know? They always seem to like our talent or are too damn insecure to stick their necks out for their guy.
 

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Scheme and personal familiarity led the Cowboys to Jeron Johnson, who played for Kris Richard in Seattle. “He had him for four years in Seattle, was a role player for them but did a lot of good things,” coach Jason Garrett said. “We feel like he can be a down safety. We feel like he can be a deep safety. He’ll be comfortable with what we’re teaching and should be able to pick it up quickly. The biggest thing for him is to get himself in shape enough to play at this level. I know he’s worked hard at that. We’ll get a chance to do that here over the next few days.”

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Todd Archer, ESPN Staff Writer

Awesome hes already 30. Hopefully we can steal him @ that Nolan Carroll money.
 

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If it's a scrub for a scrub move, have you actually "upgraded"?

I just don't understand this assumption that because we signed a guy, we're supposed to have "upgraded"?
:huh:

Or the assumption that every signing is worthless.
 

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What scrub are you taking about?

The scrub that we just signed. The guy nobody wanted for a year.

We didn't replace anybody. We needed a safety because ours are injured, it's an upgrade because we don't have a player there

I'd have to know who the player was who was released. If it was Chaz Green? We'll celebrate.
 
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