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I like it. It seems to be a visible effort to improve the return game.
The Dallas Cowboys are already underway in the plan to improve at key positions this offseason.
On Tuesday, the team reportedly worked out CFL star wide receiver and kick return ace Quincy McDuffie, in the hopes he can impress them enough to land a potential futures contract.
The 26-year-old McDuffie was a standout at the University of Central Florida but went undrafted in 2013.
He was signed out of the UDFA pool by the Denver Broncos, but was waived with injury designation and eventually released altogether. He'd then head north of the border and sign on with the Hamilton Tiger-Cats the following season before ending up with the Winnipeg Blue Bombers in 2016.
Interesting you say that as we certainly are not.My thinking as well. Tyree Hill 2.0 please lol
I just really wanna come out of this off-season feeling like the Cowboys (on offense) are fast.
How about faster lolInteresting you say that as we certainly are not.
Elliott is one thing.
But Bryant, Williams, Witten and Beasley?
Not exactly scary speed going on here.
Makes it easy on a defense.