Discussion in 'Fan Zone' started by Hawkeye0202, Jul 12, 2019 at 11:24 AM.
Good luck with that.......LOL
Sure, now he wants to play. Running out of money perhaps. He had a chance to get a nice contract from us. Bye Felicia.
You don't realize what you had until it is gone. Irving will be the same way. For McClain I think that ship has sailed
Speaking strictly from a roster perspective...LB depth doesn't really matter right now, because he won't be football ready until next year.
I can see a world where he fits in as a backup/2-down LB like Lee is right now.
I guess he's running out of cash.
Heck with him. He's nothing more than another loser who thought drugs were more important than a very high paying career.
Check with Taco Bell, dude. I bet they're hiring.
Ran through that 25 mil.
Out of weed money evidently!!
IDK man, Ro prove to be completely unreliable
He was so damn good in 2014 for us
Why he threw that away on purpose is beyond comprehension
Which is why I explicitly said "strictly from a roster perspective"
He was so good. Too bad he was a few marbles short. Next stop......who knows. I was going to say jail but didn't want to be so harsh about someones life.
Ran out of Purple Drank and needs the funds to replenish
Former Cowboys, Raiders LB Rolando McClain Wants to Make NFL Comeback
TIM DANIELSJULY 12, 2019
Former Oakland Raiders and Dallas Cowboys linebacker Rolando McClain says he wants to make an NFL comeback and is hoping to sign a contract before training camp gets underway this month.
McClain told Matt Zenitz of AL.com he's fully recovered from a hip injury that required surgery in 2016 and is confident he can make an instant impact if signed.
"Every time I got in my linebacker position, it was bone-on-bone grind," he said. "Not only do I feel good, I'm recovered and I'm rested. I feel better now because I know I'll be playing with two legs."
McClain last played in the NFL for the Cowboys during the 2015 season. He signed a one-year contract extension to remain with Dallas for 2016. However, he was suspended for the first 10 games of the season and then suspended indefinitely for violating the league's policy on substances of abuse.
The 29-year-old University of Alabama product told Zenitz he's been in contact with the NFL Players Association about reinstatement and wants a chance to write a new ending to his football career.
"I'm nowhere near satisfied with how my professional career has gone," McClain said. "That's for myself. That's me looking in the mirror and talking to my boys. Nah, that's not the taste I want to leave in my mouth."
Someone beat you to it....
Oops! So sorry. Mods, please delete.
Made it.... Wheeeew
Crazy he is only 29.
Man he was pretty good for us when he played.