Flozell Adams and Ken Hamlin Released

In a pretty shocking move, the Dallas Cowboys released starting Safety Ken Hamlin and Left Tackle Flozell Adams.  This move isn’t the shock as we’ve all expected it to take place, the shock lies in the timing.  I foresaw the move taking place but I expected the draft to go by first.  It looks like the Cowboys know exactly what they want and they’re ready to keep this young talented team, exactly that, a YOUNG talented team.

There are drawbacks though, you will not find immediate success in the successors of the position.  Doug Free who is projected to start in Flo’s place will undoubtedly let Tony Romo get slammed quite a bit, while Mike Hamlin or whoever mixes in, will let big plays happen.

In foresight I see this being a beneficial move for the future.  However, if your expecting results this season, you’re going to be disappointed.  I am waiting comments from Jerry, Wade, and the coaching staff, as well as other players and updated news.  As we figure stuff out, we’ll let you know!

What do you think?


Written by Bo Martin

Former Sports Writer. Veteran. Serving veterans is my passion. Johns Hopkins Student. Enjoy Discussing Politics and sports!


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