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    The history of KaVontae Turpin

    For a player that no one knew even existed a couple of months ago, Wide Receiver KaVontae Turpin has come a long way....

    Why the Cowboys Should Sign WR Chester Rogers

    In April, ITS Writer Jess Haynie wrote a piece about the Cowboys likely needing a new punt returner in 2022, and at first, I...

    What Roster Spots do the Cowboys Still Need to Fill?

    With the first wave of free agency over, the conservative Dallas Cowboys may now get a little more active with players still on...

    Rookie CeeDee Lamb: The Punt Returner?

    The Cowboys strengthened a strength with their first round pick back in April, selecting Oklahoma wide receiver CeeDee Lamb 17th overall. Lamb is...

    Should Cowboys Claim WR Pharoh Cooper Off Waivers?

    In a somewhat surprising move the Los Angeles Rams have decided to part ways with Pharoh Cooper, who not only made the Pro...

    Could Dez Bryant Return To Cowboys’ Special Teams Unit?

    For a few years now, there's been an argument for Dez Bryant being the most dangerous offensive playmaker on the Dallas Cowboys. When he...

    Cowboys Draft: Scouting 4th Round WR Ryan Switzer

    When the Cowboys drafted North Carolina WR Ryan Switzer in the fourth round of the 2017 Draft, Offensive Coordinator Scott Linehan was joined...
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    Cowboys WR Ryan Switzer Grades Himself the Draft’s Top Returner

    With the 133rd pick in the 2017 NFL Draft, the Dallas Cowboys drafted Cole Beasley Ryan Switzer out of North Carolina. Switzer was a...

    Cowboys Sophomores: WR Lucky Whitehead

    When you look at the projected starters for the 2016 Dallas Cowboys on offense, it is difficult to look past QB Tony Romo, WR Dez Bryant, and now rookie RB Ezekiel Elliott. For Offensive Coordinator Scott Linehan, these are the three players that will most closely determine the success of the Dallas offense. However, a healthy passing duo of Romo and Bryant combined with the rushing attack Elliott will provide certainly opens up opportunities for other players to thrive against unsuspecting defenses. Perhaps no player on the roster fits this role better than Lucky Whitehead at the moment. Signed as an undrafted free agent entering 2015, Whitehead found his role by contributing mostly as a kickoff return specialist early in the year.

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