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WATCH: DL Tyrone Crawford “RE-Creating A Monster”

Oh yeah, it’s offseason hype video time. And if you weren’t excited for the return of defensive lineman Tyrone Crawford before, this video might change that.

Or…not. But hey, it’s a cool video. And Crawford is an important piece to this Dallas defense.

Tyrone Crawford missed all but four games of the 2019 season due to injury, and despite often being called out for his contract value Crawford remains one of the more underrated members of the team.

His leadership speaks for itself, but his ability to fit multiple roles across the defensive line and do them rather well is incredibly valuable. Crawford will never post the eye-popping stats which fans love to see, but he’s a consistent force on the line who can help stabilize the Cowboys run defense in 2020. This season is his last under the contract he signed back in 2015, and he’ll be needed at full force given the question marks across the Cowboys defensive line.

His most recent Twitter video was titled “RE-Creating a Monster,” and for the Cowboys sake, I hope his offseason training helps him remain healthy during the 2020 season.

What do you think?

Kevin Brady

Written by Kevin Brady

Die-hard Cowboys fan from the Northeast, so you know I am here to defend the 'boys whenever necessary. Began writing for a WordPress Cowboys Blog, and have been with ITS since 2016.


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  1. to me when we are speaking of a pro athlete as a “monster” that has the connotation of a freak of nature who dominates his peers, aka JJ Watt or Ndemakung Suh. I would not refer to Crawford as a monster, but rather as a serviceable starter who can play multiple positions and is a positive role model aka “leader.” He can help “stabilize” a D line but honestly with all the other additions the new staff has made to our D line thru FA and draft, he will be even more of a rotational player and will need to take a massive pay cut after this final season of a ridiculously inflated contract. He got paid way more than he should have now let’s see him return the favor with a team friendly extension.

    • Two schools of thought … if the media (or somebody other than the player himself) refers to a player as a monster, then your definition holds true. But as in this case, when the player is referring to himself, I think it’s evident its about one’s mindset and approach and not one’s perception of himself?

  2. Crawford is a big “intangible guy” good leader, hard worker, good locker room guy. The kind of player coaches like to have around. On the field has versatility to play both DL positions. Solid not flashy but u know what ur getting from him (if healthy). Could be a surprise cut though if some of the younger guys impress.

  3. If I am permitted to do so here, Patrik Walker has an excellent piece on about Crawford and his fit on this team. A good read with on-point insight and understanding.

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