Not all questions are answered for Da...

Not all questions are answered for Dallas Cowboys

There are 1 comment on the Quick story from Jul 19, 2008, titled Not all questions are answered for Dallas Cowboys. In it, Quick reports that:

The Dallas Cowboys will arrive in California a week from today for training camp in Oxnard, Calif., without many questions.

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cowboyfansince75

Stafford, TX

#1 Jul 22, 2008
All good questions, but I would bet that at least 30 other teams would happily trade circumstances with the Cowboys. The bottom line is this: a team that won 13 regular season games last season upgraded at LB, CB, KR, PR, and RB. Wow...

They did lose two key productive special teams players in Keith Davis and Nate Jones, but that is the nature of modern day NFL economics. As the author hinted, guys like Courtney Brown, Deon Anderson, Orlando Scandrick, etc. have the potential to add to the likes of Sam Hurd and Miles Austin on those kick coverage units.

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