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Patrick Crayton is itching to return

June, 7, 2010
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Just exchanged text messages with Cowboys wide receiver Patrick Crayton. I asked him about his thoughts on returning to organized team activities on Tuesday.

"I'm just ready to get back out there with my teammates and play some football," Crayton said. "I've been itching for it."

Crayton has missed nearly two weeks of the OTAs because of his concern about his status with the team. Crayton wants out, by trade or release. The team won't do it right now and might not do it until the late stages of training camp, if Crayton can't beat out Kevin Ogletree.

I think Crayton will be around because he's one of Tony Romo's more trusted receivers.

But the Cowboys should at least explore the options to see if there is a good offer for Crayton that would make him happy.

Owners meetings start today

May, 24, 2010
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For the next two days, the NFL owners will meet here and discuss a variety of topics.

The agenda for the owners include a vote to award Super Bowl XLVIII. Expect New York/New Jersey to get the game. Cowboys should vote to bring the game to the East Coast. Tampa Bay and South Florida are the other candidates.

The final announcement will come on Tuesday.

There will be several committee meetings on Monday afternoon before the league meeting begins on Tuesday.

Commissioner Roger Goodell will speak to the media on Tuesday afternoon and will talk about Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger, the collective bargaining agreement, the new overtime rules for the postseason, player safety and performance enhancing drugs.

If Cowboys win, they play Jan. 17

January, 4, 2010
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IRVING -- The NFL announced its divisional playoff schedule on Monday.

If the Cowboys win Saturday night's game vs. the Eagles, they would visit the Vikings on Sunday, Jan. 17. It would be a noon central kickoff from the Metrodome.


Pregame report from Ed Werder

November, 22, 2009
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Pregame video report from Ed Werder.

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