Egos affected RB rotation as recently as '07
The Dallas Cowboys split time among their running backs without concern about ruffling feathers or massaging egos.
That hasn't always been the case recently around Valley Ranch. Julius Jones' visit Sunday as a member of the Seattle Seahawks serves as a reminder of that.
It was apparent early in the 2007 season that Marion Barber had become a more effective back than Jones. Barber's workload steadily increased throughout the season. But Jones started all 16 games during the regular ...
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