2010 Dallas Cowboys

whiteathlete33

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It looks like afflete Dez Bryant bought some "bling bling" and decided not to pay for it. Wait, I thought white people were the ones with an "inferiority complex." Any grown man who needs to wear this much jewelry has some serious issues.

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Profootballtalk.com reports that Dez Bryant is being sued by a Dallas jeweler for $246,000.
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Rafaello &amp; Co claims that they provided Bryant with
$267,000 in jewelry, and he only paid $21,000. The bulk of the
purchases were reportedly made before and after last April's draft. On
February 18, 2010, Bryant dropped $144,000, including $60,000 for a
"custom charm." Bryant's five-year rookie contract signed in July, 2010
contained a $1.95 million signing bonus.
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all the while Troy Bergeron is continously proving his worth:

from rw:

Cowboys WR Troy Bergeron hauled in a whopping six touchdown receptions in the Cleveland Gladiators' Arena League victory over Chicago Saturday night.
Bergeron is moonlighting in the Arena League because his reserve/future contract is up in the air without a CBA. The former Middle Tennessee State star has racked up an incredible 13 TDs in three games, standing second in the AFL with 78 points. He could work his way into the fifth-receiver mix in Dallas if he stays on.
 

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Another black idiot speaks. Even though both QBs are White, this smacks of racist motivationsto me, more evidence that many of Romo's black "teammates" don't like him and won't forgive him because he is too close to Jason Witten and looks his way too much, which has resulted in Witten being the most prolific White TE ever in recent seasons.

Cowboys backup TE Martellus Bennett believes Tony Romo should have to beat out Jon Kitna for the starting job this year. "Marty B" is never afraid to think outside the box, but Cowboys fans should count themselves lucky that he doesn't have a say in the offense. Romo is fifth among active starters in completion percentage (64.1), first in passing TD percentage (5.7), first in yards per attempt (8.00), and third in passer rating (95.5). Kitna is a fine backup, but he's a game manager with an inability to make plays down the field. There's no QB controversy here. Romo is locked in as the starter, and Kitna knows it.
 

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Foobar, after the war there wasa jewish american led campaign to make Germans ashamed of themselves. It was called "denazification". This process of making Germans ashamed to be German, by Jews,has continued to this day. WhenGermans grow up being taught self-hatred, it leads to Germans trying to prove they are not like their ancestors.

The jews of today, whose ancestors in the Soviet Union mass murdered 60+ million people, aren't made to feel any guilt for what their ancestors did. There was an Israeli journalist, Sever Plocker, who wrote an article in ynet admitting the jewish role in mass murder in the Soviet Union. He wrote, "Turns out that Jews too, when they become captivated by messanic ideology, can become great murderers, among the greatest known by modern history."

In regards to Boris Becker, genetics have the last laugh. Go search for pictures of Boris Becker's newest son, Amadeus Becker, he had with his part black dutch wife Lilly. Little Amadeus Becker haslight blond hair hair and fair skin. A beautiful German child.
 

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Of course, German men don't have to be attracted to German women, especially if they are an "international sporting star" (and the clout that comes with that).. but why are they shunning all the BEAUTIFUL Eastern Euro women nearby? That is rather unconscionable.

That is outrageous!
 

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I've lost a lot of respect for Brooking after this. From Weenieworld:

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Cowboys LB Keith Brooking believes teammate Dez Bryant is a "great kid" with a "good head on his shoulders."
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"That whole jewelry thing, jeez. I don't know how much of
that's true, but the scrutiny of that kid and the attention that gets,
that's ... just ridiculous to me," said Brooking. "I think the sky's the
limit for him." It's hard to take exception with Brooking's viewpoint.
The majority of the hand-wringing on Bryant's offseason troubles has
been severely overblown.
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Former Dallas linebacker Godfrey Miles died of a massive heart attack today. He was only 42. The Yahoo article in the last sentence in typical caste speak said Miles had been arrested in a 2.5 million $ mortgage scam. Wow another former Cowboy with a Felony charge agianst him. Its amazing how the MSM seems to gloss these things over all the time.
 

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Only in the NFL (and NBA) would something like this be worthy of a headline -- an athlete being paid millions of dollars actually doing what he's supposed to do.Bravo! And even then it's probably more wishful thinking than fact.

DAL - Teammate says WR Dez Bryant working on getting better



Source: NFL.com - Steve Wyche


Dallas Cowboys LB DeMarcus Ware said that WR Dez Bryant has been working on improving his play during player-organized workouts and that he expects Bryant to have a very good year this season. 'All the things he's done off the field or whatever, he's out there trying to do better,' Ware said. 'He's at the OTA sessions getting balls from Romo, getting closer with Romo, figuring each other out. He was running routes a month ago, and it was not a problem like the injury didn't hurt him. I think he's going to be a great asset next season.'
 

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Cowboys to cut Marion Barber, Roy Williams, Leonard Davis and Marc Colombo

...and sign DE Alex Albright

IRVING, Texas — Marion Barber's time wіth thе Dallas Cowboys hаѕ finally rυn

Two more Boston College graduates hаνе bееn signed bу NFL teams, аѕ defensive еnԁ Alex Albright hаѕ come tο terms οn a contract. Albright played wіth thе Eagles.


Wе take a look аt thе 10 players οn thе Cowboys roster last year thаt аrе eligible fοr free agency. Hοw vital аrе thеу tο thе team? Hοw ƖіkеƖу tο return?


Later іn thе day thе Dallas Cowboys followed suit, аѕ іt wаѕ reported thеу intend tο dump salary bу cutting running back Marion Barber, wide receiver Roy Williams, offensive linemen Leonard Davis аnԁ Marc Colombo аnԁ рƖасе kicker Kris Brown.

http://bceagles.cstv.com/sports/m-footbl/mtt/albright_alex00.html
 

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The Cowboys signed Tysson Poots, WR from Southern Utah. Although it sounds like they're just paying him for a few days work as a fill-in.

The Cowboys signed wide receiver Tysson Poots, who caught 253 passes in three years at Southern Utah, with Teddy Williams (hamstring) unable to practice. They are expected to sign a receiver and release one today.

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That report is actually a couple of days old. I can't find any updates on whether or not they have already cut him.

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Well, if I had delayed a while before posting, I could have found updated information. Although I blame the internet. Google had nothing. I actually found this report by searching Twitter.

Tysson is still with the Cowboys and it sounds like he's making a very good impression. This is a fantastic article all about his work in camp. It was posted today, so unless they cut him in the last hour, I'm assuming he's going to stick around for a while.
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From what we keep hearing from Coach Garrett about the "right kind of guy" and players that "approach things the right way," it doesn't seem shocking that Tysson found his way to the Cowboys training camp. Summa Cum Laude graduate, a masters in his sights after football, a player that is either a perfect fit (or a very good student) for Jason Garrett and the team culture he's instilling.
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In a grand design, if you have a player battling for a roster spot and you have seen what he can do in college, then the first thing to test at training camp is whether the player can do the things you haven't seen. While Tysson ran a lot of shorter routes in college, he is currently getting used to the conditioning and technique required for all the 20+ yard deep routes that he has been running at camp, catching throws most college quarterbacks can't make. The strong parts of his game getting recognized at practices are likely his natural pass-catching ability (good hands) and physical play for jump balls (35" vertical to match).
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He is smart, team-oriented, and hard working. I am not an NFL scout, and while his potential is still a little raw, Tysson seems to have the instincts and hands to play receiver, can make the physical grabs, and has a great approach to practice and the game. While a bit slow out of his breaks, he should have no problems improving his technique and becoming a better player under the tutelage of NFL coaches. If he doesn't make the Cowboys squad, keep an eye out for him; he seems like the right kind of guy for any NFL team, and I wish him the best as he fights to achieve "What everyone dreams about."

There is some anti-white code speak in the article, and of course the commenters are on the verge of committing suicide over the idea of a white receiver running deep routes (they're very enthusiastic about him on special teams, though). But the overall tone is very positive.
 
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UDFA LB Alex Albright has apparently been a beast in camp making big plays everyday.Hopefully he remains injury free and makes the roster.
 
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