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The former Cowboys great opines on the current receivers and Dak Prescott’s contract." />Skip to main contentclockmenumore-arrownoyesHorizontal - WhiteBlogging The BoysBlogging The Boys Cheap Connor Williams Youth Jersey , a Dallas Cowboys fan communityLog In or Sign UpLog InSign UpFanpostsFanshotsSectionsLibraryCowboysOddsShopAboutMastheadCommunity GuidelinesStubHubMoreAll 322 blogs on Horizontal - WhiteFanposts Fanshots Sections Dallas Cowboys NewsFiled under:Dallas Cowboys GeneralMichael Irvin thinks the Cowboys could have one of the top receiving corps in the leagueNew,193commentsThe former Cowboys great opines on the current receivers and Dak Prescott’s contract.CDTShareTweetShareShareMichael Irvin thinks the Cowboys could have one of the top receiving corps in the leagueKirby Lee-USA TODAY SportsFormer Cowboys great Michael Irvin has never been shy about expressing his views on the Cowboys. The Hall of Famer is an analyst for the NFL Network and visited the Cowboys out at mincamp and had a few things to say about the current receivers and Dak Prescott. Dallas will roll out the trio of Amari Cooper, Michael Gallup and Randall Cobb as starters, and that certainly is a formidable group. Cooper is among the elite in the league, Gallup is a second-year player who showed a ton of potential during his rookie season, and Cobb’s time in the league speaks for itself. On paper, it looks good. Michael Irvin is duly impressed.The other factor here is the Kellen Moore offense. How will he use each of the pieces and will his offensive scheme unlock some of the potential that might have gone wasted under Scott Linehan? The Cowboys are still a run-heavy attack compared to the rest of the NFL, so there are only so many passes in a game to go around. Wide receivers are known as the divas of the NFL, and they are known to always claim they are open to their quarterbacks and demanding more passes. Not Amari Cooper. He shocked Irvin with what he said.A transcript of what Irvin said above. Everyone talks about Cooper being a quiet, intellectual guy who doesn’t go out of his way to draw attention to himself. He just works to attain perfection.The Cowboys will never have to worry about Cooper pulling a diva act. He will want to get paid with his new contract, but he is not focused on that. Irvin talked about Cooper and Cobb, and routes and scheme. He noted the two were well-versed in route concepts and how the scheme works to get them open. Irvin, while impressed, was mildly amused as he noted that he used to just say -‘You see this route over here? Throw it.’So the Cowboys have a great set of receivers, but someone has to get them the ball. That someone is Dak Prescott. If you ask Irvin about paying Prescott his money, he is unequivocal So sayeth The Playmaker. Pre-free agency seven round Dallas Cowboys mock draft."The Cowboys are in a rough spot at defensive end before the start of free agency. With Randy Gregory looking at starting the season off on the suspended list, DeMarcus Lawrence and the team far apart in long-term deal negotiations, and the lack of development from Taco Charlton heading into year three, defensive end is a position that needs to be addressed in some form this offseason. Even if Tank Lawrence does eventually sign a long-term deal with the Cowboys, adding a talented pass rusher to a team that needs help pressuring the quarterback is a excellent idea. That’s where Jaylon Ferguson out of Louisiana Tech makes a ton of sense.Jaylon Ferguson is a long, powerful pass rusher entering the NFL draft as one of the most productive NCAA EDGE rushers to ever play the game. Ferguson raked up 45 sacks, 67.5 tackles for loss, and 187 total tackles in his 50 career games at Louisiana Tech. Ferguson possesses a long frame that allows him to convert his speed-to-power with ease when rushing the passer of the edge. Ferguson also has tremendous technique in his arms/hands and showcases an awesome long-arm, swim, and cross-chop move to get to the quarterback off the edge. While being a very productive pass rusher in college, playing the run was also something Ferguson worked at. Ferguson uses his length, power Dallas Cowboys Xavier Woods Jersey , and explosiveness to win at the point off attack when rushing the QB and playing the run. Due to his size, Ferguson could likely rush from the 3-technique in certain packages, which is something the Cowboys defensive coaching staff loves from their defensive lineman. Round 3, 90th OverallMecole Hardman - Georgia - Wide Receiver - 5’10” 183-lbsOther options still on the board: Riley Ridley, Dax Raymond, Darrell Henderson, Daylon MackPhoto by Mike Ehrmann/Getty ImagesWith the Cowboys likely to lose wide receiver Cole Beasley, the team will be looking to add a slot receiver to the mix via the draft. With Amari Cooper, Michael Gallup, Allen Hurns, Noah Brown, and Lance Lenoir all expected to be competing for a roster spot adding a talent that has a few special traits would be great for both the Cowboys and Mecole Hardman. Hardman is a primary slot that possesses ridiculous top end speed. At the combine, he ran the second fastest 40 time out of all the wide receivers at 4.33 seconds. Hardman is a speedy slot that wins using his quick burst, tracking abilities, and ability to win vertically out of the slot. He averaged 16.0 yards per reception during his time at Georgia. Adding an athlete like Hardman to this receiving corps would give them a dynamic speed threat out of the slot that can also line up outside to take the top off a defense a few snaps a game. Hardman is dynamic with the football in his hands, and can replace Tavon Austin as the teams return man and jet-sweep specialist. Round 4, 128th OverallKhalen Saunders - Western Illinois - Defensive Tackle - 6’0” 324-lbsOther options still on the board: Gerald Willis, Daniel Wise, Joe JacksonMike Granse-USA TODAY SportsIf Khalen Saunders is still available at 128th overall, the Cowboys need to SPRINT to the podium to turn in his card. While coming from a small school, Khalen Saunders is not a small name. Saunders has had a tremendous offseason improving his draft stock both at the Senior Bowl and at the combine in Indianapolis. Saunders weighed in at 6’0”, 328-lbs at the combine, and tested extremely well for a man of that size. Saunders ran a 5.01 40-yard dash, put up 27 reps on the bench, 101” broad jump, and ran a 4.62 20-yard shuttle. On tape, Saunders showcases impressive explosiveness Womens Xavier Woods 2019 Jersey , athletic ability, and pass rush ability for a man of his size. Saunders plays with impressive power in his lower half, and is able to disrupt the pocket consistently with his power and speed. He showcased a nice club-swim and long arm, and plays with tremendous leverage from the interior of the defensive line. He has the size, strength, and athleticism to play both the 1 and the 3 in Dallas’ 4-3 scheme, and provide versatility, pass rush ability, and impressive athletic ability for his size.Round 4, 136th OverallRodney Anderson - Oklahoma - Running Back - 6’0” 224-lbsOther options still on the board: Trayveon Williams, Drew Sample, Evan WorthingtonKirby Lee-USA TODAY SportsWith Rod Smith set to hit free agency, the Cowboys will be in the market for a complement back to starting running back Ezekiel Elliott. Though there have been rumors that the Cowboys may be interested in trading for Cleveland Browns RB Duke Johnson, drafting a guy like Rodney Anderson would bolster the Cowboys’ talent at running back greatly. If not for a knee injury that ended Rodney Anderson’s season far too early, Anderson may be looked at as one of the better running backs in this years draft class. Unfortunately for Anderson, he has dealt with several injuries over his college career and has yet to find any consistency due to those injuries. Anderson is a bigger back at 6’0”, 224-lbs, something the Cowboys value on their backup running backs. Along with his size, Anderson possesses burst, contact balance, and receiving ability out of the backfield, though the opportunities were few and far between due to his lack of playing time at Oklahoma. Injuries are never a good thing, but getting a back with only 200 carries in college could give the Cowboys a fresh back with plenty of tread left on the tires once 100% back from a season-ending ACL tear he suffered in 2018. Along with the 2018 ACL tear, Anderson has also suffered a season-ending fractured vertebrae in neck in 2016, and a season-ending broken leg 2015. So the durability concerns are definitely a red flag, but that’s the only reason he’ll be available this late in the NFL draft.Round 5, 165th OverallSheldrick Redwine - Miami - Defensive Back - 6’1” 195-lbs Other options still on the board: Lukas Denis Cheap Xavier Woods Youth Jersey , Foster Moreau, Michael DogbeVincent Carchietta-USA TODAY SportsIf there’s one thing the Cowboys love in their defensive backs, it’s guys with size and guys with position versatility. Miami’s Sheldrick Redwine has them both. Redwine, who weighed in at 6’0” 196-lbs ran a 4.44 40-yard dash at the NFL combine last weekend in Indianapolis. Redwine, while not an elite athlete, shows enough athletic ability to play all over the secondary for the Hurricanes. Redwine was recruited as a cornerback coming of high school, but transitioned to safety in his junior year at Miami. He is a guy that plays with impressive range, is physical in the run game, and is one of the better tackling safeties in this draft class. He plays with quality instincts from the free safety position, while also showing good physicality and coverage ability as a strong safety. Once moved to safety, Redwine was able to create turnovers in his final two seasons, which is something the Cowboys defense desperately needs out of their secondary.Round 7, 241st OverallJamal Davis II - Akron - EDGE - 6’3” 245-lbsOther options still on the board: Savion Smith, Cece Jefferson, Mitch HyattSteve Mitchell-USA TODAY SportsWhen we get this late in the draft, we’re drafting guys off of traits, and Jamal Davis II has plenty of intriguing ones. While being a bit undersized at 245-lbs, Davis does not get overpowered often playing with his hand in the ground at Akron. A former Pittsburgh transfer, Davis showcased an extremely impressive first step and bend at Akron to get after the quarterback in his junior and senior year. He had a solid showing at the combine running a 4.60 40-yard dash, jumping 39.0” in the vertical jump, and 122.0” in the broad jump. What stood out the most from Davis’ combine was his 7.00 second three-cone drill, which ranked third best out of all the EDGE rushers at the combine. While Davis isn’t one of the bigger names in this draft class, he’s a guy with intriguing traits at the EDGE position. Once free agency comes and goes, we’ll have a better idea of what positions the Cowboys will need to target in the 2019 NFL draft, but for now this is a good read on some of the names, and positions the Cowboys need to address before the start of the 2019 NFL season.



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