Two months ago, the Dallas Cowboys had one weakness that was more glaring than any other: the cornerback position. Terence Newman was getting hurdled by running backs while they converted on third down, and Mike Jenkins' shoulder injury made him look like he was trying to cover receivers while his arm was asleep. Then Dallas mitigated that weakness by releasing Newman and using free agency to grab the best cornerback available in Brandon Carr.
One of the moves that defined the early stages of the 2012 NFL draft was the Dallas Cowboys' decisive decision to acquire the sixth-overall pick from St. Louis in order to select cornerback Morris Claiborne from LSU. Claiborne, alon... Read Post
When the Dallas Cowboys traded the No. 14 and No. 45 picks in the 2012 NFL draft to the St. Louis Rams in exchange for the right to select Morris Claiborne at No. 6, cornerback Mike Jenkins became available. According to Pro Footbal... Read Post
After the witnessing the Dallas Cowboys melt down towards the end of last season, it is easy to say that the most glaring need is at cornerback. Terence Newman looked worn down and Mike Jenkins couldn't stay healthy, as Rob Ryan's d... Read Post