Jerry Jones used the phrase Romo friendly a few years ago to describe the team’s offseason plans as they tried to build around quarterback Tony Romo and his strengths. Now, the Cowboys owner has revised the phrase to fit their current quarterback, Dak Prescott.
It’s an offense that lets him be unpredictable, Jones said, via Todd Archer of ESPN. It gives him the best way to be hard for the defense in the sense of game planning for him. I’d certainly love for him to be able to hurt them from the pocket.
If you look at the track record of big-time quarterbacks in this league, the best ers in the history of the league, not many of them and had the success that he’s had in the first couple of years of their career, first rattle out of the box as a rookie, Cowboys coach Jason Garrett said. So he’s done a lot of really good things, but he can improve in every aspect of his game.
Please don’t, Jerry Kramer remembers telling her, via the team website. I don’t think that’s something I want to see. I’m not sure I want my daughter prospecting for me for all that. She said, ‘Well, I’m going to do it.’ She’s like her mother. ‘I’m going to do it.’Kenny Stills is doing a lot more than kneeling this offseason
While Dolphins owner Stephen Ross inserted himself back into and then tried to extricate himself from the national anthem debate this week, one of his ers who kneel is taking his advocacy far beyond the sideline.
Dolphins wide receiver Kenny Stills was one of three Dolphins to take a knee during the anthem last year, and the only one likely to be back with the team next year. But rather than just trying to garner attention, Stills was committed to doing more this offseason.
As noted by Greg Cote of the Miami Herald, Stills documented his 10-city trip through the South, where he participated in a number of events designed to bring awareness and help causes near to him.
Among others, he spoke at a prison reform rally, spoke at a women’s march, and spoke to students at a leadership conference. He also toured the National Civil Rights Museum, walked the Edmund Pettus Bridge, and spoke at a Know Your Rights event with Colin Kaepernick.