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Injuries Are The Star Of Training Camp Today

Injuries Are The Star Of Training Camp Today

Photo Credit: Max Faulkner/ Star-Telegram It seems that the longer that practice takes place, the more injuries keep piling up and it’s only Tuesday which is not a good sign. Two of the biggest injuries from today occurred to Buffalo Bills RB LeSean McCoy and Dallas Cowboys G Zack Martin and both injuries occurred within a matter of minutes of each other which is even scarier. The first to report…

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2014 Rookies Set To Have Another Good Year

2014 Rookies Set To Have Another Good Year

Photo Credit: Jake Roth/USA TODAY Sports The 2014 NFL Draft Class was and still is full of talent. There were a few breakout players and some who had really good seasons as a rookie. However, there are some who will continue to be good into the 2015 season. Here are some 2014 rookies that I predict will end up having another successful season in the NFL. As a rookie, Packers safety Ha Ha…

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Cowboys Injuries Updates: August 20th

Cowboys Injuries Updates: August 20th, by shane_denney72

It has definitely been an interesting and entertaining week with the St. Louis Rams in town. And since the Cowboys had an off day yesterday, it’s an opportune time to update the Cowboys injuries they are dealing with as the team prepares to play the San Francisco 49ers on August 23rd.

The latest scare came when Zack Martin went to the ground on Tuesday with an apparent neck injury. It has since…

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First and 10: Dallas Cowboys preparing for San Francisco 49ers

First and 10: Dallas Cowboys preparing for San Francisco 49ers @TOFRecovery @GetRealFootball #CowboysNation #NFL

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By Matthew Postins

On behalf of Timothy O’Ferrall Recovery

The Dallas Cowboys are preparing for preseason game No.2 against the San Francisco 49ers on Sunday. In this edition of First-and-10 we break down what to watch as the game approaches.

You might scoff at all of the talk about field conditions at Levi’s Stadium canceling the matchup, but I’ve lived it. I covered a…

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Martin OK After Stinger, But Injuries Mount For Romo’s Line

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OXNARD, Calif. (AP) — Cowboys All-Pro guard Zack Martin says he’s OK after sustaining a neck stinger in practice earlier this week.

But it’s uncertain how many starting Dallas linemen will be available for a preseason game in San Francisco and that might influence quarterback Tony Romo’s playing time.

Martin was injured Tuesday in the second of two joint practices with St. Louis at training camp. The second-year player shouldn’t be out long.

The Cowboys are being cautious with left tackle Tyron Smith (right arm muscle strain), left guard Ron Leary (back) and right tackle Doug Free, who recently returned to practice after missing two weeks mostly to rest a sore foot and ankle.

If enough starters sit Sunday against the 49ers, Romo might join them.

“I think you certainly have to factor in what is going on with each player individually and figure out what the plan needs to be for that guy, and we certainly do that,” coach Jason Garrett said Thursday. “We’ll have a plan for those guys as to how much we want them to play or not play in a ballgame.”

The Cowboys showed how much the camp roster is in flux with their busiest day of transactions Thursday.

Dallas signed receivers Phil Bates and Edmond Gates and linebacker Dakorey Johnson while waiving running back Lache Seastrunk, receivers Reggie Dunn and Deontay Greenberry and cornerback Brandon Smith. The club also claimed cornerback Rod Sweeting off waivers from Buffalo.

While the Cowboys’ injury list has grown to more than 20 players in recent days, easily the scariest moment was Martin crumpling to the ground after throwing a block on a play in 11-on-11 work against the Rams.

Martin, the team’s first rookie All-Pro since running back Calvin Hill in 1969, said his head was too low for the block, and it was the first time he had experienced a stinger. He was on the ground for several minutes while the medical staff attended to him before he walked off the field on his own.

“Just a little scare but everything’s fine,” Martin said. “Burning and then it shoots down your arms. When I got back to the locker room I felt fine.”

Undrafted rookie La’el Collins, who was a projected first-round pick when his name surfaced in a police investigation over a woman’s death and he wasn’t cleared until after the draft, was already getting significant practice time because of Leary’s injury. Martin’s absence will put more focus on him.

“You can’t ever have enough good football players,” executive vice president of personnel Stephen Jones said. “You just never know where the injury bug’s going to bite. One thing I’m starting to like about this team is I do think we have some depth.”

But not enough to dismiss the idea of sitting Romo if most of his primary blockers skip the exhibition in San Francisco.

“Not going to be putting Tony in there with the wrong guys,” Jones said. “It definitely impacts you. It’s already started impacting. It impacts sometimes the periods you have in practice.”

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