FRISCO, Texas – Happy fourth and fifth, sixth and seventh for that matter.
Not very current football news is going on here, but many vacations and from the look of things here at Staren, I should have stretched my for the rest of this week.
But hey, somebody has to work, and as you know with the cowboys, there is always something that deserves worth getting shots Saying your sorry: Cowboys must have hoped for Ezekiel Elliott's meeting Tuesday with Commish Goodell over his Vegas event, which obviously did not stay in Vegas, all he did. You must say that he is sad and promises to do better. And he did on Twitter. So one day later, the NFL released a serious breach of personal behavior policy. And if you look at the incident, it wasn't really much, since the security guard caused the subsequent flop, was worth the World Cup if you know what I mean. The flesh of his apologetic Tweet was this: "I have worked hard to make better decisions and to live up to the high standards expected of me. I have failed to do this and I made a bad decision." I have said before, Zeke just needs to remember all the time that he is Zeke Elliott, not Pete Elliott. There are a million bullets ̵
· Jerry Sez: It seemed to this view that when Cowboy's owner Jerry Jones was asked about Zeke's incident, he said he did not foresee any punishment coming down from the NFL. Well, that was not my memory, so went back to listening to the press conference Jerry held after Dr Pepper's ceremonial dirt-turning on the latest edition for The Star complex. To the post here was the question: You've been very supportive of Zeke Elliott's time, up and down, your reflection on his Vegas video? "Well, I think the most important thing is that I can't see anything that we need to support. As for his status with us, it has not been affected in any way. I know how conscientious he has been in the offseason and that is good enough. No, I do not see any consequences for us. "I interpreted to us which does not affect any potential contract negotiations . And then asked if the NFL could do some kind of punishment, Jerry said, "I think he has had a great offseason, a good season last year, and I think it will speak for itself So I think his total career at this time has been in a really positive place. " Whatever Jerry had the pulse of the situation, the NFL's release ultimately said: "Commissioner Goodell stated that there was no violation of the personal behavior policy, and no further action is warranted."
· Not Wright: ] Sure hated to see former Cowboy's quarterback Anthony Wright shot in Concord, NC but recovered in steady state on Monday after having suffered several shots during a national dispute . An on-site testimony told police Wright was engaged in an oral dispute with his boyfriend's ex-boyfriend who began as ex William Hooker Jr. Turned out to get rid of her daughter. One warrant was for the arrest of Hooker. Wright spent two seasons with Dallas (2000-01), which started two games in 2000 and three in 2001 during the Cowboy's quarterback roulette season. Frankly, Wright was the best of the four starters, but was tracked after his final start and needed arthroscopic knee surgery. He continued to play two seasons with Baltimore, one with Cincinnati and two with the Giants, where he was a member of New York's Super Bowl Championship team before spending the second year on IR.
· CBA Yea: Any news about the NFL and NFLPA scheduled discusses this early on a new collective agreement to be hammered out after the 2020 season is encouraging news. Because with the number of major issues that will be on the table, it would probably not be surprising if there were to be a work top in the 2021 season, talks should pull into the 11th. The early meeting takes place on May 17-19. July, and here we hope this is a peaceful precursor, because we all remember what happened in 2011, when the lock came right up to the training camp's start before there was an agreement. For me, players' biggest problems with the NFL will be marijuana tests and rules; the commissioner's authority potential 18-game seasons; guaranteed contracts and ongoing health care. The Zeke suspension in 2017 opened many eyes in lockers around the league.
· Look at me: In a recent interview with Wisconsin State Journal Wisconsin State Journal Cowboy's new broad receiver Randall Cobb was asked what his response will be this coming season when Cowboys meet Packers (October 6), the team he has played for throughout his eight-year NFL career. Said cobb, "it's like ex-girlfriend who broke up with you. When you see her five years later, you hope you are in a better situation than you were before – married to children, and you can say," Yes, it I did better without you. "" We can probably do enough · Grand Finale Shots: Maybe be the holiday, but it was certain that they, like DeMarcus Lawrence and Byron Jones this week, are working on their rehab with Cowboys associate trainer Britt Brown … That Pro Football Hall of Fame Prez David Baker says to honor the NFL Centennial season, PFHOF is considering introducing 20 enshrine in the class of 2020 instead of the maximum eight certainly good news for those who have been sitting down for so many years. Discussions with the board are scheduled for August 2. If there are another 12, they must be the many overlooked seniors. As Baker says, "We have more guys who are on all decade teams who are not in the Hall of Fame. And then this is an opportunity with Centennial coming up." Maybe guys like Cowboy's security Cliff Harris and long time left Drew Pearson …